thomasrelee

Problems getting correct speed measurement

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I've been conducting speed tests using your service for a while now. I would use various services to check my speed and also participate in the SamKnows Broadband testing - all speed tests used to agree with one another from service to service, with the exception of speedtest.net - which always shows results inflated by PowerBoost. I fully understand the technical aspect involved, including peak hours congestion of the Internet and other issues that can affect measurements.

On September 27, my area completed upgrades with Docsis 3.0 and was far enough along with the upgrade, they went ahead and bumped the speeds up for the lower Standard and Turbo tiers. I subscribe to the Turbo Tier, which was 10 mbps, and after the bump in speed, the tier is now rated at 15 mbps.

Since this upgrade, I have never been able to consistently test up to the 15 mbps full speed of my connection against specifically testmy.net. I have run HTTP tests, FTP tests, Java Tests, Flash Tests, etc - and do not seem to have many problems with testing from any service except this one. I do not understand where the problem is.

A quick snapshot of what I have here:

- A brand new (six-month old) RCA DCM425 cable modem provided by TWC.

- A Linux firwall/router running ClearOS using an Intel d510mo Atom system I threw together with 2GB RAM and a 500GB HD.

.....- feeding into a TrendNet 1Gbps switch with the following connect to the switch:

..........- Two PC's,

..........- One SamKnows testing device (operating in bridge mode, with nothing connected to it directly)

..........- and a Vonage adapter connected to this switch.

- All connections are using CAT-6

I first realized I was not running QOS on the Linux firewall/router, and had an idea to turn it on and see what would happen. Once I did this on September 27, I started being able to test to my maximum line rate of 15 mbps against testmy.net. Though I do not understand why this would have any effect on anything - it should not. What was weird though, is when I would turn off QOS, the tests would indicated lower speeds, and when I turned it back on, it would indicate full rated speeds. All of this occurring on September 27 - 29. Once I started receiving results that were steady and satisfactory, I left QOS on and called it fixed.

A few days passed and I come back to check speeds again - now there is nothing I can do to even come close to 15 mbps. Again, traceroutes are not showing anything wrong. I even took and directly connect my PC to the cable modem and the results were still low (6 - 10 mbps for a 15 mbps connection). These tests were conducted repeatedly night and day Oct 1 and Oct 2

I did not record the PC's connection ID or log in for the direct connected tests, but I am fully aware of the connection ID running my normal setup. It is 160470957976. I have no other problem with any one speed test not showing my connections maximum rated speed - even during peak hours.

A quick history on my connection... Up until July 14, 2011, my connection had been running horrible for 10 months. A combination of a congested cable node in addition to other things the cable company was doing wrong were to blame. It was finally resolved and everything has been smooth sailing until now. I first though - great, my cable company has screwed up the connection again, but it is not - and is only with connections to testmy.net I am experiencing problems.

It is odd and I am curious to know what is going on here. I love the testmy.net service, but it does not currently love me for some reason.

I suspect it is a peering problem, and not on TW's part... Every where else I honestly have no issues. Below is a traceroute I run multiple times during a speed test I performed before hitting POST. I do actually see several problems in these traceroutes between hops 7 & 8 where hop 8 spikes close to or over 200ms:

203.466 ms 186.419 ms 186.297 ms

53.254 ms 241.074 ms 241.300 ms

236.022 ms 220.118 ms 220.042 ms

Again, these traces were run while I was running the actual speed test. Validation Link:: http://testmy.net/db/6BeiOJf

There is even one trace below that indicates a spike between hop 6 & 7 of: 29.847 ms 172.769 ms 172.683 ms

These traceroutes are run directly from my firewall/router, so they start reading hop one at my cable modem's gateway address and not the IP of the connection...

[user@clearworld1 ~]# tracert 174.120.187.140

traceroute to 174.120.187.140 (174.120.187.140), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets

1 10.241.192.1 (10.241.192.1) 8.824 ms 8.688 ms 8.587 ms

2 gi15-0-0-3101.gnboncsg-rtr2.triad.rr.com (24.28.225.189) 11.157 ms 11.543 ms 11.569 ms

3 24.93.64.76 (24.93.64.76) 14.816 ms 14.863 ms 14.875 ms

4 107.14.19.18 (107.14.19.18) 19.183 ms 19.232 ms 19.236 ms

5 107.14.19.11 (107.14.19.11) 44.031 ms 44.043 ms 44.028 ms

6 TenGigabitEthernet9-2.ar1.ATL2.gblx.net (64.212.108.69) 19.728 ms 18.663 ms 18.621 ms

7 The-Planet-Dallas.TenGigabitEthernet6-2.ar5.DAL2.gblx.net (67.17.168.94) 44.710 ms 44.831 ms 42.097 ms

8 te2-4.dsr01.dllstx3.networklayer.com (70.87.255.38) 42.074 ms 49.523 ms 49.505 ms

9 * * *

10 a.ff.5746.static.theplanet.com (70.87.255.10) 44.792 ms 44.842 ms 66.383 ms

11 8c.bb.78ae.static.theplanet.com (174.120.187.140) 65.506 ms 42.885 ms 42.871 ms

[user@clearworld1 ~]# tracert 174.120.187.140

traceroute to 174.120.187.140 (174.120.187.140), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets

1 10.241.192.1 (10.241.192.1) 9.775 ms 9.750 ms 9.758 ms

2 gi15-0-0-3101.gnboncsg-rtr2.triad.rr.com (24.28.225.189) 10.933 ms 10.965 ms 10.969 ms

3 24.93.64.76 (24.93.64.76) 13.404 ms 13.441 ms 13.435 ms

4 107.14.19.18 (107.14.19.18) 18.707 ms 18.755 ms 18.760 ms

5 107.14.19.11 (107.14.19.11) 18.708 ms 18.696 ms 18.739 ms

6 TenGigabitEthernet9-2.ar1.ATL2.gblx.net (64.212.108.69) 57.626 ms 31.138 ms 31.001 ms

7 The-Planet-Dallas.TenGigabitEthernet6-2.ar5.DAL2.gblx.net (67.17.168.94) 43.587 ms 47.134 ms 47.119 ms

8 te2-4.dsr01.dllstx3.networklayer.com (70.87.255.38) 47.062 ms 44.470 ms 44.417 ms

9 * * *

10 a.ff.5746.static.theplanet.com (70.87.255.10) 48.150 ms 47.720 ms 47.706 ms

11 8c.bb.78ae.static.theplanet.com (174.120.187.140) 46.562 ms 43.134 ms 43.180 ms

[user@clearworld1 ~]# tracert 174.120.187.140

traceroute to 174.120.187.140 (174.120.187.140), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets

1 10.241.192.1 (10.241.192.1) 9.106 ms 9.075 ms 9.067 ms

2 gi15-0-0-3101.gnboncsg-rtr2.triad.rr.com (24.28.225.189) 10.701 ms 10.753 ms 10.758 ms

3 24.93.64.76 (24.93.64.76) 12.923 ms 12.973 ms 12.960 ms

4 107.14.19.18 (107.14.19.18) 18.739 ms 18.793 ms 18.779 ms

5 107.14.19.11 (107.14.19.11) 18.761 ms 18.760 ms 18.757 ms

6 TenGigabitEthernet9-2.ar1.ATL2.gblx.net (64.212.108.69) 18.751 ms 17.168 ms 17.187 ms

7 The-Planet-Dallas.TenGigabitEthernet6-2.ar5.DAL2.gblx.net (67.17.168.94) 44.432 ms 42.692 ms 42.683 ms

8 te2-4.dsr01.dllstx3.networklayer.com (70.87.255.38) 42.643 ms 50.453 ms 50.373 ms

9 * * *

10 a.ff.5746.static.theplanet.com (70.87.255.10) 46.735 ms 57.331 ms 57.198 ms

11 8c.bb.78ae.static.theplanet.com (174.120.187.140) 57.064 ms 43.144 ms 43.161 ms

[user@clearworld1 ~]# tracert 174.120.187.140

traceroute to 174.120.187.140 (174.120.187.140), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets

1 10.241.192.1 (10.241.192.1) 7.119 ms 10.391 ms 10.440 ms

2 gi15-0-0-3101.gnboncsg-rtr2.triad.rr.com (24.28.225.189) 11.872 ms 11.923 ms 11.918 ms

3 24.93.64.76 (24.93.64.76) 18.758 ms 18.974 ms 19.255 ms

4 107.14.19.18 (107.14.19.18) 19.327 ms 20.083 ms 20.136 ms

5 107.14.19.11 (107.14.19.11) 20.122 ms 20.155 ms 20.157 ms

6 TenGigabitEthernet9-2.ar1.ATL2.gblx.net (64.212.108.69) 20.147 ms 19.157 ms 19.913 ms

7 The-Planet-Dallas.TenGigabitEthernet6-2.ar5.DAL2.gblx.net (67.17.168.94) 47.068 ms 49.080 ms 49.076 ms

8 te2-4.dsr01.dllstx3.networklayer.com (70.87.255.38) 203.466 ms 186.419 ms 186.297 ms

9 * * *

10 a.ff.5746.static.theplanet.com (70.87.255.10) 46.456 ms 46.429 ms 44.629 ms

11 8c.bb.78ae.static.theplanet.com (174.120.187.140) 44.455 ms 46.665 ms 46.658 ms

[user@clearworld1 ~]# tracert 174.120.187.140

traceroute to 174.120.187.140 (174.120.187.140), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets

1 10.241.192.1 (10.241.192.1) 10.905 ms 11.650 ms 11.697 ms

2 gi15-0-0-3101.gnboncsg-rtr2.triad.rr.com (24.28.225.189) 11.693 ms 11.685 ms 11.670 ms

3 24.93.64.76 (24.93.64.76) 29.820 ms 29.860 ms 29.856 ms

4 107.14.19.18 (107.14.19.18) 29.839 ms 29.824 ms 29.800 ms

5 107.14.19.11 (107.14.19.11) 29.772 ms 29.751 ms 29.727 ms

6 TenGigabitEthernet9-2.ar1.ATL2.gblx.net (64.212.108.69) 29.847 ms 172.769 ms 172.683 ms

7 The-Planet-Dallas.TenGigabitEthernet6-2.ar5.DAL2.gblx.net (67.17.168.94) 49.454 ms 53.293 ms 53.279 ms

8 te2-4.dsr01.dllstx3.networklayer.com (70.87.255.38) 53.254 ms 241.074 ms 241.300 ms

9 * * *

10 a.ff.5746.static.theplanet.com (70.87.255.10) 53.405 ms 54.124 ms 54.152 ms

11 8c.bb.78ae.static.theplanet.com (174.120.187.140) 54.065 ms 52.321 ms 52.329 ms

[user@clearworld1 ~]# tracert 174.120.187.140

traceroute to 174.120.187.140 (174.120.187.140), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets

1 10.241.192.1 (10.241.192.1) 6.987 ms 6.965 ms 6.999 ms

2 gi15-0-0-3101.gnboncsg-rtr2.triad.rr.com (24.28.225.189) 11.634 ms 11.692 ms 12.094 ms

3 24.93.64.76 (24.93.64.76) 14.538 ms 14.685 ms 14.735 ms

4 107.14.19.18 (107.14.19.18) 24.952 ms 24.960 ms 24.953 ms

5 107.14.19.11 (107.14.19.11) 24.943 ms 24.927 ms 24.915 ms

6 TenGigabitEthernet9-2.ar1.ATL2.gblx.net (64.212.108.69) 27.056 ms 18.807 ms 18.721 ms

7 The-Planet-Dallas.TenGigabitEthernet6-2.ar5.DAL2.gblx.net (67.17.168.94) 45.510 ms 53.255 ms 53.631 ms

8 te2-4.dsr01.dllstx3.networklayer.com (70.87.255.38) 236.022 ms 220.118 ms 220.042 ms

9 * * *

10 a.ff.5746.static.theplanet.com (70.87.255.10) 50.378 ms 45.848 ms 45.679 ms

11 8c.bb.78ae.static.theplanet.com (174.120.187.140) 45.525 ms 55.311 ms 55.301 ms

[user@clearworld1 ~]# tracert 174.120.187.140

traceroute to 174.120.187.140 (174.120.187.140), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets

1 10.241.192.1 (10.241.192.1) 16.556 ms 16.450 ms 16.406 ms

2 gi15-0-0-3101.gnboncsg-rtr2.triad.rr.com (24.28.225.189) 16.362 ms 16.336 ms 16.330 ms

3 24.93.64.76 (24.93.64.76) 16.301 ms 16.280 ms 16.271 ms

4 107.14.19.18 (107.14.19.18) 26.623 ms 26.680 ms 26.674 ms

5 107.14.19.11 (107.14.19.11) 17.784 ms 17.846 ms 17.841 ms

6 TenGigabitEthernet9-2.ar1.ATL2.gblx.net (64.212.108.69) 20.678 ms 17.903 ms 17.901 ms

7 The-Planet-Dallas.TenGigabitEthernet6-2.ar5.DAL2.gblx.net (67.17.168.94) 45.089 ms 45.146 ms 45.121 ms

8 te2-4.dsr01.dllstx3.networklayer.com (70.87.255.38) 45.099 ms 45.090 ms 45.040 ms

9 * * *

10 a.ff.5746.static.theplanet.com (70.87.255.10) 48.017 ms 48.181 ms 45.803 ms

11 8c.bb.78ae.static.theplanet.com (174.120.187.140) 42.230 ms 44.932 ms 44.914 ms

[user@clearworld1 ~]# tracert 174.120.187.140

traceroute to 174.120.187.140 (174.120.187.140), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets

1 10.241.192.1 (10.241.192.1) 14.848 ms 14.824 ms 14.825 ms

2 gi15-0-0-3101.gnboncsg-rtr2.triad.rr.com (24.28.225.189) 16.225 ms 16.258 ms 16.257 ms

3 24.93.64.76 (24.93.64.76) 18.648 ms 18.693 ms 18.687 ms

4 107.14.19.18 (107.14.19.18) 24.013 ms 24.065 ms 24.062 ms

5 107.14.19.11 (107.14.19.11) 24.052 ms 24.048 ms 24.045 ms

6 TenGigabitEthernet9-2.ar1.ATL2.gblx.net (64.212.108.69) 24.234 ms 16.609 ms 16.590 ms

7 The-Planet-Dallas.TenGigabitEthernet6-2.ar5.DAL2.gblx.net (67.17.168.94) 42.949 ms 48.901 ms 48.942 ms

8 te2-4.dsr01.dllstx3.networklayer.com (70.87.255.38) 48.851 ms 47.632 ms 47.626 ms

9 * * *

10 a.ff.5746.static.theplanet.com (70.87.255.10) 48.592 ms 56.616 ms 56.535 ms

11 8c.bb.78ae.static.theplanet.com (174.120.187.140) 56.434 ms 42.600 ms 45.919 ms

[user@clearworld1 ~]#

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atm i think i'm having a peering issue aswell, i have cox 50Mbit line the same type of line CA3LE has and i'm only getting about 25Mbit results from testmy.net but i just downloaded a full server backup from my server in chicago at 7.8MB/s (62.4Mbps) my upstream is unaffected

my tracert looks just fine i posted one earlier in another post so its definately not a routing issue for me

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Iv'e been working on the same issue for a while now myself. Much of my traffic is routed through D.C. before heading to it's intended destination. Not as rule. None the less , I'm on a 50/3 connection and have issues much like yourself. It's been this way for roughly 18 months give or take.

Don't quote me on this , because it's merely speculation, I believe the countries networks have been divided in some way on a large scale , possibly for security reasons. And there simply not finished re routing traffic properly due to this filtering. Or cannot find a sane way to detect the type of traffic there looking for. Again just speculation.

At least what I gather is four major sectors , quite possibly five but you have to take notice at Limelight networks as well in california ( hosting Groupon , Netflix , I believe MLB network just to name a few biggies) , divided at the Mississippi , somewhere along the mason dixon line longitudinally , leaving california and upper USA , somewhat resembling the map below. Again I'm reaching here , but something is def up !

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atm i think i'm having a peering issue aswell, i have cox 50Mbit line the same type of line CA3LE has and i'm only getting about 25Mbit results from testmy.net but i just downloaded a full server backup from my server in chicago at 7.8MB/s (62.4Mbps) my upstream is unaffected

my tracert looks just fine i posted one earlier in another post so its definately not a routing issue for me

You know Cox in our area is quoting Ultimate as 55Mbps / 5.5Mbps not 50/5 now. --- at least that's what came up on Cox's website the other day.

I think I'll be throwing a second server online so that people can have a second TestMy.net location to test to... to help clear up any question to routing issues. Maybe I'll put it to a vote what city I put it in. I definitely want to put it far away from the main server. ... hummm

Hop 8 doesn't seem to be responding correctly in a couple of those tracerts -- that may be within my host.

... 8 te2-4.dsr01.dllstx3.networklayer.com (70.87.255.38) 236.022 ms 220.118 ms 220.042 ms

I'll let the datacenter know

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You know Cox in our area is quoting Ultimate as 55Mbps / 5.5Mbps not 50/5 now. --- at least that's what came up on Cox's website the other day.

I think I'll be throwing a second server online so that people can have a second TestMy.net location to test to... to help clear up any question to routing issues. Maybe I'll put it to a vote what city I put it in. I definitely want to put it far away from the main server. ... hummm

Hop 8 doesn't seem to be responding correctly in a couple of those tracerts -- that may be within my host.

... 8 te2-4.dsr01.dllstx3.networklayer.com (70.87.255.38) 236.022 ms 220.118 ms 220.042 ms

I'll let the datacenter know

i think chicago would be another good location, they have very well developed datacenters there thats the 2nd best location in the US that i can think of

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[update]

Opened a ticket with the datacenter to make sure there isn't any routing issues that I have control over. ... I'll let you know when they update me.

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i think chicago would be another good location, they have very well developed datacenters there thats the 2nd best location in the US that i can think of

I was thinking the same thing. It's a big expense but I think it's about time to add another server. I think having a second location to another major internet hub will clear up ANY confusion about route.

I only use dedicated servers, so I'm sorry that I haven't put more online yet. But if you want the quality of test that I strive for you HAVE to go dedicated. VPS doesn't cut it, too many variables from other people on the server... makes for a very bad platform. The way that I do it is more expensive but it ensures that no BS is bleeding into the results. ---- I can guarantee you that the other guys don't care as much about stuff like that. I could have put 100 shitty VPS servers along time ago. Trust me, I explored the idea and it's well within the sites budget but I feel it's not the right way. The only way to be sure about the variables is to have full control over them. Dedicated... and then if you go dedicated you might as well get at least 8 cores, dual gigabit... etc. :evil6:

I kinda want to just order it up... I've been thinking about it for a long time. hummm

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Have you looked into Washington D.C. ? Or even Cleveland

D.C. isn't bad

[update]

Opened a ticket with the datacenter to make sure there isn't any routing issues that I have control over. ... I'll let you know when they update me.

Still waiting on a response...

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4x10 Gbps , nothing to scoff at. Order it up and have them run dedicated fiber to the north side of my house :laugh:

YEA , I know it's gigabit , amazing

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... I'm just waiting for them to get the new server online. I got it in D.C. -- they have PoP through Chicago but no datacenter. They just opened datacenters in Amsterdam and Singapore so after I get this configured we'll see about opening up some stuff for the folks over seas. :-D

... it will take me some time to get this configured.

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I've been waiting for this for a long time dude !

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Not only that , I believe you just made a vital move towards the expansion and social trust of testmy.net ,imo , you could not have made a better move , and D.C. to boot !

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... I'm just waiting for them to get the new server online. I got it in D.C. -- they have PoP through Chicago but no datacenter. They just opened datacenters in Amsterdam and Singapore so after I get this configured we'll see about opening up some stuff for the folks over seas. :grin:

... it will take me some time to get this configured.

yeah dc would've been my 3rd choice they aren't quite as centrally located but have amazing peering

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This new server I'm setting up is sweet

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http://testmy.net/st...=25&z=8&q=CA3LE

Just messing around in VNC before any real configuration.

I've been waiting for this for a long time dude !

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Not only that , I believe you just made a vital move towards the expansion and social trust of testmy.net ,imo , you could not have made a better move , and D.C. to boot !

I'm already planning Amsterdam and Singapore after I'm done configuring this one. I worked a deal with my host. So folks in Europe and Asia will be happy to hear that. :-D

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right on man,

DC

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Dallas

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So weird that you'd have a routing issue to Dallas... when I'm in the same city... same ISP and I'm not seeing an issue. The internet is weird. At least we now have a second server to test with...

Man, see what you started thomasrelee... you make a post and less than 24 hours after I read it TMN's got an extra server online. :razz:

D.C. has some sweet bandwidth too, very happy with the new server

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So weird that you'd have a routing issue to Dallas... when I'm in the same city... same ISP and I'm not seeing an issue. The internet is weird. At least we now have a second server to test with...

Man, see what you started thomasrelee... you make a post and less than 24 hours after I read it TMN's got an extra server online. :razz:

D.C. has some sweet bandwidth too, very happy with the new server

Not bad at all - but you did not have to go through all of this... Thank you!!! That is the least I can say!

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Almost always testing against the DC server, the tests are over my lines rated speed of 15 mbps, averaging 17.35 mbps for 11 randomly run tests over the past three hours!!!

One or two of the tests somehow were launched from the Dallas server ( I guess it is due to some configurations you are still working on, and I did not include them in the above average ), but DC seems like they have their routing/peering in great shape. As for the tests that hit the Dallas server, they were still well below my lines rated speed.

I hope your host finds whatever the bug is for your Dallas server and squashes it. :violent1:

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Here's another test, this time using the maximum size of 200MB:

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SWEET!

I do not know if me being close to DC has any effect, but who cares. I'll take excellent results anytime!!!

TWC Road Runner peers in Herdon, VA, so at least it has a small trip to DC from there and I can see their peering agreement seems to work out nicely when it comes to most services run out of DC and surrounding areas.

:cool:

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Not bad at all - but you did not have to go through all of this... Thank you!!! That is the least I can say!

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Almost always testing against the DC server, the tests are over my lines rated speed of 15 mbps, averaging 17.35 mbps for 11 randomly run tests over the past three hours!!!

One or two of the tests somehow were launched from the Dallas server ( I guess it is due to some configurations you are still working on, and I did not include them in the above average ), but DC seems like they have their routing/peering in great shape. As for the tests that hit the Dallas server, they were still well below my lines rated speed.

I hope your host finds whatever the bug is for your Dallas server and squashes it.

No problem, I need more servers. You just gave me a good excuse to do it. Yeah, I'm still working on it. There's going to most likely be issues and bugs with it for a while. It a humungous upgrade... luckily I've written the prerequisites for this already and have been planning it in the back-end over the past 14 months... --- I think I can just clone this server I setup today and open more from here. Maybe one more in the US, in Seattle... one in Amsterdam and One in Singapore. That should cover most of the worlds population... don't get me wrong, they can still test to the US server... I feel that's a great benchmark. But they'll also be able to test on a server closer to home, using TestMy.net's technology. ... so yeah, your post opened a can of worms.

As for Dallas, I'm sure they'll fix it promptly. They actually replied a loooong time ago but I got off on a tangent setting up that server. Anyways, here's their response.

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I've given them your subnet to trace. If they have a problem on their end they'll fix it. I'll let you know when I know more.

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Some traces run during a few tests against Dallas are still randomly showing a problem from here. Here is some more ammo for you if needed, hop 8 is still flapping...:

traceroute to 174.120.187.140 (174.120.187.140), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets

1 10.241.192.1 (10.241.192.1) 7.426 ms 7.403 ms 7.387 ms

2 gi15-0-0-3101.gnboncsg-rtr2.triad.rr.com (24.28.225.189) 8.236 ms 8.271 ms 8.260 ms

3 24.93.64.76 (24.93.64.76) 15.624 ms 15.601 ms 15.575 ms

4 107.14.19.18 (107.14.19.18) 19.678 ms 19.807 ms 19.858 ms

5 107.14.19.11 (107.14.19.11) 19.857 ms 22.845 ms 23.664 ms

6 TenGigabitEthernet9-2.ar1.ATL2.gblx.net (64.212.108.69) 25.908 ms 17.835 ms 17.650 ms

7 The-Planet-Dallas.TenGigabitEthernet6-2.ar5.DAL2.gblx.net (67.17.168.94) 35.885 ms 35.582 ms 35.377 ms

8 te2-4.dsr01.dllstx3.networklayer.com (70.87.255.38) 35.039 ms 95.041 ms 94.897 ms

9 * * *

10 a.ff.5746.static.theplanet.com (70.87.255.10) 38.239 ms 36.668 ms 37.068 ms

11 8c.bb.78ae.static.theplanet.com (174.120.187.140) 37.740 ms 34.289 ms 34.282 ms

traceroute to 174.120.187.140 (174.120.187.140), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets

1 10.241.192.1 (10.241.192.1) 6.770 ms 10.888 ms 10.937 ms

2 gi15-0-0-3101.gnboncsg-rtr2.triad.rr.com (24.28.225.189) 11.632 ms 11.673 ms 11.669 ms

3 24.93.64.76 (24.93.64.76) 14.450 ms 14.604 ms 14.657 ms

4 107.14.19.18 (107.14.19.18) 19.786 ms 19.850 ms 19.890 ms

5 107.14.19.11 (107.14.19.11) 19.879 ms 19.999 ms 20.129 ms

6 TenGigabitEthernet9-2.ar1.ATL2.gblx.net (64.212.108.69) 20.130 ms 20.892 ms 20.764 ms

7 The-Planet-Dallas.TenGigabitEthernet6-2.ar5.DAL2.gblx.net (67.17.168.94) 34.541 ms 42.091 ms 41.982 ms

8 te2-4.dsr01.dllstx3.networklayer.com (70.87.255.38) 86.209 ms 64.524 ms 64.503 ms

9 * * *

10 a.ff.5746.static.theplanet.com (70.87.255.10) 38.708 ms 34.409 ms 34.546 ms

11 8c.bb.78ae.static.theplanet.com (174.120.187.140) 34.015 ms 37.687 ms 37.616 ms

1 10.241.192.1 (10.241.192.1) 16.834 ms 16.734 ms 16.710 ms

2 gi15-0-0-3101.gnboncsg-rtr2.triad.rr.com (24.28.225.189) 16.684 ms 16.674 ms 16.661 ms

3 24.93.64.76 (24.93.64.76) 18.776 ms 18.833 ms 18.822 ms

4 107.14.19.18 (107.14.19.18) 26.382 ms 26.437 ms 26.439 ms

5 107.14.19.11 (107.14.19.11) 24.176 ms 24.247 ms 24.257 ms

6 TenGigabitEthernet9-2.ar1.ATL2.gblx.net (64.212.108.69) 213.257 ms 170.827 ms 170.841 ms

7 The-Planet-Dallas.TenGigabitEthernet6-2.ar5.DAL2.gblx.net (67.17.168.94) 39.251 ms 44.147 ms 44.439 ms

8 te2-4.dsr01.dllstx3.networklayer.com (70.87.255.38) 212.151 ms 212.196 ms 193.621 ms

9 * * *

10 a.ff.5746.static.theplanet.com (70.87.255.10) 37.439 ms 33.832 ms 37.852 ms

11 8c.bb.78ae.static.theplanet.com (174.120.187.140) 35.941 ms 35.953 ms 35.945 ms

1 10.241.192.1 (10.241.192.1) 9.149 ms 9.227 ms 9.289 ms

2 gi15-0-0-3101.gnboncsg-rtr2.triad.rr.com (24.28.225.189) 10.258 ms 10.247 ms 10.243 ms

3 24.93.64.76 (24.93.64.76) 13.008 ms 13.070 ms 13.060 ms

4 107.14.19.18 (107.14.19.18) 18.111 ms 18.171 ms 18.157 ms

5 107.14.19.11 (107.14.19.11) 18.355 ms 18.418 ms 20.604 ms

6 TenGigabitEthernet9-2.ar1.ATL2.gblx.net (64.212.108.69) 65.062 ms 34.664 ms 34.709 ms

7 The-Planet-Dallas.TenGigabitEthernet6-2.ar5.DAL2.gblx.net (67.17.168.94) 34.122 ms 35.800 ms 35.813 ms

8 te2-4.dsr01.dllstx3.networklayer.com (70.87.255.38) 72.723 ms 57.524 ms 57.543 ms

9 * * *

10 a.ff.5746.static.theplanet.com (70.87.255.10) 38.627 ms 40.526 ms 40.463 ms

11 8c.bb.78ae.static.theplanet.com (174.120.187.140) 40.376 ms 40.360 ms 33.915 ms

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