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Bandwidth

Discussion in 'Networks' started by JSA ALU, Jul 22, 2010.

  1. JSA ALU

    JSA ALU Bit Poster

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    Currently we have 2 ISP with 4mbps each. I want to know the exact bandwidth in which my internet is running. What should i do?
     
  2. SimonD

    SimonD Terabyte Poster Moderator

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    What you should do is go to www.speedtest.net and run a test.
     
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  3. zebulebu

    zebulebu Terabyte Poster

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    You should ask someone who you work with that knows what they're doing to let you know.
     
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  4. JSA ALU

    JSA ALU Bit Poster

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    does speedtest provides exact result?. we are getting dwld and upld speed, is it true?
     
  5. Nick74

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    Ive always found it fairly accurate. Run a few tests over different days and different times and take an average if you need that level of accuracy, but just a one off test wont be far wrong. I would try not to run it on a wireless machine of course if you want as much accuracy as possible.
     
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