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# 205656 22-Nov-2016 00:41
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What speed are you getting?
Newshosting's giving me 25MB/s which is a 5th of my ISP speed, wondering if you guys are pulling anything better.


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  # 1675298 22-Nov-2016 07:20
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200Mbps sounds pretty asesome for a Usenet feed. I doubt you'll get any better than that - if you're wondering why you really do need to understand how threaded connections work and why you'll never get 1Gbps to the entire Internet which in itself if the reason why Gigabit plans are pointless for 99% of people.

 

 


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  # 1675312 22-Nov-2016 08:13
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Ask end users connected to a Conklin cabinet and then tell them the speed you are getting

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  # 1675891 23-Nov-2016 10:59
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300Mbps, but I think it is the PC that is the ceiling.


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  # 1676040 23-Nov-2016 13:55
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newgroup ninja with 50 connections as primary, usually around 30Mbytes/second download, sometimes around 35 on UFB Bigpipe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  # 1676070 23-Nov-2016 14:20
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30-70MB/s depending on the time of day, yet to see it go any higher. This is on Tweaknews.


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  # 1676130 23-Nov-2016 14:52
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Check out our latest monthly report - especially take a look at the 200Mb/s fibre results.  Checking our GigE panelists their results are very similar - especially the non-speed tests, where the performance is fundamentally no different from much slower fibre speeds. (we have 9 GigE at present because we are not asking panelists to return the probes while we discuss/review testing the service)

 

October report here


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  # 1676132 23-Nov-2016 14:56
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I use Easynews, but over http, and get my connection speed most of the time (~100 mbps).


 
 
 
 


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  # 1676151 23-Nov-2016 15:00
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JohnButt:

 

Check out our latest monthly report - especially take a look at the 200Mb/s fibre results.  Checking our GigE panelists their results are very similar - especially the non-speed tests, where the performance is fundamentally no different from much slower fibre speeds. (we have 9 GigE at present because we are not asking panelists to return the probes while we discuss/review testing the service)

 

October report here

 

 

 

 

depends what your doing, but usenet and torrent users wouldn't necessarily agree with the above :) 

 

 

 

im definitely never going back to 200/200 from my 1000/500

 

 

 

 


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  # 1676152 23-Nov-2016 15:00
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plas:

 

30-70MB/s depending on the time of day, yet to see it go any higher. This is on Tweaknews.

 

 

 

 

really??

 

From US servers?

 

Screenshot please!





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  # 1676172 23-Nov-2016 15:23
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I get between 6-8MB/s from my US based provider and my VDSL line is 70/30Mbps

 

 


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  # 1676190 23-Nov-2016 15:54
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So many things break down at high access speed (and especially with high latency)... I'd assert that virtually all 'gig' speedtests are badly compromised or extremely narrow in their applicability.

 

I've seen completely reasonable 10Mbps speeds on a gig line (ie. that result was exactly what I expected) and I have constructed tests showing a genuine 900+Mbps on the same line from the US.

 

The takeaway there?

 

I've got two completely valid tests on the same gig line. One is 10Mbps, the other is over 900Mbps.

 

Without a significant amount of context around both, neither is actually a useful measure.

 

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  # 1676270 23-Nov-2016 17:29
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Line speed (100Mbps). I know better than to waste more money on a gig line right now.


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  # 1676295 23-Nov-2016 18:41
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JohnButt:

 

Check out our latest monthly report - especially take a look at the 200Mb/s fibre results.  Checking our GigE panelists their results are very similar - especially the non-speed tests, where the performance is fundamentally no different from much slower fibre speeds. (we have 9 GigE at present because we are not asking panelists to return the probes while we discuss/review testing the service)

 

October report here

 

 

 

 

I'm confused, no sign of NNTP or usenet found on that page?


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  # 1676297 23-Nov-2016 18:45
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UHD:

 

Line speed (100Mbps). I know better than to waste more money on a gig line right now.

 

 

 

 

300Mbps down for NNTP, kids streaming 4K youtube at the same time. Loving my gig line.


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  # 1676906 24-Nov-2016 18:02
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Shindig:

 

plas:

 

30-70MB/s depending on the time of day, yet to see it go any higher. This is on Tweaknews.

 

 

 

 

really??

 

From US servers?

 

Screenshot please!

 

 

 

 

EU servers, taken just now.

 

 

 

 

 


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