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I am trying to figure out if my comp should have better scores.

How do I download my stats so i can share what i have?

If you click "Your Results" in the main menu...

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Below the graph you'll see sharing and exporting options...

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Below that you'll see a list of the results in your query...

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Click "Share" to share a single score.

There are also sharing options on the test results page immediately after you test. Just click the tab that says "Share This Result".

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Specs at time of test:

Dell 1545 laptop with Intel 5300 Mini Wifi Card, - Connected to MI424WR-GEN3I Actiontec N Router @54 Mbps

NETGEAR WNDA4100 N900 Wireless Dual Band USB [email protected] 130Mbps

Netgear Powerline AV 500 Gigabit Ethernet Network connected with Marvell Yukon PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller @ 100 Mbps

Not bad considering I almost exclusivley use my D-Link DIR-857 to handle to wireless signal.

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Specs at time of test:

Dell 1545 laptop with Intel 5300 Mini Wifi Card, - Connected to MI424WR-GEN3I Actiontec N Router @54 Mbps

NETGEAR WNDA4100 N900 Wireless Dual Band USB [email protected] 130Mbps

Netgear Powerline AV 500 Gigabit Ethernet Network connected with Marvell Yukon PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller @ 100 Mbps

Not bad considering I almost exclusivley use my D-Link DIR-857 to handle to wireless signal.

Very nice

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Ok, looks like I figured it out (except I only have the URL to post, and not the pics like everyone else... Assistance anyone please?), problem was that I only looked at the first 2 pages of 70 which is an older format, and the last few pages make me miss the city for speeds. The 2 links are my 2 fastest and 2 slowest this week respectively, on a 3Mbps plan (satellite)... Would be great to get the first speeds consistantly, but unfortunately not, my 2 lowest speeds for drastic comparison, again, are not consistant speeds, thankfully this time... Lol Ok, fastest... https://testmy.net/jIfCK3z.png And, slowest... https://testmy.net/iheI5Qu.stKl3Jg.png Cheers to inconsistency, averaging, and finally, a real broadband option to replace the "Rocket Sticks" for us up in cottage country! Lol HunterAce

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Beat this...

 

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:::.. Download Speed Test Result Details ..:::
Download Connection Speed:: 273616 Kbps or 273.6 Mbps
Download Speed Test Size:: 200 MB or 204800 kB or 209715200 bytes
Download Binary File Transfer Speed:: 34202 kB/s or 34.2 MB/s
Tested At:: http://TestMy.net Version 13
Validation:: https://testmy.net/db/1IylJsq
TiP Measurement Summary:: Min 163.84 Mbps | Middle Avg 322.63 Mbps | Max 323.88 Mbps | 39% Variance
TiP Data Points:: 163.84 Mbps, 318.35 Mbps, 274.14 Mbps, 268.44 Mbps, 310.11 Mbps, 311.27 Mbps, 307.28 Mbps, 317.15 Mbps, 312.42 Mbps, 313.01 Mbps, 323.88 Mbps, 312.42 Mbps, 289.76 Mbps, 299.06 Mbps, 307.28 Mbps, 309.54 Mbps, 305.6 Mbps, 282.44 Mbps, 313.59 Mbps
More Stats:: https://testmy.net/quickstats/CA3LE https://testmy.net/compID/46056110242
Test Time:: 2013-03-04 15:11:27 Local Time
Location:: Dallas, TX US >> Destination:: Dallas, TX US
1MB Download in 0.03 Seconds - 1GB Download in ~1 Minutes - 4886X faster than 56K
This test of exactly 204800 kB took 6.134 seconds to complete
Running at 552% of hosts average (SoftLayer Technologies https://testmy.net/hoststats/softlayer_technologi)
User Agent:: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux x86_64; rv:19.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/19.0 [!]

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Depending on your router and the version , you might be able to flash a new OS on it , you can check DD-WRT 's site to see if it is supported. Tomato is also available. Hell if you have an old machine laying around better yet, grab pfsense and do it your own way !

Pretty fast with BT Infinity:

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Just annoying about having to use a Homehub (annoying UI and the DNS server doesn't even work properly). Hopefully another router would work.

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Depending on your router and the version , you might be able to flash a new OS on it , you can check DD-WRT 's site to see if it is supported. Tomato is also available. Hell if you have an old machine laying around better yet, grab pfsense and do it your own way !

I would, but unfortunately it is the Homehub 3 model B which doesn't yet have DD-WRT support :(. If it was cheap enough and BT offered an affordable static ip package I would just use a Linux server for everything (including VDSL/ADSL), but that doesn't seem to be very cost-effective at the moment.

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Starting out as a pretty good day for speeds.

A stock iPad 2. Time Warner Cincinnati. They upgraded their basic service (with Turbo) the first of this year from 10 to 15 Mbps min. It's been pretty solid all year

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Cable modem is a Motorola SurfBoard SB5101

Apple AirPort Extreme Base Station

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