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I'm looking for a method to obtain my provisioned ISP bandwidth via shell script.

To be clear, I'm not looking to do a speed test. My goal is the following:

1. Get my provisioned bandwidth (up/down)
2. Run a test to obtain the percentage of that bandwidth that my network is currently able to push/pull through

What I have tried:

curl -s <---only obtains my ISP name

Searched the net. Nothing found.
Updated 2-Apr-21 13:28pm

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The only way to get your bandwidth is a speed test. There is no information stored on your machine or any standard method on the internet to get your provisioned bandwidth.
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wifinut 2-Apr-21 19:56pm    
That's pretty much what I figured. Thanks!

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