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  1. Yeah, I'm just trying to really see if my ISP is limiting my gigabit. Speedtests show they are pushing 1000mb from their facility to my house which is only a couple miles away. Routing however from me, through their facility, and then outbound is what I'm not sure about. Seems like I should be getting higher numbers even on a flash based speedtest to outbound servers. Speedtest.net test shows 540 to dallas tx download and testmy.net shows 223. Dallas, Tx is about 700 miles from me. Should I really be seeing this low of numbers? Even on an inflated test such as speedtest I figure I should be seeing higher.
  2. So I'm curious what a typical gigabit speed test should look like with Testmy.net. With the custom hosted speed test my isp offers, of course, I get 940-980 down and around 550 up. When running multiple test to multiple servers with testmy.net I'm getting anywhere from 100's to a high of 293 and an average of 178.4. These tests are showing about the same as speedtest.net to a similar location such as Dallas, TX. (300-455 down and only 150-200 up). How much degradation should be accounted for in the differences of distances and routes? Is this a major issue with my ISP or is this degradation normal?
  3. So I'm curious what a typical gigabit speed test should look like with Testmy.net. With the custom hosted speed test my isp offers, of course, I get 940-980 down and around 550 up. When running multiple test to multiple servers with testmy.net I'm getting anywhere from 100's to a high of 293 and an average of 178.4. How much degradation should be accounted for in the differences of distances and routes?
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