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 File comments for:  Network » Misc » netspeedometer.lha

NetSpeedometer

Description: A network monitor and bandwidth meter
Download: netspeedometer.lha
Version: 53.5
Date: 11 Sep 2015
Category: network/misc
FileID: 9471
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Comment by: Severin (87.114.110.221)At: 19 Jan 2014, 18:46File version: 53.4
Just tried the new version and it's killing drag'n'drop in dopus5 when it polls the network.
 
 
Comment by: Massimiliano Scarano (31.27.172.50)At: 17 May 2013, 19:36File version: 53.3
The application makes use of the following speed units:
- KB/s, kilobytes/second, 1 kilobyte = 1024 bytes
- MB, megabytes, 1 MB = 1024 KB

Sorry, the user documentation actually wrongly says 1 kilobyte = 1024 bits
 
 
Comment by: Massimiliano Scarano (2.44.7.233)At: 17 May 2013, 18:37File version: 53.3
@MickJT
@Severin

As written in the user documentation, the application makes use of the following speed units:
- KB/s, kilobytes/second, 1 kilobyte = 1024 bits
- MB, megabytes, 1 MB = 1024 KB

This should be of help.
 
 
Comment by: MickJT (124.171.80.76)At: 17 May 2013, 13:57File version: 53.3
I think the confusion is between megabytes and megabits, with ISPs normally using the latter. 20mbit Cable/DSL would avoid the confusion, I think.
 
 
Comment by: Massimiliano Scarano (109.112.128.67)At: 17 May 2013, 08:50File version: 53.3
@Severin

The application works well and as designed!

The Connection rank field is calculated on the basis of the current Max download value, so 1604 KB/s approximately corresponds to / is ranked like a 2 MB Cable/DSL.
Internet service providers claim teorethical speeds which are not always possible.
 
 
Comment by: Severin (146.90.19.125)At: 16 May 2013, 12:16File version: 53.3
How are you working out the connection rate? It's coming out totally wrong here. It says:

Max download (KB/s) 1604
Max upload (KB/s) 25
Connection rank: 2 MB Cable/DSL

My connection is 20MB max, getting about 14.4MB

2MB would only give a max download of about 190KB/s.
 
 
Comment by: ddni (109.155.158.232)At: 17 Oct 2012, 18:43File version: 52.3
Awesome!
Ilike the new fade effect! Thanks.
 
 
Comment by: zzd10h (78.123.197.80)At: 29 Sep 2012, 17:05File version: 52.2
Very nice and good idea the max download/upload :)
 
 
Comment by: SinanG (95.8.142.153)At: 19 Apr 2012, 19:08File version: 52.0
Have you turning this to docky for AmiDock ? So it may show the status the network graphically in the dockbar ?
 
 
Comment by: BandiT (58.107.168.135)At: 17 Apr 2012, 06:24File version: 52.0
Thanks, very useful and works great.
 
 
Comment by: kas1e (81.9.23.166)At: 15 Apr 2012, 19:10File version: 52.0
Nice little app. All your apps always small, tiny, fast and cool. True hacking style :)
 
 

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