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ArtyLoop

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Downloading it in opera single threaded at 15MB/s on my 200/200

Tested it on remote host running on 10Gbit connection and getting 9MB/s

I am actually getting slower speed to that host from one of my dedicated 10Gbit hosts in the US so if that doesn't answer the fact that these rdeb hosts are all total trash then I can't help you further.

TLDR; RD is limiting the sending speed per thread and not the other way around. Its 100% RD issue and thats why your multi threaded test is convincing you that its a CISP issue but guess what remote hosts can also limit their per thread upload speed champ.
Thank you John, you sir, win the internet for tonight!
 

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Downloading it in opera single threaded at 15MB/s on my 200/200

Tested it on remote host running on 10Gbit connection and getting 9MB/s

I am actually getting slower speed to that host from one of my dedicated 10Gbit hosts in the US so if that doesn't answer the fact that these rdeb hosts are all total trash then I can't help you further.

LOL! At least you are getting 15MB/s, did you see my single threaded download? I never once said that the RD service itself is flawless. What I am saying is my single threaded downloads on CISP is a problem and that is what is causing my RD issues.
 

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You really are something special aren't you. There is NOTHING wrong with my setup or equipment. The proof is in the pudding. Single vs Multi thread. I am not wasting my time on you any further either because you are absolutely clueless.

Single thread/multi thread is an indication that your equipment may be to blame. Depending on your shield's TCP buffer size (most devices are standard at 64KB), your issue might lie there:

https://www.switch.ch/network/tools...06&bw=200&rtt2=169&win=64&Calculate=Calculate

Which explains why your multithread runs smoothly. A single TCP thread with a 169ms RTT is no an ISP problem, it's a physics problem.

Find a multithread player or a different service. It's impossible to assure anything beyond SA.
 

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LOL! At least you are getting 15MB/s, did you see my single threaded download? I never once said that the RD service itself is flawless. What I am saying is my single threaded downloads on CISP is a problem and that is what is causing my RD issues.

I saw your single thread result and it is meaningless to compare it with my 15MB/s since we can confirm that even 10Gbit connection is getting 9MB/s . 50x faster connection than my 200/200 fibre package, hosted in a professional datacenter and yet getting nearly half the speed I am getting.

So aside from speculating further on why who gets what speed it clears up the issue that the only common denominator is the same host that clearly is total trash.

EDIT: just tested your link again on my 200/200 CISP and lobehold now it is not going faster than 3MB/s. Case closed, horrible unreliable slow and most probably upload thread bandwidth restricted or just overloaded host.
 

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I saw your single thread result and it is meaningless to compare it with my 15MB/s since we can confirm that even 10Gbit connection is getting 9MB/s . 50x faster connection than my 200/200 fibre package, hosted in a professional datacenter and yet getting nearly half the speed I am getting.

So aside from speculating further on why who gets what speed it clears up the issue that the only common denominator is the same host that clearly is total trash.

Yes sir, you win the internet.
 

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Let's consider something here. Streaming services like Youtube and Netflix all deliver content in multithread streams - even though their CDNs are located as close to clients as possible (eliminating TCP latency issues)... If you want realtime streaming, multithread TCP is the only way to make sure it's reliable and that it works. Or ask RD to bring a server to SA and feed the Southern Hemisphere - hell ISPs are working tirelessly to bring services as close to you as possible which is why Google, Netflix, Facebook, Amazon, Cloudflare, Akamai, Apple, Microsoft and many many more are here. But the internet is not homogenous throughout the world, distance does matter - aside from the fact that distance costs real money. RD is taking your money to deliver a service, why not ask them to make it better?
 

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Screenshot 2018-12-11 at 23.31.56.png

The speeds im seeing with it on a 100mbit

One thing where i did see some poor download speed was when i requested a CaseWare Working Papers download which pulled from AWS EU West 3 i think. It was really slow then on multithread it was A okay.
 
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I'm getting 1MB/s-3MB/s on a single thread connection. Pretty s hit....


First is youtube video
2nd Nvidia drivers US
3rd Filehippo.com
4th Looney's RD link

Windows 10 1809 release.. Windows TCP set to experimental
Same exercise, IDM set to 16 connections per server...

 

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All the speedtest results on the 10GBit connection hosted in professional US east datacenter. Wanted to get best possible results without doing testing twice.

http://30.download.real-debrid.com/speedtest/test.rar -> 11MB/s max speed
http://proof.ovh.net/files/1Gb.dat -> 15MB/s did not sustain it but that was the highest singlethread speed shown)
http://5.download.real-debrid.com/speedtest/test.rar -> 5MB/s did not see it go higher than that once.
http://ping.online.net/1000Mo.dat -> 40MB/s maxed out before it finished.
http://150.download.real-debrid.com/speedtest/test.rar -> link doesnt work
http://mirror.nforce.com/pub/speedtests/10000mb.bin -> 17MB/s
http://32.download.real-debrid.com/speedtest/test.rar -> 20MB/s
http://ams.download.10gbps.io/10000mb.bin -> 9MB/s
http://4.download.real-debrid.com/speedtest/test.rar -> 72MB/s
http://speedtest.ams03.softlayer.com/downloads/test100.zip -> 16MB/s before it finished, small file.
http://speedtest-ams3.digitalocean.com/100mb.test -> 14MB/s before finished, small file.


ps. Looney you are absolute crazy to download these pirated movies from a direct host without scrambled encryption, no guarantee they dont log your ip. The moment they get targetted or their hosted servers get seized your ip will be logged more than likely and **** is about to hit the fan.
 
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