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  1. #1

    JodoHost download speed

    Hi!

    Is anywone able to report the download speed from JodoHost server from different locations? I'm getting dissimilar speeds of 16KB/s, 30KB/s and 100KB/s from different locations on the US and speeds of 7KB/s and 30KB/s from different locations at South America. Plenty of bandwidth on all locations.

    Do you know where the problem could be?

    I don't want to put a link to a test file because my transfer limit could be reached easily if everyone starts downloading it. I would be happy of giving the URL to anyone that wants to help me and ask by PM.

    Anyway, if anyone is hosting with them and would like to try and report speed and location I would be grateful.

    Thank you very much!

  2. #2
    I know, I'm navigating their site without problems. It seems their max speed cannot be reached from some locations around the globe, while hitting other servers from the same locations gives much better speeds.

    Thanks for your help!

  3. #3
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    There are no network bottlenecks at least from our side. We have plenty of network capacity (1gbps of total connectivity available) while we are only using 50 to 60mbps on average

    Our bandwidth is served by InterNap and limelight, two quality providers. I see no reason why you should be getting such variations in the US unless there is some ISP bottleneck there.

    Let me also say that by September, we will be getting connectivity extended to us by NAP of Americas. You will see noticable improvement in latency (especially outside the US) once that is completed.

    We have hardly ever received a complaint of slow download speeds. However I'd be happy to check this out if you could PM me.
    Last edited by Yash-JH; 07-16-2005 at 11:33 PM.
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    Wow, I haven't looked at Jodohost in a while.
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  5. #5
    Yash, I've already PM you. My biggest concern is about so dissimilar speeds from diferent locations with plenty of bandwidth.

    Also, I wonder why moving the thread to a place on the forums when it will hardly be noted and less people will be able to help testing the speed.

    Is anyone hosting with JodoHost able to report the speed from their location to the servers?

    Thank you very much!

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    www.isitfresh.org/2004_notes_cubes.pdf Heres a 2.1mb PDF or so test away ;p Hopefully a billon people dont dl it and bump me over ;p

    Ive always hit max speed on the connections ive tested 200k or so

  7. #7
    Although I'm not getting the max I could get (100KBPS), I'm getting better speed today than past days, around 70KBPS. I hope it keeps like that. =)

  8. #8
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    The speed is not good for me.

    The Planet:
    15:11:11 (416.23 KB/s) - `2004_notes_cubes.pdf' saved [2178751/2178751]

    DedNow:
    23:14:36 (396.16 KB/s) - `2004_notes_cubes.pdf' saved [2,178,751/2,178,751]

    Cyberwurx:
    10:12:01 (252.46 KB/s) - `2004_notes_cubes.pdf' saved [2,178,751/2,178,751]

    TMS Yipes line:
    10:11:26 (146.02 KB/s) - `2004_notes_cubes.pdf' saved [2178751/2178751]

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    The speed depends on so many things. There can be network bottlenecks.. ISP bottlenecks etc. You can never expect similar speeds from different ISPs.. These things do not depend on your host.. As you see the two better datacenters on that list (thePlanet & DedNow - with probably least network saturation) are getting the best speeds..

    And really if you are expecting to get a connection of more than 400KBPS ( = 3.2mbps) from a shared host you are asking for a little bit too much.

    And as I said, in September (less than 45 days from now). we will get extended connectivity from the NAP of Americas (they use several carriers).. So whatever connectivity you are receiving now through our current two premium carriers will further improve once that is completed
    Last edited by Yash-JH; 07-21-2005 at 12:04 PM.
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    wget www.isitfresh.org/2004_notes_cubes.pdf
    --12:42:14-- http://www.isitfresh.org/2004_notes_cubes.pdf
    => `2004_notes_cubes.pdf'
    Resolving www.isitfresh.org... 204.14.107.124
    Connecting to www.isitfresh.org[204.14.107.124]:80... connected.
    HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
    Length: 2,178,751 [application/pdf]


    100%[====================================>] 2,178,751 168.52K/s ETA 00:00

    12:42:25 (202.64 KB/s) - `2004_notes_cubes.pdf' saved [2,178,751/2,178,751]


    traceroute www.isitfresh.org
    traceroute to www.isitfresh.org (204.14.107.124), 30 hops max, 38 byte packets
    1 unknown.sagonet.net (63.246.139.1) 0.617 ms 0.594 ms 0.608 ms
    2 gi0-9.cr01.tpa.sagonet.net (65.110.32.65) 0.420 ms 0.515 ms 0.383 ms
    3 ge-6-23.car3.Tampa1.Level3.net (4.79.172.1) 1.047 ms 0.733 ms 0.712 ms
    4 * ae-1-55.mp1.Tampa1.Level3.net (4.68.104.129) 31.108 ms 1.363 ms
    5 ae-0-0.bbr2.Washington1.Level3.net (4.68.128.210) 32.127 ms 31.635 ms as-1-0.bbr1.Washington1.Level3.net (4.68.128.201) 31.296 ms
    6 so-7-0-0.edge1.Washington1.Level3.net (209.244.11.14) 31.987 ms so-6-0-0.edge1.Washington1.Level3.net (209.244.11.10) 32.277 ms 85.031 ms
    7 globalcrossing-level3-oc12.Washington1.Level3.net (209.0.227.118) 27.486 ms 27.647 ms 28.057 ms
    8 so7-0-0-2488M.ar2.MIA1.gblx.net (67.17.67.142) 56.903 ms so2-0-0-2488M.ar2.MIA1.gblx.net (67.17.67.114) 56.557 ms so7-0-0-2488M.ar2.MIA1.gblx.net (67.17.67.142) 153.196 ms
    9 69.28.191.90 (69.28.191.90) 57.953 ms 61.223 ms 57.715 ms
    10 * 204.14.107.124 (204.14.107.124) 56.870 ms 57.326 ms

  11. #11
    Originally posted by cyb
    The speed is not good for me.

    The Planet:
    15:11:11 (416.23 KB/s) - `2004_notes_cubes.pdf' saved [2178751/2178751]

    DedNow:
    23:14:36 (396.16 KB/s) - `2004_notes_cubes.pdf' saved [2,178,751/2,178,751]

    Cyberwurx:
    10:12:01 (252.46 KB/s) - `2004_notes_cubes.pdf' saved [2,178,751/2,178,751]

    TMS Yipes line:
    10:11:26 (146.02 KB/s) - `2004_notes_cubes.pdf' saved [2178751/2178751]
    Those are good speeds for me. I was mostly worried about getting less than 100KB from some locations that could get more than 100KB from other servers.

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