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    Hi Guys

    Would any of you networking guru's know of a proggy that when installed and run can display the speed of the data transfer on a 100Mbps ethernet network in the form of KB/s or MB/s?

    Thanx in advance guys.... :thumb:
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    100mbit network runs at 10megbyte.but becuase networks don't really run as fast as they say they run its really only running at 7 or 8megabyte. But I don't know of a program.

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    that sisoft sandra or something like that its a benchmarking tool for basically everthing

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    analogx netstat live

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    Yes they have a lot of handy programs there. :)

    The best thing as working well is that they're free. :thumb:


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    I found a neat little proggy by the name of DU Meter which I'm using at the moment which also ain't bad.

    You guys should have a go and see what you think about it.... :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReSpAwN DeMoN
    100mbit network runs at 10megbyte.but becuase networks don't really run as fast as they say they run its really only running at 7 or 8megabyte. But I don't know of a program.
    You are so right, ReSpAwN mate.

    I always thought that by running a 100Mbps network enabled speeds of a maximum of 12.5MB/sec as that what 100Mbps works out to be, correct?

    After transering a 400MB back and forth I found I could only send and receive data at a max of 6 to 7MB but I do know that there are other things to take into account for example, system hardware performance.
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