Replicating slow latency on Linux
While demonstrating surveillance software, Tom had to replicate a slow network that was being used in a VDI environment. That’s how he did it.
I recently discovered that in order to demonstrate surveillance software, I had to replicate a slow network that was being used in a VDI environment. Using Linux Traffic Control (tc) Command, which can be found on most modern Linux systems, I was able to do this without any problems. I’ve used it on a virtual machine (VM) but I’ve also used it on physical systems with the same results.
In two previous articles, I showed you how I did Ubuntu installed on older devices and on a virtual machine (VM), and then how I installed the VMware Horizon Client on it and was able to establish a connection to a Horizon desktop with it. I chose to focus on this topic as I have found that, due to the current chip scarcity, many people …