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How to measure Internet Connection Speed

Please help me to find out byte transfer rate of an Internet Connection using Active server Pages.Any answer will be appreciated.
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DeepthiJoseph
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DeepthiJoseph
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webwomanCommented:
You can't. It's not a static number, and you have no way to get it.
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brunoCommented:
I'm pretty sure there is a way, because i know for streaming media, the server can automatically detect your connection speed and stream you the right file.


BRUNO
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mgfranzCommented:
Maybe this will help;<HTML>
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     }
if (downloadtime == 0)
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     {
      nextsize     = 50;
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linespeed     = kbytes_of_data/downloadtime;
kbps          = (Math.round((linespeed*8)*10*1.02))/10;
kbytes_sec    = (Math.round((kbytes_of_data*10)/downloadtime))/10;
dltime_add10  = Math.round((kbytes_of_data*1.15)/kbytes_sec);
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<TR ALIGN=center><TD COLSPAN=2><FONT SIZE=4><B>[ Your line speed ]<B></FONT></TD></TR>
<TR ALIGN=right>
<TD>Download start time: </TD><TD ALIGN=left><B><script><!--
document.write(starttime); //--></script></B></TD></TR>
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<TD>Download end time:</TD><TD ALIGN=left><B><script><!--
document.write(endtime); //--></script></B></TD></TR>
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<TD>Download time: </TD><TD ALIGN=left><B><script><!--
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<TD>Throughput in Kilobits per Second: </TD><TD ALIGN=left><B><script><!--
document.write(kbps); //--></script></B></TD></TR>
<TR ALIGN=right>
<TD>Throughput in Kilobytes per Second: </TD><TD ALIGN=left><B><script><!--
document.write(kbytes_sec); //--></script></B></TD></TR>
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</BODY>
</HTML>


There are a bunch of testing utilities available, I like this one too; http://www.verdeonline.com/speedtest.asp

Here is a list of all the good ones; http://economics.wustl.edu/computing/Bandwidth.htm
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