Not personally, no.
However, I have had some success slowing down to around modem speeds by doing a couple of things...
setting up one of my servers to allow dial in connections and surfing through it
I've also done it through slow porxys. I've been able to find a couple in the past that were fairly slow. There are sites where you can go test your connection speed, and some foreign proxys (becuase of their distance from me, and their country's inernet structure I'm guessing) I've had pretty consistant 60-75kbs connections. That's as close to dial up on broadband as I could get.
Hi shady. What I do is stick the files on a floppy and view them there. Quick and dirty.
- Mike T.
There is WebSpeed Simulator. It's MS Win only.
It does cost but you can try it for free from www.xat.com/wo/
take your ethernet cable and crimp it tightly so you get a sharp bend in it.
This slows down the connection because the digital 0's can get through, but the 1's get stuck.
you can vary the speed by how tightly you bind the cable.
|This slows down the connection because the digital 0's can get through, but the 1's get stuck. |
Actually, you've got that the wrong way round - the 1's get through OK, it's the 0's which get stuck, because they are fatter than the sleeker, slimline 1's.
You could also try this free proxy script written in Java:
When I crimped my cable it fell into two pieces. Since this happened, my connection is very very slow.
Thanks a lot! ;-)
|When I crimped my cable it fell into two pieces. Since this happened, my connection is very very slow. |
Thanks Shady that Made my Day.
*laughing* Bless you my child! Made my day too!
Nice of you to worry about those of us still stuck with dialup. I for one appreciate the thoughtfulness....
Shady, consider signing up for a free dialup account and using it for testing. I think NetZero still has some kind of free deal for a limited number of hours per month. Or get a cheap dialup account for ten bucks a month or so. Or use one of those AOL disks that promises a gajillion free hours. ;)
Thanks encyclo, that Sloppy Download seems to have done the trick.
wow! Sloppy works way better than crimping the cable.
don't yank that link oilman!
I never thought I would be happy to have a slow connection.