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Posted on 1998-10-28
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I have just upgraded my modem. I installed a Phoebe 56K modem that is fax/data. It says on the box that it has a Rockwell chipset and is 56Kflex. Also it is V.90. I would like to know how to find out just how fast this modem is connected to the internet. I am running Windows98 and when I log on  I click the icon in the system tray and it says that I am logged on at 115,200 bps. I know that this is not correct but have been unable to find the correct speed. Could you point me in the right direction? Thanks
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Netmedic is an excellent utility for this.  You can download a 30 day trial from the following link.

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