On Sat, Oct 25, 1997 at 06:33:51PM +0000, Martin.Bialasinski@uni-koeln.de wrote:
> On 24 Oct, Rob MacWilliams wrote:
> >>> On Fri, Oct 24, 1997 at 04:54:55PM -0500, Pete Harlan wrote:
> >>> > > Now my link seems to be slow - is there a possibility to watch the
> >>> > > throughput (like x.xx kb/s or sim.)?
> >>> >
> >>> > "pppstats" isn't perfect, but it does what you ask.
> >>> thank you, but where can I get it?
> > It's in the ppp source package. I think you will have to compile it yourself, but
> > that's the fun part :-)
> You could as welll use the one in /usr/sbin (at least for ppp 2.2.0f-26 it is there).
Thank you, I downgraded to 2.2 anyway, and someone sent me the binary, too.
I don't think it is included in ppp 2.3, though...
> Or you can use ncftp to get a big binary file from your isp's ftp-site.
> It will show you the kB/sec at the end.
This is how I done it at last...
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