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  Reply # 42512 26-Jul-2006 11:19
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Xtra Don't know what plan. (Work)

Download Speed: 5869 kbps (733.6 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 688 kbps (86 KB/sec transfer rate)

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  Reply # 42563 27-Jul-2006 08:22
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TCL 2Mbs/2Mbs plan 1935/1893 (kbps) or or 241.9KBsec/236.6KBsec.

Seems about right I guess

(Khandallah exchange)

Presumably when the plan gets upgraded to 4Mbs downloads will be in the 400+KBsec range?




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  Reply # 42564 27-Jul-2006 08:37
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Xtra Broadband Adventure (3.5M/128k)
Location: Mount Eden, Auckland

Download Speed: 3570 kbps (446.3 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 105 kbps (13.1 KB/sec transfer rate)

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Reply # 42612 27-Jul-2006 22:18
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OMG.... why am I so slow?

I'm on the Telstra 10GB plan which is 4mb/2mb (or before the upgrade)

and it gives me:

Download Speed: 238 kbps (29.8 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 118 kbps (14.8 KB/sec transfer rate)

*cries*

Srsly, this cant be right!

(im on wireless)











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  Reply # 42614 27-Jul-2006 22:29
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It's not 4Mb yet.
First of all see what speeds you get when you aren't using wireless to see if that's the problem.

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  Reply # 42622 27-Jul-2006 23:07
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Zach: It's not 4Mb yet.
First of all see what speeds you get when you aren't using wireless to see if that's the problem.


Wired test:

Download Speed: 238 kbps (29.8 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 117 kbps (14.6 KB/sec transfer rate)

Maybe I'm on a slower plan?....... I'm pretty sure my usage meter goes up to 7-8 GB every month and i do not get overcharged.





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  Reply # 42623 27-Jul-2006 23:13
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2004-02-27 to 2004-03-26 2285.20 234.84 2308.68
2004-03-27 to 2004-04-26 2676.06 453.98 2721.45
2004-04-27 to 2004-05-26 2415.44 352.68 2450.71
2004-05-27 to 2004-06-26 5788.64 398.62 5828.50
2004-06-27 to 2004-07-26 3994.58 441.81 4038.76
2004-07-27 to 2004-08-26 5670.14 662.30 5736.37
2004-08-27 to 2004-09-26 3619.91 283.83 3648.29
2004-09-27 to 2004-10-26 5712.81 398.08 5752.62
2004-10-27 to 2004-11-26 7993.24 468.99 8040.14
2004-11-27 to 2004-12-26 6019.77 339.42 6053.71
2004-12-27 to 2005-01-26 3766.64 545.13 3821.15
2005-01-27 to 2005-02-26 7304.26 526.79 7356.94
2005-02-27 to 2005-03-26 5253.44 439.92 5297.43
2005-03-27 to 2005-04-26 4560.82 397.36 4600.56
2005-04-27 to 2005-05-26 6234.76 670.14 6301.77
2005-05-27 to 2005-06-26 5577.69 1131.31 5690.82
2005-06-27 to 2005-07-26 3152.94 595.56 3212.50
2005-07-27 to 2005-08-26 4984.69 2171.14 5201.81
2005-08-27 to 2005-09-26 7502.14 895.45 7591.68
2005-09-27 to 2005-10-26 3405.81 812.32 3487.04
2005-10-27 to 2005-11-26 5183.19 503.80 5233.57
2005-11-27 to 2005-12-26 1847.99 1474.60 1995.45
2005-12-27 to 2006-01-26 3140.41 699.61 3210.37
2006-01-27 to 2006-02-26 5393.41 623.04 5455.72
2006-02-27 to 2006-03-26 4730.90 876.55 4818.56
2006-03-27 to 2006-04-26 5042.62 984.04 5141.03
2006-04-27 to 2006-05-26 2613.60 1164.06 2730.00
2006-05-27 to 2006-06-26 3881.13 734.34 3954.56
2006-06-27 to 2006-07-26 3593.84 767.46 3670.59


as you can see, I defenetly used more than 5GB in the past, and never been overcharged, so I assume I'm on the 10GB plan. But even if I was on the 5GB one, its my speed somewhat... alarming?





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Reply # 42624 27-Jul-2006 23:37
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even more odd... the wired connection goes for a few minutes then stops... only the sending data light is on... as soon as i switch to wireless everything goes back to normality





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  Reply # 42649 28-Jul-2006 09:24
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James Bond:
Zach: It's not 4Mb yet.
First of all see what speeds you get when you aren't using wireless to see if that's the problem.




Wired test:



Download Speed: 238 kbps (29.8 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 117 kbps (14.6 KB/sec transfer rate)



Maybe I'm on a slower plan?....... I'm pretty sure my usage meter goes up to 7-8 GB every month and i do not get overcharged.


All TCL plans are 2Mbs upload from what I can gather so you ought to be seeing the same range of numbers for upload as for download.

I have a strange thing about my connection that I can't work out. My upload measured 236.6 KB/sec which looked right. But when I tested it in reality it was quite different. Two different real world tests

1. ftp a file to my web server in the US. Max speed 35Kb/sec
2. Set myself up as a ftp server and got a friend in the US who has a 6mbs DSL plan to ftp a file from me. He regularly gets 300KB/sec or more download speeds. But the max speed he could get from me was 30KB/sec which is really strange.

Anybody out there who has any real world experiences with their uploads speeds rather than http tests?




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  Reply # 42700 28-Jul-2006 11:54
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James Bond: even more odd... the wired connection goes for a few minutes then stops... only the sending data light is on... as soon as i switch to wireless everything goes back to normality


Completely OT, but...

Do a site survey and make sure you're ap isn't on the same channel as something else.  Try to pick a non overlapping channel.

The AP might be trying to auto neg a channel when it restarts, hence why the problem goes away.

HTH

Cheers Don

Ps:  If you want to respond to this and ask more questions then please start a new threed and post a link to it in a response in this threed.  That way we don't piss everyone else off... yes I am the kettle calling the pots black, so don't bother to frame me :)






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  Reply # 42779 29-Jul-2006 02:55
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TelstraClear 20GB 4Mbps/2Mbps:

Download Speed: 3924 kbps (490.5 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 1894 kbps (236.8 KB/sec transfer rate)




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  Reply # 42839 30-Jul-2006 08:42
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Telstraclear 10GB 4mbs/2mbs

3753/1634

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  Reply # 42841 30-Jul-2006 08:48
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Seems a couple of you guys have been upgraded already. While I got the e-mail I am still on 2Mbs down. Maybe on Tuesday (Aug 1?)




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  Reply # 42850 30-Jul-2006 11:30
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I upgraded from a 5mb plan over the phone from work on Friday

They told me I would have the new speed when I got home still old speed, as it was yesterday.
Thought would give it a few days

This morning when I turned the computer on I was off-line to their network.  I rang the help deks, they fixed that problem and at the same time upgraded the speed to 4mb


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