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Standard User MHC
(legend) Tue 19-Apr-11 22:57:19
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Speedtest.net ...


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... beats the sync speed!


40.18 Mbps or 41144kbps

Not bad for a 38717 sync speed!





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Standard User acpsd775
(member) Tue 19-Apr-11 23:08:29
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lol that's nothing it told one of my friends on a 8 meg ADSL connection he was on 74meg lol he was roling round laughing for hours and wishing it was true lol .

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Standard User philippercival
(committed) Tue 19-Apr-11 23:33:29
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They have just lost all my past results again.


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Standard User uno
(fountain of knowledge) Wed 20-Apr-11 00:05:29
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Re: Speedtest.net ...


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Has your IP changed, or has your browser has a moment.

If you don't login it is based on cookie. If your browser looses the cookie, most associations disappear too.

If you've created an account, it should never loose them. Have you emailed Ookla?

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Standard User philippercival
(committed) Wed 20-Apr-11 10:13:51
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I have a fixed IP address.

No I was not logged in, I will have to start doing that. I do not remember deleting my cookies, but may have done. Or perhaps some of the massive updates my computer has been getting in the last few days did something.

I have emailed them in hope, but it does not matter too much.
Standard User Saltank
(member) Wed 20-Apr-11 10:15:17
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That's an awful upload rate.

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Standard User MHC
(legend) Wed 20-Apr-11 10:17:12
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No, it is all the CEO will allow me! It is a 40 Down 2 Up connection.





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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Wed 20-Apr-11 10:18:39
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Shhh people don't want to here that, they just want the biggest number possible reported

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Standard User MHC
(legend) Wed 20-Apr-11 10:27:24
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Given the speedtest.net methodology, (in a simplistic view) removing the extreme samples and some averaging, I wonder what the peak speed was?





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Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Wed 20-Apr-11 12:32:10
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In reply to a post by MHC:
... beats the sync speed!


40.18 Mbps or 41144kbps

Not bad for a 38717 sync speed!
38717 is the IP Profile frown.

As a side issue, out of interest and doesn't explain the speed test result, I believe the top OR sync on VDSL2 is around 41000-42000. The reported (capped) 40000 is a data rate not a connection speed. Similar to the old days when a 512kbps line sync'ed at 576kbps, 1Mbps at 1152 and 2Mbps at 2272.

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