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Your current speed is: 0.00kbps

Scorpuk
Grafter
Posts: 45
Registered: 13-09-2007

Your current speed is: 0.00kbps

PlusNet Speed Test


Your current speed is:


0.00kbps


Which means you can download at 0 KB/sec. from our servers. Our results show that your current speed is below the level we would expect for your product, you may be able to increase the speed of your connection by adjusting your settings.

WTF :shock:
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Scorpuk
Grafter
Posts: 45
Registered: 13-09-2007

Your current speed is: 0.00kbps

From the sublime to the rediculous:

Test 1: 0 kbps
Test 2: 0kbps
Test 3: OMFG


PlusNet Speed Test


Your current speed is:


141.69 Mbps


Which means you can download at 17.71 MB/sec. from our servers.
Scorpuk
Grafter
Posts: 45
Registered: 13-09-2007

Your current speed is: 0.00kbps

Ahh back to where it was:



PlusNet Speed Test


Your current speed is:


0.00kbps


Which means you can download at 0 KB/sec. from our servers. Our results show that your current speed is below the level we would expect for your product, you may be able to increase the speed of your connection by adjusting your settings.


0 kbps YOU
53.3 kbps 56k Dial Up
64 kbps ISDN 1 Channel
128 kbps ISDN Dual Channel
460 kbps ADSL 500
920 kbps ADSL 1000
1840 kbps ADSL 2000



The following table shows the speeds you achieved from previous runs of the speed tester:

Date Speed Achieved (kbps)
13-04-2006 22:38:45 145088
13-04-2006 22:38:21 0
13-04-2006 22:36:48 0


The speed test is not compatible with many popup blockers. If you are using programs such as Norton Internet Security or Norton Personal Firewall, disable them whist running the speed test.
Scorpuk
Grafter
Posts: 45
Registered: 13-09-2007

Sweet jesus if only it was true

PlusNet Speed Test


Your current speed is:


241.00 Mbps


Which means you can download at 30.13 MB/sec. from our servers.


53.3 kbps 56k Dial Up
64 kbps ISDN 1 Channel
128 kbps ISDN Dual Channel
460 kbps ADSL 500
920 kbps ADSL 1000
1840 kbps ADSL 2000
246784 kbps YOU



The following table shows the speeds you achieved from previous runs of the speed tester:

Date Speed Achieved (kbps)
13-04-2006 22:40:32 0
13-04-2006 22:38:45 145088
13-04-2006 22:38:21 0


The speed test is not compatible with many popup blockers. If you are using programs such as Norton Internet Security or Norton Personal Firewall, disable them whist running the speed test.

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Scorpuk
Grafter
Posts: 45
Registered: 13-09-2007

Your current speed is: 0.00kbps

booo its back to 0 again Sad

Previous speed test results:

Date Speed Achieved (kbps)
13-04-2006 22:46:34 0
13-04-2006 22:45:25 333056
13-04-2006 22:43:48 187584
13-04-2006 22:42:49 169792
13-04-2006 22:41:43 246784
13-04-2006 22:40:32 0
13-04-2006 22:38:45 145088
13-04-2006 22:38:21 0
13-04-2006 22:36:48 0
11-07-2005 21:31:14 1738.6
11-07-2005 21:30:53 1697.9
11-07-2005 21:02:17 1772
08-06-2005 00:57:47 514.4
08-06-2005 00:32:39 514.4
08-06-2005 00:32:11 533.9
11-05-2005 16:28:42 1636.8
11-05-2005 16:28:23 1613.9
11-05-2005 16:27:44 1444
11-05-2005 16:16:55 1403.6
18-04-2005 15:33:10 1802.3

oh and FYI:

DSL Status: UP
DSL Modulation Mode: GDMT
DSL Path Mode: INTERLEAVED
Downstream Rate: 7488 Kbps
Upstream Rate: 448 Kbps
Downstream Margin: 6 db
Upstream Margin: 25 db
Downstream Line Attenuation: 32
Upstream Line Attenuation: 16
Downstream Transmit Power: 0
Upstream Transmit Power: 0

PVC Connection

Connection: 1
Encapsulation: RFC 2364 PPPoA
Multiplexing: VC
Qos: UBR
Pcr Rate: 0
Scr Rate: 0
Autodetect: Disable
VPI: 0
VCI: 38
Enable: Yes
PVC Status: Applied

Cry
Scorpuk
Grafter
Posts: 45
Registered: 13-09-2007

Your current speed is: 0.00kbps

Using ADSLguides speed test I get the following:

Starting speed test...
Do not use your connection until the test has finished.
Analysing your connection...
Testing downstream speed...
Downloaded 2097152 bytes in 38078ms (430 kbps)
Testing upstream speed...


Cancelled the upstream speed test after 5 minutes of no activity!!!


I wonder if a downgrade is a breach of the contract... :roll: