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Download Speed: 2417 kbps (302.1 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 380 kbps (47.5 KB/sec transfer rate)

 

According to thinkbroadband.com :

 

ADSL Speed 512Kbps Typical Download 460 Kbps Typical Upload 200-240 Kbps

ADSL Speed 1Mbps Typical Download 920 Kbps Typical Upload 200-240 Kbps

ADSL Speed 2Mbps Typical Download 1840 Kbps Typical Upload 200-240 Kbps

ADSL Speed 8Mbps Typical Download 7300 Kbps Typical Upload 400-756 Kbps

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Download Speed: 484 kbps (60.5 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 346 kbps (43.3 KB/sec transfer rate)

 

so much for the promissed 50 x dialup speed

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Believe NOTHING anyones says or writes unless you witness it yourself and even then your eyes can deceive you

 

There is only one opinion i listen to ,its mine and its ALWAYS right even when its wrong

 

Its far easier to curse the darkness than light one candle

 

Mathew 4:19

Grangers law : anything i say will  turn out the opposite or not happen at all!

 

"To compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the propagation of opinions which he disbelieves and abhors, is sinful and tyrannical." Thomas Jefferson

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Speed Down 463.46 Kbps ( 0.5 Mbps )

Speed Up 236.40 Kbps ( 0.2 Mbps )

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on 2 meg cable got this result

is it ok??

 

at 22.34 pm

Download Speed: 1472 kbps (184 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 245 kbps (30.6 KB/sec transfer rate)

 

 

at 23.35pm

Last Result:

Download Speed: 1618 kbps (202.3 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 245 kbps (30.6 KB/sec transfer rate)

 

 

at 0100am

Last Result:

Download Speed: 1877 kbps (234.6 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 245 kbps (30.6 KB/sec transfer rate)

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i connect my router via usb will i get a faster result with a network card instead ,are the test results the speed to the router or to the pc???

Believe NOTHING anyones says or writes unless you witness it yourself and even then your eyes can deceive you

 

There is only one opinion i listen to ,its mine and its ALWAYS right even when its wrong

 

Its far easier to curse the darkness than light one candle

 

Mathew 4:19

Grangers law : anything i say will  turn out the opposite or not happen at all!

 

"To compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the propagation of opinions which he disbelieves and abhors, is sinful and tyrannical." Thomas Jefferson

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i connect my router via usb will i get a faster result with a network card instead ,are the test results the speed to the router or to the pc???

 

USB supports three data rates:

 

* A Low Speed rate of up to 1.5 Mbit/s (187.5 kB/s) that is mostly used for Human Interface Devices (HID) such as keyboards, mice, and joysticks.

* A Full Speed rate of up to 12 Mbit/s (1.5 MB/s). Full Speed was the fastest rate before the USB 2.0 specification and many devices fall back to Full Speed. Full Speed devices divide the USB bandwidth between them in a first-come first-served basis and it is not uncommon to run out of bandwidth with several isochronous devices. All USB Hubs support Full Speed.

* A Hi-Speed rate of up to 480 Mbit/s (60 MB/s).

 

I always connect via LAN connection as I have so many usb devices that I need the one that the router would use.

 

Plus I think that the LAN connection is miles better for networking

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USB is absolute pants for networking. Get a decent ethernet card in and use that - will cost about a fiver.

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what's it all about...?

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