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I need to display the connection statistics from command line like transmitted and received bytes.
I know RasDial in windows can connect and disconnect to any internet connection and I assume this method or other method may provide some connection statistics.
Any idea.
Help is appreciated.
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1. "netstat -e" after establishing and before hanging up. Calculate difference.

2. Set Modem loggin in modem porperties, and after hanging modem,
open Windows\Modem_..yourModemName.txt,
on the end of file there should be statistics.

Peter
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