|reply to axus |
Re: What should he have?
said by axus:If you remember back a few years ago, some Speedtest.net servers couldnt handle the charter ultra60 and the comcast 50mbps tier, with being the only way to max it out was to open multiple downloads at once. Now, speedtest servers(which are not paid for by speedtest.net) can handle 100mbps just fine, but I can see some of the smaller servers(and just jump servers if you dont believe me, you get wildly different results due to congestion, limits, and other factors) still not having the space to muster a gigabit connection in full. And in all honesty, 176mbps downstream from a shared connection, and wireless at that is pretty damn good.
If I read correctly, this was from shared WiFi in an internet cafe. It was "n", so should only be limited by the other users. It said that people from Google configured everything, so the router would have been tweaked as much as possible.