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PowerShell get network adapter Speed


How to check network adapter speed installed on a computer using PowerShell?

Code snippet below will get the name of all the network adapter installed on a computer and also the speed.

To use the script on a remote computer supply the computer name and run the script with appropriate privileges to get the data on the remote computer.

#===========================

$computer_name="."
$Net_adapter=gwmi  -class Win32_NetworkAdapter -namespace "root\CIMV2" ` -computername $computer_name


foreach ($objItem in $Net_adapter) {

"Adapter is: " + $objItem.name + " -- " + "Adapter Speed is: " + [math]::truncate($objItem.speed/ 1MB) + " MB"

}

#===========================

Change the 1MB to 1GB if you need the output in GB.


Sample Output:

Adapter is: Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface -- Adapter Speed is: 0 MB
Adapter is: Microsoft ISATAP Adapter #3 -- Adapter Speed is: 0 MB
Adapter is: VMware Virtual Ethernet Adapter for VMnet1 -- Adapter Speed is: 95 MB
Adapter is: VMware Virtual Ethernet Adapter for VMnet8 -- Adapter Speed is: 95 MB
Adapter is: Microsoft ISATAP Adapter #4 -- Adapter Speed is: 0 MB
Adapter is: VirtualBox Host-Only Ethernet Adapter -- Adapter Speed is: 95 MB
Adapter is: Atheros AR9285 Wireless Network Adapter -- Adapter Speed is: 92 MB
Adapter is: Qualcomm Atheros AR8152 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller (NDIS 6.30) -- Adapter Speed is: 8796093022208 MB
Adapter is: Bluetooth Device (RFCOMM Protocol TDI) -- Adapter Speed is: 0 MB
Adapter is: Bluetooth Device (Personal Area Network) -- Adapter Speed is: 2 MB
Adapter is: Microsoft Hosted Network Virtual Adapter -- Adapter Speed is: 8796093022208 MB
Adapter is: Microsoft ISATAP Adapter -- Adapter Speed is: 0 MB
Adapter is: WAN Miniport (SSTP) -- Adapter Speed is: 0 MB



 Cheers..Hope it helps..



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