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Topic # 26856 5-Oct-2008 23:14
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Hi,

I'd like to know how Orcon is performing at this time of night. Please use https://www.speedtest.net/ to L.A, USA

Snap is currently maxing out at:


Thanking you,
Fred.




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  Reply # 169219 6-Oct-2008 01:57
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I'm SNAP's night owl customer



1.57 am




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  Reply # 169244 6-Oct-2008 09:53
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This is what I get at 10 in the morning.  I will update again tonight with a comparison.  :)




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  Reply # 169246 6-Oct-2008 09:57
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Thanks for th post.

Seems orcon is faster... much rather see when orcon is like with snap is doing its usual 700kb around peak times.
Perhaps tonight at ten we do a comparison post :)



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  Reply # 169413 6-Oct-2008 21:00
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Orcon UBA @9pm

https://www.speedtest.net/result/334396941.png

2917 down 125 up



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  Reply # 169436 6-Oct-2008 22:18
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but to LA (WOW):



and Berlin.. :(




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  Reply # 169503 7-Oct-2008 10:26
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Sorry I lost the link to my test last night but it was about 1500 down at 10 last night on Orcon, so there is a pretty noticable drop at that time of day on Orcon aswell.  :)

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