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PING: 25ms
Download Speed:2.92 Mbps
Upload Speed: 0.37 Mbps

But it said I liven in San Marcos, TX, when I actually live in San Antonio, TX.
So I don’t believe it’s accurate.

This is from a laptop, also.

 
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This is my mom’s computer.

 
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Censored for my safety paranoia.

Also I don’t know what any of this computer lingo means.

 
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Originally posted by pokarnor:

PING: 25ms
Download Speed:2.92 Mbps
Upload Speed: 0.37 Mbps

But it said I liven in San Marcos, TX, when I actually live in San Antonio, TX.
So I don’t believ it’s accurate.

It doesn’t tell where you live, it tells where the server is. In the parentheses it also tells you how far your computer is from the server.

Originally posted by Darkir:


Censored for my safety paranoia.


Also I don’t know what any of this computer lingo means.

Your downloading and uploading speed for when you download/upload something to/from the internet.

 
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I never get tired of posting that.

 
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I need a new ISP.

 
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Your downloading and uploading speed for when you download/upload something to/from the internet.

I got that much, but I don’t know how fast slow the numbers on mine are.
From the grade I can guess really bad.

 
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Originally posted by Darkir:

Your downloading and uploading speed for when you download/upload something to/from the internet.

I got that much, but I don’t know how fast slow the numbers on mine are.
From the grade I can guess really bad.

For a good quality network, upload should be around 3-4 mb/s and download around 20-30 mb/s. Ping doesn’t matter that much (it’s the lag between you and the server testing you, which is mostly affect by distance). Most ISP’s roll down your service without telling you while charging you the same rate as a way to save money. If you complain they dial it back up.
 
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The internet seems to suck at night around this time though.

 
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Guys, no one can do shit with your ISP and the server you connected to.

 
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Not very good.

 
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Originally posted by Zaminninc:

Guys, no one can do shit with your ISP and the server you connected to.

Imo, right?

 
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Guys, no one can do shit with your ISP and the server you connected to.

This, a server is the location you are connecting to, not where you live.

An ISP is your internet service provider, it’s the corporation that gives you internet.

 
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Originally posted by TerribleToaster:
For a good quality network, upload should be around 3-4 mb/s and download around 20-30 mb/s. Ping doesn’t matter that much (it’s the lag between you and the server testing you, which is mostly affect by distance). Most ISP’s roll down your service without telling you while charging you the same rate as a way to save money. If you complain they dial it back up.

Thanks, now I understand to the extent my internet sucks. :D
So far in this thread I hold the record for worst internet; any challengers?

 
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I hold second place, I don’t know if I should be happy or sad.

 
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Originally posted by Darkir:
Originally posted by TerribleToaster:
<For a good quality network, upload should be around 3-4 mb/s and download around 20-30 mb/s. Ping doesn’t matter that much (it’s the lag between you and the server testing you, which is mostly affect by distance). Most ISP’s roll down your service without telling you while charging you the same rate as a way to save money. If you complain they dial it back up.

Thanks, now I understand to the extent my internet sucks. :D
So far I hold the record for worst internet; any challengers?

My ISP likes to analfuck my packets for hours sometimes.

Does that count?

 
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hi
i tried speed test from here
http://www.scanmyspeed.com
my download speed:1.09kbps
my upload speed:0.87kbps.

 
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C+
Ping 38
Download 3.83
Upload: 0.36

 
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