The tester on here (TBB) shows results that are lower than expected.
(hence not posted the result)
Please do, it might help the guys at TBB work out why the TBB tester is so flaky with BT Infinity2 connections.
Here's mine (which is, BTW, the best result I've had from the TBB tester in weeks).
Here's my Speedtest.net
result (for comparison).
It is worth pointing out if you try several of the Speedtest.net servers, you'll find a few in the UK which give similar results to the TBB tester.
I doubt if some Speedtest.net servers use multiple thread tests, while others use single thread tests (which has been touted as one possible explanation why the TBB test results are so much lower) so it points to some other problem (maybe some servers are being overloaded - possibly one being the TBB test server or BT have some routing issues).
If I try a Speedtest.net with two Xilo servers (one in Manchester, the other in Maidenhead) I get vastly different results (around 75Mbps/16Mbps and a ping of 10ms for the Manchester server, and around 28Mbps/12Mbps and a ping of 26ms for the Maidenhead server).
I'd find it hard to believe one Xilo server is applying the test in a vastly different way from another Xilo server, so it has to be to do with BT (throttling???), routing, or server congestion.
This makes no sense to me (unless BT are applying some far out routing) as I'm 44 miles from Maidenhead and 107 miles from Manchester (direct "as the crow flies" distances), so God knows where BT are routing my connection (if the ping to do a 214 mile round trip is 2.6 times lower than the ping to do an 88 mile round trip).
vDSL2 FTTC Infinity with BT
DL Sync 80Mbps
UL Sync 20Mbps
Edited by adebov (Fri 04-May-12 17:41:31)