It might be possible but also the Ethernet to the PC would need to support those speeds for that to be the case.
Well our house is all networked up with a 1Gb LAN and all the mobile devices using Wi-Fi.
My PC is using a fast 1TB SSD capable of over 2.5Gb speeds.
The only issue here would be our wired LAN being only 1 Gb
, so maybe it was only a glitch or BT breaking for a second or maybe our LAN saying Whooooa slow down there.
But saying that, it couldn't of been our LAN capping it due to it would of been capped to about 800 to 900 Mbps where it wasn't, so I am still leaning towards a glitch or a BT issue.
I am tempted to upgrade to 10Gb Switches so that the downloading doesn't take too much up on the LAN, I already have CAT6 and CAT6A cable installed.
I know some of the cables were double screened along with a single wire down the middle, that was the expensive cable.
Techniques present in the flash to mitigate these spikes are not in the HTML5 as wanting to see all the quirks to ensure that real stuff is not mitigated by mistake
Its probably just a glitch, but for it to happen a few times now at certain times make me wonder.
I know speedtest.net
is also having some strange issue with our connection where it would sit there for about 10 seconds then start giving us a 0 ms latency and completing the downstream test very fast, it didn't give the 2.5Gb speed, but it still had an issue.
- Infinity 4 - 310Mbps (down), 31Mbps (up)