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Topic # 157450 1-Dec-2014 23:24
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Anyone else noticed that 130 Mbps these days is more like... well not like 130 Mbps?






Also, 200 ms ping to Vodafone's own test server?





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  Reply # 1186685 1-Dec-2014 23:53
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Nope.

Also, I didn't think that Vodafone had a Speedtest Auckland server any more.

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  Reply # 1186687 1-Dec-2014 23:57
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Just having a go now and I'm not actually seeing the Auckland Vodafone server so maybe it had issues.

Tested to the Spark server and got 128Mbps down and 10Mbps up which is kinda spectacular for this time of night,

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freitasm: Anyone else noticed that 130 Mbps these days is more like... well not like 130 Mbps?






Also, 200 ms ping to Vodafone's own test server?



Hi there, do you test this over wifi or ethernet? If ethernet is it gigabit port? tongue-out







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  Reply # 1186718 2-Dec-2014 07:09
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Yes, there was a Vodafone server in the list - strange not there later.

Modem was disconnected this morning. Restarted it and things seem back to normal. My guess is the node was either being worked on, or restarted overnight.





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