I pay for 7mBit

Posted on November 18, 2006. Filed under: Life |


I have ordered a 7mbit line in my house – but the effective bandwidth seems very very much lower:

0,9mbit til San Jose – is very bad 😦

Nice designer speedtest


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wooooow this speedtest is supercoool– damn nice (-: my speed sucks to… only 50% of what i pay for.. but it seems more or less ok… i use clearwire.dk

That speedtest seems to give extremely innaccurate results. On a Bryggenet-connection it gives totally different results (more than 100% difference) between different testservers. It doesn’t tell much about my local speed, but a lot about the testserver’s bandwidth.

I only get about 30% maximum of the bandwidth compared to bandwidth measurements against the ‘internetkvalitetsguide’ bandwidth meter for example (which is also easily maxed out by Bryggenets capability on some test types).


This test tells more about the state of the Internet. Than about your line. The only part where your provider is in controll is the line between your home and their backbone providers. But that is a small part of the net.

I guess some of the point was, that this also tells something about where online media content is going interface-wise. 😉

Nice design most often works much better when the core funcitionality of the product is of the same quality though.

Oh SJ, that’s not good… That’s where I’m originally from!

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