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Pgoodwin1 last won the day on January 6

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  1. Make sure the provider guaranteed speed doesn't say "up to XXMbps"
  2. @CA3LE I think that would be useful too.
  3. If you go to your Results page (see Results link near top of the home page), right under the plot, there are so buttons to select Avg Max for instance:
  4. Keep calling them about the problem. Be polite, but be persistent.
  5. I had a problem similar to this once and it turned out to be an intermittently bad router. I got similar high and low speeds during each test. Over a period of a month it was about the same - widely varying speeds. After that it got progressively worse, then the unit finally stopped working. There are a lot of possibilities for what the problem is. Try plugging an Ethernet cable directly from your computer to your modem. If the results are consistently good, then your problem is between the modem and your computer..
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  7. I'm not sure what the difference in the test servers are for your data. Some are the star DK and some are the flag DK.
  8. Keep calling them. Be polite.
  9. Call your ISP and tell them about this. Call when it's slow. If they say there's nothing wrong, at least you get it on record that you are having trouble during parts of the day. If enough people call with a similar problem, they will probably do something. Be polite, but keep calling them.
  10. It looks like you are using Multithreaded testing. Disable Multithread and choose the nearest test server to you. to disable Multithread, use the link at the top right of the home page. Choose a test server using the link at the top right - next to the Multithread link. test a few times and post the results here.
  11. That would make it impossible. I don't have an answer for you. The site operator will see this before too long.
  12. Why impossible?
  13. I hope they don't change things here
  14. @DESB. What TWC are you using? My TWC Cincinnati doesn't seem to be any different than it was months ago.
  15. I'm not sure it's throttled down or not. I just tested from Cincinnati, OH USA where I typically get about 50-60 Mbps down and 5.7 up depending on time of day when testing to the New York server. i ran some tests to the Singapore and Bangalore servers and got 10-20 Mbps down and 2.5-4.5 up at 10:15 AM on a Sunday morning (not a really busy time on the internet). So I was about 1/6 to 1/3 or so of my max when going that distance. You got about 1/5, so I'd say that's probably about what to expect going that far.