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  Reply # 486482 27-Jun-2011 16:03
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I get 15Mbps from Windows update and Apple iTunes, I expect they're both on Akami. To the US I get 2-3Mbps from my server via ftp.




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  Reply # 486484 27-Jun-2011 16:07
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timmmay: I get 15Mbps from Windows update and Apple iTunes, I expect they're both on Akami. To the US I get 2-3Mbps from my server via ftp.

That's correct, Apple uses Akami.




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  Reply # 486550 27-Jun-2011 19:18
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Akamai, using Xnet's Akamai servers, as an Xnet fibre customer:
Can get 3.6MB/s (~30Mbps) download speed using my Xnet fibre connection for Apple and Microsoft updates sometimes.




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  Reply # 486609 27-Jun-2011 21:54
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Try these files:

http://appldnld.apple.com/iTunes10/041-1632.20110607.SUch3/iTunes10.3.1.dmg
- Apple Akamai (~78MB)

http://download.microsoft.com/download/d/3/0/d30e32d8-418a-469d-b600-f32ce3edf42d/WindowsXP-KB936929... - Microsoft Akamai (~313MB)



Both download at 1.71 MBytes/sec this is on a laptop connected by N 300 wifi router, connecting at 138Mbit on the laptops N reciever. Will try the desktop later which is ethernet connection to the router

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  Reply # 486612 27-Jun-2011 21:57
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I got W7 beta, 2.7 Gb in 22 minutes. Thats 2.14 Mbytes /sec , I'm on 17mbit connect rate, which was fully used



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  Reply # 486664 27-Jun-2011 23:42
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Noodles: Try these files:

http://appldnld.apple.com/iTunes10/041-1632.20110607.SUch3/iTunes10.3.1.dmg
- Apple Akamai (~78MB) 



So I tried download this file using Getright, so I could graph the download speed.  Look at this weird pattern.  It climbs to a peak, can't seem to handle it and then drops to almost nothing, and then repeats.  Is this normal?  What might it indicate?








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  Reply # 486676 28-Jun-2011 01:17
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From my Linode:

admin@sakura:~$ wget http://cachefly.cachefly.net/100mb.test
--2011-06-27 09:16:13-- http://cachefly.cachefly.net/100mb.test
Resolving cachefly.cachefly.net... 205.234.175.175
Connecting to cachefly.cachefly.net|205.234.175.175|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 104857600 (100M) [application/octet-stream]
Saving to: ?100mb.test.1?

100%[======================================>] 104,857,600 53.7M/s in 1.9s

2011-06-27 09:16:15 (53.7 MB/s) - 100mb.test

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Or local (at home) - 1.76mb/sec






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  Reply # 486842 28-Jun-2011 12:56
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Bumping. Can anyone comment on the graph above that shows my download stop-start-stop-starting?

Is this usual download behaviour or indicative of a problem?

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