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My speeds are capped by Cox at 3000Kbs down and 256Kbs up. It costs around $45 a month, so it's kind of expensive, but they're the only cable provider in the area.

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I have a 500 upload speed and a 128 download speed. For a cableone.net modem and its 39.99 a month is that pretty good? And I've notice in the past few weeks my memory has gone down some, like 4% down. Is that ok I'm thinking about reformatting!!

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Download Size 2000 KB

Download Time 6016 ms

Receive Buffer 513920 KB

Transmission Speed 2660 Kb/s

 

 

not bad for mid-day :)

$48.00

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2003-07-23 17:51:00 EST: 491 / 96

Your download speed : 491954 bps, or 491 kbps.

A 60 KB/sec transfer rate.

Your upload speed : 96432 bps, or 96 kbps.

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2003-07-23 18:00:26 EST: 448 / 242

Your download speed : 448128 bps, or 448 kbps.

A 54.7 KB/sec transfer rate.

Your upload speed : 242718 bps, or 242 kbps.

 

i can live with that for aol broadband 512kb download and 256kb upload and £27.99GBp month

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i cant get telewest or ntl in my area and i also ahd just signed another years contract with aol, and i have children that use the net so the parental controls are a real peace of mind.

 

you should look here www.giointernet.com even cheaper than telewest

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speakeasy results:

your download speed: 6274 kbps

your upload speed: 963

 

pcpitstop results:

download size: 2000 KB

download time: 2804 ms

receive buffer: default size

transmission speed: 5706 Kb/s

this is thru a router...without the router i get 8000+ transmission speed!!!

 

optimum online: $45 /month

Edited by JackeL

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2003-07-23 04:15:27 EST: 1545 / 242

Your download speed : 1545421 bps, or 1545 kbps.

A 188.6 KB/sec transfer rate.

Your upload speed : 242277 bps, or 242 kbps.

Seems like broadband .. above the 1mbit barrier!

 

 

From the link posted by Pale

Good Deal Bear....

 

:) Pale

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speakeasy results:

your download speed: 6274 kbps

your upload speed: 963

 

pcpitstop results:

download size: 2000 KB

download time: 2804 ms

receive buffer: default size

transmission speed: 5706 Kb/s

this is thru a router...without the router i get 8000+ transmission speed!!!

 

optimum online: $45 /month

You need a new router!!!!

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do you think it would make a difference?? ...i kind of figured i SHOULD lose something going thru the router.

 

P.S....it IS a new router, netgear wireless MR814. it is hardwired to this computer(netgear nic) and wireless to my kids computers upstairs!

Edited by JackeL

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do you think it would make a difference?? ...i kind of figured i SHOULD lose something going thru the router.

 

P.S....it IS a new router, netgear wireless MR814. it is hardwired to this computer(netgear nic) and wireless to my kids computers upstairs!

I'd update the firmware. You lose 3000 wired??? I don't think that's supposed to be but my speeds aren't that high!!!

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pcpitstop.com results

 

download size: 2000 kb

 

download time: 3531 ms

 

recivie buffer default size

 

transmission speed: 4531 kbps

 

upload speed: 2697 kbps

 

 

im on a military LAN, its free for me!

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