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Re: tool for internet connection test

Hi Paul,

thanks for that. However, I'm looking for some real time monitoring
that could give me some concrete data which for example a can base my
complaint on. The problem is that the speed varies and is not
constantly slow as well as I'm not constantly disconnected from the
internet. Here are my stats:


thanks again


On Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 10:26 PM, Paul Cartwright <debian@pcartwright.com> wrote:
> On 02/04/2011 06:17 AM, Lubos Rendek wrote:
>> I'm having a real problems with my internet provider. I have plenty of
>> disconnection and slow internet connection. However, my internet
>> provider claims that everything is OK. Does Debian have some tool
>> which can be run overnight or so to check for internet speed and/or
>> count number of disconnection. All I can think of at the moment is
>> "ping -c n" which gives me packet loss. Is there some tool dedicated
>> for this purpose
> I just had a problem with my connection. Well actually I upgraded to 6Mb
> service & thought I wasn't getting 6mb. So my ISP pointed me to this test:
> http://speedtest.net
> and I saw I was getting 6.42Mb up and .42Mb down ..
> --
> Paul Cartwright


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