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Topic # 30441 8-Feb-2009 20:33
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Hi All,

Just wanted to get a view from other Snap users out there about performance.  my connection seems to be crawling - especially downloads.  anyone having similar issues. here are my latest results from speedtest.net - these are typical for the past month any time of the day or night:



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Carl

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  Reply # 194801 8-Feb-2009 21:02
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supersimmo: Hi All,

Just wanted to get a view from other Snap users out there about performance.  my connection seems to be crawling - especially downloads.  anyone having similar issues. here are my latest results from speedtest.net - these are typical for the past month any time of the day or night:

[URL=https://www.speedtest.net][IMG]https://www.speedtest.net/result/406705381.png[/IMG][/URL]

Cheers.
Carl


no problems here.. hitting 500kB/s constant from Rapidshare servers on during scheduled download times between 2am and 6am.

have you checked to see if theres been any changes in your line synch speed?




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  Reply # 194835 9-Feb-2009 07:27
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sync speed has fallen through the floor it seems.  down at 192kbps and up at 768kbps

i have emailled support to see whether there is some sort of throttling going on perhaps?  what else could have caused this?

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  Reply # 194838 9-Feb-2009 08:18
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snap dont throttle.

theres obviously some major line interference.. do an isolation test.. if that doesnt increase the line speed.. it could be external.




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