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  1. :::.. Download Stats ..::: Connection is:: 5072 Kbps about 5.1 Mbps (tested with 20972 kB) Download Speed is:: 619 kB/s Tested From:: https://testmy.net Test Time:: Bottom Line:: 91X faster than 56K 1MB download in 1.65 sec Diagnosis: Awesome! 20% + : 97.43 % faster than the average for host (swbell.net) Validation Link:: https://testmy.net/stats/id-ITPSJNWZD SBC Yahoo DSL Still waiting for SBC Lightspeed fiber
  2. ATT didnt buy SBC, its SBC bought the ATT name,the service will be no diferent under the new name
  3. you can post here and a sbc tech can test your line too see if you can get the 6meg http://www.dslreports.com/forum/sbcdirect
  4. Isnt wireless expensive and have alot of mad lag
  5. Not with crappy pings and high latency
  6. It's impossible to get 6MB thoroughput on a 6MB DSL sync. There is a huge overhead encapsulating an ethernet frame with PPPoE and splitting down to ride over ATM cells. Figure about 18% so a 6MB DSL will do 5MB and a 3MB DSL will do 2.5MB. Cablemodems are much more effecient on their transports so if a DSL network and a cablemodem network were both properly sized for the load the cablemodem circuit would kill the DSL circuit by a 20% margin for the same sync rate.
  7. SBC DSL rocks, my speeds never dip, pings and latency are top notch, I switched from Charter 5meg to SBC, I will never go back to crappy Charter here's a screen of a QT trailer of King Kong in 1080i HD 250mb clip, notice my speeds are consistant all through the download
  8. SBC IPTV and Verison Fios are 2 different animals, SBC will primarily use FTTN using gigabit ethernet to the home (although some SBC customers in areas of new development will get FTTP) and Fios is basically FTTP or fiber to the premises, when SBC IPTV goes live the initial connection package will start out at 20-25megs and the customers that have FTTP will get around 45megs, you cant expect to compare line quality test with SBC IPTV until it goes live next year November 03, 2005 01:00 PM US Eastern Timezone SBC CIO Confirms Project Lightspeed Timing, Milestones at Analyst Conference; Successful Technical Field Trial of IP-based Video, High-Speed Internet Access SAN ANTONIO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 3, 2005--Providing an update on Project Lightspeed, SBC Communications Inc. (NYSE: SBC) announced the SBC companies have recently concluded a technical field trial of IP-based services, which successfully demonstrated that the technology works in a real-world environment. During the two-month trial, which concluded last month, SBC companies successfully delivered Internet Protocol (IP)-based TV programming, video-on-demand (VOD), high-speed Internet access and other features to employee households in San Antonio. This was the second of two employee field trials. "The conclusion of our field trials and successful delivery of these new IP-based entertainment services was a significant program milestone," said Andy Geisse, chief information officer, SBC Services, Inc. "IP is the next big thing. We're going to change the face of television with an IP-based platform that enables integration, personalization and a high-quality entertainment experience." Addressing a group of industry analysts hosted by IBM in New York today, Geisse confirmed that the next phase of Project Lightspeed - a controlled market entry - is set to begin around the end of 2005/early 2006 in neighborhoods in San Antonio, Texas with a limited number of subscribers. SBC companies expect to scale the offerings beginning in mid-2006 - adding features and functionality and entering more markets across the companies' 13-state operating region. The technical field trial tested IPTV and high-speed Internet access at approximately 40 SBC employee homes. The trial evaluated the installation process, platform capability, and network equipment and customer-premise equipment performance. Using VDSL in conjunction with gigabit Ethernet technology, bandwidth of 20-25 megabits per second bandwidth was achieved, sufficient to provide four streams of high-quality video (including one high-definition stream) per line, high-speed Internet access and, in the future, consumer VoIP service. "We've taken our plans to deploy this new, IP-based technology from concept to reality in one year," said Geisse. "While there is still work to be done, I'm encouraged by our fast progress and confident in our ability to scale this market-changing entertainment technology." The SBC companies are evaluating the results of the field trial and evolving its offering, systems and equipment. Ongoing lab testing will be conducted in part at a systems integration lab jointly created with Alcatel and housed at an Alcatel facility in Plano, Texas. The lab tests the end-to-end functionality of the IP-based platform. SBC companies will use a similar approach to prepare for the scaled launch. About Project Lightspeed Project Lightspeed is the SBC initiative to expand its fiber-optics network deeper into neighborhoods to deliver SBC U-verse(SM) TV, voice and high-speed Internet access services. SBC companies expect to reach approximately 18 million households by the first half of 2008 as part of initial deployment, using fiber-to-the-node (FTTN) and fiber-to-the-premises technologies. Using FTTN, the companies plan to bring fiber to within 3,000 feet on average of customers' homes. Instead of using a traditional broadcast video system, in which all content is continuously sent to every customer's home, SBC companies will use a switched IP-video distribution system. In the switched IP-video network, only the content the customer requests is provided to the customer, freeing up bandwidth to be used for other applications and more content. SBC is using the Microsoft® TV Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) Edition software platform and working with Alcatel to provide access, routing, and aggregation infrastructure equipment and video system integration services. SBC companies are working with Scientific-Atlanta to provide IP video network equipment that would enable SBC to acquire, process, encode, and distribute digital media content to subscribers. The company is working with Amdocs for billing, customer relationship management (CRM), ordering and payment mediation products, and Amdocs consulting and systems integration services. SBC companies will use next-generation Internet Protocol TV (IPTV) set-top boxes from Scientific-Atlanta and Motorola for the scaled launch. IBM servers will be used in SBC IP video offices. These servers - including acquisition, distribution, notification, video-on-demand and other servers - will encrypt video, add digital rights management, allow for fast channel change and other features that will allow delivery of a high-quality, IP-based video service to customers. Additionally, SBC companies are working with IBM to develop a service delivery platform (SDP) that will be used to collect and aggregate transactions from the billing, customer relationship management (CRM), ordering and billing systems. SBC plans to use Leapstone software, which provides subscription and content management capabilities, channel mapping information, and product package information within the SDP.
  9. I belive only SBC employees can get Lightspeed or SBC Uverse, Im surer its nothing like the package that will be offered with IPTV, I know that 20-25meg IPTV can only handle one HDTV reciever, so it looks like the speeds will start out at 20-25 and then go higher as more people want HDTV on all of there sets **that make me wonder if watching HDTV will cause alot of lag on the network?**
  10. Test Loss Min Latency Avg Latency Max Latency Pass Fail Simple ping loss check 10secs of 40byte packets 2 per second 0% loss 39.2ms 41.7ms 63.0ms pass low bandwidth stream 10secs of 56k/bit ping stream 512byte packets 0% loss 46.9ms 49.0ms 61.5ms pass medium bandwidth stream 10secs of 128k/bit ping stream 512byte packets 0% loss 46.8ms 49.0ms 53.5ms pass your first hop ping stream of 40byte pings to 151.164.14.172 0% loss 28.7ms You are 10ms to your first hop! pass ping plot from 'ec' ping plot from 'wc' From East Coast - USA to YOU Hop Host LOSS Rcv Sent Best Avg Worst 0 100.ge-0-0-0.cr2.wdc1.speakeasy.net 0% 60 60 6.91 8.37 65.06 1 ex2-g8-0s1.eqabva.sbcglobal.net 0% 60 60 7.06 7.63 9.21 2 ex1-p3-0.eqabva.sbcglobal.net 0% 60 60 7.02 7.50 9.24 3 bb1-p2-0.hrndva.sbcglobal.net 0% 60 60 7.22 7.85 10.56 4 core1-p2-0.crhnva.sbcglobal.net 0% 60 60 7.24 7.87 9.65 5 core1-p9-0.crcloh.sbcglobal.net 0% 60 60 14.96 15.43 16.58 6 core1-p5-0.crchil.sbcglobal.net 0% 60 60 21.94 22.52 27.25 7 bb1-p6-0.chcgil.ameritech.net 0% 60 60 21.94 22.43 24.29 8 bb2-p5-0.chcgil.ameritech.net 0% 60 60 21.93 22.29 24.56 9 151.164.190.177 0% 60 60 26.97 27.50 28.86 10 dist1-vlan41.stlsmo.sbcglobal.net 0% 60 60 27.63 28.53 40.40 11 bras3-g12-0.stlsmo.sbcglobal.net 0% 60 60 29.61 39.97 90.67 12 ppp-70-242-143-53.dsl.stlsmo.swbell.net 0% 60 60 46.32 48.16 51.04 Pass: From West Coast - USA to YOU Hop Host LOSS Rcv Sent Best Avg Worst 0 bb1-g1-0.pxpaca.sbcglobal.net 0% 60 60 0.31 0.40 0.54 1 bb1-p2-0.crsfca.sbcglobal.net 0% 60 60 0.94 1.06 1.18 2 core1-p4-0.crsfca.sbcglobal.net 0% 60 60 0.97 1.07 1.23 3 core1-p3-0.crskut.sbcglobal.net 0% 60 60 25.29 26.05 28.40 4 core1-p11-0.crdnco.sbcglobal.net 0% 60 60 34.75 35.40 37.53 5 core1-p5-0.crkcmo.sbcglobal.net 0% 60 60 44.34 44.57 45.62 6 bb1-p5-0.ksc2mo.sbcglobal.net 0% 60 60 44.74 44.94 45.79 7 151.164.188.209 0% 60 60 72.69 72.95 74.17 8 dist1-vlan40.stlsmo.sbcglobal.net 0% 60 60 72.74 73.13 77.70 9 bras3-g12-0.stlsmo.sbcglobal.net 0% 60 60 73.95 84.67 146.66 10 ppp-70-242-143-53.dsl.stlsmo.swbell.net 2% 59 60 91.93 94.09 102.81 Pass: Estimated line speed (This estimate only applies to SDSL or T1 lines) Your modem delivered 1024 bytes in 8.35ms Its theoretical maximum transfer rate is about 119k bytes or 952kbps http://www.dslreports.com/speedresults/225c53339336/1896533
  11. No one with this package ever gets much over 5100/550
  12. Ya its not 25meg Fios, but my pings are friggen awsome, SBC has a well managed core network and there own private backbone, wich means killer pings and low latency... primary and seconday DNS servers, managed core network and a clean shot to the Backbone= a very nice fluid connection Connection is:: 5997 Kbps about 6 Mbps (tested with 12160 kB) Download Speed is:: 732 kB/s Tested From:: https://testmy.net/ (server2) Test Time:: Wed Nov 09 2005 16:36:47 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time) Bottom Line:: 107X faster than 56K 1MB download in 1.4 sec Diagnosis: Awesome! 20% + : 189.15 % faster than the average for host (swbell.net) Validation Link:: https://testmy.net/stats/id-XGYF47EDQ :::.. Upload Stats ..::: Connection is:: 530 Kbps about 0.5 Mbps (tested with 2992 kB) Upload Speed is:: 65 kB/s Tested From:: https://testmy.net/ (server2) Test Time:: Wed Nov 09 2005 16:40:33 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time) Bottom Line:: 9X faster than 56K 1MB upload in 15.75 sec Diagnosis: Awesome! 20% + : 68.79 % faster than the average for host (swbell.net) Validation Link:: https://testmy.net/stats/id-TC30PIAH7 pings to www.google.com Pinging [72.14.203.99] 30 times with: 64 bytes of data ping successful: icmp_seq=0 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=1 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=2 time=27 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=3 time=23 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=4 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=5 time=28 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=6 time=26 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=7 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=8 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=9 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=10 time=26 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=11 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=12 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=13 time=22 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=14 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=15 time=21 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=16 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=17 time=22 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=18 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=19 time=22 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=20 time=27 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=21 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=22 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=23 time=22 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=24 time=22 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=25 time=26 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=26 time=29 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=27 time=27 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=28 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=29 time=22 ms
  13. I'm on the 6meg/ 608k package, you couldn't pay me to go back to Charters 200k downloads with there 5meg package , besides the pings with SBC are top notch, I live about 500ft from the RT , DSL is the best deal for me, Charter was slow and there pings were unstable....I would take the 3meg DSL over a 10meg cable, too many people sharing the cable bandwidth pings to www.google.com Pinging [72.14.203.99] 30 times with: 64 bytes of data ping successful: icmp_seq=0 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=1 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=2 time=27 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=3 time=23 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=4 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=5 time=28 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=6 time=26 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=7 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=8 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=9 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=10 time=26 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=11 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=12 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=13 time=22 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=14 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=15 time=21 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=16 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=17 time=22 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=18 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=19 time=22 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=20 time=27 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=21 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=22 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=23 time=22 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=24 time=22 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=25 time=26 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=26 time=29 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=27 time=27 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=28 time=24 ms ping successful: icmp_seq=29 time=22 ms
  14. :::.. Download Stats ..::: Connection is:: 5080 Kbps about 5.1 Mbps (tested with 12160 kB) Download Speed is:: 620 kB/s Tested From:: https://testmy.net/ (server2) Test Time:: Thu Nov 10 18:58:38 CST 2005 Bottom Line:: 91X faster than 56K 1MB download in 1.65 sec Diagnosis: Awesome! 20% + : 142.02 % faster than the average for host (swbell.net) Validation Link:: https://testmy.net/stats/id-9SCLOE61V :::.. Upload Stats ..::: Connection is:: 530 Kbps about 0.5 Mbps (tested with 2992 kB) Upload Speed is:: 65 kB/s Tested From:: https://testmy.net/ (server2) Test Time:: Wed Nov 09 2005 16:40:33 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time) Bottom Line:: 9X faster than 56K 1MB upload in 15.75 sec Diagnosis: Awesome! 20% + : 68.79 % faster than the average for host (swbell.net) Validation Link:: https://testmy.net/stats/id-TC30PIAH7
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