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Now if I can just get my connection to stay on and not be forced to reset the friggin modem every other day.
Airbornflight, read Cox's small print... it says you can get upto 5 Mega Bits, which = around 3000KB, evil wording....
Well, I ran a bunch of speed tests on my Comcast cable and they were all different (from 2kbps to 6.5kbps depending on which speed test I ran), but just for the sake of posting some results, here is an average one.
Im sorry to hear that, how long does it take you to upload a work unit at that speed? I mean, 6.5 kilobits per second, that comes out too .8 kilobytes per second, man, that is so fast that it is on fire....in 1962.
I can only imagine how long it takes to upload a workunit.:p
You guys are getting a little kinky for my taste.
That's OK, though.
Download Speed: 1619 kbps (202.4 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 5497 kbps (687.1 KB/sec transfer rate)
T-1 line here in center city Philly
Thank you for this thread. The other day I tried it, and was getting consistently about 3.5mb down/400K up...
This would be fine, except I am PAYING for 6d/1u... So I called my provider, and convinced them to send a technician out (which is always like pulling teeth)
He discovered that my cable modem was too old to support the higher speeds and replaced it. Now I am getting what I pay for
Black Hawk wrote:
Remind me to download as much pr0n as I can and sabotage your cable line next time I'm there.
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