any soft for connection manager

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  1. krishnathelord

    krishnathelord New Member

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    please refer me some software which i can use it as manager for my internet connection
     
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    You question is not clear
     
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    you mean you want a dialer?
     
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    he wants a software to monitor his network connection ...
     
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    "connection manager" i think is one which sets up a connection allows redial if connection drops and maybe allows timed disconnections. All this is available in linux windows no idea. In linux use xppp and enjoy complet connection management
     
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    Hey DU meter is a 30 Day trial ... any free software for it? It's true that it's easier to find such a sw for linux.
     
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    you can try BW Meter...it records total upload & download data...and also displays speed...but then again its a trail one...
     
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