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Thread: Testing the Speed of my Broadband




  1. #11
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    Corduroy - When I lived in the dorms I tested my connection often, and it fluctuated an insane ammount. It all depends on how many people are downloading porn when you run the test.


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    here is mine

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    download - 2191kbps
    upload - 115kbps
    Im on optus in Sydney
    not too bad considering the server used to calcualate this was is LA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by [size=6
    Corduroy[/size]]
    I didn't think we had a thread on this anymore. There isn't anything in the Internet and Networking section about this. If there is, this thread should be added to that one I suppose. Sorry if I'm creating redundant threads.
    By default the forums' software only shows threads that have been active in the last 30 days (unless you have changed this value in your user cp) but if you go to the bottom of the front page of a forum there is a drop box that can show threads from the begining of these new forums. ;)

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    I'm bigpond cable melbourne
    2002-10-05 13:13:18 EST: 1967 / 474
    Your download speed : 1967311 bps, or 1967 kbps.
    A 240.1 KB/sec transfer rate.
    Your upload speed : 474946 bps, or 474 kbps.
    Seems like broadband .. above the 1mbit barrier!

    On 2nd try... I got strange result..
    2002-10-05 13:17:05 EST: 61336 / 472
    Your download speed : 61336986 bps, or 61336 kbps.
    A 7487.4 KB/sec transfer rate.
    Your upload speed : 472255 bps, or 472 kbps.
    Seems like broadband .. above the 1mbit barrier!

    LOL.... I think it is caused by I'm running squid proxy on my linux router.
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    awww geez fella's!

    :cry:
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    There, there Mr.C ya never know when microwave will get there. ;)
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    2002-05-12 18:06:42 EST: 1916 / 368
    Your download speed : 1916233 bps, or 1916 kbps.
    A 233.9 KB/sec transfer rate.
    Your upload speed : 368459 bps, or 368 kbps.
    Seems like broadband .. above the 1mbit barrier!

    this is mine from Road Runner Manhattan....

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