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The speeds I've posted are the average. That's exactly how I calculate. Let them run for a minute or so and guess an average speed. Obviously the smaller 100MB files run to conclusion. And I was reluctant to let the ones running at 90MB/s run to long as it seems a bit of a waste. They maxed out and maintained though, for the duration of the test.The links I sent that you used 1 thread in IDM. If you run it for a minute what was the average speed?
Could you run these download tests using normal chrome download:
?Our servers are based in Europe and we think the speed is not good between you and our servers actually.
Your internet connection have good speed in your country but maybe not to the Europe.
Could you please send us these informations, we have to know your speed to our servers :
- Download speed on : http://30.download.real-debrid.com/speedtest/test.rar
- Download speed on : http://proof.ovh.net/files/1Gb.dat
- Download speed on : http://5.download.real-debrid.com/speedtest/test.rar
- Download speed on : http://ping.online.net/1000Mo.dat
- Download speed on : http://mirror.nforce.com/pub/speedtests/10000mb.bin
- Download speed on : http://32.download.real-debrid.com/speedtest/test.rar
- Download speed on : http://ams.download.10gbps.io/10000mb.bin
- Download speed on : http://4.download.real-debrid.com/speedtest/test.rar
- Download speed on : http://speedtest.ams03.softlayer.com/downloads/test100.zip
- Download speed on : http://speedtest-ams3.digitalocean.com/100mb.test
For each links :
1 - Start the download
2 - Read the download speed
3 - Write the download speed
4 - Stop the download
Also, please provide us the results in a text format. Example :
- http://30.download.real-debrid.com/speedtest/test.rar -> 25 Mbit/s
Regards, Real-Debrid support team."
Agreed, on the whole they're a fairly woeful set of results for a 1Gbps line...
Isn't this caused by the 95% packet loss?So after quite a bit of too-ing and fro-ing... not much has changed....
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Who knows? I've brought up the iperf issue and they don't seem to have any explanation for it. Their only suggestion was to ask me to use the latest version of iperf, 3.1.5 beta. They claim there's a stacking fix in that version but tests were the same on 3.1.3 vs 3.1.5. I sent them the results... Their explanation would accurately explain what I am experiencing (see below)...Isn't this caused by the 95% packet loss?
Send them the 10M results with 0% packet loss.Who knows? I've brought up the iperf issue and they don't seem to have any explanation for it. Their only suggestion was to ask me to use the latest version of iperf, 3.1.5 beta. They claim there's a stacking fix in that version but tests were the same on 3.1.3 vs 3.1.5. I sent them the results...
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Actually 20mb adsl would be faster than 10mb fibre. That's what I used to have. In that case I'm with you, I would go back to openserve adsl. The joys of competition. The ball is in Vuma's court.Vumatel is without a doubt the weakest link in the supply chain! They the new Helkom, without a shadow of doubt!! I'd rather go with Openserve...
maybe @websquadza can comment why iperf has 0% loss at 8M but anything faster causes loss which indicates a config issue where something somewhere in Vuma is set to 10M not 1000M.Vumatel is without a doubt the weakest link in the supply chain! They the new Helkom, without a shadow of doubt!! I'd rather go with Openserve...
I sent iperf results on the old ONT too. All parties have all the information required to make a diagnosis IMHO. All that's missing is the political will and technical expertise, 2 crucial components....