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Everything posted by Pgoodwin1

  1. I’m surprised that you can stream movies without buffering hiccups at the 1.3 Mbps. The DishNet deal did sound like a loser.
  2. At least it’s good and steady. Where are you? just wondered if the Dallas server is the closest TestMy Test server to you.
  3. The Flash based speed tools throw out a significant number of data points. See https://testmy.net/legit-speed-test.php
  4. I have no Hong Kong Test server on my list
  5. This morning though, things are slow. I’m getting 115 to 180 down on the 200 plan
  6. When I test to the NY server, which is about 550 miles from me, I get 200-220 Mbps on my Spectrum 200 Mbps plan when things are running doing well. I get short duration reading anywhere fro 80 to 150 when things aren’t running at max, but those durations are usually only 10s of seconds long, then it returns to the higher speeds. My upload speeds are at my max plan of 10 Mbps with short durations of 1/2 that. Those durations are annoying more often than the download anomalies.
  7. Have you tried powering you modem off then on to cold restart it? Also, if you have a separate wireless router, do a cold restart to that too.
  8. You should talk to them if you’re paying for 400 Mbps
  9. There are a lot of people that have posted on TestMy with Hughes problems.
  10. hopefully CA3LE will have some time to look into this some more.
  11. Your upload speed isn’t too whippy either.
  12. Sorry about your experience. Lots of posters on here have had a bad time with Hughes Net.
  13. The Speedtests throw away the bottom 25% of the reading during the test. Totally useless.
  14. There’s a mobile version of TestMy.net. If you go to the bottom of the home page there’s a link called Mobile. When you’re on the mobile version, the button/link is “Deaktp”.
  15. Hi. From SW Ohio in the US
  16. Go to your Results table. There you can delete whatever Test points you want to.
  17. It could be that they just have too many customers connected to the same subsystem as you. The throttling occurs in those hours where everyone gets home and starts watching high bandwidth video stream. The ISP may or may not be intentionally throttling you.
  18. Go to Results. Enter the date range you want to see. Just below the graph of your results is an Export button. That will give you a table (csv) of your test results with the date, time and speeds for each test point.
  19. Explain with a little more detail what you’d like to do
  20. See my comments and questions on your other post
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