Show Ethernet Throughput ?
February 6, 2003 12:09PM
edited January 2014
Is there any way on OSX (or is there a 3rd party app) that will display the thoughput of my ethernet.
I have a Broaband Router and like to quickly (and roughly) see what sort of speeds i am getting.
Reply 1 of 8
February 6, 2003 12:16PM
Try <a href="
I just recently gave a brief explanation <a href="
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Reply 2 of 8
February 6, 2003 1:20PM
I looked in the Genius Bar before posting as well.
Reply 3 of 8
February 7, 2003 8:49AM
I second NetMonitor above all the others capable of it.
Reply 4 of 8
February 7, 2003 11:47AM
I like Menumeters.. an app witch shows many parameters in the menu. Very slick!
Reply 5 of 8
February 7, 2003 12:06PM
I too like menumeters. However, the network monitor graph it gives you is not as customizable as NetMonitor. However, the upside is that the menu bar displays can be dragged and arranged just like the usual menu items. Also, the other indicators (for CPU, memory, and disk activity) all give you some helpful info at a click. I just installed v O.6 and its very nice.
Reply 6 of 8
February 7, 2003 2:41PM
; target="_blank">iPulse</a> is my favorite. It displays much more than the network throughput.
Reply 7 of 8
February 7, 2003 3:15PM
[quote]Originally posted by Defiant:
; target="_blank">iPulse</a> is my favorite. It displays much more than the network throughput.</strong><hr></blockquote>
iPulse is neat, but if you need a legend/key to decipher a 'glance at' type app, it's not doing its job.
Reply 8 of 8
February 7, 2003 3:40PM
you don't need to. it just takes a while until you get accustomed to it. then you're ****ing fast. so to speak.