Rugged Tooling today released a new version of Rugged deviation emulator (Rude). Most significant improvement with the version 2.13 is introduction of IP fragmentation. The smaller the IP packets are, the harder it is for the network element to handle them. Rude 2.13 brings real-world use case of fragmented traffic to the laboratory. The feature allows to target fragmentation to certain traffic only, e.g. based on IP address, and ensure that other parts of the network remain intact. There is no more need for manual configuration routines on the test network. This feature is the first step towards a full automated testing on fragmented packet traffic. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.