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  # 1057296 31-May-2014 23:13
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Set2k: Anyway So Just in case anyone is consider orcon I have been with them couple months now - very happy with them.

Here some speedtests

to california at 10:20PM saturday

to wellington 10:20pm saturday


and we use about 6 TB a month now


what sort of connection is this?





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  # 1057310 31-May-2014 23:38
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hio77:
Set2k: Anyway So Just in case anyone is consider orcon I have been with them couple months now - very happy with them.

Here some speedtests

to california at 10:20PM saturday

to wellington 10:20pm saturday


and we use about 6 TB a month now


what sort of connection is this?

it is just a orcon vdsl unlimited connection.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1057313 31-May-2014 23:45
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Set2k:
hio77:
Set2k: Anyway So Just in case anyone is consider orcon I have been with them couple months now - very happy with them.

Here some speedtests

to california at 10:20PM saturday

to wellington 10:20pm saturday


and we use about 6 TB a month now


what sort of connection is this?

it is just a orcon vdsl unlimited connection.


How close are you to the cabinet?







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  # 1057315 31-May-2014 23:46
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Set2k:
hio77:
Set2k: Anyway So Just in case anyone is consider orcon I have been with them couple months now - very happy with them.

Here some speedtests

to california at 10:20PM saturday

to wellington 10:20pm saturday


and we use about 6 TB a month now


what sort of connection is this?

it is just a orcon vdsl unlimited connection.


your speedtests are a little inaccurate in that case.




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  # 1057316 31-May-2014 23:47
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solaybro:
Set2k:
hio77:
Set2k: Anyway So Just in case anyone is consider orcon I have been with them couple months now - very happy with them.

Here some speedtests

to california at 10:20PM saturday

to wellington 10:20pm saturday


and we use about 6 TB a month now


what sort of connection is this?

it is just a orcon vdsl unlimited connection.


How close are you to the cabinet?


The extremely rounded figures dont align with VDSL and you wont get 68Mbp/s throughput down, Maybe 66 on a good day. The upload is wrong by a country mile.



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  # 1057317 31-May-2014 23:47
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solaybro:
Set2k:
hio77:
Set2k: Anyway So Just in case anyone is consider orcon I have been with them couple months now - very happy with them.

Here some speedtests

to california at 10:20PM saturday

to wellington 10:20pm saturday


and we use about 6 TB a month now


what sort of connection is this?

it is just a orcon vdsl unlimited connection.


How close are you to the cabinet?
10m max as the crow flies, 30m if walking (estimates)



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  # 1057318 31-May-2014 23:49
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TimA:
solaybro:
Set2k:
hio77:
Set2k: Anyway So Just in case anyone is consider orcon I have been with them couple months now - very happy with them.

Here some speedtests

to california at 10:20PM saturday

to wellington 10:20pm saturday


and we use about 6 TB a month now


what sort of connection is this?

it is just a orcon vdsl unlimited connection.


How close are you to the cabinet?


The extremely rounded figures dont align with VDSL and you wont get 68Mbp/s throughput down, Maybe 66 on a good day. The upload is wrong by a country mile.
Really you think the upload is wrong? Everyone I know on vdsl gets a solid 10-11 mbps up

 
 
 
 


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  # 1057319 31-May-2014 23:51
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Set2k:
TimA:
solaybro:
Set2k:
hio77:
Set2k: Anyway So Just in case anyone is consider orcon I have been with them couple months now - very happy with them.

Here some speedtests

to california at 10:20PM saturday

to wellington 10:20pm saturday


and we use about 6 TB a month now


what sort of connection is this?

it is just a orcon vdsl unlimited connection.


How close are you to the cabinet?


The extremely rounded figures dont align with VDSL and you wont get 68Mbp/s throughput down, Maybe 66 on a good day. The upload is wrong by a country mile.
Really you think the upload is wrong? Everyone I know on vdsl gets a solid 10-11 mbps up


your speedtest shows 12 and 13 mbit.

the max the dslam will sync at for upload is 10360kbit.


so clearly theres something iffy about your speedtests, ild say the flashplayer is bursting and getting very confused.




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  # 1057320 31-May-2014 23:52
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Set2k: Anyway So Just in case anyone is consider orcon I have been with them couple months now - very happy with them.

Here some speedtests

to california at 10:20PM saturday

to wellington 10:20pm saturday


and we use about 6 TB a month now


Those speed tests look wrong.
Apart from being suspiciously round numbers, they just seem way to high for vdsl, even on a fantastic 17a connection.



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  # 1057321 31-May-2014 23:54
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hio77:
Set2k:
TimA:
solaybro:
Set2k:
hio77:
Set2k: Anyway So Just in case anyone is consider orcon I have been with them couple months now - very happy with them.

Here some speedtests

to california at 10:20PM saturday

to wellington 10:20pm saturday


and we use about 6 TB a month now


what sort of connection is this?

it is just a orcon vdsl unlimited connection.


How close are you to the cabinet?


The extremely rounded figures dont align with VDSL and you wont get 68Mbp/s throughput down, Maybe 66 on a good day. The upload is wrong by a country mile.
Really you think the upload is wrong? Everyone I know on vdsl gets a solid 10-11 mbps up


your speedtest shows 12 and 13 mbit.

the max the dslam will sync at for upload is 10360kbit.


so clearly theres something iffy about your speedtests, ild say the flashplayer is bursting and getting very confused.
flashplayer kept crashing so it was hard to do these speed tests, so maybe that is the problem? Also i do have a local web cache running (so i ignore most speedtests which are 900mbps etc)



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  # 1057322 31-May-2014 23:55
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Do think it the web cache that did it? (One on my local network)

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  # 1057323 31-May-2014 23:58
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Set2k: Do think it the web cache that did it? (One on my local network)


well, do you happen to use netlimiter to set your speeds so your little cache server doesnt always give 900mbit tests?




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  # 1057324 1-Jun-2014 00:06
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Set2k: Do think it the web cache that did it? (One on my local network)


well, do you happen to use netlimiter to set your speeds so your little cache server doesnt always give 900mbit tests?
never heard of it.... the cache expires after 12 hours so i just choose different server.

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Set2k:
hio77:
Set2k: Do think it the web cache that did it? (One on my local network)


well, do you happen to use netlimiter to set your speeds so your little cache server doesnt always give 900mbit tests?
never heard of it.... the cache expires after 12 hours so i just choose different server.


the fact of the ballooned values and the very VERY rounded values, ild bet its the case.. how about trying without the cache?




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  # 1057415 1-Jun-2014 10:22
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hio77:
Set2k:
hio77:
Set2k: Do think it the web cache that did it? (One on my local network)


well, do you happen to use netlimiter to set your speeds so your little cache server doesnt always give 900mbit tests?
never heard of it.... the cache expires after 12 hours so i just choose different server.


the fact of the ballooned values and the very VERY rounded values, i bet its the case.. how about trying without the cache?
Ok So i got the cache disabled but the speed hasn't dropped much, but I don't think I would call the numbers rounded, I used a different pc this time, my other one refuses to load speedtest now (only the flash applet)

Anyway to wellington at 10:15AM Sunday



And to California at 10:20AM sunday



Both are on the unlimited plan

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