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Testing "real world" two tier apps..

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I have some Windows Forms software that I'm developing that uses a remote
server (called using remoting) to provide the business rules and dataaccess.

For development purposes the client and server portions are both running on
my PC. I was wondering if there was some way that for "real world"
performance, I could somehow "throttle" the tcp/ip stack so that calls to
localhost had some lag to represent the latency/bandwidth of a real
network - I want to replicate bandwidths from 28kb/s up to 100mbit/s.

I don't however want to throttle my external network connection!! The
internet is sometimes slow enough as it is without throttling it further!

Does anybody know any product that might do the trick?

Regards
Nov 20 '05 #1
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