Breathnach, Proinnsias (Dublin) wrote:
> Having removed one more obsticle to the complete removal of that other OS,
> in getting the software modem on my laptop running under linux, I've a
> question ...
>> is there any reliable way to calculate your connection speed if you don't
> trust what the modem reports ... I already have the modem reporting its own
> speed (46.4) last time I connected, but it didn't 'feel' like that ... more
> like about 38.4, so I'm looking for some basic tool to guage the connection
> speed ..
>> Any suggestions
>> (Mdk 9.0 + patches ...)
I think I asked this before and the answer (from Paul Kelly)
was you can't do this generically because the modem can
change speeds mid call (retrain). Also there is no standard
AT command to get the current speed IIRC. In summary windows
is (sometimes?) lying when it reports the connection speed?
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