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  # 2253422 6-Jun-2019 23:08
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That looks more like your connection is simply heavily in use...





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  # 2253479 7-Jun-2019 00:27
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Yay I'm not the only one goin crazy. I have noticed the 15ms increase to Aussie. Used to me 29-31 now it's 44-48

Speeds are still insane 940/540 to Aussie at peak time :)

 
 
 
 




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  # 2253948 7-Jun-2019 15:47
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hio77:

 

That looks more like your connection is simply heavily in use...

 

 

 

 

Neither of my flat mates were online. I had no other devices online except my Desktop and iPhone, neither of which were doing anything. There's no way I had a background process using 800+mbps, especially as I double checked everything before and after.


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  # 2253957 7-Jun-2019 15:58
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Sounddude:

 

 

 

Per-Flow if you want to get really technical.

 

 

 

:-)

 

 

 

 

ohhh, you have lagged SC and Hawaiki together (or ECMP?), that's both odd and interesting....


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  # 2253959 7-Jun-2019 16:26
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60 ms ping to Aus.. just like in the days of interleaved DSL...👍




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  # 2253970 7-Jun-2019 16:56
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Yup, I got lower latency on my interleaved DSL connection... The speed also seems to have a mind of its own. Something is up.


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  # 2254130 7-Jun-2019 23:21
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Definitely something up.

 

 

 

 

These used to be max speed

 

 

local connection to Vocus is still good which makes me think the international pipes are slow.

 


 
 
 
 


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  # 2254135 8-Jun-2019 00:44
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PLEASE don’t use Speedtest as a source of your connection being healthy or not. It simply isn’t accurate currently.




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  # 2254151 8-Jun-2019 08:55
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shrub:

 

Definitely something up.

 

 

 

 

Those are extremely good results, you should be very very happy with what you see there. You need to reset your expectations of what you think the internet is if you have an issue with those results.




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  # 2254389 8-Jun-2019 15:19
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noroad:

 

shrub:

 

Definitely something up.

 

 

 

 

Those are extremely good results, you should be very very happy with what you see there. You need to reset your expectations of what you think the internet is if you have an issue with those results.

 

 

 

 

While the speeds may still be considered good, I don't understand the sudden decline in quality. I've been getting very solid latency and speed on my Gigabit connection since last June / July when I upgraded. There has to be something going on for it to drop like this. My results across all platforms are the same. Its not just speedtest giving me slower speeds / higher latency. 


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