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    • This is browser dependent, it will open as many connections as your browser allows.  Even in older browsers at least 8 threads.   As you noticed, multithread is currently only for download tests.  But I have been developing a multithread upload test.     This was not testing under ideal circumstances, I was seeing a consistent 980+ Mbps using the same proof of concept under ideal conditions on a 1000 Mbps uplink.   The difference here is the same with the multithread download test.  Behind the scenes your transferring multiple smaller files instead of one larger file.
    • ignore previous, I found that answer. Multithread applies to download and automatic. should I assume you continue to open connections until you hit the max speed attainable ?  
    • Does multithreaded apply to both Upload and Download tests ?
    • I'm sorry for the confusion but the TiP chart is only shown on single thread download tests.  I'm developing to provide that data on all results.  
    • Hi, While testing Downloads, I'm switching back and forth between Multi-threaded and Single Server modes. The single server tests (non multi-threaded) are consistently a lot worse from a total Mbps perspective. Additionally, the Single Server Test results screen (page<?>), upon completion shows me a Tips analysis chart along with the test result. The multithreaded test results screen/page does not show me a Tips analysis upon completion. I could not locate a way to invoke a Tips analysis on the multithreaded results.   I apologize in advance if this is all explained somewhere and I failed to discover it. I might infer that the Tips chart is not shown if the variance is deemed ok (below some level), or that it does not apply to multithreaded tests, or both , or neither. Could you help me out ?   Thank you. --John    
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