Widget Results

Learn more about the results that each widget presents to the user and some of the things to watch out for when viewing them.

  • CALL QUALITY: What we measure

    The Call Quality Widget tests for the actual session quality when connecting a WebRTC session with the service being tested. Data we collect and share MOS Score Mean Opinion Score. A value between 1-5 indicating a subjecti...

  • TURN CONNECTIVITY: What we measure

    TURN connectivity ensures that communication can still occur even when direct connections are blocked or not possible due to network configurations. The results in the widget indicate the time it takes a connection to be esta...

  • VIDEO BANDWIDTH: What we measure

    The Video Bandwidth Widget tests the video throughput bandwidth estimation of WebRTC. This can be used to understand how much UDP traffic WebRTC believes it can use for a video session. This test connects a WebRTC peer con...

  • VIDEO P2P: What we measure

    The Video P2P Widget tests the video throughput and quality in a WebRTC peer-to-peer call. This can be used to understand both incoming and outgoing video traffic. This test connects a WebRTC peer connection from the user’s machin...

  • VIDEO QUALITY: What we measure

    The Video Quality Widget test the video throughput in WebRTC when connecting to a media server. The media server being connected to depends on the infrastructure used. This can be used to understand the connectivity and quali...

  • THROUGHPUT: What we measure

    This test provides a general indication of the number of sessions the network can support. Throughput is a measure of how much data a network can process in a given amount of time. It's also a measure of how quickly a network...

  • LOCATION: What we measure

    The Location Widget looks for the geolocation of the user. It does that by making use of the public IP address the browser is using. Data we collect and share IP The public IP address of the browser conducting the test. Th...

  • BANDWIDTH SPEED: What we measure

    Bandwidth is the maximum amount of data that can be transferred over a network or internet connection in a given amount of time. The Bandwidth Speed Widget runs an HTTPS speed test from the user’s device to your data center l...

  • DNS LOOKUP: What we measure

    DNS Lookup tests the reachability and connectivity to a list of HTTPS or WSS addresses. What is DNS Lookup? Think of DNS lookup as the Internet’s address book. When you type a website's name, like for example www.face...

  • DEVICE STATE: What we measure

    The Device State Widget shows information collected by other tests, placing it all in a convenient location. Data we collect and share Audio Indicates if an audio device (microphone) was allowed access ...

  • PING: What we measure

    The Ping Widget is in charge of checking HTTP ping round trip time to various locations, finding out the closest viable data center. This test gives a general indication to the distance between the user’s location and the ...