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  1. SOLVED! Ok, I have concluded my assessment of the performance problems noted above. THE WINDOWS 7 IP STACK IS A PIECE OF SHIT! If you look at my results, you will see a massive performance improvement recently. That's because I have upgraded my PC to Windows 8.1. Nothing has changed except the OS. My performance is on the order of over 10 times faster. My advice for those of you who want to get to faster network performance, use Windows 8 or 10.
  2. I tested with a 2nd Win7 PC on the same network segment with results being identical to the first Win7 PC. This leads me to believe the Win7 IP stack has something to do with a performance cap. The 2nd Win7 PC is also a high performance PC. Both Win7 PC's are getting about 24Mbps. Win8 laptop gets high 90's fairly consistently over wired on the same segment as the Win7 PC's and also when testing on a different segment with a wireless connection.
  3. I just downloaded a bunch of varying sized files from a website. The download speed matched what TMN says. Again, this high performance Win7 PC definitely downloads files slower than a Win8 laptop on the same network segment. Does anyone know if the IP stack is better optimized in Win8?
  4. In testing with TMN, Speedof.me and speedtest.net, I get dramatically different results. TMN shows 24 Mbps (Dallas), SOM shows 96 Mbps, and ST shows 300 Mbps (Dallas) server. This is with fiber 1000 Mbps based ISP. TMN does show a short burst of speed hitting the 1000Mbps speed but only for a half second or so, then the speed tracks at about 21Mbps. The SOM test shows low performance on smaller download sizes, then higher performance on the larger download sizes. What's of further interest is that this is a Win 7 PC that is modern with high performance features, and when I use a Win 8 lap
  5. I agree that a checkbox needs to be implemented to prevent auto forwarding regardless of test sample size.
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