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Downloadin files locally between client and server and record the timings of the download

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Hi All
I need help regarding the bash scripting in Linux.
Basically,i have installed two gentoo operated systems which were connected with internet.I have used VMware(virtual machine) software and installed two gentoo operated environments in that.So,it can be assumed as two systems with internet.But,i have to download files from system1 to system2.
Initally i have opened www.google.com in windows environment in IE.saved the webpage as file<save as<
then it would be saved as a folder contains the google.htm and another file with .gif as extension.Then i have copied the files from the windows environment to the Linux environment(System-1) using the WINSCP software.Later all i have to do is download the files .gif and google.htm from the system1 to system2 locally using a script and wget.Later i have to record the timings of the downloading speed in another script.so,can you help me with the Bash script,please

Thanks and regards
chris
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wget http://url.of.the.file -o logfile.txt

You can see the download speed inside the logfile.txt.

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Thanks for the reply.This is not i am actually looking for.But anyway i have got the procedure
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