> Thanks for the link. However, I'm looking for actual times from a user. > For example, the user may have a cable connection, but may only be able to > download at 15kb/s one time, but 40kb/s another. I need to keep track of it. Bryan, CNET Web services has a tool that will tell you what your approximate connection speed is. It's at: http://webservices.cnet.com/bandwidth You might wanna close all your other browser windows, FTP, instant messenger sessions, etc. if you want more accurate results HTH. Madhu <<< * >>> Madhu Menon Head - User Experience Group Trisoft Systems Pvt. Ltd. Global Software Services Work: http://www.trisoft.net Personal: http://madman.weblogs.com ------------------------DISCLAIMER--------------------------. The contents of this E-mail (including the contents of the enclosure/(s) or attachment/(s) if any) are privileged and confidential material of Trisoft Systems Private Limited and should not be disclosed to, used by or copied in any manner by anyone other than the intended addressee/(s). If this E-mail (including the enclosure/(s) or attachment/(s)if any ) has been received in error, please advise the sender immediately and delete it from your system. The views expressed in this E-mail message (including the enclosure/(s)or attachment/(s) if any) are those of the individual sender, except where the sender expressly, and with authority, states them to be the views of Trisoft Systems Private Limited.