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    100.0mbps w/ 30-40kbps download speed?

    i have 100.0mbps everytime i download something my download speed
    becomes 30-40kbps is this normal?
    pls help me maximize my DSL speed tnx.


    « SpeedGuide.net TCP Analyzer Results »
    Tested on: 08.02.2007 20:04
    IP address: 122.2.xxx.xxx

    TCP options string: 020405ac0103030201010402
    MSS: 1452
    MTU: 1492
    TCP Window: 255552 (multiple of MSS)
    RWIN Scaling: 2
    Unscaled RWIN : 63888
    Reccomended RWINs: 63888, 127776, 255552, 511104
    BDP limit (200ms): 10222kbps (1278KBytes/s)
    BDP limit (500ms): 4089kbps (511KBytes/s)
    MTU Discovery: ON
    TTL: 48
    Timestamps: OFF
    SACKs: ON
    IP ToS: 00000000 (0)

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    Which country are you in?

    What operating system are you using?

    What brand and model is your router and modem?

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    im from philippines and im using windows xp..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Epitaphh View Post
    im from philippines and im using windows xp..
    I have not heard that 100 mbps line is available to home users. How much are you paying every month for such high speed?

    Test your speed at this link using the test server in Quezon City and post your results including latency value:

    http://www.speedtest.net/

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    here it is..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Epitaphh View Post
    here it is..

    Call your ISP up to check what speed they are giving you for the monthly payment you make. It is definitely not 100 mbps.

    What brand and model is your router and modem? The high latency of 999ms may be due to double NAT - 2 routers connected back to back.

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    Ok, one other thing, lots of people get this confused.

    Most network interface cards (NICs) or integrated LAN have connection speeds of 10 / 100 / 1000 Mbps (1000 Mbps = 1 Gbps). Just because you
    have a 10 to 1000 Megabit connection doesn't mean your outside connection
    to the Internet is that fast. The upper end of the bracket for ADSL2 is
    24 Mbps download and up to 16 Mbps upload, most people don't even have ADSL2/2+. Most have a max of standard ADSL max download of 7 Megabits down and 1 Megabits going up.

    The only service that is available to home users at 100 Mbps is optical Ethernet which not expensive for schools per se but individuals it is way out of your league for a single home.

    What it looks like is that you have an ADSL line that is capped so it only goes as fast as 512 kbits per second in both direction simultaneously, making it look like a SDSL 512 kbit line.

    Usually the large ping time on xDSL is caused by misconfigured routers, software in TCP/IP configuration, and bad or failing phone lines. We can walk you through it to see where the problem is.

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    100mbps is common in Korea.
    FTTH is provided by all the major ISPs and costs about U$30.
    100mb download and upload.

    I would think it's also available in Philippines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kvnpark View Post
    100mbps is common in Korea.
    FTTH is provided by all the major ISPs and costs about U$30.
    100mb download and upload.

    I would think it's also available in Philippines.
    A cheap super high speed line within a country has not much meaning if that country's international bandwidth is not increased proportionately to meet the jump in speeds.

    Imagine getting close to 100 mbps when tested within the country and getting only 8-10 mbps speed when tested at an overseas website.

    This can happen if the government frees up the local market to competition but maintain its monopoly control on its international lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trogers View Post
    A cheap super high speed line within a country has not much meaning if that country's international bandwidth is not increased proportionately to meet the jump in speeds.

    Imagine getting close to 100 mbps when tested within the country and getting only 8-10 mbps speed when tested at an overseas website.

    This can happen if the government frees up the local market to competition but maintain its monopoly control on its international lines.
    Thanks for the info, but that's irrelevant.
    Since you said that you've not heard of 100mbps being available to home users, I'm just informing you that they do exist and common in some parts of the world.

    Plus, as you suggested, he tested using the server in Quezon City, so I don't know why you say that it has not much meaning.

    Simply saying that he 100mbps exists to home users. That's all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kvnpark View Post
    Thanks for the info, but that's irrelevant.
    Since you said that you've not heard of 100mbps being available to home users, I'm just informing you that they do exist and common in some parts of the world.

    Plus, as you suggested, he tested using the server in Quezon City, so I don't know why you say that it has not much meaning.

    Simply saying that he 100mbps exists to home users. That's all.
    When I said in my post that I have not heard 100 mbps is available to home users, I was referring to the Philippines as shown in his quote.

    I know such a speed is available in cities of high density living in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore. But not in cities like Manila, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta.

    What I have said is speed tests should be performed at test sites of one's country to get an accurate measure of performance, and not to some overseas site. This is more so for developing and third world countries as their available international bandwidth usually lags behind the growing number of internet users. This can be seen from the large jump in ping times at the hop of the international gateway router.

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    I am having similar problems only all the tests say everything is great. I can only get 30/35kps downloads, speed test says I am running at 288Kps.
    Anyone have a solution.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KNRB View Post
    I am having similar problems only all the tests say everything is great. I can only get 30/35kps downloads, speed test says I am running at 288Kps.
    Anyone have a solution.
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    Which country are you in?

    What speed did you pay your ISP to give you?

    Post your TCP Analyzer report.

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