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NetFixer
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reply to pflog

Re: [Speed] [BUSINESS CLASS] 12/2 or 22 Tier After Upgrade

said by pflog:

said by JohnInSJ:

No, 12/2 have 17/3, exactly as they should, unless they are misprovisioned.

Wouldn't surprise me if it's a misprovision then I guess. This has been a huge clusterf***.

I don't think that anyone in this thread has said that they were getting sustained speeds of 21/4 for the BC starter package. I have seen the word "consistent" used, but I suspect that applies to short on-line speed tests that also include at least some PowerBoost residue. I do not see sustained speeds greater than ~17/3 on my starter tier connection.

DiffProbe release. January 2012. Build 1008.
Shaper Detection Module.
 
Connected to server 4.71.254.162.
 
Estimating capacity:
Upstream: 3735 Kbps.
Downstream: 93969 Kbps.
 
The measurement will take upto 3.0 minutes. Please wait.
 
Checking for traffic shapers:
 
Upstream: No shaper detected.
Median received rate: 3658 Kbps.
 
Downstream: Burst size: 9067-10006 KB;
Shaping rate: 17024 Kbps.
 

It might be helpful if the posters talking about getting 21/4 for starter tier service posted ShaperProbe results.

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pflog
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Fair enough, it could just be "sustained" PB of 21/4 I guess.

Yes, if people could be specific about PB vs. non-PB sustained speeds, it would help ensure everyone is on the same page.
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