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  Reply # 1576154 18-Jun-2016 11:27
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there has to be something wrong there aye

 

 


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  Reply # 1576259 18-Jun-2016 17:20
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Tonight:

 

 

File Speedtest, download the Linode Speedtest Fremont file - IPv4 (via BigPipe): 497KiB/s (average)
IPv6 (via SIXXS Tunnel, Wellington): 9.4MiB/s (average)
Baseline (via a server hosted in the US): 82MiB/s (speedtest host has more than enough bandwidth to conduct test).
Via a WXC ADSL2+ connection: 1.8MiB/s (average)

 

Pretty lame when an ADSL2+ connection beats my 200/200Mbit UFB connection.





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  Reply # 1576262 18-Jun-2016 17:32
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Yea my speeds are down again tonight too

 

 

Though for some reason I'm being routed through Australia. No clue as to why?


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  Reply # 1576267 18-Jun-2016 17:45
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I've just started a couple of automated Traceroutes - they can be viewed on https://murfy.nz/bigpipe-performance/ - traceroutes are updated every 30mins and the below image (along with the other Smokeping images) are generated every 5mins. This is to a known trouble endpoint speedtest.fremont.linode.com so hopefully will help with investigation.

 

 

Click this image to view an up-to-date traceroute.

 

Edit: I've added a speedtest to the above traceroute as well as a timestamped log from some speedtests done on the 45th minute of every hour: https://smokeping.murfy.nz/speedtest.txt

 

 





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  Reply # 1576539 19-Jun-2016 12:38
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michaelmurfy:

 

I've just started a couple of automated Traceroutes - they can be viewed on https://murfy.nz/bigpipe-performance/ - traceroutes are updated every 30mins and the below image (along with the other Smokeping images) are generated every 5mins. This is to a known trouble endpoint speedtest.fremont.linode.com so hopefully will help with investigation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is *awesome* stuff. I'm troubleshooting my line with the awesome Bigpipe support team as I've been having some pretty strange experiences. This will come in handy! Thanks as always.


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  Reply # 1576586 19-Jun-2016 15:41
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michaelmurfy:

 

I've just started a couple of automated Traceroutes - they can be viewed on https://murfy.nz/bigpipe-performance/ - traceroutes are updated every 30mins and the below image (along with the other Smokeping images) are generated every 5mins. This is to a known trouble endpoint speedtest.fremont.linode.com so hopefully will help with investigation.

 

 

This is *awesome* stuff. I'm troubleshooting my line with the awesome Bigpipe support team as I've been having some pretty strange experiences. This will come in handy! Thanks as always.

 

 

I've also forwarded these to @BigPipeNZ via their support email. My mate on Spark is currently owning my international speeds and he is on VDSL in Hokitika :(





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  Reply # 1576723 19-Jun-2016 20:06
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Yea the only issue I have had with Bigpipe over the last year of being on Fibre with them is the international speeds. Would be interesting if anything comes of this


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  Reply # 1576731 19-Jun-2016 20:26
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Ugh:

 

Sun Jun 19 20:20:01 NZST 2016
WebNX LA Speedtest:
Ping: 173.512 ms
Download: 6.19 Mbit/s
Upload: 6.21 Mbit/s

 

Versus my mate on Spark VDSL:

 





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  Reply # 1576750 19-Jun-2016 20:47
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Spark VDSL, essentially line speed:

 


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  Reply # 1576764 19-Jun-2016 21:13
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Tonight's speeds are up again though would like to see double what I'm seeing

 


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  Reply # 1576766 19-Jun-2016 21:13
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I can't complain too much. I essentially get free internet due to people signing up with my referral code so out of spite they're likely throttling me for teh lulz.

 

Edit: @rudster are you on a CGNAT connection? Might explain it...

 





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  Reply # 1576775 19-Jun-2016 21:31
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@michaelmurfy I wouldn't know actually.

 

I know this connection is the only connection using fibre directly to the local exchange. There are currently 3 other fibre installs being processed but the day fibre went life, We were the only ones who jumped on it for a year. Static IP, The full works


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  Reply # 1576783 19-Jun-2016 21:42
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Did some more tests to see if the server I'm using is the limitation, So here is Phyber Communications

 

 

And Race Communications

 

 

 

 

All others are under 20mb/s


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  Reply # 1576811 19-Jun-2016 23:21
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Really weird. Something else I noticed is with Google. It has periods where it goes via NZ and other times where it goes via Australia. Nothing on the Smokeping server has changed + all DNS is done via BigPipes DNS servers.

 

Smokeping graphs to Google (updates every 5 minutes):

 

 





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  Reply # 1576818 19-Jun-2016 23:34
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My Republic 200/200 at 11.30pm this evening. (Actually their speed used to be rubbish, but reasonable at the moment)


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