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  Reply # 375444 1-Sep-2010 19:30
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haakuturi: Ah ok, if you're on the Pro then my idea before was wrong (which is a good thing!)

Not entirely sure what the error is, if other people are getting good speeds =/


Im on SS 25GB FS/FS plan too.

But Strange it get the same speed on the US and Europe servers... But others here get good speeds... very strange.

What IP did the file download from for the fast people?


$ wget http://www.wouxun.cn/KG-UVD1P/KG-UVD1Puser.zip
--2010-09-01 00:29:46--  http://www.wouxun.cn/KG-UVD1P/KG-UVD1Puser.zip
Resolving www.wouxun.cn... 121.199.103.237
Connecting to www.wouxun.cn|121.199.103.237|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 13472898 (13M) [application/x-zip-compressed]
Saving to: `KG-UVD1Puser.zip'

 0% [                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ] 364         8.95B/s  eta 19d 50h 
 

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  Reply # 375445 1-Sep-2010 19:30
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umm not the same as the op but still a slow 9kBps for just under 30 mins to dl



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  Reply # 375451 1-Sep-2010 19:46
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Hmmm, I just downloaded a torrent file and got 100kb/sec. Also downloaded a file from Microsoft. Its going along at 600 kb/sec. Why can't I download the file I want from www.wouxun.com any better than 190 bytes/sec. It sounds like a slingshot issue if others are able to get this file okay. Might give them a ring.

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  Reply # 375473 1-Sep-2010 20:29
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Getting 878KB/sec here Telecom DSL

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  Reply # 375509 1-Sep-2010 21:36
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I'm running the same plan as the op, just started downloading it. Seems pretty quick, just 19 hours to go lol 200b/s

/s 

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  Reply # 375529 1-Sep-2010 23:11
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Just tried on Orcon (FS/FS) and it was coming in at around 25kb/sec

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  Reply # 375567 2-Sep-2010 08:18
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Im on the slingshot justbroadband plan and getting a whopping 200b/s too

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  Reply # 375603 2-Sep-2010 09:48
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Yeah good old slighshot Im on pro too and have lodged formal complaint, Downloads are crazy slow and speeds have gotten way worse sine AYCE was released if they cant resolve there issues ill be gone worse isp in NZ




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  Reply # 375975 2-Sep-2010 20:53
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scottjames84: Im on the slingshot justbroadband plan and getting a whopping 200b/s too


same speed here.

 

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Reply # 376934 5-Sep-2010 17:38
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[URL=https://www.speedtest.net][IMG]https://www.speedtest.net/result/941132460.png[/IMG][/URL]

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  Reply # 376953 5-Sep-2010 18:34
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Downloading from steam tonight trying to finish TF2, started off at 1.3MB/s then dropped to around 80-100kbps and holding.

http://i55.tinypic.com/2mnq9uw.png

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