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#265434 21-Jan-2020 18:34
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I recently upgraded to Bigpipe gigabit plan and have done series of speed tests with the Speedtest app on a MBP, first three tests were ethernet cable to edgerouter4 to ONT…, awesome results I am happy with.

 

https://www.speedtest.net/result/d/155860962

 

https://www.speedtest.net/result/d/155861047

 

https://www.speedtest.net/result/d/155861189

 

Next tests were MPB wireless to UniFi nanoHD to EdgeSwitch 10XP to Edgrouter4 to ONT…, Question is why is the download to Wellington and Auckland tests crap ? (Yes I know on wireless I will max out about 600Mbps)

 

https://www.speedtest.net/result/d/155862954

 

https://www.speedtest.net/result/d/155863056

 

https://www.speedtest.net/result/d/155863144

 

Any Ideas ?


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  #2403086 21-Jan-2020 19:47
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i wouldnt worry about it

 

is it affecting your day to day usage?




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  #2403087 21-Jan-2020 20:00
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Jase2985:

 

i wouldnt worry about it

 

is it affecting your day to day usage?

 

 

 

 

No its not although I thought gigabit plan would be a big step up from 200/20 plan but in reality the upload speed is the only improvement


 
 
 
 


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  #2403129 21-Jan-2020 20:05
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Those Wi-Fi results look fantastic and nothing to worry about really



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  #2403137 21-Jan-2020 20:27
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Linux: Those Wi-Fi results look fantastic and nothing to worry about really

 

To the Christchurch server yes but I would have thought the download to Wellington and Auckland would have been the same just higher ping considering the wireless maxs out at 600Mbps the upload is fine.


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  #2403138 21-Jan-2020 20:32
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1yippy1:

Linux: Those Wi-Fi results look fantastic and nothing to worry about really


To the Christchurch server yes but I would have thought the download to Wellington and Auckland would have been the same just higher ping considering the wireless maxs out at 600Mbps the upload is fine.



600Mbp/s in perfect radio conditions and no one else around you using Wi-Fi as it's a shared resource



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  #2403146 21-Jan-2020 20:46
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Linux:
1yippy1:

 

Linux: Those Wi-Fi results look fantastic and nothing to worry about really

 

 

 

To the Christchurch server yes but I would have thought the download to Wellington and Auckland would have been the same just higher ping considering the wireless maxs out at 600Mbps the upload is fine.

 



600Mbp/s in perfect radio conditions and no one else around you using Wi-Fi as it's a shared resource

 

True, the results were just single user on the nanoHD what I having trouble with is if I get 900+ download on ethernet, 500+ on wireless to Christchurch servers and 700+ download on ethernet to Auckland surely the wireless should still be 500+ to Auckland ?


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  #2403151 21-Jan-2020 20:59
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What is your MCS rate for both upload and download while conducting the tests?

 

 


 
 
 
 




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  #2403158 21-Jan-2020 21:07
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sbiddle:

 

What is your MCS rate for both upload and download while conducting the tests?

 

 

 

 

 

 

MCS Index: 9


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