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remotely monitor bandwidth

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

I need to remotely monitor bandwidth. . .

I would like the client to send the server a live update of its own bandwidth. . .

its been a long time since i played around with server/client scripts. . .

Um. . . if there is a simple way then please let me know. . .

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I need to remotely monitor bandwidth. . .

I would like the client to send the server a live update of its own bandwidth. . .

its been a long time since i played around with server/client scripts. . .

Need a side order of fries with that?

Seriously... Put some effort into doing some homework and making an attempt before waisting bandwidth.


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

i need an example function of how i would TCPsend $array

and a example function of how i would TCPrecv $array

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i need an example function of how i would TCPsend $array

and a example function of how i would TCPrecv $array

As I said... "homework" (In other words, search first)... I'm quite confident you're answer would be easily found here: http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...%2Bclient%2Btcp

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