Re: tool for internet connection test
sounds good. I'll try that too. I have Vigor 2710 ADSL/ router. This
router has some log collect facility with an external PC using a
Draytek's software which is apparently for a MS windows only. Your
solution may provide an alternative to it.
On Sat, Feb 5, 2011 at 11:44 AM, Kristjan Onu <email@example.com> wrote:
>> If your service is an ADSL one, first check to see what the line sync
>> figures are, then look at the downstream attenuation figure.
> I'm able to log downstream attenuation from my DSL modem with collectd.
> Sync rates could likewise be logged. This is straightforward as long as the
> modem provides this data over SNMP. My modem is a Netopia 3341.
>  http://collectd.org/
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