My recollection is that, when I displayed the per-user test results records in the past, they showed the information you deduced about the relevant ISP. That information now seems to have disappeared. For those of us who have more than one ISP connection --whether at multiple locations with a portable machine or at one location with multiple connections-- that information is critically important to being able to interpret the results in any way.
If it has been removed, could you please consider restoring it? Or, if I've merely forgotten how to bring it up, could someone remind me?
If you pull your stats up you will see...
Date - Type - Test Size - Test Score - Username - Computer ID - ISP / Host - Test ID - Social
The computer ID will help you tell different connections appart (soon it will help you identify individual computers even on the same connection)
Under ISP / Host you will see what the detected host name for the test is. If you click on the hostname you will be directed to that hosts upload and download average (in comparison to the CompID that you're currently on)
Does that answer your question?
The databasing tools and how they display information to users are currently being worked on. It will stay in its current state and once the new database release is finished I'll be keeping the old database query tools around for people that are more comfortable with them. It's going to be very slick and will give our users many more options for how to display and compare results... because it's such a large build it may be released in stages. Still a couple hundred hours of programming away before I can really even say anything about it.