TTCP for Windows Embedded Compact. TTCP is a command-line sockets-based benchmarking tool for measuring TCP and UDP performance between two systems. It was originally developed for the BSD operating system starting in 1984. This port is based on PCAUSA's
The original TTCP Utility and the Winsock port "PCATTCP", that this Windows Embedded Compact port is based on is released as "Public Domain". This project, however, is released under the MIT License. The sole reason for this is the simple
fact that you must choose a license for Codeplex projects, and the MIT license is the closest thing possible to a "Public Domain" relase.