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  Reply # 1647275 7-Oct-2016 13:25
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pab: That's odd. I'm pushing 300Mbit upload to Amazon Cloud Drive right now. I usually get around 80-90Mbit upload per connection to ACD topping out at 300Mbit when I run multiple connections.

Download is another story though - I can only pull down at around 10Mbit from ACD via the browser interface.

 

 

 

Just tried again. Mine just maxes out to around 30-40Mbps, whether I upload via their web interface, or their app.

 

 


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  Reply # 1647296 7-Oct-2016 13:42
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When I upload via the web interface I only get 17-18Mbps with Firefox, 30-100Mbit with MS Edge and 130Mbit with Chrome. My earlier tests we with Synology's Cloud Sync with between 1 and 10 connections.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1647385 7-Oct-2016 16:59
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Not a scientific test, but worth a try to see what people are getting... I tried downloading test files from the following sites (Linode in the US, and Inspire.net in NZ).

 

https://www.linode.com/speedtest (US West Coast): 40Mbps

 

http://mirror.inspire.net.nz/download/:  380Mbps

 

The latter site I also tried a 1GB file which took seconds to download, quicker than the 100MB file from Linode!

 

 


dan

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  Reply # 1647456 7-Oct-2016 19:00
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Ive been upping a few hundred gig to Onedrive today, via app, speed is not impressive, 2-5 MB/s  (Bigpipe 1000/500)


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