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Top 30 ratings for USA:FL
|46.5||2.0ms||PowerLink||West Palm Beach, FL, ||UnKown|
|47.2||9.0ms||directvdsl||Miami, FL, ||coryc1|
|47.9||22.0ms||Netrox||Boca Raton, FL, ||(ADSL)||una1337|
|49.4||4.0ms||Miami, FL, ||sigbus|
|50.6||12.0ms||Lutz, FL, ||zeeftoe|
|51.6||14.0ms||Crestview, FL, ||abarringer|
|52.3||12.0ms||Tampa, FL, ||dtsupport|
|53.6||10.0ms||Megapath||Milton, FL, ||bfharris|
|53.7||15.0ms||Tampa, FL, ||rdwilli79|
|54.0||16.0ms||Panama City, FL, ||amhlooper|
|54.2||6.0ms||Fort Lauderdale, FL, ||ray33324|
|54.3||18.0ms||comcast||Key West, FL, ||(cable)||mark5019|
|54.8||15.0ms||Valrico, FL, ||krempaj|
|55.1||26.0ms||SnappyDSL.net||Miami, FL, ||Faisal0|
|55.4||15.0ms||Orlando, FL, ||dave09704|
|55.8||16.0ms||Seffner, FL, ||tmazzullo|
|55.9||15.0ms||Brandon, FL, ||degenr8shn|
|56.3||15.0ms||road runner||Altamonte Springs, FL, ||rjureidini|
|56.4||15.0ms||Deltona, FL, ||chilikiller|
|56.4||15.0ms||bellsouth||Pompano Beach, FL, ||secret_soup|
|56.5||16.0ms||rr||Orlando, FL, ||elb0mb|
|56.7||18.0ms||Oviedo, FL, ||RustyBBR|
|56.9||14.0ms||Time Warner||Longwood, FL, ||camaroz|
|56.9||17.0ms||Earthlink||Orange City, FL, ||Loueloui|
|57.0||19.0ms||cox cable||Fort Walton Beach, FL, ||(cable)||isophlux|
|57.7||19.0ms||Jasper, FL, ||Nuckin_Futs|
|57.8||16.0ms||Verizon xDSL||Sarasota, FL, ||nilnet|
|57.8||17.0ms||Port Orange, FL, ||bytedown23|
|57.9||14.0ms||Time Warner||Longwood, FL, ||camaroz|
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Dr Ping FAQ
DOWNLOAD: v2003-12-3 doctorping.zip.
What is the purpose? If you are curious to see how your broadband ISP measures up against competition in terms of latency to many different internet destinations, then Doctorping will help. It calculates a latency benchmark, which you can use to compare to others in your ZIP or state.
How to get your score: Please download the windows-only executable, doctorping.exe. Unpack it onto your desktop, find the doctorping program icon (looks like a bullseye with a red cross in it), and run it. Doctorping will check the latency to a class of internet routers spread through the US, and take your browser back to this page, to display your ping score, and your rank.
How is the score calculated?
The score is the MEDIAN of all the millisecond ping results. Those who remember high school stats know that the median is less sensitive to outliers (extreme results at either end of the spectrum).
What is a good score?
The lower the doctorping score the better. A good score is one that is top in your area (US state). A bad score is one that is bottom in your area.
What does it measure?
The measure is the average of the latency from you to many IP addresses, spread fairly evenly around the US. Some routers are near you, others are far away.
I've got a terrible score! What does that mean!
It means that your average latency is measured as relatively high. If others in your area, on the same ISP, score much better, it may indicate a problem with your line or setup. If others in your area, on the same ISP, also score badly, your ISP may not be efficiently routing you, compared to competing companies.
Doctorping is under development. The class of routers we choose to test against may not be fairly distributed across the nation. Please do not raise a stink with your ISP, based on use of this test.