I have some questions regarding dialup connections:
1. How can I check the real and actual connection speeds of a dialup user ?
2. Would it be possible to check how much bandwidth that a certain dialup user is using. Say for example, we have a 128k leased line connection offering dialup services. Can I check the bandwidth being used by 1 dialup user ?
3. How can I check the factors that are affecting a dialup connection ?
4. Is there some sort of a guideline that will be used in testing dialup connections ? Or should I say, what is the effective way of testing a dialup connection ? What are the parameters that should be taken into consideration ?
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