Once you have set up Mesh Delivery for Enterprise and configured it as per your needs, naturally you would want to see if it is working and how well it is performing. You'd also want to test any changes before deploying them to production. We have developed a suite of debugging tools to help you with this:
Network Troubleshooter is an integration diagnostic tool for Mesh Delivery for Enterprise. This tool checks if your network is already fully compatible and helps you optimize your network to leverage our solution.
The Network Troubleshooter is available at this address. An Electron App for Windows and Linux are also available.
1. Start the tool by clicking on
Start the test
2. Simulate a user and track progress on the right-hand side
You must click on
Simulate a User on the left-hand side. This button creates a new page used to test connectivity between browser pages.
3. Once the test is complete, you can download a PDF summary of the tests by clicking on
The summary contains a Mesh Delivery for Enterprise connectivity report, a screenshot of the test and detailed logs for the Lumen support team.
The connectivity report assigns a status to each diagnosis and has a corresponding color (Untested - Failed - Warning - Success).
Note: If your test produced warnings or failures, please send the summary to our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Lumen support representative will contact you to better understand the topology of your network, firewalls and other particularities and help you successfully deploy Mesh Delivery.
A Mesh Delivery graph can be added to and shown on any page that is running our technology. The graph provides you with information about how much of the stream is being provided via the CDN versus via Mesh Delivery (1). It also allows you to see the number of users you are connected to (2) and how many megabytes are uploaded from your device to other users (3). On the right-hand side, you can see an offload percentage, which corresponds to the percentage of data that has been sourced from the peer network (4). You can simulate new users locally for testing purposes by clicking on the "simulate a user" button (5).
Integrate the graph within your test page
To include the Mesh Delivery graph in your test page, add the following HTML code.
In the <head> tag
<head> <script src="//tools.streamroot.io/usage-graphs/stable/graphs.js"></script> </head>
In the <body> tag
<body> <div id="streamroot-graphs"></div> </body>
To activate the Mesh Delivery graph on any page, add a bookmarklet in your browser.
To add the bookmarklet in Chrome:
To display basic Mesh Delivery stats in your browser, copy paste the following snippet: