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       gnunet-transport - measure and control the transport subsystem


       gnunet-transport [OPTIONS]


       gnunet-transport  is  a  tool  to access various functions of GNUnet's transport subsystem
       from the command-line.  Most of these  are  not  expected  to  be  useful  for  end-users.
       gnunet-transport  can  be used to evaluate the performance of the transports, force a peer
       to connect to another peer (if possible).  Other functions should be  added  in  the  near

       -b, --benchmark
              measure  how  fast we are receiving data (from all connections).  On exit, the data
              rate will be reported.  Runs until aborted with CTRL-C.

       -c FILENAME, --config=FILENAME
              configuration file to use

       -C PEER, --connect=PEER
              peer to connect to (and to use for sending if used in conjunction with -s)

       -h, --help
              print help page

       -i, --information
              print information about our current connections (once)

       -m, --monitor
              print information about our current connections (continuously)

       -L LOGLEVEL, --loglevel=LOGLEVEL
              Change the loglevel.  Possible values for LOGLEVEL are  ERROR,  WARNING,  INFO  and

       -s, --send
              transmit  (dummy)  traffic as quickly as possible to the peer specified with the -C
              option.  The rate will still be limited by the quota(s)  determined  by  the  peers
              (ATS  subsystem).   Will run until CTRL-C is pressed or until the connection to the
              other peer is disrupted.

       -t, --test
              test transport configuration.  With this flag, the tool will check if each  of  the
              configured  transport  plugins  has  a working address.  Plugins that do not have a
              listen port configured will be ignored.  The test is performed with the help of  an
              external server (by default running on which tries to contact the local
              machine.  The test can only work if the local GNUnet peer is not yet running.

       -v, --version
              print the version number

       -V, --verbose
              be verbose



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