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CA3LE last won the day on March 15

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  1. hello

    Welcome to TestMy.net pastor1ray! You sound very cool, glad to have you around.
  2. Hey DenaliDave, Can you try that for me again please?
  3. Mercury Test

    It's just out of the menu for now until it's reorganized.
  4. That would definitely not be a feature. I don't know what would cause that to happen for you and not for others. In your address bar when you see that page, does it say https://testmy.net or does it show a different address once it loads?
  5. Strange result discrepancy...

    I think what's happened is a bug with the filters. It's on my list now so I'll make sure it gets taken care of this time around. I say “this time” because I'm actively building right now. Before you reset those filters, can you please share the query with me? It may help me track the bug easier. Go to http://testmy.net/myresults and click ‘share query’. Then paste that back to this topic. After that, click ‘default’ at the top and it should fix the issue and display correctly. Here's what I see when I pull up your results.
  6. Test Post

    mumuricky's Speed Test Results I meant to edit your post for you when it came in. Been working on a new version of TMN and got side tracked. Regular users don't have access to post the HTML tags needed to embed the results. You can post <embed> https://testmy.net/quickstats/mumuricky </embed> and I'll modify your post to show the embed code. In the future I'll build the syntax into the forum so it does this for you automatically... like how you can simply paste a youtube URL (e.g. https://youtu.be/S5LvhKbsHWU) in the forum right now and the output looks like... In the future when you paste compatible TMN URLs they'll automatically convert to the embed code.
  7. Hello from Oz

    Thank you Gympie QLD. Welcome to TestMy.net!
  8. Where'd everybody go?

    Hughes Network Systems Speed Test Analytics
  9. Where'd everybody go?

    The ranking algorithm wasn't set correctly. Thanks for pointing that out. Basically is was only ranking people with over 100 tests recently logged. Oops!
  10. How to download results for past 2 months?

    Hi Robert, You can export to CSV by visiting My Results then click "Export" below your graph. Whatever search options you have selected will be used in the export. Open CSV in a text editor or spreadsheet program. In spreadsheet you can convert the data to your own charts and manipulate the data in a number of useful ways that TestMy.net's website interface isn't able to do, yet.
  11. Test Mbits of informations

    Welcome RoamerUA, The test information is automatically cleared from your cache as soon as the test completes. Nothing to worry about.
  12. Host Graph

    Hi Mookie, Welcome! The host graph is tests logged from other users on your ISP. It won't really help prove your case, it's more for you to compare against. Show them your results at https://testmy.net/compID/80911138787 What speed are you paying for?
  13. I don't think you should test that often on a regular basis, it's a waste of bandwidth. Personally I would only run an automatic test every 15 minutes for only a limited amount of time. If you need to do it over a longer period of time you should only test a few key times a day. Getting your speed 4 times a day over a long period of time should be sufficient in proving your point to your ISP. If you see a pattern where it's often lower at a specific time... that's when you want to run a more frequent test cycle, during that time period. To have it just always run, it's going to intermittently degrade your performance.
  14. Have you see https://testmy.net/auto?
  15. Old dog needs new tricks

    It depends on the quality of the stream you're trying to accomplish and the service you're using. Here's a video that may help with selecting bitrate on twitch. Looking at your upload results https://testmy.net/stats/?&t=u&y=u&l=25&q=John Bouchard Looking at twitch guidelines it looks like you're fairly capable but you aren't going to be streaming 4K or anything. https://help.twitch.tv/customer/portal/articles/1253460 You're right in the minimum requirements. You don't need 40 Mbps upload speed to stream, you're just able get a higher bitrate if you have more than what you're rockin' right now.
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