Docker Speedtest

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  2. Docker Speedtest Download
  3. Docker Speedtest Tracker
  4. Adolfintel Speedtest
  5. Grafana Speedtest
  6. Docker Test

Host your own Internal speedtest using openspeedtest with Docker on Ubuntu 20.04. In this guide I will be showing you how you can setup your own speedtest website. The idea of this is to have our own website which allows us to test our connection speed to it although you could open it up and access it from the internet. Once prometheusspeedtest has been started, with either Docker or PyPi, Speedtests can be instrumented with cURL.

  • A docker version of the speedtest is available on docker hub. Android app A template to build an Android client for your LibreSpeed installation is available here.
  • Internet Speedtest with Docker Run Ookla's speedtest CLI to regularly test your local internet connection from a Docker ARMv7 compatible container. The results of the speed test are intended to be forwarded to an InfluxDB and visualized in a Chronograf dashboard. This project is inspired and based on thinkonezero/docker-speedtest.


We will break this tutorial into two pieces. The first part implements a Cloud Formation script which builds a pre-configured VPC with an NFN gateway and a SpeedTest payload server. The VPC and associated components will be created by the Cloud Formation script. This is called the “Remote side” and should be located in a distant region.

The second part will include setting up a single AWS Linux AMI in a “working” VPC in a nearby region. This instance provides the web front end to access the remote payload server. Your VPC must be active and have all the components including: Internet Gateway, active subnet, route table with subnet association, security group & ssh keys. You may also implement this host in other Cloud providers or on premise, however the example uses AWS with User Data parameter{s}. This is called the “App” side.

For the NFN prebuilt webserver:

a. From the NetFoundry Console left-hand navigation, select GATEWAYS.

b. In the upper right, click the + sign to add a gateway.

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c. Select the “Create an AWS Gateway” option

d. Give your gateway a name (ex: gwDemo)

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e. From the dropdown menu, select the region in which you plan to launch the AWS gateway. Hit the “Create” button.

f. Click on your Gateway Registration Key (this will copy it to your clipboard).

g. Hit Esc icon in upper right to close the window

Docker Speedtest Tracker

Monitor your internet speed with, Grafana, Telegraf, InfluxDB and Docker.


Adolfintel Speedtest

All source code is available on GitHub

After running

Grafana Speedtest

Docker starts the following services

Docker Test

  • influxdb
    • store for our speed test results
  • speedtester
    • schedules a cron job for running a speed test using the cli every five minutes and appends the results to a csv file
    • you can change the specified server and interval in the corresponding Dockerfile.
  • telegraf
    • reads the tail of the csv file with the results and sends them to influxdb
  • grafana
    • visualises our results on a simple preconfigured dashboard
    • default credentials are admin:admin