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Topic # 115667 3-Apr-2013 09:36
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Tests done from a hard wired connection to the modem.

On the vodafone site
Download Speed: 22999 kbps (2874.9 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 7710 kbps (963.8 KB/sec transfer rate)
Latency: -1 ms
Wednesday, 3 April 2013 9:29:02 AM

On the TelstraClear site
Download Speed: 180876 kbps (22609.5 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 9560 kbps (1195 KB/sec transfer rate)
Latency: 43 ms
Wednesday, 3 April 2013 9:29:53 AM

ANy thoughts as to why they would be so different, we are talking a factor of 10 on the download speed.

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  Reply # 792138 3-Apr-2013 10:02
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Latency -1 ms ?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 792157 3-Apr-2013 10:17
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"On the TelstraClear site
Download Speed: 180876 kbps (22609.5 KB/sec transfer rate)"

~176Mbps??? I think something is a wee bit wrong here unless you are on some kind of very high grade business connection.

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  Reply # 793219 4-Apr-2013 14:20
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on cable, vodafone technical looking into the speed test variation

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  Reply # 793223 4-Apr-2013 14:22
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johnr: Latency -1 ms ?


Time travels first step - Data arrives before it leaves (Vodafone is just that good)

Does your router have a flux capacitor?

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Latency: -1 ms


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  Reply # 793620 4-Apr-2013 23:48
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Yes i know speedtest.net is not really a measurement tool ,but it is indicative of what the interconnection is like.

To SNAP in Christchurch


To Vodafone in Auckland


Both from cable network in Kapiti

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  Reply # 793711 5-Apr-2013 09:57
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Damn... My Cisco SRP router must be limiting my connection now. I can only get 85 Mbps to Snap Christchurch from Johnsonville ;)




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