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lostspaceman

join:2012-07-26
T3N0K7
reply to Anonymous_

Re: First to 400 gbps in North America

Shaw currently offers 250Mbps in my area, so I don't think it'll take quite that long :P


lucky644
Premium
join:2002-02-04
I subscribe to the 250mbit package, I've never seen my speeds exceed 200mbit yet, best I've seen is 170mbit. They could offer 500mbit but it wouldn't matter if the nodes are so saturated you'll never see anything close to it =|

(this is doing multiple speedtests on multiple computers on multiple websites and monitoring the modem/routers throughput)
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Doonz

join:2010-11-27
Beaumont, AB
said by lucky644:

I subscribe to the 250mbit package, I've never seen my speeds exceed 200mbit yet, best I've seen is 170mbit. They could offer 500mbit but it wouldn't matter if the nodes are so saturated you'll never see anything close to it =|

(this is doing multiple speedtests on multiple computers on multiple websites and monitoring the modem/routers throughput)

I have no problem hitting 28Mb/s


lucky644
Premium
join:2002-02-04
I'm in Edmonton, so there's about....800,000 more people than Beaumont, might affect that :P

Also, did you mean 28MB/s?
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Doonz

join:2010-11-27
Beaumont, AB
said by lucky644:

I'm in Edmonton, so there's about....800,000 more people than Beaumont, might affect that :P

Also, did you mean 28MB/s?

yes MB. and those results are from summerside and kingsway in edmonton


lucky644
Premium
join:2002-02-04
Sucks to be me then.
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HempHog
Shrewd

join:2004-03-07
Okotoks, AB
Reviews:
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reply to lucky644
said by lucky644:

I subscribe to the 250mbit package, I've never seen my speeds exceed 200mbit yet, best I've seen is 170mbit. They could offer 500mbit but it wouldn't matter if the nodes are so saturated you'll never see anything close to it =|

(this is doing multiple speedtests on multiple computers on multiple websites and monitoring the modem/routers throughput)

It's your hardware, you need a high end router to handle that kind of speed. What do you use?
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lucky644
Premium
join:2002-02-04
Dir 825 dlink, I believe, I'm out of town on business currently so I can't look.
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stolen

join:2004-04-12
Calgary, AB
kudos:2
Should be able to handle 250 when wired:
»www.smallnetbuilder.com/wireless ··· &start=2
Make sure the firmware is up to date (as always).


lucky644
Premium
join:2002-02-04
It is wired, and it is up to date (even though 'up to date' is pretty old) dlink doesn't update their firmware very often.
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