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  # 2359168 22-Nov-2019 09:15
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XinfinityoO:

alavaliant: I'm in Wellington with gigabit on 2degrees (for the record I have a static IP so I'm not going through CG-NAT). My speedtest numbers tonight; Wellington; 917 Mbps down, 508 Mbps up Christchurch; 880 Mbps down, 471 Mbps up Auckland; 802 Mbps down, 443 Mbps up Sydney; 772 Mbps down, 366 Mbps up Los Angeles; 497 Mbps down, 140 Mbps up

 

Are you paying 10$ month for the static ??

 

 

I am paying for the static IP. The cost doesn't concern me so much, since I got a static ip many years ago, well before the CG-NAT rollout.

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  # 2359177 22-Nov-2019 09:23
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wratterus:

 

Got a client on gigabit with 2D top of SI and can get around 850/480 to Sydney with 41ms ping. 

 

 

 

Getting around 600/100 to LA with 143ms ping however that is in a browser in Windows, and the speeds are still climbing when the test finishes so I'm quite sure the actual speeds are better than that. 

 

 

What about Wellington? 


 
 
 
 


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  # 2359179 22-Nov-2019 09:27
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To Spark 580/200, Xtreme 400/400.

 

To Spark in Auckland is like 600/480


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