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PPPStatus

PPPstatus is a console-based utility for displaying the status of a PPP link, including connection verification, connecting time, costs calculation, top speed, e-mail check, ip address, graphical statitics, TX and RX leds, interface selection, and more.

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  •  13 Jun 2001 06:11

    Release Notes: Graphical Statistics is fully calibrated.

    •  01 Mar 2001 03:49

      Release Notes: A memory leak was fixed.

      •  07 Jan 2001 14:36

        Release Notes: The high CPU usage bug has been fixed . The costs calculator is now done, and the graphics code has been optimized (low memory usage). 64k, 128k and 256k connection support has been added, as well as a new flag (--costs).

        •  26 Sep 2000 21:00

          Release Notes: ADSL support speed, new flags (--bytes, --packets, --errors, --time, --ipaddress) for PPP over ethernet, fixes for mistakes on spelling and a bug in the -i (interface) flag, and moving of cfg files to other paths.

          •  18 Jun 2000 09:19

            Release Notes: New theme (change pppstatus colors). Key to redraw the screen and Top Speed information.

            Recent comments

            28 Feb 2001 18:59 johnpetrucci

            Re: Possible implementation on PPPStatus?
            Yes... There is a version of PPPStatus for ethernet called EthStatus, but isn't annouced yet. If you send an e-mail for me, I send it to you.

            18 Jun 2000 06:28 chuckmcdonald

            Possible implementation on PPPStatus?
            I know the name PPPStatus is specific to a given cause, but
            could the idea of "ethernet" be implemented towards this?
            It would probably be a nice addition, but not sure how well
            that would go with "PPPStatus" though.

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