Discussion in 'Networking & Security' started by DanishDevil, Aug 13, 2009.
Here my HOME connection ..
and the lowest Download/Upload speed ratio award goes to me
Stop it .. you make us all jealous
We are looking to get another 10Gb pipe from georgia public web soon so these speeds will almost double. It will relieve stress off both our M40's
wireless modem @home.
cable is still the best here.
What do you have at home, Brandon?
This is my work connection to my desk. We are a ISP company but at home I have 30MB charter which I am luck to see 20Mb
Ah. At work I have a little more than what I have at home now.
Same here, but our office switches are only 100Mbps.
Make us all cry
At home finally was able to ditch comcast and get Vtel Tv also. So now i pay $90 a month for phone i can call anywhere in the country, Tv(170 channels) and fiber internet.
Sooo I was at my Gf's house and noticed almost none of my texts were sending, and pages loaded suuuper slow. I speedtested and found out why!
Upgraded the internets today, this is on WiFi:
At work in little ol' Auzzie!!
FYI, this is wired
Its too bad they cap their upload speed to 5.5 Mbps, I'd love to have closer to 10/20 for streaming.
I love HSPA+, it's faster in a rural area then adsl in a city area.
Gnex on the road...
Check in here at home with Comfast. It's even over a power line adapter between the modem and the router, so not too shabby.
Finally got that free upgrade Virgin Media had promised. From 100/5 to 125/12
Just upgraded my home internet. I only pay for 30/5. The rest is a bonus.
Just want to point out that texts shouldn't be affected by those speeds. They're texts, bytes in lenght.
Texts do have validation that they went through though. So even if it is a single packet being sent, the server is responding back. Considering how much phones are doing new, I really doubt that "just the text" is being sent and that in fact many packets are being sent back and forth even if it's only one message.
if he's using iMessage, it would spaz it out
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