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cyberfox2004

Speed Test and test your connection speed! By measuring the download and upload rate from the following locations you are able to accurately judge your current line throughput or internet connection speed.

http://www.speakeasy.net/speedtest/

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xxpor

Last Result:

Download Speed: 4624 kbps (578 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 319 kbps (39.9 KB/sec transfer rate)

comcast nj

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Ryan Hoffman

Download Speed: 6446 kbps (805.8 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 6178 kbps (772.3 KB/sec transfer rate)

(Stony Brook University)

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Mystical112

Download Speed: 2515 kbps (314.4 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 659 kbps (82.4 KB/sec transfer rate)

Bell Sympatico

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the6thfactor

Download Speed: 17757 kbps (2219.6 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 2255 kbps (281.9 KB/sec transfer rate)

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CHALE

I'm at work and this is what I got...

Down: 8429 (1053.6 KB/sec transfer rate)

Up: 7555 (942.6 KB/sec transfer rate)

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Driph

Download Speed: 2519 kbps (314.9 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 421 kbps (52.6 KB/sec transfer rate)

SBC Yahoo DSL Pro

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Leddy

I measure 11Mbps downstream from a local bandwidth test site.

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SLeeM@N

4695/750

cable

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Napalm Frog

Down: 4891 kbps

Up:378 kbps

Rogers High Speed Express (5mbps)

Not bad, considering others are surfing the net on my LAN right now. Can't wait until we upgrade to Extreme. And at least here is Ottawa, it doesn't seem that Rogers is throttling their BitTorrent ports.

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Coachsleep

6.5meg / sec down - using Usenet :cry:

3meg / sec up - uploading to usenet

Northern Michigan University

Charter Communications T3

Marquette

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illicit

Last Result:

Download Speed: 1502 kbps (187.8 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 367 kbps (45.9 KB/sec transfer rate)

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mc_leish

Last Result:

Download Speed: 1260 kbps (157.5 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 201 kbps (25.1 KB/sec transfer rate)

log.php?d=1260&u=201&s=3&c=speakeasy

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Slipdisc210

Download Speed: 8228 kbps (1028.5 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 357 kbps (44.6 KB/sec transfer rate)

On Indianapolis Comcast

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afterlife

Last Result:

Download Speed: 4881 kbps (610.1 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 784 kbps (98 KB/sec transfer rate)

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User6060

Download Speed: 1798 kbps (224.8 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 623 kbps (77.9 KB/sec transfer rate)

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-hurley18

Download Speed: 429 kbps (53.5 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 203 kbps (25.4 KB/sec transfer rate)

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saiz66

Download Speed: 5996 kbps (749.5 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 594 kbps (74.3 KB/sec transfer rate)

Cogeco Cable Lite (and this is the cheapest version)

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raider360

Download Speed: 436 kbps (54.5 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 52 kbps (6.5 KB/sec transfer rate)

:blush: :)

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.Ali

Download Speed: 3027 kbps (378.4 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 2062 kbps (257.8 KB/sec transfer rate)

College network

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skwid

Download Speed: 1402 kbps (175.3 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 1139 kbps (142.4 KB/sec transfer rate)

Bellsouth T1 (My Office)

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oceanseleven

Download Speed: 8995 kbps (1124.4 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 1801 kbps (225.1 KB/sec transfer rate)

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TheTerminator

Download Speed: 1403 kbps (175.4 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 909 kbps (113.6 KB/sec transfer rate)

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Unimatrix Xero

Download Speed: 1875 kbps (234.4 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 234 kbps (29.3 KB/sec transfer rate)

BT - 2mb Line.... (yea right)

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instant.human

look at these kick ass slow "speeds":

Download Speed: 990 kbps (123.8 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 126 kbps (15.8 KB/sec transfer rate)

t-com adsl/germany.

dont know, must be some worm running in the back. ;)

i will try it again tomorrow after restarting my machine. ;)

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sharpy2k4

im paying for 1mb tiscali, and getting this ->

Download Speed: 472 kbps (59 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 216 kbps (27 KB/sec transfer rate)

sucks ass!

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