Discussion in 'Networking & Security' started by DanishDevil, Aug 13, 2009.
Faster than necessary for most applications, especially surfing but also when gaming for which ping matters more than bandwidth (which drops in most cases anyway because of the distance to the servers).
I like the balance in the up/down speeds btw.
Slow, but enough for me.
I would die.
got new interwebs now :]
nice, for a test with a server 150 miles away from your home ( I did mine with a server 50 miles from me).
right now i'm wishing i was in San Francisco, CA
or maybe i'll go to Chattanooga, TN
Yeah! What a shit...
100mbit fastest domestic connection available in the UK afaik
Google's offering net in San Fran now? Cool, maybe they'll trickle down south a bit
I don't think Google is offering service in SF, that is probably taken from the gigabit service they offer near Stanford's campus (not public).
cuz i can
the cheapest FIOS there is..not too bad!
Wired at home with Verizon FIOS
Fastest speed I have ever personally encountered. My mouth dropped open after seeing this.
I bet this is faster than 99% of the entire world.
Were you the only one on the campus at that moment?
holy fuck >.>
the speedtest server must be on your lan
Congrats on the new top download!
Test to Sweden:
Test to Norway:
Here's a good 4G result:
Home SBC/AT&T Connection. Supposed to be lifted to 24Mbps-ish. This is a wired connection to a cisco catalyst 2960 that most of my house is wired to. I absolutely hate wireless. I also hate that these residential upstream providers cap the egress traffic to almost nothing. 1.47 Mbps ?? It's less than 10% of my ingress.
I could run a speedtest.net test on a dual gigabit NIC port bonded server with a 10Gbps uplink, but it would peak at around 1400Mbps most likely. The port bonded servers can burst up to about 1400ish max. I've tested a lot of different hardware config's and that's about the maximum out of a single server that I have in my DC.
mine normally averages 7-11Mbps DL and .75-1.3Mbps UL... tested average from locations ranging from 2 hours away to the other side of the globe.
On my parents wireless using an old analog system (NMT450) combined with some CDMA2000 tech. Pretty nice considering it's miles from anywere and mobile phones barely work. Still a noticaurlble difference from the 100/20 line I have at home.
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