So i'm trying to measure my internet speed to see if i get the speed where i'm paying for. I read that with a direct connection to your modem you get a closer measure of your promised internet speed. ...
my file download speed is 180-200kbps but speedtest is showing 1.7mbps and i am subsribed to 2mbps pack?
i'm from Malaysia. I am subscribed to 2mbps pack from my country's ISP. But all i get is only 200kbps when download files from the internet, when i test my speed on speedtest.com , it shows me ...
At first sorry for my english, I hope you will understand me. I have a Ubuntu 11.04 box. There is a cable modem (motorola sbg900) plugged in via USB. My bandwidth should be 8mbit download and 0,7mbit ...
I'm on the phone with Charter (cable company) about how overnight my network speed went from 30 Mbps to 2 Mbps and this support person swears it's because my modem doesn't support 30 Mbps. I say ...
Consider next situation: one phone line with DSL connection (Annex B), one Annex B DSL modem with one LAN port (Zyxel P660RT2) one Annex A DSL/modem+router (Huawei EchoLife HG520) one old laptop ...
I have an inconveniently-placed phone jack in my office, so I am running a 10m phone cable from the wall jack to the modem, which is on my desk. Consequently, I have a very short ethernet cable ...
Are the popular speed tests (cable, dsl, etc) that are available accurate? if so, how? Also, it seems that they only measure download speed of one file and not responsiveness, latency, robustness, ...
How can I configure the Modem to get maximum download speed for Bit torrents?