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Discussion in 'Networking Gallery' started by RoBo, Dec 16, 2007.
Replaced my onboard NIC with an Intel PCI-E card:
DAAAAAANG that's awesome!
After seeing just the first page... I hate you all. lol (and yes, I fully realize that's from 2007!)
Gotta love """4G""" internet In fairness, I DO get 8Mbit at 4am...................
EDIT: Just looked at the last page....
YOU ALL CAN GO TO FRIGGEN HELL!
my home fiber line in Tokyo ...
I'm okay with my download speed for now @ $60 a month...
But that upload is just plain horseshit...
$59/month. I waited so long for fiber to come here. I don't regret dropping Charter one bit. The only problem is finding servers that aren't capped to take advantage of the the full speed.
*let us play you the worlds tiniest fiddle for your woes*
Upgraded my plan, doubling speeds.
Can't complain for 100/10.
Little expensive being in Canada but oh well.
Holy hell ^
Had 100 to 200 megs for the last few years and finally got Charter with the 400 meg package.
Upload sucks, but I'm happy.
Went from 300/30 to Gigablast with Cox.
It's amazing they can give you 1 gb on the down but only 40 mb on the up.
I just got the charter 980 plan. Your doing better then I am. Haven't had time to call and complain.
Have you tried using a different modem?
They sure only get you to consume content like netflix and numerous other like that . Boy, 40 up.... it's just enough to send "hey, I want to see channel XXX..." . Otherwise they'd offer 1KB/s if they could.
I also have 1G but in both directions. I hate such disbalance ratios - I get upset only if I see it on picture.
Not as yet, it is however a brand new out of box modem on the Charter supported list.
Is this pretty good for WiFi?
80 mhz channels?
I can't recall if I set it to auto or to 80Mhz, and for some reason I can't get back into my AP, I don't remember the IP address for it.
We upgraded to the Gigablast a few weeks ago and I was swapping routers around since the Sprint branded Asus router I was using down here as an AP was barely getting 150mbps.
I ended up moving the Asus router from upstairs to down here and configured it as an AP and found out that the Cox provided Panoramic WiFi modem is also a router so I just plugged that into my switch and didn't bother using the Sprint branded Asus router..
Also, Docsis 3.1 modems are expensive (nearly $200), so probably just going to rent this one for the time being.
That's how cable docsis network works and it won't be fixed until full duplex.
I was on cable now fiber.
Connection is 1Gbps down and 750Mbps up $50 a month.
What ISP do you use?
Why does steam always give me only 50 MB/sec about max ? Weird. I have 1 Gbps down and up.
Though usenet gives me 103 MB/sec max at least.
Just a quick one -- Comcast gig but using it for some other stuff too. Eventually I will upgrade my network so I can bond the ports on the cable modem and get the full gig and change.
Does anyone here have a 10 Gbps connection?
I know it is still expensive and most people will never get the max 10 Gbps yet.
KillerModz over at extremeoverclocking works for an ISP and has a fiber line run to his house: https://forums.extremeoverclocking.com/showthread.php?t=357793&page=36&highlight=internet+speed
Thanks cheapest 10 Gbps download and 10 Gbps upload isp/service I could find was about $300 a month
did you mean like 30k/mo? (realistically 10g business line usually starts around 7-8k/mo if you sign a multi year contract)
No $300 a month.
Where in the US and what company....
There is 10gb service for around that much here as well, not to my exact address, but near. I mean it might be a bit more than $300, maybe like $500 but still reasonable. This is in SLC, UT.
Remember that it's still a residential connection with no SLA, no permission to host stuff, etc. For a real commercial connection you would be paying several thousand at least for a 10gb connection.
I work from home. This is my home Internet speed.
Fast.com isn't a reliable speed test site i've seem some weird numbers from there from numerous people.
I would try something else.
If you can actually get 10G service to your house and its residential it won't come with the same SLA and support you are getting on the connection you are referencing so it should be cheaper.
Look at that upload speed though
He is on Cable internet nothing you can do about it until Docsis 3.1 Full duplex is released so maybe another 2-3 years hopefully.