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xs1 last won the day on January 16

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  1. Seems ok. May be a routing issue on your end. give it a couple days.
  2. Thats not bad considering the distance. Im in Florida on 150/150 &...
  3. ^ Read That first - Its Called bandwidth shaping. Verizon/ Frontier does the same thing https://forums.verizon.com/t5/Fios-Internet/Why-is-Verizon-Shaping-my-bandwidth/td-p/584349 Pics: Single stream & multistream: http://testmy.net/ipb/uploads/monthly_05_2013/post-522-0-44155500-1369898122.jpg Multistream: http://testmy.net/ipb/uploads/monthly_05_2013/post-522-0-80173800-1369898480.png
  4. Id put the old splitter back in and retest. I've had shit luck with splitters over the years and found that the original one that come with the setup works the best.
  5. Seems pretty accurate to me.
  6. looks good!
  7. Ok, well this is obviously above my pay grade so im reaching out to all you networking geniuses. Yes, occasionally even i get stumped & need you brainiacs to set me straight. Now when doing a tracert, i know their is going to be routers that block ping, trace, uPnP, echo requests etc.. but I've never seen it block ALL routing to it... until now. Can someone please tell me how this is possible? The entire route is blocked. Only info im able to obtain is the hostname; "pool-72-***-****-50.tampfl.fios.verizon.net" - How is it possible to block the entire route?
  8. I've been fighting that issue for years now. Speedtest.net shows me at 150/160 - testmy shows me at 35/4. Not really sure the reasoning, but its frustrating.
  9. Yea, those speeds are a bit unlikely, power boost or otherwise. I wonder if its the way its being received is skewing the results.
  10. :::.. Internet Speed Test Result Details ..::: Download Connection Speed:: 124190 Kbps or 124.2 Mbps Download Speed Test Size:: 110.1 MB or 112729 kB or 115434540 bytes Download Binary File Transfer Speed:: 15524 kB/s or 15.5 MB/s Upload Connection Speed:: 31295 Kbps or 31.3 Mbps Upload Speed Test Size:: 20 MB or 20480 kB or 20971520 bytes Upload Binary File Transfer Speed:: 3912 kB/s or 3.9 MB/s Timed:: Download: 7.436 seconds | Upload: 5.361 seconds Tested At:: http://TestMy.net Test Time:: 2015-08-20 13:16:55 Local Time Client Location:: Sarasota, FL US http://testmy.net/city/sarasota_fl Target:: Dallas, TX US http://testmy.net/multithread Validation:: http://testmy.net/db/g0Z8NsH.fYU39mJj Client Stats:: http://testmy.net/compID/9988207221 User Agent:: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/44.0.2403.155 Safari/537.36 [!]
  11. Its an option, but satellite internet is strongly not recommended.. Have you looked to see if their are any ISP's in your area that offer 4G internet?? That may be cheaper and much more reliable! Well, that is depending how rural you are, if you get 4G. For example http://www.verizonwireless.com/b2c/lte-internet-installed/ Sorry, im not important anymore, so i cannot see your IP address so know where you are located..