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site statistics That will detect a users bandwidth

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I am looking for a thing that I can put on my server that will be alll around site statistics but the main thing that I am looking for is one that tells me the bandwidth of the users that are accessing my website.  Cause we want to use that to log how many dial up verses broadband we have hitting the site.  That way we can tell if it will be worth it to use flash on the site or not.  So if you know of any thing that will log that could you please let me know.  Another great option would be if it could also tell me what version of flash and how many of the users are using flash too.

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What you are looking for is a log file interpreter.

http://awstats.sourceforge.net/

That is a very good interpreter that has bandwidth usage statistics. Awstats uses apache logs for sure, and quite a few others if i am correct.
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Well you didn't really answer my question cause What I was really looking for is something that will track the speed of the bandwidth that the user has.  Thanks Any Way


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