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ipppstats



SYNOPSIS

       pppstats [ -v ] [ -r ] [ -c ] [ -i <secs> ] [ <unit#> ]


DESCRIPTION

       pppstats prints PPP-related statistics.

       The  -v flag causes pppstats to display additional statis­
       tics, such as the number of packets tossed (that is, which
       the VJ TCP header decompression code rejected).

       The  -r flag causes pppstats to display the overall packet
       compression rate.  The rate value is between 0 and 1, with
       0 meaning that the data is incompressible.

       The  -c  flag is used to specify an alternate display mode
       that shows packet compression statistics:  the  number  of
       packets  and  bytes uncompressed (that is, before compres­
       sion or after decompression), compressed, and  incompress­
       ible (packets which did not shrink on compression and were
       transmitted  uncompressed),  and  the  recent  compression
       rate.   This  rate  reflects the recent performance of the
       compression code rather than  the  overall  rate  achieved
       since compression was enabled.

       The -i flag is used to specify the interval between print­
       outs. The default is 5 seconds.

       <unit#> specifies which interface  to  use  for  gathering
       statistics.

isdn4k-utils-3.3            1997/10/26               IPPPSTATS(8)
  
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