Does anyone know how to find out what speed I'm connecting at thru
my modem using pppd?
Try out the pppdial package from linux.ucs.indiana.edu:/pub/linux/ppp
It reports the speed at which you are connecting. (might need some
tweaking, since it is designed for the IU dialup system).
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I have bought a motherboard ( Elite, P6-SET ML) recently and assembled a
computer, the motherboard is All in one, it includes Graphic , Sound ,
Modem(56K) and networking, using Pentium II 400, 64 MB of RAM, ( the
graphic card uses 8MB of the RAM of the Computer), 13GB of HD, running
Every thing is working fine except modem connection speed, when I
connect to the
Internet the Throughput speed is maximum of 33 kpbs, ( most of the time
18k- 28K) I have another computer (PII 266), with 56K ISA US Robotic
modem, and most of the time the connection speed is 115kpbs, I don't
know what I did wrong , I have already changed the motherboard but the
result is the same, I have e-mailed the problem to the technical support
on their web site ( http://www.ecs.com.tw/) but no answer yet.
To mention that I have a friend who has the same model motherboard (he
bought it few months earlier), same CPU, except he put more RAM on his
96MB), and has connection speed of 115kpbs, I even tried my computer in
his place using his ISP but the result is same, I just can not figure it
out, what is wrong.
To mention that he has lots of applications in his computer and I have
only Win 98, and using MS internet Explorer as browser.
If you know what is wrong, please help me.
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