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  #1056665 30-May-2014 17:34
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haydenmarsh:
Inphinity: Ah, yeah, the 2xlarge and above have pretty high network throughput. Try 8xlarge ;)

you mean 10gbps? :D i might have to try that.


the problem with speedtests, more so in the upload, is they are real bad at recording speeds at that level..

ill pluck a few tests from one of my 10G nodes in NL next time im on it for ya..




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  #1056684 30-May-2014 18:07
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Couldn't get a direct speedtest.net link, but here's one from a 8xlarge in Sydney, Australia.

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  #1056703 30-May-2014 18:35
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I swear I must have broken it, heck!





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  #1056708 30-May-2014 18:42
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michaelmurfy: I swear I must have broken it, heck!


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  #1058598 3-Jun-2014 15:07
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Work


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  #1058644 3-Jun-2014 16:29
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one of my toys.

 

seems a little hard to find a testing server capable of pushing 10G unfortunately. 




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  #1058677 3-Jun-2014 17:15
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hio77:

one of my toys.

seems a little hard to find a testing server capable of pushing 10G unfortunately. 

same problem here... i have a 10G with a different company in the US. but i cannot find a decent server.



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hio77:

one of my toys.

seems a little hard to find a testing server capable of pushing 10G unfortunately. 


any specific reason you went all the way (600mi) to Amsterdam?

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  #1058759 3-Jun-2014 18:43
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PhantomNVD:
hio77:

one of my toys.

seems a little hard to find a testing server capable of pushing 10G unfortunately. 


any specific reason you went all the way (600mi) to Amsterdam?


geolocation is wrong.

or are you not questioning the speedtest?




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Happy enough with my vdsl (who knows when fiber will ever arrive in our street)





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And my Speedtest results...








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Presso: Happy enough with my vdsl (who knows when fiber will ever arrive in our street)



 im not happy with mine. its not fast enough. :3




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