Internet Speed Test

lftp -e 'pget http://address_to_file; exit; '
Make sure the file you use in your test is > 50mb to get good results. Dependancies: sudo apt-get install lftp iperf
Sample Output
lftp -e 'pget; exit; '
725621514 bytes transferred in 143 seconds (4.84M/s)  

By: o0110o
2013-04-07 03:29:07

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