I'm got a video streaming application that runs fine in my office but fails miserably at the customer location. The symptom is that every couple of seconds, I stop receiving UDP packets for 2 seconds, then the stream resumes as if nothing is wrong.
I ran http://www.pingtest.net/ at the customer location and it came back excellent. No dropped packets and low latency. The only difference I noticed between our two locations is that
ping google.ca times-out at their location but works in mine.
How do I test whether the network I am on blocks incoming UDP packets? Is there a way for me to isolate who is dropping the packets?