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  1. Awesome wasn't expecting such a quick response and or planned implementation but I'm glad I could help and would love to help further via beta testing! Thanks again! You guys rock!!
    2 points
  2. Planned

    Dallas server problems?

    I live in Sugar Land, TX, just outside of Houston. Is there something going on with the Dallas server? I normally test against that, and it's dropped in speed massively in my tests, from the high 300Mbps range to 1 or 2Mbps. I've tried all the other national and international servers, and they're all WAY faster for me than the Dallas server currently is. What's going on, please? This has been going on for days now.
    1 point
  3. I believe the ability to add notes to each completed test would be beneficial because some of my poorer test results have been due to firewall misconfiguration being able to note the configuration issue would allow me to confirm that I do not forget and make the same mistake again in the future as well as help me to remember why the configuration is such in the first place. The other advantage would be I recently upgraded my speed (and will most likely be doing so again very soon) being able to see this on my results would be beneficial in troubleshooting. Thanks in advance for your considerat
    1 point
  4. That's a great idea and should actually be really easy to implement. About to start another round of programming, I think I'll start with this feature. Thank you for the kind words by the way. I'll make sure you're in on the beta tester group. I have a unique new tool I think you'll be very interested to try.
    1 point
  5. nanobot

    Per test result notes?

    You know this would actually be really handy feature, especially for the configuration note you mentioned. You can add "identifiers" to your tests right now but I think it would be nicer to have a 200-500 char memo field we could add notes to and see on the tables with our own results.
    1 point
  6. CA3LE I'm glad I posted this thread now. I sort of forgot that the whole purpose of the forums is to educate people about the services they are paying for. I run across people all the time who don't even know they can check their data speeds and most of those that do are only aware of Ookla's test via Speedtest.net of their ISP. You guys are great thanks
    1 point
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