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I'm using Delphi, and want to code a program to get the internet speed, i.e in KiloBytes/second (KB/s), received and sent both.
I' want to update the label controls with the speed. So any expert can help in this regard!

or how to retrieve the total bytes sent or received since the connection was made to the net!

Thanks in adv.

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Question by:laserayaneh
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Hi,

Take a look at IPHlpAPI -> ftp://delphi-jedi.org/api/IPHlpAPI.zip, especially at the IFtables.

Markus
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Are you using any components to access the net such as indy or are you using raw wininet
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