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notice the distance and ping times... im supposed to have 6mb down 390k up (wtf.. 390k... comeon.. i need at least 2mb up to be any where near competitive in games these days.. )
I was just on the news about my internet speed http://firstname.lastname@example.org thats the video that was aired a few days ago. Its kinda weird being on the news about my internet speed. It was hard explaining the differences in fiber compared to dsl/cable regarding stable ping while having background transfers. The reporter had her never changing smile but I could tell she didn't quite get it. The camera man knew what I was talking about tho and seemed interested in the game I was showing them
http://www.optimum.com/order/boost/those type of speeds for only $260/month? Dang that's a nice deal
You made it seem like you were an actual system administrator rather than someone who pings boxes and checks heartbeats all day. Not that most sys admins know how to do more than that anyway. Our Unix admins can't even mount a cdrom drive and don't even know what tar is.
Can you tell that I'm asynchronous here? This isn't a company connection, this is just a $50 home account.
I lived in holland for 2 yrs, i downloaded at around 4 to 5 Megabyte/sec but had a cap at 80 gigs a month (I lived near school campus)
now im in the caribbean on a 2mbit ( 256kbyte/sec) adsl connection ...
I read in the newspaper that sooner or later there is supposed to be 40 mbit/sec( 5120 kbyte/sec) available at an affortable price...
Meh.. A little slower than advertised.
What would cause a speedtest to give inaccurate results? I'm getting ridiculously high speeds.