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The purpose of the list is to open the discussions for proposing a new specification for the automatic control of devices that generate and analyze traffic and/or emulate network protocols for the testing of a network or a specific network device. To perform either network or a network device specific testing, a tester will use a product to generate traffic, emulate routing protocols and emulate network end points, such as a network host or HTTP client. This product is referred to as a network testing device (NTD). The term network testing device should not be confused with the term device under test (DUT). In fact, the network testing device will most likely support the generation and analysis of traffic to validate the performance, scalability, etc of a device under test.
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