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http://myspeed.visualware.com/bandwidth/continuoustest.html

the test will run 5 times so wait about 3 minutes for them all to finish and see how stable your line is.  post your results and what kind of line and package you have.

Speakeasy Adsl 768/6000

Run Time Download Speed Upload Speed QOS RTT Max Pause

5 09:20:13 5,140,016 bps 660,816 bps 96% 19 ms 121 ms

4 09:19:40 5,137,624 bps 660,800 bps 96% 19 ms 108 ms

3 09:19:06 5,137,856 bps 660,800 bps 96% 19 ms 122 ms

2 09:18:32 5,139,600 bps 660,800 bps 96% 18 ms 115 ms

1 09:17:58 5,132,712 bps 659,984 bps 95% 18 ms 172 ms

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Run  Time  Download Speed  Upload Speed  QOS  RTT  Max Pause 

5 10:29:28    4,831,544 bps        362,192 bps      93%  47 ms  242 ms

4 10:28:54    4,832,744 bps        361,400 bps      93%  46 ms  239 ms

3 10:28:20    4,835,760 bps        361,520 bps      93%  46 ms  233 ms

2 10:27:46    4,802,440 bps        362,144 bps      92%  45 ms  229 ms

1 10:27:11    4,761,504 bps        361,792 bps      89%  44 ms  242 ms

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I haven't done the test yet but this is what control QOS.So you might want to see what gives you the best QOS.

DefaultTOSvalue: Default: 0

                     Valid Range: 0 - 255

- The IP header in every datagram specifies a Type of Service (ToS) value that can be used to specify the quality of service (QoS) setting for IP datagrams. The ToS value indicates the military origin of the protocol because it was designed for the Advanced Research Project Agency Networks that was the predecessor to the current Internet.

This setting in your registry & cablenut if you use it.Changes the QOS.I will post a pic below showing where this is in the speedguide .net .tcp.analyzer.I have dial-up & the setting I use doesn't use the QOS.I can activate it with a differet setting but this doesn.t work as well for me.

DefaultTOSvalue is not one you set to the maximum & it works fastest.

Here is the correct ways to set it depending on your connection:

The IP Type of Service has the following fields:

  Bits 0-2:  Precedence.

  Bit    3:  0 = Normal Delay,      1 = Low Delay.

  Bits   4:  0 = Normal Throughput, 1 = High Throughput.

  Bits   5:  0 = Normal Relibility, 1 = High Relibility.

  Bit  6-7:  Reserved for Future Use.

Bit #0-2: [128 64 32]     

Bit #3: [16]     

Bit #4: [8]

Bit #5: [4]

Bit #6-7: [Reserved]

Bits 0,1,2 = Priority Control:

 

  111 - Network Control use 128 + 64 + 32 = 224

  110 - Internetwork Control 128 +64 + 0 = 192

  101 - CRITIC/ECP           128 + 0 + 32 = 160

  100 - Flash Override       128 + 0 +  0 = 128 

  011 - Flash                  0 + 64 + 32 = 96

  010 - Immediate              0 + 64 + 0  = 64

  001 - Priority               0 +  0 + 32 = 32

  000 - Routine                0 +  0 +  0=   0

Bit #0-2: [128 64 32]  If I understand this 128 is on for bit 0;64 is on for bit 1,32 is on

for bit 2.

Bit #3: [16] 16= on; 0 = off

Bit #4: [8]   8=on;  0 = off

Bit #5: [4]   4=on;  0 = off

Bit #6-7: [Reserved] Both of these have 0 for value.

From what I read on this You can only have either low delay on or High Throughput on not

both.If you set both I think your OS uses the default.Quote below:

"The TOS value is used to indicate "better".  Only one TOS value or

property can be requested in any one IP datagram.

Generally, protocols which are involved in direct interaction with a

human should select low delay, while data transfers which may involve

large blocks of data are need high throughput.  Finally, high reliability

is most important for datagram-based Internet management functions.

Application protocols not included in these tables should be able to

make appropriate choice of low delay (8 decimal, 1000 binary) or high

throughput (4 decimal, 0100 binary)."

"Reading RCF 1349, it states you have 5 choices in TOS.

            0000    (all normal)                         Use default metric

            1000    (minimize delay)                  Use delay metric

            0100    (maximize throughput)          Use default metric

            0010    (maximize reliability)            Use reliability metric

            0001    (minimize monetary cost)      Use cost metric

            other                                                  Use default metric"

"Anything higher then 010, Immediate, are ment for internal network use. Meaning packets

that are not ment to route to the internet."

So for most I beleive one of these three would be correct:

72 which is Immediate, High Throughput, 010 010 00  That's64forImmediate+8forHighThroughput

80  which is Immediate, Low Delay,  010 100 00

001010 32+0+8+0

92  01011100

The area in the red square in the pic is where your QOS reading will be.The red square is not on the test at the site .I just added it to show you where to look.If it looks like mine then the setting you're using doesn't activate QOS.

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I'm running a little slow today for some reason even the testmy test was only 40Kbps but I haven't changed anything so I'm just goint to see how it's doing later .

RunTimeDownload Speed Upload Speed QOS   RTT Max Pause 

4   11:02:02 33,040 bps 17,480 bps       97%   0 ms 1063 ms

3   11:00:43  33,064 bps 17,464 bps       97%   0 ms 1076 ms

2   10:59:24  33,040 bps 17,488 bps       98%   0 ms 1063 ms

1   10:58:05  32,992 bps 17,488 bps       98%   0 ms  1064 ms

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Run  Time Download Speed  Upload Speed  QOS    RTT Max Pause

5 18:15:29 4,629,056 bps 651,272 bps 90% 122 ms 117 ms

4 18:14:56 4,631,432 bps 503,416 bps 95% 122 ms 79 ms

3 18:14:22 4,617,040 bps 527,376 bps 94% 122 ms 116 ms

2 18:13:49 4,621,440 bps 944,616 bps 91% 122 ms 116 ms

1 18:13:14 4,638,736 bps 723,496 bps 91% 122 ms 115 ms

dont think this QOS is very accurate  :haha:

Fiber 100 Mbps down and 10 Mbps up

VanBuren :)

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Run   Time   Download Speed   Upload Speed   QOS   RTT   Max Pause 

5 15:52:05 995,744 bps 77,776 bps 97% 19 ms 102 ms

4 15:51:23 997,760 bps 45,344 bps 97% 20 ms 81 ms

3 15:50:37 994,176 bps 28,256 bps 97% 19 ms 89 ms

2 15:49:52 992,632 bps 28,456 bps 98% 21 ms 76 ms

1 15:49:03 921,344 bps 48,192 bps 48% 17 ms 469 ms

Yeah, about right. D/L about 1000 and U/L slow as dial-up.  :laughing7:

Actually not bad for this time of day.  ;)

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Run Time Download Speed Upload Speed QOS RTT Max Pause

5 16:12:59 5,652,312 bps 889,272 bps 47% 48 ms 73 ms

4 16:12:26 7,082,120 bps 888,656 bps 97% 50 ms 59 ms

3 16:11:53 6,923,016 bps 890,536 bps 92% 45 ms 50 ms

2 16:11:20 4,981,576 bps 891,320 bps 47% 48 ms 87 ms

1 16:10:46 6,177,072 bps 888,072 bps 79% 46 ms 90 ms

  Does this mean a bad line somewhere?

Run Time Download Speed Upload Speed QOS RTT Max Pause

5 16:20:03 6,594,472 bps 888,008 bps 74% 47 ms 72 ms

4 16:19:30 4,961,392 bps 888,472 bps 78% 45 ms 92 ms

3 16:18:57 7,048,320 bps 886,840 bps 96% 48 ms 69 ms

2 16:18:24 6,637,136 bps 902,864 bps 66% 62 ms 80 ms

1 16:17:51 6,461,560 bps 910,912 bps 59% 45 ms 69 ms

  Hear is a second test.

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