Release Notes: A beta release of the Ostinato Python bindings is now available.
Release Notes: This minor release improves statistics for Linux, BSD, and OS X, and fixes several bugs.
Release Notes: Focused on performance, this release has improved maximum traffic generation rates (pps) up to 25 times on Linux and up to 60 times on Windows. The time taken to "apply" changes to stream(s) has been significantly reduced. A new "Interleaved Streams" transmission mode has been added. Support has been added for "Pkts/Sec" and "Bytes/Sec" rate stats on Linux, transmit rates of less than one pps, nanosecond resolution while calculating inter-packet gaps and display/configuration of port rate averaged/aggregated across all enabled streams on the port.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. "Save As PCAP" was fixed for Linux distributions where the file was being saved in Ostinato format rather than PCAP. A compilation problem with protobuf 2.4.0 was fixed.
Release Notes: Support has been added for PCAP file import/export. Other changes include support for jumbo frames (up to 16K), usability enhancements, and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Support has been added for all versions of the IGMP and MLD protocols. User defined content (hexdump) support was also added. Several bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Support was added for Save/Restore streams to/from disk.
Release Notes: The BSD and Mac OS X platforms are now supported. Newly supported protocols include IPv6, IP Tunneling (6over4, 4over6, 6over6, 4over4), ICMPv6, and Text (HTTP, SIP, NNTP, RTSP, etc.). The GUI, build framework, and documentation were improved. Bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This is the first public release.