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drake
Overdosed on confidence
Premium,MVM
join:2002-06-10
Brooklyn, NY
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reply to Tha ReAlEsT

Re: Official Speed Tests Thread

said by Tha ReAlEsT:
Most people with the cheap fiber connection, are out in the west

Yeah, Like SureWest Fiber Services, 10Mbps/10Mbps for $49.00 per month.

dixnap

join:2001-03-05
Sacramento, CA

1 edit
reply to Tha ReAlEsT

Surewest is in some parts of the city of Sacramento (mostly in the Natomas area) and some parts of Sacramento county... they're expanding to another city in the county (Elk Grove) by the end of the year. And yeah, 10MB/s up and down for about $50.00 a month; it gets cheaper if you buy their phone and TV service.



Greywolf26

@kmcmail.net
reply to peedemon

I live in Charleston, SC.



53059959
Temp banned from BBR more then anyone

join:2002-10-02
PwnZone
reply to redxii

quick speedtest from school: »/speedtests/45···75484111
full ds-3, fractioned off to parts of the school, like business classes, math, science, academy etc... fiber through verizon.



houkouonchi

join:2002-07-22
Ontario, CA
Reviews:
·Verizon FiOS

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to nitro NDT speedtest


shotgun ool

@optonline.net
reply to redxii

42897/860 optimumonline OOL ShotGun @ 11757 7th 08:56PM dyn.optonline.net
comment: 'optical what?'



drake
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Brooklyn, NY
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said by shotgun ool:
42897/860 optimumonline OOL ShotGun @ 11757 7th 08:56PM dyn.optonline.net
comment: 'optical what?'

I don't see how this is possible when OOL is capped at 10Mbps/1Mbps speeds. »/archive?zip=&···t=Search
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Optimized By Optimum Online Cable @ 8064/905 & Road Runner High Speed Cable @ 3031/369


Tha ReAlEsT
The King Is Back, Where My Crown At?
Premium
join:2002-09-28
the past

said by drake:
said by shotgun ool:
42897/860 optimumonline OOL ShotGun @ 11757 7th 08:56PM dyn.optonline.net
comment: 'optical what?'

I don't see how this is possible when OOL is capped at 10Mbps/1Mbps speeds. »/archive?zip=&···t=Search

Also, i think Docsis 1.0 can only up 20-30mb down
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antandshell

join:2003-12-07
Ridge, NY
reply to drake

3 modems



drake
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said by antandshell:
3 modems

Dual WAN Port Router? And why does one need more than 1 modem on their line? If you don't mind, post a speed test from the OOL FTP Test here -- »ftp://ftp1.optonline.net/pub/test64

Note your speed at 50%
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Powered by Optimum Online Cable @ 8365/943 & Road Runner Cable @ 3031/369

antandshell

join:2003-12-07
Ridge, NY

just to speed things up a bit...back to two now ...my area was starting to slow a little....as far as the connection ..i use 2 modems and midpoint, it splits the file down both pipelines and thats how you get the speed. if i use the ool test that you mentioned it will only show half my speed.


davidcb13

join:2004-02-06
Branchville, NJ
reply to Tha ReAlEsT

Yea i live in NJ too and I cant even get real broadband yet. I got one way cable 600/30 So where r u guys gettin fiber?


JohnE73

join:2002-04-28

Verizon in Nortern Bergen county NJ are running the lines for fttp.Judging on how many dormant line i see on the poles,they have been at for a good while.I cant wait till they get to the splice work.As of now ,just coiled dead ends at all the junction points.Reminds me of when ool did their install.


JohnE73

join:2002-04-28

Ooops. lost track of what thread I was posting in.Sorry about that.I hope to post here in about 3/4 of a year from now.Until then,,,,keep up the good speed



Greywolf27

@kmcmail.net

10Mb/10Mb speeds are on the way to me. In 4 to 6 months I will be posting my 10/10 speedtest results!! I can't wait!



dubz

join:2002-12-19
San Ramon, CA

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johnny_t
Premium
join:2004-03-21
Palo Alto, CA

Advertised Speed is 3000/768 (DSL) This connection is used @ Home
Computer Specs 2.4GHZ/256MB/80GB

2004-04-19 21:11:07 EST: 4616 / 662
Your download speed : 4727018 bps, or 4616 kbps.
A 577 KB/sec transfer rate.
Your upload speed : 678426 bps, or 662 kbps.
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Gamertag=Aladar



Tha ReAlEsT
The King Is Back, Where My Crown At?
Premium
join:2002-09-28
the past

said by johnny_t:
Advertised Speed is 3000/768 (DSL) This connection is used @ Home
Computer Specs 2.4GHZ/256MB/80GB

2004-04-19 21:11:07 EST: 4616 / 662
Your download speed : 4727018 bps, or 4616 kbps.
A 577 KB/sec transfer rate.
Your upload speed : 678426 bps, or 662 kbps.

You getting above advertised, you dont see that to much with dsl thats good
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johnny_t
Premium
join:2004-03-21
Palo Alto, CA

Speeds are usually in the 4000-4500/660-662 area but still better then 80%:)

2004-04-21 17:29:25 EST: 4541 / 662
Your download speed : 4650156 bps, or 4541 kbps.
A 567.6 KB/sec transfer rate.
Your upload speed : 678502 bps, or 662 kbps.
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Gamertag=Aladar



redxii
Premium,Mod
join:2001-02-26
Sherwood, MI
reply to Littleguy

said by Littleguy:
Trust me, it's fast. Speed is all relative. What is fast enough?

Funny you should mention..

I guess this totally different--

I lurk the hardware forums and many people have the "fast is never fast enough" attitude. I play games at full res just fine with my system.
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Anti_Cyrix
Premium
join:2003-03-06
Sacramento, CA
reply to dixnap

said by dixnap:
Here's my speed test using SureWest/Winfirst!

Mine is the same as yours. 10/10 advertised, I get about 9.1 to 9.8Mbps up and down.


johnny_t
Premium
join:2004-03-21
Palo Alto, CA

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53059959
Temp banned from BBR more then anyone

join:2002-10-02
PwnZone
reply to redxii

»/speedtests/93···83105825
a 10mbps/10mbps connection one of our servers runs on.



AnonnVI

@donobi.net

2004-04-27 23:42:08 EST: 29398 / 12710
Your download speed : 30103643 bps, or 29398 kbps.
A 3674.7 KB/sec transfer rate.
Your upload speed : 13015184 bps, or 12710 kbps.

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StreetSpirit
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join:2002-08-13
Roslyn, NY
kudos:3
Reviews:
·Optimum Online
reply to redxii

Ok you high fiber diet people, get a good laugh!

Router: Xincom XC-DPG502

ISP: Optimum Online [10mbit/1mbit cable in NYC]
Modems being used: Just one for now, a Motorola SurfBoard 5100

wget

--20:50:12--  ftp://ftp.aol.com/aol6.0/171340/setupaol60.exe
=> `setupaol60.exe'
Resolving ftp.aol.com... done.
Connecting to ftp.aol.com[64.12.168.246]:21... connected.
Logging in as anonymous ... Logged in!
==> SYST ... done. ==> PWD ... done.
==> TYPE I ... done. ==> CWD /aol6.0/171340 ... done.
==> PORT ... done. ==> RETR setupaol60.exe ... done.
Length: 46,335,048 (unauthoritative)

100%[====================================>] 46,335,048 1.12M/s ETA 00:00

20:50:52 (1.12 MB/s) - `setupaol60.exe' saved [46335048]

---------------------------------------------------------

$wget ftp://ftp.netscape.com/pub/netscape7/english/7.0/unix/linux22/sea/netscape-i686-pc-l
*inux-gnu-sea.tar.gz
--21:01:19-- ftp://ftp.netscape.com/pub/netscape7/english/7.0/unix/linux22/sea/netscape-i
*686-pc-linux-gnu-sea.tar.gz
=> `netscape-i686-pc-linux-gnu-sea.tar.gz'
Resolving ftp.netscape.com... done.
Connecting to ftp.netscape.com[64.12.168.19]:21... connected.
Logging in as anonymous ... Logged in!
==> SYST ... done. ==> PWD ... done.
==> TYPE I ... done. ==> CWD /pub/netscape7/english/7.0/unix/linux22/sea ... done.
==> PORT ... done. ==> RETR netscape-i686-pc-linux-gnu-sea.tar.gz ... done.
Length: 45,306,637 (unauthoritative)

100%[====================================>] 45,306,637 1.11M/s ETA 00:00

21:01:59 (1.11 MB/s) - `netscape-i686-pc-linux-gnu-sea.tar.gz' saved [45306637]

(*) WARNING 2 long line(s) split

Java
2004-05-09 20:47:48Speed test @ nyc.speakeasy.net9172/928 kbps
2004-05-01 05:32:20Speed test @ nyc.speakeasy.net9110/925 kbps
2004-05-01 05:31:06Speed test @ blt.speakeasy.net8822/925 kbps
2004-04-29 22:47:40Speed test @ www.mountaincable.net8606/925 kbps
2004-04-23 20:03:18Speed test @ nyc.speakeasy.net9110/928 kbps

DRPing Results
Doctor PingScore 58.70
Doctor PingScore 55.20
Doctor PingScore 55.50
Doctor PingScore 57.80

Line Quality: »/quality/nil/1380430

I'm used to 1.5mbit ADSL, and Optimum Online is probably as close to fiber speeds as I'll come in the forseable future.

So you've got one happy cable camper here, not that I don't wish for symetric upload! :)

Regards,
David

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"Defining artistic expression as content is anathema to me." -Courtney Love »dir.salon.com/tech/feature/2000/···dex.html


mxmumtuna

join:2000-08-11
Ashburn, VA
Reviews:
·Verizon FiOS

1 edit
reply to redxii

alrighty.. I edited out some of the traceroute to obscure my employer :)

[jasonc@nightfall jasonc]$ ncftpget ftp://ftp1.optonline.net/pub/test64
test64: 64.00 MB 7.82 MB/s
[jasonc@nightfall jasonc]$ traceroute ftp1.optonline.net
traceroute to ftp1.srv.hcvlny.cv.net (167.206.5.41), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets

*snipped*

10 r1-pos2-2.in.nycmny83.cv.net (167.206.8.149) 6.446 ms 6.372 ms 6.451 ms
11 r2-srp5-0.wan.hcvlny.cv.net (167.206.12.146) 6.983 ms 6.867 ms 6.894 ms
12 65.19.104.4 (65.19.104.4) 6.964 ms 6.842 ms 6.952 ms
13 65.19.104.22 (65.19.104.22) 6.932 ms 6.993 ms 7.007 ms
14 167.206.15.149 (167.206.15.149) 7.462 ms 7.405 ms 7.613 ms
15 167.206.15.155 (167.206.15.155) 19.619 ms 7.006 ms 8.095 ms
16 * * *
^C
[jasonc@nightfall jasonc]$
[jasonc@nightfall jasonc]$ ncftpget ftp://ftp.aol.com/aol6.0/171340/setupaol60.exe
setupaol60.exe: 44.19 MB 9.24 MB/s
[jasonc@nightfall jasonc]$ traceroute ftp.aol.com
traceroute to ftp.aol.com (205.188.212.118), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets

*snip snip*

8 ftp.newaol.com (205.188.212.118) 1.314 ms 1.527 ms 1.218 ms
[jasonc@nightfall jasonc]$

just to clarify - those are megabytes, not megabits.


Just from my desk at work.. though I do have 1.5/1.5 fiber at home (Brambleton in Loudoun County, Virginia - first full community with FTTH for voice, data, tv) - I get basically 1.3/1.5 realistically. I believe they're going to offer 3/3 soon, which would be nice.

shred8

join:2001-12-05
Sacramento, CA
reply to redxii

Click for full size
surewest speed
well looks like my bad speeds were caused by the sasser virus since cleaning up my speeds have been consistently in this area:


ropeguru
Premium
join:2001-01-25
Mechanicsville, VA
reply to mxmumtuna

You No. Virgian's get to have all the fun up there. Us down here in Richmond always get left out because Verizon is always catering to the Govt. and Politicians up there.

Maybe one day Verizon will get us some fiber down here. It is really annoying that they will not do anything for us.



Cousin Dave
Trendsetter
Premium
join:2002-10-29

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said by ropeguru:
You No. Virgian's get to have all the fun up there. Us down here in Richmond always get left out because Verizon is always catering to the Govt. and Politicians up there.

Try living in Newport News,we get the crumbs from the leftover scraps that you get.:(
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ropeguru
Premium
join:2001-01-25
Mechanicsville, VA

I figured you guys down there would do almost as well and Northern Virginia. With all the military down there.