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What is your current Internet speed at home, work or school/college  

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  1. 1. What is your Download Speed?

    • Under 1 Mbps
      19
    • 1.1 - 3 Mbps
      21
    • 3.1 - 7 Mbps
      29
    • 7.1 - 15 Mbps
      35
    • 15.1 - 50 Mbps
      33
    • 50 Mbps - 100 Mbps
      25
    • 100 Mbps - 200 Mbps
      19
    • 200 - 500 Mbps
      5
    • 500 - 999 Mbps
      1
    • 1000 Mbps +
      1
  2. 2. What is your Upload Speed?

    • Under 1 Mbps
      41
    • 1.1 - 3 Mbps
      20
    • 3.1 - 7 Mbps
      36
    • 7.1 - 15 Mbps
      24
    • 15.1 - 50 Mbps
      24
    • 50 Mbps - 100 Mbps
      6
    • 100 Mbps +
      3
    • 1000 Mbps +
      1


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:::.. Internet Speed Test Result Details ..:::
Download Connection Speed:: 23538 Kbps or 23.5 Mbps 
Download Speed Test Size:: 27 MB or 27673 kB or 28336824 bytes
Download Binary File Transfer Speed:: 2942 kB/s or 2.9 MB/s
Upload Connection Speed:: 11421 Kbps or 11.4 Mbps 
Upload Speed Test Size:: 9.8 MB or 10048 kB or 10289152 bytes
Upload Binary File Transfer Speed:: 1428 kB/s
Timed:: Download: 9.631 seconds | Upload: 7.2072 seconds or 1.4 MB/s
Tested At:: http://TestMy.net Version 13
Test Time:: 2014-06-24 18:48:13 Local Time
Client Location:: Everett, WA US https://testmy.net/city/everett_wa
Target:: Seattle, WA US https://testmy.net/multithread
Multithread Test Utilizing:: testmy.net, dc.testmy.net, eu.testmy.net, west.testmy.net, cloud.testmy.net, asia.testmy.net, west2.testmy.net and google.testmy.net
User Agent:: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/35.0.1916.153 Safari/537.36 [!]
 
Literally exactly what I am paying for. 
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got a free speed increase from charter a few weeks ago. went from the 30/4 to 60/4 and haven't gotten a decent result from here since then yet! used to ALWAYS get over 30Mbps here when i was on the 30/4 plan. now getting this. see image. get 60+Mbps on ANY other speed test site. :sad:

Looks like you may have made a few changes to your network?

Seems your tests are getting better. 

 

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Looks like you may have made a few changes to your network?

Seems your tests are getting better. 

 

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nope,

haven't changed a thing. in fact, seeing as how you mention it now, cna't get close to my advertised speed when using IE11 on this site and this site only! now watch. here's a test using firefox 34. will be right back and do a test with IE11.

 

:::.. Internet Speed Test Result Details ..:::

Download Connection Speed:: 61487 Kbps or 61.5 Mbps

Download Speed Test Size:: 53.1 MB or 54334 kB or 55637932 bytes

Download Binary File Transfer Speed:: 7686 kB/s or 7.7 MB/s

Upload Connection Speed:: 3630 Kbps or 3.6 Mbps

Upload Speed Test Size:: 2.6 MB or 2624 kB or 2686976 bytes

Upload Binary File Transfer Speed:: 454 kB/s

Timed:: Download: 7.239 seconds | Upload: 5.922 seconds

Tested At:: http://TestMy.netVersion 14

Test Time:: 2014-12-05 05:51:13 Local Time

Client Location:: Grand Haven, MI US https://testmy.net/city/grand_haven_mi

Target:: Dallas, TX US https://testmy.net/multithread

Validation:: https://testmy.net/db/9Tu4BAC.9pBy0Uj

Client Stats:: https://testmy.net/quickstats/missmoondoghttps://testmy.net/compID/2223563027111

User Agent:: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:34.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/34.0 [!]

 

 

here's a test using IE11 which is actually one of my better ones.

:::.. Internet Speed Test Result Details ..:::

Download Connection Speed:: 49388 Kbps or 49.4 Mbps

Download Speed Test Size:: 59.6 MB or 60987 kB or 62450740 bytes

Download Binary File Transfer Speed:: 6174 kB/s or 6.2 MB/s

Upload Connection Speed:: 3497 Kbps or 3.5 Mbps

Upload Speed Test Size:: 2.6 MB or 2688 kB or 2752512 bytes

Upload Binary File Transfer Speed:: 437 kB/s

Timed:: Download: 10.116 seconds | Upload: 6.297 seconds

Tested At:: http://TestMy.netVersion 14

Test Time:: 2014-12-05 05:54:05 Local Time

Client Location:: Grand Haven, MI US https://testmy.net/city/grand_haven_mi

Target:: Dallas, TX US https://testmy.net/multithread

Validation:: https://testmy.net/db/9ykJlsC.9szR7wF

Client Stats:: https://testmy.net/quickstats/missmoondoghttps://testmy.net/compID/2223563027111

User Agent:: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Trident/7.0; rv:11.0) like Gecko [!]

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here's a combined test using IE11 even. more like normal for this site.

:::.. Internet Speed Test Result Details ..:::

Download Connection Speed:: 30849 Kbps or 30.8 Mbps

Download Speed Test Size:: 51.5 MB or 52736 kB or 54001664 bytes

Download Binary File Transfer Speed:: 3856 kB/s or 3.9 MB/s

Upload Connection Speed:: 3113 Kbps or 3.1 Mbps

Upload Speed Test Size:: 2.4 MB or 2496 kB or 2555904 bytes

Upload Binary File Transfer Speed:: 389 kB/s

Timed:: Download: 14.004 seconds | Upload: 6.569 seconds

Tested At:: http://TestMy.netVersion 14

Test Time:: 2014-12-06 05:22:28 Local Time

Client Location:: Grand Haven, MI US https://testmy.net/city/grand_haven_mi

Target:: Dallas, TX US http://dallas.testmy.net

Validation:: https://testmy.net/db/MPc5ykpJ.b5RqsxhC

TiP Measurement Summary (Download):: Min 18.64 Mbps | Middle Avg 31.79 Mbps | Max 36.59 Mbps | 28% Variance

TiP Data Points:: 23.06 Mbps, 35.08 Mbps, 34.68 Mbps, 33.46 Mbps, 33.34 Mbps, 34.17 Mbps, 35.04 Mbps, 36.59 Mbps, 35.48 Mbps, 33.85 Mbps, 32.13 Mbps, 29.32 Mbps, 31.45 Mbps, 34.14 Mbps, 23.06 Mbps, 24.86 Mbps, 25.81 Mbps, 27.94 Mbps, 18.64 Mbps

Client Stats:: https://testmy.net/compID/2223563027111

User Agent:: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; Trident/7.0; rv:11.0) like Gecko [!]

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wow!

first time ever since getting speed increase getting advertised speed when using IE11

so, what are you doing to the site that makes it almost work? :wink:

:::.. Internet Speed Test Result Details ..:::

Download Connection Speed:: 63426 Kbps or 63.4 Mbps

Download Speed Test Size:: 40.6 MB or 41600 kB or 42598400 bytes

Download Binary File Transfer Speed:: 7928 kB/s or 7.9 MB/s

Upload Connection Speed:: 3476 Kbps or 3.5 Mbps

Upload Speed Test Size:: 2.4 MB or 2432 kB or 2490368 bytes

Upload Binary File Transfer Speed:: 435 kB/s

Timed:: Download: 5.373 seconds | Upload: 5.731 seconds

Tested At:: http://TestMy.netVersion 14

Test Time:: 2014-12-06 08:18:56 Local Time

Client Location:: Grand Haven, MI US https://testmy.net/city/grand_haven_mi

Target:: Dallas, TX US http://dallas.testmy.net

Validation:: https://testmy.net/db/mJkuUy9H.AVxkgfvh

TiP Measurement Summary (Download):: Min 25.43 Mbps | Middle Avg 77.24 Mbps | Max 152.71 Mbps | 67% Variance

TiP Data Points:: 152.71 Mbps, 104.86 Mbps, 101.15 Mbps, 101.8 Mbps, 104.51 Mbps, 96.2 Mbps, 74.72 Mbps, 65.4 Mbps, 65.54 Mbps, 65.54 Mbps, 65.54 Mbps, 65.54 Mbps, 65.54 Mbps, 65.26 Mbps, 152.71 Mbps, 38.04 Mbps, 39.27 Mbps, 41.39 Mbps, 25.43 Mbps

Client Stats:: https://testmy.net/compID/2223563027111

User Agent:: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; Trident/7.0; rv:11.0) like Gecko [!]

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I have to say missmoondog, gaining network knowledge would benefit the overall understanding of how data travels.

 

Blaming testmy.net for ISP, local machine, peering, traffic on any number of various levels and or any combination of many other aspects, is not valid.

 

For instance, if I had an agreement with an access provider for 10MBps down, and tested within the main ISP network to 90% +/- at advertised throughput, would I be happy, yes. If i did not know any better. 

 

However this is not a true test. Hence why testmy.net is outside of any ISP network. And it's main baseline server is located on the nations largest most well connected pipe.

 

Testmy.net has no control over what speeds the individual user is able to achieve.

 

These feel good flash test scripts are for the most part located within top level ISP tiers, which are interconnected within fiber nodes peered together, for the most part. Of course they will show the best throughput, there is nothing else in the way, like the realities of actual 'internet' usage.

 

Everything important (that a true test of real world usage requires) is skipped, where the weakest link the data travels through is the machine being tested from and users personal drop, then to the ISP's node, how is this a test other than to verify connectivity to the ISP highest level?

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Hello.

"However this is not a true test. Hence why testmy.net is outside of any ISP network."

Try telling that to a Charter Field Tech Supervisor. He'll say, as one did today, "I can't use that test because it's outside our network." Or tell them that Flash tests are not reliable and anything powered by Ookla favors the ISP and takes the peak readings while testing and seems to average them to get their assessment of my speeds.

Fortunately, Charter had opted for a newer test template that shows, at the end, a graph that gives a better view of what's really going on with lost packets and noise with all the valleys with those peaks. If not for that, I'd still be fighting with them over the bad service I've been getting since their digital roll out.

 

Now, the regular techs that come out enjoy my varied speed test compilation. And two have written your site down for testing other folks' problems.

My other problem is that Charter delivers over what they advertise for me on downloads and that's where I start losing packets regularly, at 65Mbs.

Today they had a regular tech, field line tech and field tech supervisor all looking at the issue. Super called me back later in the evening to tell me they found a problem in the main line down the highway and fixed it. I told him I'd give it a couple days and email him with my results.

 

Thanks for all your work on this site. I have some questions that I'll address elsewhere soon.

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Yes, when an ISP tech is testing the connection to the head end he might want something internal, agreed'

 

However that is not a normal test of usability over peers, which as we know is how the 'interwebz' route data. Therefore we are speaking of entirely different reasons for testing , as well as theories.

 

For the tech to say he cannot use this site because it's out of the system, in his instance he is absolutely correct. You want the span of possible problem nodes reduced to their bare minimum, insuring each hop is confined to the ISP network, therefore indicating whether or not the issue resides within the ISP infrastructure, or elsewhere.

 

Once the ISP line and network has been ruled out as trouble making, you can then move on to speculation and more testing or real world situations. Such as the tests testmy.net supplies.

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Yes, when an ISP tech is testing the connection to the head end he might want something internal, agreed'

 

However that is not a normal test of usability over peers, which as we know is how the 'interwebz' route data. Therefore we are speaking of entirely different reasons for testing , as well as theories.

 

For the tech to say he cannot use this site because it's out of the system, in his instance he is absolutely correct. You want the span of possible problem nodes reduced to their bare minimum, insuring each hop is confined to the ISP network, therefore indicating whether or not the issue resides within the ISP infrastructure, or elsewhere.

 

Once the ISP line and network has been ruled out as trouble making, you can then move on to speculation and more testing or real world situations. Such as the tests testmy.net supplies.

It could always be an issue of peering as well - they may not want you to know that their peering with other ISP's is worthless.

Thanks,

EBrown

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taken many automated tests for the last few months. still kind of unstable. usually taking ~ 30 minutes to connect to the internet after i startup my pc. still not reaching advertised max. speed of 100mbps.

 

the sudden "jump" in speed is because i tried doing a multi-server test on USA servers several minutes ago.

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