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Discussion in 'Networking Gallery' started by RoBo, Dec 16, 2007.
I love Mexico but I miss my FIOS connection at home...
lol I bet
Got my upload upgraded for free a couple months ago, not bad for a 50/25 connection for $30 a month.
Wish I had that upload I'm a bit jealous lol
Super lucky to close on my first house which was already wired for fiber...
Time Warner has been stable for months, of course it will be at a time where TWC is about to be taking over.
Not bad while streaming Pandora, and having the only (basic) package that Brighthousw will sell me cause i live way out on a lake..
3rd world problems..
T-Mobile LTE on my Nexus 4
50/50 fiber connection, 40$ monthly including telephone line and 2 receivers for IPTV.
I got the cablevision 100/35 package for no extra charge when they changed their tiers a few months ago. I was on the 50/8 tier before. Pretty good deal
Meh, not as fast as it usually is...
now something that makes sense, 100/20 over fiber.
Back to normal...
Woho for free upgrades
Some of you guys have mad bandwidth!
Here's my home connection:
Some of you guys.. Speak for yourself! ;c)
HA, I only say that because some folks in this thread are pushing 150-200Mb/sec down 100 up.
I personally think this connection is more then enough for my needs
We pay for 3mb down 375kb up. May be able to upgrade tomorrow.
50/10 tier of HSI...tested on my desktop while having 2 separate devices streaming Netflix 1080p.
It is surprisingly hard to find a speedtest site that will is capable of more than 1gbit/s... Hell, speedtest.net is broken and won't save your results if you do. Connection is faster, but I can't find a better speedtest site.
Not too bad saying I have 27 concurrent users on this connection.
Welcome to 2005
yes i know two different servers... But close only a 150 mile different.
not to shabby
Time Warner Cable in NYC.
Just upgraded it today from the basic package (even the basic was better than the DSL I had 3 months ago).
i had to move
also, my esx machine.
new speeds are here...