## Random Number Server

RNS (random number servers) generate true random numbers unsing at high data rates using physical random processes

IP | 88.217.181.242 |
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Server port | 4224 (default) |

Generation rate | 50 kBit/s |

Source type | Transistor diode pn-junction thermal noise amlifier with close loop controlled probability justifictaion. Unbiased output using Von Neumann method. |

Status | offline |

### Rating

> rnsget 10.1.1.9 -b -n 100000 | ent Entropy = 7.988830 bits per byte. Optimum compression would reduce the size of this 100430 byte file by 0 percent. Chi square distribution for 100430 samples is 1646.94, and randomly would exceed this value less than 0.01 percent of the times. Arithmetic mean value of data bytes is 125.2881 (127.5 = random). Monte Carlo value for Pi is 3.209463496 (error 2.16 percent). Serial correlation coefficient is 0.010609 (totally uncorrelated = 0.0).

### Tools

Free tools tools to access the server are:

- The command line tool rnsget to download random numbers fom a RNS-Server
- Driver for Linux to map the random number server to /dev/random provideing good quality random numbers for all linux applications
- RNBS is a random number proxy for Linux to provide random numbers for local networks
- rnsOctave is a warper for the command rand() for Octave
- rnsMatlab is a warper for the command rand() for Matlab

Siehe auch rnsget

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