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Master Geek
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  Reply # 143241 5-Jul-2008 15:40
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@Kinetic Unfortunately I can't even get 10% of that for my international speeds...GO ORCON!

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  Reply # 143243 5-Jul-2008 15:44
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speed test

hmm it seems that my connection has "better" speeds internationally seems over the years my ping has got higher tho

no more 79 ping to aussie severs or 170 to usa :( go telecom!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 143244 5-Jul-2008 16:00
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Heres my International speed and latency.

PS, I was only on 1-2 bars (of 4) on my wireless when I done the test so thats probably why my download speed wasn't as fast as it normally is.

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  Reply # 143246 5-Jul-2008 16:21
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TechnoGuy001: Heres my?International?speed and?latency.

PS, I was only on 1-2 bars (of 4) on my wireless when I done the test so thats?probably?why my download speed wasn't as fast as it?normally?is.

I dream of speeds like that. I'll trade 10mbits of local speed for 1mbit of intl speed.

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  Reply # 143250 5-Jul-2008 16:38
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wonderferret:
TechnoGuy001: Heres my?International?speed and?latency.

PS, I was only on 1-2 bars (of 4) on my wireless when I done the test so thats?probably?why my download speed wasn't as fast as it?normally?is.


I dream of speeds like that. I'll trade 10mbits of local speed for 1mbit of intl speed.

Well you can have all 2.2mbit of my speed after the 22nd (im moving to slingshot then Laughing

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  Reply # 143263 5-Jul-2008 19:14
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TechnoGuy001: Well you can have all 2.2mbit of my speed after the 22nd (im moving to slingshot then Laughing

Stay the hell away from my 0.3mbps of int'l! Cry




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  Reply # 143264 5-Jul-2008 19:28
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Detruire:
TechnoGuy001: Well you can have all 2.2mbit of my speed after the 22nd (im moving to slingshot then Laughing

Stay the hell away from my 0.3mbps of int'l! Cry

Ill do my beat.

ooh looks like I got some more International speed Laughing

But don't you guys worry im not using it tonight, im watching TV, so it's all yours :) enjoy! Smile

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  Reply # 143265 5-Jul-2008 19:31
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I'm on ADSL1 with Vodafone:




Anybody want to use my bandwidth? Laughing




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  Reply # 143415 6-Jul-2008 18:32
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manhinli: I'm on ADSL1 with Vodafone:




Anybody want to use my bandwidth? Laughing

Dude, that is pretty good speed for local and international!

And a big thanks to everyone who has posted a reply, it's been fascinating seeing what everyone's speeds are.!

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  Reply # 143819 7-Jul-2008 14:40
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At the office, Telstra ADSL:






Appalling to say the least.




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  Reply # 143847 7-Jul-2008 15:09
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New Xnet Fusion connection, daytime. I`m very close to my exchange, that helps I guess.








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  Reply # 145144 8-Jul-2008 23:08
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StatisticsDownstreamUpstream
Line Rate23818 Kbps1225 Kbps
Attainable Line Rate26863 Kbps1229 Kbps


DateIP AddressDownloadUploadLatencyServerDistanceShare
7/8/2008 11:05 AM GMT118.93.2.2335838 kb/s371 kb/s201 msLos Angeles, CA~ 6500 miClose
7/8/2008 11:04 AM GMT118.93.2.2337628 kb/s801 kb/s111 msSydney~ 1300 miOpen
7/8/2008 11:02 AM GMT118.93.2.23312342 kb/s928 kb/s225 msAuckland~ 150 miOpen


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  Reply # 147175 12-Jul-2008 17:11
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Im with ICONZ FS/FS ... they are running out of bandwidth to their DHCP customers and its showing (sync 7616/761)


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  Reply # 148251 15-Jul-2008 19:34
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Auckland



Wellington




http://www.consumerspeedtest.org.nz/


Download: 11324 kb/s
Upload: 838 kb/s


All roughly the same with the main noticeable difference being the ping times between Auckland (WXC) and Wellington (CityLink)



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