Toxappoizpani reacted to becerdin in Hi!
Found testmy.net when I started to question other test sites' results. I've been having download speed drop-off problems for months, now. Seemed to be better since the tech came out last week, but went nutty again tonight. So they're sending a tech out for probably the 8th time again...
But thanks for providing the servers and resources for this! I really appreciate it!
Toxappoizpani reacted to leapaul in Is it Worth Upgrading?
Right now i have my server hooked up to a router and the router to a modem(dcm-202). to get the strongset signal, i plugged the modem straight into the cable amp/aplitter we have in our house. i'm not sure if im satisfied with these speeeds and was wondering if there is any way to increase them, especially the upload speed. Usually when i go to a site like downloads.com and download a random file it downloads at about 430-500 kb/s. I also applied Van Burens 4000/384 tweak for cablenut.
:::.. Download Stats ..:::
Connection is:: 3403 Kbps about 3.4 Mbps (tested with 2992 kB)
Download Speed is:: 415 kB/s
Tested From:: http://www.testmy.net/
Test Time:: Fri Mar 11 08:22:44 PST 2005
Bottom Line:: 61X faster than 56K 1MB download in 2.47 sec
Diagnosis: Looks Great : 8.1 % faster than the average for host (comcast.net)
Validation Link:: https://testmy.net/stats/id-8O4GJB3QX
Toxappoizpani reacted to zalternate in Comcast 'hacking User Data Stream' Lawsuit Settlement.
Note that in this article, The term 'slowing down traffic of file sharers', actually means Hacking the users data stream to insert a 'end transmission packet' to stop the file transfers. And last I heard, is that Hacking someones connection is still illegal.
Opt out to leave things open for another day. Most people are too lazy to spend another year or two in court, to watch and learn from a million users suing Comcast in single cases.
The way lobbyists are buying off politicians, theres always another crime, by an ISP, that will be committed against the users of the Internet.
Or does your particular ISP always blame the site that you are trying to use, for all slowdowns?