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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 112224 1-Dec-2012 02:24 Send private message

First of all, howdy! i have been planning to move to NZ like a year a go, and decided to look for the local good forum, all roads leaded to GeekZone, i found a lot of useful information, I have 2 month living here already, and i finally got my connection up, so i now decide to share my speeds and get some feedback also, and start participating in the forums.

 

Thanks

 

So this is International



And this is local



I know im getting a lil bit more, around 10 Mb download for local.

 

Im wondering if the international ping is normal.

Also i have a ASUS modem/router.
Data from it:

Update Counter : 66785
Lan Tx : 38787374
Lan Rx : 22960384
ADSL Tx : 22092460
ADSL Rx : 38185607
CRC Down : 0
CRC Up : 4626
FEC Down : 0
FEC Up : 17470
HEC Down : 13951
HEC Up : 0
Line State : 3
Modulation : 4
SNR Up : 12.8
SNR Down : 12.5
Line Attenuation Up : 12.2
Line Attenuation Down : 21.0
Data Rate Up : 952
Data Rate Down : 10196

 

Im would like some of the more experienced users to tell me if thats good or bad.
And there are a few settings Snap could not answer and maybe also a experienced user can, and maybe can help me with.
(The one with the * is the current setting.)

Service Category:
*UBR without PCR
UBR with PCR
CBR
VBR
GFR
NRT_VBR

DSL modulation
T1.413
G.lite
G.Dmt
ADSL2
* ADSL2+
Multiple Mode


Annex mode
*Annex A
Annex L
Annex A/L
Annex M
Annex A/I/J/L/M

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Master Geek


  Reply # 725547 1-Dec-2012 16:45 Send private message

Try doing a speedtest to Sydney or LA. You will get a better idea of ping speeds. Florida is on the other side of the US so 282ms is not bad.



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 725554 1-Dec-2012 17:04 Send private message

This is to LA, a lil bit lower ping but down speed is not that good either...



 

 



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Geek


  Reply # 726194 3-Dec-2012 14:38 Send private message

Have you read these posts:

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=49&topicid=10835

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=49&topicid=27834

Edit:  They seem low.  What is your internal wiring like?

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