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I'll try some outside sources today!

Thanks........

well where better to test from , then the most accurate test server , testmy.net, post the comparison from in the network to out of network, naturally , the speeds are going to be reduced when your not testing from the ISP itself.
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TW in my area advertises their 15Mb plan has powerboost.  But I'm on the 10Mb plan and I see powerboosts of 25-15Mbps before it levels out towards the normal 10Mbps.

I got a question for the admin, does testmy.net use the same protocols as the other speed test sites?  It is possable for my ISP to lower the priority of something like FTP?

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I got a question for the admin, does testmy.net use the same protocols as the other speed test sites?  It is possable for my ISP to lower the priority of something like FTP?

I know that some ISP's , or I should say I have heard , some ISP's don't allow the standard ftp port "21" which is outdated, (they don't want you running a server) and very insecure, Spome also block port "80" , but then again, with the right server, you can change the incoming port, and tell the client where it's at, so just use a different port, I use sftp, which runs through port "22" . But then again, the way networks stay compatible with sftp anymore, you would use PASV mode, in which the ports range from "1024-65535" on the server side to answer the client back.

TWC blocks port 80, so what, just tell the client wherever you ported the thing to  :haha: :haha:

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