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:::Download Stats:::

Connection is: 5245 kbps about 5 Mbit

Download Speed is: 640 Kb/sec

Auth Code: 2078676 (validate a http://www.testmy.net)

Bottom Line: 94 times faster than 56K you can download 1MB in 2 second(s)

that i get that very fast.

OS: linux, browser: mozilla firebird

:twisted::twisted:

this 2 test

:::Download Stats:::

Connection is: 6463 kbps about 6 Mbit

Download Speed is: 789 Kb/sec

Auth Code: 2096946 (validate a http://www.testmy.net)

Bottom Line: 115 times faster than 56K you can download 1MB in 1 second(s)

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Guest Anonymous
JESUS... that is insane!

thank you. cuz i am using linux and mozilla firebird in order to kick windows and IE a butt

it gives me higher speed levels over max. 6 mbps

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Ran a little benchmark on the side to pit the new Mozilla Firebird 0.6.1 vs Internet Explorer 6.0.2800 ~~ here goes.

fireball_0.6.1.gif Versus ie_6.0.2800.gif

Firebird 0.6.1 :

::: Download Stats :::

Connection is: 2498 kbps about 2 Mbit (tested with 605 KB)

Download Speed is: 305 Kb/sec

Auth Code: 2037471 (validate a http://www.testmy.net)

Bottom Line: 45 times faster than 56K you can download 1MB in 3 second(s)

IE 6.0.2800:

::: Download Stats :::

Connection is: 2459 kbps about 2 Mbit (tested with 605 KB)

Download Speed is: 300 Kb/sec

Auth Code: 2036886 (validate a http://www.testmy.net)

Bottom Line: 44 times faster than 56K you can download 1MB in 3 second(s)

Firebird 0.6.1 re-test:

::: Download Stats :::

Connection is: 2497 kbps about 2 Mbit (tested with 605 KB)

Download Speed is: 305 Kb/sec

Auth Code: 2037456 (validate a http://www.testmy.net)

Bottom Line: 45 times faster than 56K you can download 1MB in 3 second(s)

IE 6.0.2800 re-test :

::: Download Stats :::

Connection is: 2478 kbps about 2 Mbit (tested with 605 KB)

Download Speed is: 303 Kb/sec

Auth Code: 2037171 (validate a http://www.testmy.net)

Bottom Line: 44 times faster than 56K you can download 1MB in 3 second(s)

My Conclusion --- Mozilla Firebird 0.6.1 is a little faster browser than IE 6.0.2800 ... not very much faster though, only a couple of KB/sec difference over all. So far what I have seen from Mozilla Firebird I love it, and would highly recommend downloading it at http://www.mozilla.org/ ~~ but don't get it in the hopes that it will increase your connection speed, that still going to be limited by your provider ;-) -- predninja you are getting awesome speeds... I wish I had a connection that fast, but your OS and browser are only a portion of the reason you get speeds like that, your provider of course comes into the mix and most importantly your CPU, RAM and NIC card plays a part in how fast you are running... now, you running linux frees up a lot of resources so that helps you out a bit, but you are still limited by how fast your provider wants you to be... you are also limited by how fast the test server (in this case, my new kick ass dedicated server... so you have no bottle neck there :-)) ... again, AWESOME man... two more Mbits and you got yourself a 1 MB/sec (not Mbit... MEGABYTE/sec) connection (I would cry if my connection was that fast) ~~ key us in on who your provider is and what level of service you have... how much do you pay.. blah blah.

- Damon ~ CA3LE6UY!

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Ran a little benchmark on the side to pit the new Mozilla Fireball 0.6.1 vs Internet Explorer 6.0.2800 ~~ here goes.

fireball_0.6.1.gif Versus ie_6.0.2800.gif

Fireball 0.6.1 :

::: Download Stats :::

Connection is: 2498 kbps about 2 Mbit (tested with 605 KB)

Download Speed is: 305 Kb/sec

Auth Code: 2037471 (validate a http://www.testmy.net)

Bottom Line: 45 times faster than 56K you can download 1MB in 3 second(s)

IE 6.0.2800:

::: Download Stats :::

Connection is: 2459 kbps about 2 Mbit (tested with 605 KB)

Download Speed is: 300 Kb/sec

Auth Code: 2036886 (validate a http://www.testmy.net)

Bottom Line: 44 times faster than 56K you can download 1MB in 3 second(s)

Fireball 0.6.1 re-test:

::: Download Stats :::

Connection is: 2497 kbps about 2 Mbit (tested with 605 KB)

Download Speed is: 305 Kb/sec

Auth Code: 2037456 (validate a http://www.testmy.net)

Bottom Line: 45 times faster than 56K you can download 1MB in 3 second(s)

IE 6.0.2800 re-test :

::: Download Stats :::

Connection is: 2478 kbps about 2 Mbit (tested with 605 KB)

Download Speed is: 303 Kb/sec

Auth Code: 2037171 (validate a http://www.testmy.net)

Bottom Line: 44 times faster than 56K you can download 1MB in 3 second(s)

My Conclusion --- Mozilla Fireball 0.6.1 is a little faster browser than IE 6.0.2800 ... not very much faster though, only a couple of KB/sec difference over all. So far what I have seen from Mozilla Fireball I love it, and would highly recommend downloading it at http://www.mozilla.org/ ~~ but don't get it in the hopes that it will increase your connection speed, that still going to be limited by your provider ;-) -- predninja you are getting awesome speeds... I wish I had a connection that fast, but your OS and browser are only a portion of the reason you get speeds like that, your provider of course comes into the mix and most importantly your CPU, RAM and NIC card plays a part in how fast you are running... now, you running linux frees up a lot of resources so that helps you out a bit, but you are still limited by how fast your provider wants you to be... you are also limited by how fast the test server (in this case, my new kick ass dedicated server... so you have no bottle neck there :-)) ... again, AWESOME man... two more Mbits and you got yourself a 1 MB/sec (not Mbit... MEGABYTE/sec) connection (I would cry if my connection was that fast) ~~ key us in on who your provider is and what level of service you have... how much do you pay.. blah blah.

- Damon ~ CA3LE6UY!

my ISP is cox, i am paying $49 bucks a month

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Cox in what state?

kansas.

6 warp factor, engage!

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OMG! i getting reached almost 6mbps

::: Download Stats :::

Connection is: 5908 kbps about 6 Mbit (tested with 605 KB)

Download Speed is: 721 Kb/sec

Auth Code: 2088621 (validate a http://www.testmy.net)

Bottom Line: 105 times faster than 56K you can download 1MB in 1 second(s)

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lucky bastard

lol. my l33t sb5100 cable modem beats yours... lol

another high lucky here's

::: Download Stats :::

Connection is: 6330 kbps about 6 Mbit (tested with 605 KB)

Download Speed is: 773 Kb/sec

Auth Code: 2094951 (validate a http://www.testmy.net)

Bottom Line: 113 times faster than 56K you can download 1MB in 1 second(s)

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These are fairly good results as I'm getting about the same, sometime better. It really varies from test to test but the average is about the same.

I usually cross-check this with a large data set (maybe 100MB) as well as other acredited test engines (second opinion, so-to-speak) and find that the results may lead you to believe that your connection is faster than it really is or none consistent at best. I like Mozilla because of it's speed. Most of what I do is either web publishing or online gaming, so speed is important.

It was my understanding that COX advertised only 3Mbit on their home accounts (~$50/month). If you think about it, then how could a person get 4,5,6Mbits..?

I thought I saw a Moderator who worked for COX. If that being the case then he/she could probably tell us if they 'throttle' the connections.

I do know that they send email to 'high' consumers of bandwidth and suggest a commercial account. Something to look out for.

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Yea, I work for COX... and yes we do send a config file to your modem to let the modem know that the maximum up/down speed should be. He should only get 3000Kbps MAX... but in some new areas cable companies have been known to up the throttle a little bit when they have bandwidth to spare. This is sort of a marketing scheme so that you will let your friends know about the extream service you have ;-) ... Also, there is a possiblity that their TFTP server is sending him the wrong config file (ex: sending him a file for a user that has a higher level of service... maybe NINJA has friends in high places... because COX in some areas offers a tiered service) what ever the case... enjoy the speed while you can, because my guess would be that you won't have that forever 8)

Another resource would be another post I made here https://testmy.net/forumz/viewtopic.php?t=9&postdays=0&postorder=asc&highlight=tftp&start=10#153

- CA3LE ~ Site Owner ~ www.TestMy.net

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