class byteblowerll.byteblower.LatencyDistribution(*args, **kwargs)

Receive-side packet processor which calculates distribution of latency on the incoming frames, matching a filter.

This latency distribution calculation is always active and starts processing frames as soon as it is created. Processing continues until the packet processor is destructed.

The transmit time stamp of a packet is obtained from a time tag in the frame. This tag is configured on the FrameTag.Tx, which can be obtained via :meth:.Frame.FrameTagTimeGet`.

..note:: The initial (empty) filter string accepts all incoming frames. See FilterSet() for filtering information.

A latency distribution object can be created via a ByteBlowerPort, using ByteBlowerPort.RxLatencyDistributionAdd()

This packet processor processes frames received on the ByteBlower interface where its parent ByteBlowerPort is located.


Receive all frames on “trunk-1-45” of some server, matching UDP source or destination port 49523.

from byteblowerll.byteblower import ByteBlower
server = ByteBlower.ServerAdd('')
__init__(*args, **kwargs)


DescriptionGet(*args) Gets a textual description for the current object
FilterGet() Returns the current installed BPF filter string.
FilterSet(inFilter) Sets a BPF filter on a RX object.
FrameTagSet(fromFrameTagTx) Configure the FrameTagRx to match the given FrameTagTx.
ParentGet() Returns the parent object.
RangeGet() Returns the current configured range for the latency distribution.
RangeSet(rangeStartNs, rangeEndNs) Configures the range for which the Latency Distribution will measure the latency and create a distribution.
Refresh() Retrieves the latest data from the server for this object.
ResultClear() Resets the counter values to zero.
ResultGet() Returns the current result counters.
ResultHistoryGet() Returns the current result counters.
__init__(*args, **kwargs)