OWAMP is a command line client application and a policy daemon used to determine one way latencies between hosts. It is an implementation of the OWAMP protocol as defined by RFC4656.
The owping client is used to request a measurement session. The owping parameters allow the user to select the send schedule, direction of the test (and peer), as well as the packet size. The owping application contacts an owampd process on the peer system to request the specific one-way measurement session. owampd is responsible for implementing the policy restrictions imposed by the system administrator on that system.
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