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# 261844 17-Dec-2019 20:02
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Had fibre and gigantic t plan for a few days. I also have a Samknows box.

 

Download speeds for domestic tests are perfect.

 

Speeds to Sydney bounce between 13Mbps to 700/800's . Usually the lower 

 

But speeds from SFC and LND are consistently around 50 to 66 Mbps

 

I see in the latest Samknows report than international speeds are way higher than this. Like 179 for SFC and 199  from LND

 

. I seem to be getting international speeds reported on for a 100Mbps plan.

 

Is there a fault somewhere up the line?


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  # 2378809 19-Dec-2019 22:35
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. . .

 

what @ben28 says:

 

wildly varying speeds from a near-fortnight test in Forrest Hill.

 

Also alarming latency spikes via net monitoring tool *

 

> 2k+ jitter not good, right?

 

Both PCs (win7pro i5 desktop, lubuntu 64 laptop) ethernet wired, updated, malware checked etc. 

 

* PRTG

 

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