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Determine how many (max) connections are allowed by the server programmatically Wininet

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Hi.
Can some body help me, how can  I determine how many (max) connections are allowed by the server programmatically. I use wininet library.
I don't want use components .  
I want  download one file whit max connections from one server

a=MaxConnectons("http://www.experts-exchange.com/")

ex.  http://www.experts-exchange.com/  (8 connections)...

please give me code in c++ or delphi

Thank you

Nikola
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Just keep on connecting until you can connect no more. Threads would be a good plan.
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