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Help! Logging Connections To Internet

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Hi All,

In my program, i am trying to log all connections to the internet(dialup
modem). I want my app to start logging the call as soon as the connection is
established(sort of how MSN Messenger automatically starts signing in when a
connection is started).

I need to gather the following information about each connection made...

1. Time connected
2. Connection Speed (kbps)
3. Time disconnected
4. Duration

Could somebody please explain how i could go about this, and how.

Kind Regards,
Jonathan
Nov 20 '05 #1
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* "Jonathan" <jo*********@earthlink.net> scripsit:
In my program, i am trying to log all connections to the internet(dialup
modem). I want my app to start logging the call as soon as the connection is
established(sort of how MSN Messenger automatically starts signing in when a
connection is started).

I need to gather the following information about each connection made...

1. Time connected
2. Connection Speed (kbps)
3. Time disconnected
4. Duration

Could somebody please explain how i could go about this, and how.


You will find appropriate VB6 sourcecode here (needs to be translated to
VB.NET):

<http://www.totalenviro.com/PlatformVB>

--
Herfried K. Wagner
MVP VB Classic, VB.NET
<http://www.mvps.org/dotnet>
Nov 20 '05 #2

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"Jonathan" <jo*********@earthlink.net> schrieb
In my program, i am trying to log all connections to the
internet(dialup modem). I want my app to start logging the call as
soon as the connection is established(sort of how MSN Messenger
automatically starts signing in when a connection is started).

I need to gather the following information about each connection
made...

1. Time connected
2. Connection Speed (kbps)
3. Time disconnected
4. Duration

Could somebody please explain how i could go about this, and how.


There is no built-in VB.NET command for this purpose. I'd probably ask in
one of the framework groups (microsoft.public.dotnet.framework[.*]), or in
one of the microsoft.public.win32.programmer.* groups.
--
Armin

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http://www.plig.net/nnq/nquote.html

Nov 20 '05 #3

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