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here are results on dslreports test they think i wil give up

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Guest David aka reyalp2003

2003-03-11 12:15:44 Speed test (msp.speakeasy.net) 505/19 kbps fast 4 ,1 day back to sloow

2003-03-10 23:27:46 Speed test (la) 508/32 kbps

2003-03-10 23:10:27 Speed test (ec) 411/19 kbps

2003-03-10 13:41:39 Speed test (msp.speakeasy.net) 476/31 kbps astound slow return service

2003-03-10 13:25:33 Speed test (ec) 527/32 kbps

2003-03-10 13:08:08 Speed test (msp.speakeasy.net) 515/12 kbps the grench who stole broadband

2003-03-10 01:25:48 Speed test (ec) 845/18 kbps

2003-03-10 01:20:11 Speed test (la) 719/17 kbps

2003-03-09 01:25:49 Speed test (ec) 1472/241 kbps

2003-03-09 01:24:10 Speed test (la) 1302/242 kbps

2003-03-09 01:21:18 Speed test (chi.speakeasy.net) 854/241 kbps chicago round trip

2003-03-09 01:17:22 Speed test (msp.speakeasy.net) 1513/232 kbps nice speed no packet loss

2003-03-06 14:12:14 Speed test (la) 1043/241 kbps

2003-03-05 20:01:23 Speed test (wc) 1395/241 kbps

2003-03-05 13:37:23 Speed test (msp.speakeasy.net) 1615/240 kbps great speed downstream and ret

2003-03-04 22:36:47 Speed test (la) 1242/12 kbps

2003-03-04 22:33:56 Speed test (phl.speakeasy.net) 1152/13 kbps

2003-03-04 22:15:55 Speed test (ec) 659/199 kbps

2003-03-04 22:10:14 Speed test (msp.speakeasy.net) 831/217 kbps best results in 10 days

2003-03-04 19:46:30 Speed test (msp.speakeasy.net) 1417/11 kbps up stream 11kbps

2003-03-04 19:41:01 Line quality ping tests cancelled View..

2003-02-16 17:20:36 Line quality 0% loss latency 42.8ms View..

2003-02-14 16:35:15 Line quality 0% loss latency 44.4ms View..

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believe it or not as of now you do not have a leg to stand on in the central office! You have reached the stated speeds both up and down. There could be several determening factors in your problem? as I see it, your looking for consistency and your not going to get it because of the nature of the beast (i.e.) the www. try working with some of the tcp/ip stack tools that are offered at dsl reports and don't worry about your register the values that are default can be replaced, :) hard work does payoff :shock:

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