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Whats your internet speed?

Kaustubh G Sharma
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Jelle Klap wrote:LOL @ my results at work:



Second run, because I didn't really trust the result...



So much for feeling guilty about streaming internet radio 8 hours a day.


seriously ??


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Martin Vajsar
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Martin Vajsar wrote:I live in a new house which is connected by optics, and the provider offers 10, 25 and 100 Mbps plans. I could afford the 100 Mbps quite easily, but the truth is I would not utilize it. I haven't hit even the limits of the 10 Mbps plan yet.

Update: there's a new provider in the house, and he offers 100 Mbps plans cheaper than the original provider's 25/5 Mbps plan. So I've switched. The new provider is less reliable (I've never measured the full 100 Mbps with him, while I've always measured the nominal values with the previous one) and in particular has worse connection abroad, but my upload to the office server improved dramatically (on average, at least), which was most important to me.

This is the best result I've measured so far (slightly after midnight on a workday.... ):
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Martin Vajsar wrote:This is the best result I've measured so far (slightly after midnight on a workday.... ):

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Kaustubh G Sharma
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Kaustubh G Sharma wrote:
Jelle Klap wrote:LOL @ my results at work:



Second run, because I didn't really trust the result...



So much for feeling guilty about streaming internet radio 8 hours a day.


seriously ??


its like just thinking of website and voila its there on your screen.
Deepak Bala
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If looks could kill, you'd be lying on the floor...


Those numbers just made me weep


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Steve Luke
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Steve Luke wrote:I am just shy of 1Mb/s in both down and up at work - though the applet fails to finish the upload part. I am pretty sure I will be faster than that at home.




I pay for 25 up 25 down.


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cynthia brian
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I have checked out my broadband speed test at Scanmyspeed.com
My speed test results: Upload speed : 13.8 Mbps Download speed : 75.8 Mbps
Jeanne Boyarsky
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After upgrading from DSL to FIOS:



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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:After upgrading from DSL to FIOS


Just got this on my Fios link to my MacBook Pro (over WiFi for the last 40 feet)

margaret gillon
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My office is really bad. It is an old facility and we think the problem is internal ... Corporate won't rewire it. When we ( IT Department ) need to download anything big like a CD image we either do it at home or start the download on a spare machine and leave it alone for 2 - 3 hours.

I tested twice:

1)
Ping 92 ms
Download 0.39 mbps
Upload 1.15 mbps


2)
Ping 14ms
Download 0.42 mbps
Upload 0.95 mbps

Jan de Boer
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Complain, complain, complain.

My internet speed at home == 0 !!

Yes, it does not work, and I have no idea why. Will call the helpdesk again.
Ernest Friedman-Hill
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For some unknown reason, my download speed at home has gone to hyperdrive:



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Bear Bibeault
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/cries
Jesper de Jong
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Internet speed is ever improving, I've moved, I have a new Internet / TV / telephone provider.



Jesper de Jong wrote:
Mark Reyes wrote:I was wondering if there's a speed faster than this.

There are ISPs that offer 100 Mbit/s connections, or even faster. I guess it does cost the white out of your eyes, though (to literally translate a Danish expression... ).

And it doesn't cost the white out of your eyes anymore.


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Devaka Cooray
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This is what I get:



I wish I had Google Fiber

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Jesper de Jong
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Wow! Almost 1 Gb/s upload and download speed? That's faster than many harddisks can read and write data. It would be faster to store large files in Google's cloud than on your own local harddisk!
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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