*** For Advanced users ***
I created a small Python script that has to run on a router or a NAS (or a PC!) that will test the Ping/DL/UL speed of the Internet connection, based on the popular Speedtest.net site.
Code from speedtest.py is (c) of Matt Martz, I reused that script and linked to the Lametric framework.
as I am pretty new to this Lametric stuff, not sure if it will work for everybody as it does for me.
Look for the DLSpeed app here in the catalog and install it on Lametric. Get the 2 Python script attached. Change your Token and mypath in the routerdata.py script to reflect your data (please use the support/forum to understand what and why) and then place them in your device to be scheduled. You can try running routerdata.py directly too.
** YOU NEED PYTHON 2.7 INSTALED ON THE DEVICE (PC-NAS-ROUTER) TO MAKE IT WORK **
I wish someone a bit more experienced can take it to the next (easier) level.
I have successfully gotten this to work. The problem is that the python script will need to be updated for new versions of python3 and the test must be initiated from the local network. It does work with some simple modifications and works fairly well.