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  1. Sorry I should have stated 94% variance in London.
  2. I just wanted to say that the testpoint at 12:14 took over 3 mins to ocmplete due to a bottleneck during which is stood still. So 19Mbps is just not giving the whole picture. I checked the Test iD which does not really help. Incidentally is the 94% variance in the Latency Test an indication of the volatility of performance? Thanks Kit TestMy Latency.pdf
  3. @CA3LE Thank you for getting back so quickly. I have disabled the Multithread option. Basically I am trying to create a testbed report that demonstrates to my ISP the seizures that I mentioned above so any suggestions as to the best way to set up the test would be gratefully received. I have also altered the frequency to every 5 mins, as the hourly test was often missing the lowpoints in performance. Again, my thanks for your help.
  4. My broadband goes from a happy average of say 8Mbps to seizing completely. I immediately retest but, because of the seizure, the test cannot even start (buffers) until the seizure is cleared. Then the internet recovers so the retest often shows an improved download speed (!) and completely fails to illustrate the total lack of download at the beginning of the test because it does not reflect the time it takes for the test to start when there is absolutely no download volume at all. The test needs to be modified to include how long it takes to start the test and that time should then be factored into the download test time which would give a much more accurate picture of overall performance.
  5. I am based in London UK and my ISP is BT. My results also displays results for a different ID and an ISP called Softlayer. Why is this? Skitter Speed Test Results
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