About Open Nettest

Open Nettest is an open-source platform, which measures the Internet connection with a strong focus on quality and reliability. Besides usual indicators like upload and download speed, Nettest performs over 70 unique tests aimed to assess the quality of connection and net neutrality. With more than 80 parameters measured, Nettest is probably the most holistic measurement tool available in the market. Nettest is currently being used by several European regulators. It is vendor-independent, based on crowd-sourcing, open sourced and able to output anonymised open data.

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Infrastructure

To run the MoQoS Open Nettest we aim to setup several server groups with dedicated functionality. One server group can consist of a single server or several servers depending on the performance demand. We are able to scale up the servers as need in order to provide consistent quality service as proposed in this document. All server groups except of the test server group can also be set up virtually.

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Android Client

Mobile Client – Android

Start Page

On the start page, end-users can see several information. On the top, there is a graphic symbolising the connection method (mobile, WiFi), the signal strength and the name of the operator respectively the WiFi-SSID. Below that, you can find information about the actual usage of the CPU and of the memory, the actual background-traffic, the usage of IPv4 or IPv6 and the according IP-addresses, as well as the location. Below that, there is a button to start a new measurement.

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iOS Client

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Start Page

On the start page, end-users can see several information. On the top, there is a graphic symbolising the connection method (mobile, WiFi) and the name of the operator respectively the WiFi-SSID. Below that, you can find information about the actual usage of the CPU and of the memory, the actual background-traffic, the usage of IPv4 or IPv6 and the according IP-addresses, as well as the location.
Below that, there is a button to start a new measurement.

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