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Thread: CloudFront's 1000 Mbps limit: How to test it?

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    Default CloudFront's 1000 Mbps limit: How to test it?

    I have set up Wowza as an HTTP caching origin for CloudFront as outlined in How to integrate your Wowza EC2 instance with CloudFront.

    I'm interested in testing how many concurrent 1 Mbps connections CloudFront can handle. According to their documentation it should be 1000 equalling 1,000 megabits per second:

    1000 simultaneous connections to a 1 Mbps stream == 1000 Mbps
    Is there a way to simulate a large amount of HTTP connections?

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    Hi,
    There are some suggestions here.
    but you wont be able to use the RTMP testing tool with cloudfront, the other suggestions made there may be viable though.

    Daren

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