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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.:rant:
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. :wtf:
That's OK, though. :wave:
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:eek2:
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. :ninja:
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