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Old 10-05-2005, 11:24 AM   #1
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How to get the dial up connection speed through system-control-network in FC4

Hi all,

As you can see in my profile, I am using FC4 with Gnome as the default DE.
So I use the "system-control-network" tool for internet connection.
But this software don't tell me the connection speed.
kppp work for me but the connection creat by kppp doesn't work on Gnome.
I don't know why this happen but it force me to use "system-control-network"
So do you know any way to obtain the connection speed.
Can pppd tell me that speed??
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