Discussion in 'Networking & Security' started by DanishDevil, Aug 13, 2009.
Wired - Home
No wonder I suck at gaming...
Thats a nice speed from dsl (assumption). Is it repeatable? You are getting very close to the magical 100!
I got a test high like that a few weeks back and thought I hit the jackpot but when I tested again, it was back to 16
speedtest never works for me, i merely posted it to point out how innacurate it is.
My upload sucks, but for $45 a month i'm pretty happy with it.
Things are very slow today. Usually I get 100/30.
And again, included in the rent.
Bah wish it would be skewed for me.
I won't be posting my exact results, but there's a "0." at the start LOL
Can't see many from the UK here, I'm suppose to be on 10mb via cable (Virgin Media)
It's stinks bigtime because most of the providers do not offer large upload speeds (not in my case)...
Wired and at Home
I never get anything remotely close to that when I download.
Everything but surfing/gaming seems slow(streaming video/download)
its in my sig, basic roadrunner 29.99 a mo.
Weirdly I'm supposedly in Russia, just past the Urals LOL
Using the server that is physically nearest me
Using the server supposedly nearest me
I pay for 10/1 and get
WildBlue Satellite, gotta love that upload...the pings are nice too.
This isn't my main connection, just the connection when we are at our vacation house down south.
my home connection
Seems our university upgraded the connection a tad:
btw, how fair is it that this is the link a university gets here in South Africa? The fastest ADSL you can get here is currently 4Mbit/s. It's only at the beginning of this year that uncapped ADSL was made affordable (read: ~$130/month for uncapped 4Mbit/s).
nothing special. the usual isp services
Your vacation house's connection is the above average connection over here.
Blimey, I feel like Im living in the stoneage when I look at some of your speeds. On a good day I get 6Mb/s DL and 45Mb/s UL (thats the max my shitty BT copper wiring landline will handle). I would probably be better off with 2 cups and a really long piece of string
I have a fiber optic connection and the speeds are 50-60Mbps/UP and 15-20Mbps/DL and i pay for that 9.99 Euros (13.50 USD)... LOL
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