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    Re: Speedtest

    Seems my change in ISP is finally paying off



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    Re: Speedtest

    Not bad here for a 35/3 plan.

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    Re: Speedtest

    FIOS is gone; Optimum cable now installed -


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    Re: Speedtest

    Quote Originally Posted by jcgriff2 View Post
    FIOS is gone; Optimum cable now installed -

    Wow, that is impressive ... both were really!

    Quote Originally Posted by jcgriff2 View Post
    Was FiOS not as reliable or too expensive?
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    Re: Speedtest

    FIOS was great - when it worked.

    On 3 separate occasions, the main large FIOS white box began emitting an ear-piercing constant beep (like a smoke detector) & I could not shut it off.

    Turned out the main wall boxes were bad; they replaced 2 in <3 months (we were without TV, Phone or Internet for ~5 days each time).

    The last time it happened was Saturday, 11 January @ 3:30 am, resulting in less-than-pleased neighbors and the Police and Fire departments on scene as someone thought it was a smoke detector and called 9-1-1.

    The solution to stop the BEEP -- open the "DO NOT OPEN" Verizon portion of the main box using a special tool (which I did not have) & take the rather large ~10 lb battery out of it as the customer service rep said "don't be concerned if you see sparks"!

    The Fire Department guys were able to open the box with their special tools and got things quiet real fast. :0

    I then called Optimum Cable & they were here within 2 days.

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    Re: Speedtest

    No wonder you switched to Cable! Sad they can't get things to work right. By the speedtest, it would be nice if it were reliable enough and not freak out the neighbors!
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    Re: Speedtest

    Welcome John! Are you tied into my special Scottish server now?

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    Re: Speedtest

    I thankfully (knock on wood) have not had any issues with FiOS yet. I haven't really 'lost' the internet either for a large amount of time, only once every few weeks for 10-45 minutes. The biggest issue I ran into with Verizon is they really don't work with you in regards to payments. I couldn't make my payment on time for the internet a few months ago because there were a lot of things going on at the time, and I explained to the representative and asked if I could have it extended and added onto my next payment (which Optimum had done for me a few times when I was struggling) and they said no and shut my internet off. I got it back in the next few days, but it was interesting.

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    Re: Speedtest

    Quote Originally Posted by Glaswegian View Post
    Welcome John! Are you tied into my special Scottish server now?

    You are never far from my thoughts when it comes to Internet speed, Iain!

    How you got through when the rest of us could not -- still amazing!!

    I'm catching up!!


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    Re: Speedtest

    Quote Originally Posted by jcgriff2 View Post
    FIOS was great - when it worked.

    On 3 separate occasions, the main large FIOS white box began emitting an ear-piercing constant beep (like a smoke detector) & I could not shut it off.


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    Re: Speedtest

    Quote Originally Posted by jcgriff2 View Post



    You are never far from my thoughts when it comes to Internet speed, Iain!

    How you got through when the rest of us could not -- still amazing!!

    I'm catching up!!
    Yes but look at your upload speed - pretty good!
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    Re: Speedtest

    At work I still have the issue where I am not getting an accurate reading on Speedtest.net... It shows pegged between 95 and 120 Mb/s then when the test completes it's between 15 and 25. lol

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    Still not bad for a 35/3 plan.

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    Re: Speedtest

    Good to see you are holding on to those speeds John.

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    I'm trying!! :)

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    Re: Speedtest

    I still don't understand what here at work makes my speedtest results so innacurate. They changed ISPs (Used to have RCN, now have PTD)...
    Speedtest-st-jpg

    As you can see... The download speed throughout the test are quite high (I hit prtscr during a dip) but the final result always looks like this...



    (Ran it a second time because it linked instead of giving me the image.)
    Last edited by GZ; 02-27-2014 at 04:30 PM.

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    Re: Speedtest

    Just had an email from my ISP saying I will be upgraded to 100Mb sometime later this year. Something to look forward to then...
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    Re: Speedtest

    School: (100mbit Throttled)
    Speedtest-3339756544-png

    Work: (1GBit shared by 8,000 Computers) My work computer also doesn't have a Gigbit port on it. Thus limited to 100mbit.
    Speedtest-3339758897-png

    Home (100mbit shared between 3 computers (Throttled))
    Speedtest-3339765543-png

    My other work has a dual Gigbit connection. :) Though, i can't remote login

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    Re: Speedtest

    Personal best!



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