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  Reply # 1453543 19-Dec-2015 16:09
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Jase, can your restart your router and retry that test to the webnx speed test server?




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  Reply # 1453571 19-Dec-2015 16:54
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cbrpilot: Jase, can your restart your router and retry that test to the webnx speed test server?


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Pretty sure that not the issue as battlenet/starcraft updates, windows updates, and Nvidia updates are all coming down at line speed.

im not super concerned, its just ive never seen a speed test to the US over about 25mbps to the US. which considering others with similar speed connections can pull 50+, just odd thats all.

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  Reply # 1453605 19-Dec-2015 17:56
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Jase2985:
cbrpilot: Jase, can your restart your router and retry that test to the webnx speed test server?


@cbrpilot

Pretty sure that not the issue as battlenet/starcraft updates, windows updates, and Nvidia updates are all coming down at line speed.

im not super concerned, its just ive never seen a speed test to the US over about 25mbps to the US. which considering others with similar speed connections can pull 50+, just odd thats all.


Windows updates will come off an Akamai CDN Node, and I suspect Nvidia will too. So that will be 2 or 3 hops away and come down at line speed.





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  Reply # 1453629 19-Dec-2015 19:26
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I have my reasons in terms if asking you to restart it. Just humour me.




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  Reply # 1453630 19-Dec-2015 19:28
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am downing a linux iso from here: http://mirror.ancl.hawaii.edu/linux/mint/iso/stable/17.3/  and here: http://reflection.oss.ou.edu/linuxmint/isos/linuxmint.com/stable/17.3/

not sure what CDN those are coming from but im getting between 40mbps and 65mbps with them.

feel free to find me a file thats not CDN located and ill give it a go.

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  Reply # 1454117 21-Dec-2015 07:55
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xADDICTx can you please PM me your details?
I'd like to see if there is anything we can do on our end to tweak your connection.
Thanks.




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  Reply # 1454423 21-Dec-2015 12:22
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little better

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  Reply # 1454500 21-Dec-2015 12:53
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Can confirm this server is a good test. 200/200 fibre on primowireless.

https://www.speedtest.net/result/4932002570.png






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  Reply # 1455673 22-Dec-2015 21:06
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@cbrpilot

Just keeps getting bettertongue-out

webx server

others





Tried a few NY servers and they all about the same. Everything else seems good enough for me tho. It's not often i need those speeds but nice to have it when i do, especially if i'm paying for it. Nice improvement on what i was getting.

 

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  Reply # 1455845 23-Dec-2015 10:10
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xADDICTx can you please advise which router you are using?




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  Reply # 1455848 23-Dec-2015 10:14
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The huawei hg630b i got when i was first conected

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  Reply # 1455855 23-Dec-2015 10:27
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Thanks.  Just trying to make sure we have the full picture here.  I don't want to imply that this is anything to do with the router.
Just useful for us to know.




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  Reply # 1523564 31-Mar-2016 21:19
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ANNND here it goes again. not sure how long its been back down like this, i only noticed it was slow the other day while downloading corelx8 so have been testing since. New zealand speeds are good but......

 

 

 

can someone please wave their magic wand again?


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  Reply # 1523571 31-Mar-2016 21:32
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No issues here, Spark VDSL

 

Sydney:

 

 

Perth:

 

 

LA:

 

 

Singapore:

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1523785 1-Apr-2016 10:20
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@xADDICTx, nothing has changed on our end. 

 

Your profiles are all correct, no congestion anywhere. Have you restarted all of your equipment?

 

Can you post up results from NZ and post international results from different times of day?

 

Dave.





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