Last edited by AxeLa; 29th December 2006 at 08:25 PM.
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Here is my share. I'm using Maxonline 6500 (now 12000)
Here was the result using wireless
Here was the result by hooking my notebook to the router using UTP 5 cable (the wireless connection is disabled.
Thanks to TS for sharing this url. With this test, I able to justify that wired connection is a bit faster than wireless.
no more singapore server..
why before and after, speed test still show 4k plus dl speed?
Any MOL Ultimate tests?
Last edited by vince123123; 31st December 2006 at 04:12 AM.
I'm suppose to be on 12Mbps after the free upgrade.
Before cable modem powered down, and up
After cable modem powered up
Just for comparison, I went to starhub's utilities page in the next minute.
utilities.Starhub.com Download Stats:
Transfer Time: 6656 milliseconds
Total File Size: 10240000 bytes
Average Transfer Rate: 11.74 Mbps
I feel using the Singapore server is a flawed test. How much contents are really stored in Singapore?
I only use download accelerator softwares to confirm my download speed.Not starhub nor speedtest
Think about what you want to rate ? The service provided by Starhub or the performance of all the gateways and pipes throughout your destination ?
You think Starhub has a Fat Green Pipe installed all over the world ???
Starhub propose its coverage "Islandwide" for the rest, they are like anyother company, dependent on the local interconnections agreed with each countries ISP and network owners...
You can have exceptional speed internet connection, but if you step outside of Singapore, it comes to a crawl, no matter how you spin it, still means slow.
Well u damn good at trying to force open doors...
Obviously everybody looks for a better faster connection !
Now the purpose of this thread is to verify that Starhub offer is not bullshit... not to verify how fast is your connection to Timbuctu... (too bad they are still using dial up there...)
Do you think that starhub is going to commit on a connection they dun control (i.e outside their boundaries).
Anybody thinking that he will get 12Mbps throughout all it's connection attempts is quite naive... especially when going out of singapore that is 95% of the time (except if you live, eat and sleep here at CS...)
For your information, ISP are usually advertising their connection with their "maximum achievable bandwidth" (that is 4, 6.5 or 12...)and never garantee this flat speed at all time (have u ever red terms and conditions ???)...
Now yes for sure, I have the new 12 one and ... i dun care, coz most of the time i will never even reach 2.5 - 3 to reach Europe or US ... but i find it not that bad already ...