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Old 07-08-2005, 04:11 PM   #1
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i'm using wvdial to dial up my ISP and it works fine. i've never used it before today (always used kppp) and i'm used to seeing my connection speed in kppp (48000, 50600, etc). is there a file or command that will tell me this? if not, is there a script somewhere that will do the job?
 
Old 07-08-2005, 07:21 PM   #2
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"i'm using wvdial to dial up my ISP and it works fine. i've never used it before today (always used kppp) and i'm used to seeing my connection speed in kppp (48000, 50600, etc). is there a file or command that will tell me this? if not, is there a script somewhere that will do the job?"

wvdial always tells me the connect speed after the two modems go through the hand shaking protocol. wvdial puts out a message:
CONNECT sssss V42bis
where sssss is the connect speed.

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