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  1. #1
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    Testing FDC Server Speed

    If anyone has a testfile on 100Mbps connection, please post.

    I just got a server at FDC and I'm very eager to see how much inbound it can pull.

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    Here you go.

    400Mb, http://mtxis.net/wht-temp.bin

    btw; Once you download it PM a link back so I can test the dwl speed too
    ^_^

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    I don't have it set up yet, I'll send a link when it's ready.

    I'm downloading the file and it's going at... 340 KB stable. Which makes me nervous.

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    I am on Cox Cable in Virginia (not to mention a wireless connection, which sometimes does provide interference, and which significantly lowers my transfer rates usually be 3/4), and I started at 186 KB/sec, went down to 90 and stayed pretty low.

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    Francisco, are you sure that's 100Mbps upload you have? Because my server can only pull 340Kbps and it's making me very nervous. I was looking for at least 10Mbps inbound.

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    4 mbit download to an old ev1 server that i am canceling monday, dont have site on that box to let you dl back.

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    762.04K/s from a managed.com box
    290.59K/s from a box on a 4M connection through ottawa telecom
    Note : The IP of the server provided seems to be a GNAX IP(both from whois and traceroute).... (mtxis.net resolves to 216.180.224.11 for me)
    Are you sure your servers on a 100M port?

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    Does anyone else have a 100 MBps upload file I could test?

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    20% [======> ] 92,550,504 2.54M/s ETA 02:12


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    458 kBps

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    Yes, the server is from Gnax. I though he wanted to download some files into his server... maybe I'm missing something.

    Yes, the server has 100Mbps port. I'm not sure why is so slow with some providers it might be the routing.

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    All I can pull is 330KBps on your server. I hope it's not my server. I tried a number of other test files I could find and got as high as 900KBps on one of them.

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    thelinuxguy:

    This may be a bit off topic, but which box at Limelight did you attempt that download (or at the very least, which reseller/POP is it located)?

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    11 mbps from a ThePlanet 100 mbps server...

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    Originally posted by Tee
    11 mbps from a ThePlanet 100 mbps server...
    he`s asking for a speed test file on 100Mbit pipe. Not for a speed test that Francisco posted


    Try downloading ICQ, they have fairly fast server

    ftp://ftp.icq.com/pub/ICQ_Win95_98_N...icq4_setup.exe

    or netscape

    ftp://ftp2.netscape.com/pub/communic...l/cc32d479.exe

    in any case I don`t think you`ll be able to accomplish full 100Mbit on single file transfer
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    Pulling 2 megs a second on my BurstNET box.
    hm what should I put in my sig?

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    ooops double post
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    Originally posted by bummer6666
    ooops double post
    Yeah, now its a triple post.

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    From my vietnam ADSL : 80kbyte /s . From my server at Americandatacenter :
    [email protected] [/]# wget http://mtxis.net/wht-temp.bin
    --10:06:22-- http://mtxis.net/wht-temp.bin
    => `wht-temp.bin'
    Resolving mtxis.net... done.
    Connecting to mtxis.net[216.180.224.11]:80... connected.
    HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
    Length: 445,055,300 [application/octet-stream]

    2% [ ] 11,011,448 3.02M/s ETA 02:26
    Can't believe FDC can do it . What is your server ? A share 100mbps server or a full 10mbps ?

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    http://mtxis.net/wht-temp.bin IS NOT FDC SERVER
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    Originally posted by Francisco
    Yes, the server is from Gnax. I though he wanted to download some files into his server... maybe I'm missing something.

    Yes, the server has 100Mbps port. I'm not sure why is so slow with some providers it might be the routing.
    from what I can tell, gnax is having network issues today. pings were at 200MS for me for about 2 hours, and download speeds were a little off.

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    I'm getting 300 on ICQ, it may be too short to quite tell. I sure HOPE that many concurrent connections give my server greater throughput, because 300KB downstream on 100MBps port is rather unsettling.

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    I believe a proper test would be to do a server to server transfer within the same datacenter. Anything outside the datacenter itself would be subjected to the slowest hop between you and your server.
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    Originally posted by bummer6666
    http://mtxis.net/wht-temp.bin IS NOT FDC SERVER
    Sorry , my mistake

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    Originally posted by Hulk
    from what I can tell, gnax is having network issues today. pings were at 200MS for me for about 2 hours, and download speeds were a little off.
    Yes, the monitoring software detected some packet loss between 7 PM, 30% for a while but now is normal it seems At least it is not down

    btw; Bummer that's right I don't have a server with you. But you don't have to yell at people like that it doesn't seems professional.


    Just my $.02

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    nobody`s yelling , just made a note that speed test link you provided is on not FDC`s network, cause some people assumed it was
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    bummer,

    I had no luck finding a test server from which I could consistently pull over 350Kbps. Since you're with FDC (going by your sig), can you tell me what kind of inbound I should be expecting on your network on average?

    eddy,

    I mean to test inbound from the internet. Particularly between FDC and SM.
    Last edited by MetaData; 05-29-2004 at 12:23 AM.

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    I don`t think you`ll be able to get full 100Mbit on signle file transfer. Try downloading several larage files at the same time from different high speed servers to get more acurate results.

    FDC has little bit over 3Gbit of inbound capacity that never gets utilized, so all that bandwidth is up for grabs.

    btw what speed do you get from ftp://ftp.icq.com/pub/ICQ_Win95_98_N...icq4_setup.exe

    I get following

    wget ftp://ftp.icq.com/pub/ICQ_Win95_98_N...icq4_setup.exe
    --00:27:29-- ftp://ftp.icq.com/pub/ICQ_Win95_98_N...icq4_setup.exe
    => `icq4_setup.exe.1'
    Resolving ftp.icq.com... done.
    Connecting to ftp.icq.com[64.12.168.20]:21... connected.
    Logging in as anonymous ... Logged in!
    ==> SYST ... done. ==> PWD ... done.
    ==> TYPE I ... done. ==> CWD /pub/ICQ_Win95_98_NT4/ICQ_4/Lite_Edition ... done.
    ==> PORT ... done. ==> RETR icq4_setup.exe ... done.
    Length: 2,928,144 (unauthoritative)

    100%[====================================>] 2,928,144 1.77M/s ETA 00:00
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    I'm getting around 550KBps on that ICQ file. So along as the inbound capacity is there, I'm satisfied. Just wanted to make sure that inbound does indeed have some room.

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    From ev1:
    00:39:36 (2.63 MB/s) - `wht-temp.bin' saved

    From ezzi.net:
    00:41:20 (1.48 MB/s) - `wht-temp.bin' saved

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    After doing some proper testing I can report the results.

    Sustained inbound speeds of ~95 Mbps (11.7-11.9 M/s) were achieved. Not peak, but actual, sustained, average inbound speeds.

    Inbound seems clear as a bell.

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    LOL if you had a gigabit network card you`d be able to max it out as well
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    Connecting to mtxis.net[216.180.224.11]:80... connected.
    HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
    Length: 445,055,300 [application/octet-stream]

    6% [===> ] 29,545,304 9.65M/s ETA 00:41

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    Originally posted by MetaData
    After doing some proper testing I can report the results.

    Sustained inbound speeds of ~95 Mbps (11.7-11.9 M/s) were achieved. Not peak, but actual, sustained, average inbound speeds.

    Inbound seems clear as a bell.
    I bet outbound is a different story

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    1.13M/s from superbservers
    for the http://mtxis.net/wht-temp.bin link

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    Connecting to mtxis.net[216.180.224.11]:80... connected.
    HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
    Length: 445,055,300 [application/octet-stream]

    100%[====================================>] 445,055,300 856.56K/s ETA 00:00

    17:18:34 (856.56 KB/s) - `wht-temp.bin' saved [445055300/445055300]

    Other one

    Logging in as anonymous ... Logged in!
    ==> SYST ... done. ==> PWD ... done.
    ==> TYPE I ... done. ==> CWD /pub/ICQ_Win95_98_NT4/ICQ_4/Lite_Edition ... done.
    ==> PORT ... done. ==> RETR icq4_setup.exe ... done.
    Length: 2,928,144 (unauthoritative)

    100%[====================================>] 2,928,144 2.96M/s ETA 00:00

    17:19:06 (2.96 MB/s) - `icq4_setup.exe' saved [2928144]


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    Ah, what a great, great program wget is

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    From Servermatrix

    --14:39:11-- http://mtxis.net/wht-temp.bin
    => `wht-temp.bin'
    Resolving mtxis.net... done.
    Connecting to mtxis.net[216.180.224.11]:80... connected.
    HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
    Length: 445,055,300 [application/octet-stream]

    7% [====> ] 32,968,016 2.83M/s

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