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Topic # 150045 9-Jul-2014 18:06
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Hi

I need help to test out the stability of my upload connection please. I've set up an FTP that has 3 files .bin files on it 5GB, 10GB and 50GB. What I require is people to test my upload and to see if you get any disconnects etc...

I'll be keeping a log file of your connection and how the transfers go, just so you know. It's not the FTP I am testing, just the upload capabilities of my connection. You can log in as many times as you like and there are no download limits set

You must use PASSIVE
You must use EXPLICIT SSL/TLS

203.86.202.165:56500
L: snap
P: test



If you could jot down your experience in this thread it would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance.




 

 

 


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  Reply # 1085914 9-Jul-2014 18:16
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I'll be sure to give it a belting when I get in this evening for ya.




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  Reply # 1085915 9-Jul-2014 18:18
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hio77: I'll be sure to give it a belting when I get in this evening for ya.


Thanks for that. Checking it's stability more than anything else.




 

 

 


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  Reply # 1085952 9-Jul-2014 19:07
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apart from window scaling seeming iffy, and what feels like a 3MB/s speed cap from my home line, its looking solid.

should see 3 connections coming through from me,

US (LA) ending in .14

NL (Amsterdam) ending in .71

NZ (Auckland) ending in .238


should give a good range of testing points for stability. 



best of luck with your tests!




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  Reply # 1085955 9-Jul-2014 19:11
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hio77: apart from window scaling seeming iffy, and what feels like a 3MB/s speed cap from my home line, its looking solid.

should see 3 connections coming through from me,

US (LA) ending in .14

NL (Amsterdam) ending in .71

NZ (Auckland) ending in .238


should give a good range of testing points for stability. 



best of luck with your tests!


Yes, you're rock solid here on your home - a consistent 2.8MB




 

 

 


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  Reply # 1085957 9-Jul-2014 19:13
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cjmchch:

Yes, you're rock solid here on your home - a consistent 2.8MB



yep, consistent speeds there.


saw one timeout/reconnection on the NL side so far, but i suspect that could have been on that side since it wasnt seen anywhere else.




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  Reply # 1086052 9-Jul-2014 21:20
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Sitting at a constant 1706KB/s on my connection



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  Reply # 1086078 9-Jul-2014 22:16
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It certainly seems pretty stable at just on ~8300KB's between 5 users.
I want to see if I can max it out and see how stable it is then.

Cheers for the help





 

 

 


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  Reply # 1086080 9-Jul-2014 22:18
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cjmchch: It certainly seems pretty stable at just on ~8300KB's between 5 users.
I want to see if I can max it out and see how stable it is then.

Cheers for the help



can open up another thread or two if thats your wish :)




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  Reply # 1086081 9-Jul-2014 22:20
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sure, I want it maxed out - the more threads open the better :)




 

 

 




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  Reply # 1086094 9-Jul-2014 22:36
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Rock solid:






 

 

 


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  Reply # 1086096 9-Jul-2014 22:37
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er? wrong screenshot by chance? 




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  Reply # 1086097 9-Jul-2014 22:37
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yep




 

 

 




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  Reply # 1086101 9-Jul-2014 22:40
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cjmchch: yep


Currently uploading at around 20MB per sec
so only another 5 to go :)




 

 

 


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  Reply # 1086103 9-Jul-2014 22:41
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ok then, on more go...





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  Reply # 1086104 9-Jul-2014 22:42
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nice...




 

 

 


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