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:::.. Upload Speed Test Result Details ..:::
Upload Connection Speed:: 10295 Kbps or 10.3 Mbps 
Upload Speed Test Size:: 9.7 MB or 9888 kB or 10125312 bytes
Upload Binary File Transfer Speed:: 1287 kB/s or 1.3 MB/s
Tested At:: http://TestMy.netVersion 14
Test Time:: 2015-02-19 17:33:41 Local Time 
Client Location:: Indianapolis, IN US http://testmy.net/city/indianapolis_in
Target:: Dallas, TX US http://dallas.testmy.net
Client Host:: Comcast Cable http://testmy.net/hoststats/comcast_cable
Compare:: 42% faster than host avg, 47% faster than city avg, 109% faster than country avg, 211% faster than world index 
1MB Upload in 0.8 Seconds - 1GB Upload in ~14 Minutes - 184X faster than 56K
This test of exactly 9888 kB took 7.868 seconds to complete
User Agent:: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/40.0.2214.115 Safari/537.36 [!]

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Sorry for the double post. I'm very excited about this upgrade from 30 Mbit.

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Uploads to a seedbox in France and a cable customer in Norway. I'm having no issues with bittorrent yielding to web browsing and light video streaming if I keep the connection count reasonable. I only use TCP and download from at most 8-12 peers at once. Right now there is another user watching some web video in another room and she's not complaining. It's 2 PM local time.

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I did this test over Ethernet on Verizon's 25/25 plan. My Task Manager reported a consistent upload rate of about 28 Mbps, but my TMN result is about 9 Mbps lower. What's going on?

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I did this test over Ethernet on Verizon's 25/25 plan. My Task Manager reported a consistent upload rate of about 28 Mbps, but my TMN result is about 9 Mbps lower. What's going on?

It could have started slow... resulting in an overall slower speed.

If there's a large lag as the test start, or any time during... it can dramatically affect the results. You may have reached 28 Mbps but you had to wait longer than someone who's able to POP up to 28 Mbps instantly. That's reflected in your end result.

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It could have started slow... resulting in an overall slower speed.

If there's a large lag as the test start, or any time during... it can dramatically affect the results. You may have reached 28 Mbps but you had to wait longer than someone who's able to POP up to 28 Mbps instantly. That's reflected in your end result.

That would make sense, but I performed another upload test and I saturated my uplink almost immediately. The connection seemed pretty stable, too.

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I think I can do one better, well... on having the slowest tortoise...

 

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North West Electronics Bluebox, for what's suppose to be up to 10Mbps!

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