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  1. #1

    Help me test download speeds =D

    Im thinking about getting a server from Direct Space but I need to know how good there transfer rates are in different areas of the world.

    Could you all help me out?

    Please post the country your testing from and the transfer speed

    Heres the link:

    http://67.152.43.2:8082/10MBtest.zip

    Home connections are preferred

  2. #2
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    Leighs-MBP-2:wget leigh$ wget http://67.152.43.2:8082/10MBtest.zip
    --10:37:08-- http://67.152.43.2:8082/10MBtest.zip
    => `10MBtest.zip'
    Resolving 67.152.43.2... 67.152.43.2
    Connecting to 67.152.43.2:8082... connected.
    HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
    Length: 10,485,760 [application/zip]

    100%[========================================================>] 10,485,760 75.11K/s ETA 00:00

    Last-modified header invalid -- time-stamp ignored.
    10:39:19 (78.99 KB/s) - `10MBtest.zip' saved [10485760/10485760]

    20mbit cable connection in UK
    Regards,
    Leigh

    Host High - reliable UK hosting

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    Cambrium, NL: 75K/s
    True, NL: 125K/s
    Leaseweb, NL: 135K/s
    Razorservers, Philadelphia: 180K/s
    OLM, NY: 160K/s
    Wholesaleinternet, Kansas: 320K/s

    Extremely low speeds, especially considering it is off-peak while testing. They seem to have some serious network issues.
    Powered by Level3, GBLX and AT&T

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    About 150kbps, way less then the 1500kbps I normally get through the internet. Find a new host.
    Steven Crothers
    No BS cloud engineer and Red Hat architect.

  5. #5
    Thanks for the tests guys =)

    Keep them coming if possible

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    Only getting about 10% of available download speed here in the DC area. No packet loss though...strange.
    Fast Serv Networks, LLC | AS29889 | Fully Managed Cloud, Streaming, Dedicated Servers, Colo by-the-U
    Since 2003 - Ashburn VA + San Diego CA Datacenters

  7. #7
    Quote Originally Posted by Anirk View Post
    Thanks for the tests guys =)

    Keep them coming if possible
    Launched some concurrent tests through Gomez.. Results:

    San Diego, CA - AT&T - 29.563 seconds - 346 kB/s
    Vancouver, BC Canada - Group Telecom - 50.187 seconds - 204kB/s
    Atlanta, GA - Verizon (MCI) - 55.118 seconds - 186 kB/s
    Tokyo, Japan - Japan Telecom - 97.953 seconds - 105kB/s
    London, UK - Verizon (MCI) - 100.281 seconds - 102kB/s
    Chicago, IL - Level3 - 50.563 seconds - 202kB/s
    Houston, TX - Internap - 47.89 seconds - 214kB/s
    Ashburn, VA - AT&T - 72.219 - 142kB/s

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    You guys are awesome

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    ~130k

    south Florida

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    ~255k/s peak from San Diego, CA
    ~400k/s peak from Los Angeles, CA
    Matt Bloom
    AngryHosting - Load balanced/redundant shared hosting solutions

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    65KB/s - Greece
    Antonis Adamakos @ FuzzFree :: Fully Managed Web Hosting, Development, Online Marketing

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    140KB/s from North Florida
    Daniel | Server Complete, LLC
    Windows VPS // Dedicated Servers // Backup Services
    Wholly owned hardware and self operated network (AS19531) in Jacksonville, FL

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    160KB/s Ellensburg, WA, USA

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    94.5KB/s Kansas
    Great Plains Web Hosting
    Providing Small Business Solutions
    Hosting For Your Small Business

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    Switzerland
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    115.3kb/s - Switzerland

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    10MBit residential connection gets 16:09:46 (315.59 KB/s) - `10MBtest.zip' saved [10485760/10485760]
    100MBit awknet server gets 16:10:17 (515.47 KB/s) - `10MBtest.zip' saved [10485760/10485760]

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    Why are you still testing this? Its a poop upload in my opinion, you should look around for another host.
    Steven Crothers
    No BS cloud engineer and Red Hat architect.

  18. #18
    Its actually not bad for what i need it for =)

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    Slow...
    I can normally Download at about 1800kb/s
    On this I got 113kb/s

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    cant break the 75kb/s barrier

    buenos aires

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