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Bandwith Test.

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Bandwith Test.

Just wondering what results people are getting when running the +net speed test?

Im generally getting about 59/60 kb/s.
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kissack
Grafter
Posts: 124
Registered: 16-09-2007

Bandwith Test.

60.48 KB/sec just now
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Bandwith Test.

I wouldn't trust the +net speed tester. It either inflates the results on purpose, or the system on which it runs is flawed.

502.30kbps

Impossible.

No, it isn't a cache issue. This machine has never visited the +net speed tester (though my other two have).
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Bandwidth /speed test

492.70kbps


Which means you can download at 61.59 KB/sec. from our server.
that was a few mins ago. Cool
Community Veteran
Posts: 5,878
Registered: 04-04-2007

Bandwith Test.

Your current bandwidth reading is:

150.00kbps

which means you can download at 18.75 KB/sec. from our servers

lol usually alot better, time for a router and machine reboot me thinks.
kissack
Grafter
Posts: 124
Registered: 16-09-2007

Bandwith Test.

And from adslguid.org:
Downstream 436 Kbps (54.5 KB/sec) 470 Kbps (inc. overheads)
Upstream 246 Kbps (30.8 KB/sec) 265 Kbps (inc. overheads)
espresso_mick
Grafter
Posts: 225
Registered: 30-07-2007

Bandwith Test.

Your current bandwidth reading is:

516.40kbps

Which means you can download at 64.55 KB/sec. from our servers


or ADSLguide: -


Downstream 469 Kbps (58.6 KB/sec) 506 Kbps (inc. overheads)
Upstream 252 Kbps (31.5 KB/sec) 272 Kbps (inc. overheads)


or nac.net in NJ USA: -

2003-05-18 20:44:13 EST: 449 / 247
Your download speed : 449666 bps, or 449 kbps.
A 54.8 KB/sec transfer rate.
Your upload speed : 247586 bps, or 247 kbps.
Mike_Grice
Grafter
Posts: 206
Registered: 05-04-2007

Bandwith Test.

At the end of the day, if you want a "real-world" reading of your connection bandwidth, go to UK Mirror Service and download an ISO (CD image).

This will take you a good while but the file is around 600Meg in most instances, and as the UKM service is very well-connected, you will get the most accurate "real-world" reading of your connection speed.