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  Reply # 547922 21-Nov-2011 16:08
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Thanks for the heads up Mauricio. The guys say they're aware of it and it's being sorted.

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  Reply # 547924 21-Nov-2011 16:09
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Good... I've noticed connecting my PC directly to the modem was giving me about 20 Mbps more than the Cisco router I have here, so got a new model to test - and used that page a few times.





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  Reply # 547937 21-Nov-2011 16:26
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If your renewing your license, you should look into getting the more feature rich version of the speedtest applet such as the version Slingshot has.

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  Reply # 548094 21-Nov-2011 21:04
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garvani: If your renewing your license, you should look into getting the more feature rich version of the speedtest applet such as the version Slingshot has.


If it costs more they wont :P

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  Reply # 548114 21-Nov-2011 21:59
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mattbush:
garvani: If your renewing your license, you should look into getting the more feature rich version of the speedtest applet such as the version Slingshot has.


If it costs more they wont :P

Yep, I'm pretty sure it costs more. Have a look on the Ookla website.

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