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#Actualamrazek111

Posted 10 November 2012 - 04:48 PM

OP: Something funny is going on with your connection. Try diagnosing where the problem might be with something like PingPlotter and then contacting your ISP. Just to be clear though, your connection speed is rated at "1 Megabit/1 Mbps" (max expected download speed = 125 kbps) and not "1 Megabyte/1 MBps" right? Most ISPs use Mbps to measure their speed to make it a tiny bit more confusing for consumers.

Currently, I'm getting by fine with a 3MB connection shared between three continuous users, with one always streaming video.

Assuming you mean Megabyte, you're actually on a 24+ Mbps connection. That's 100 times faster than what the OP is getting currently

#3amrazek111

Posted 10 November 2012 - 04:47 PM

OP: Something funny is going on with your connection. Try diagnosing where the problem might be with something like PingPlotter and then contacting your ISP. Just to be clear though, your connection speed is rated at "1 Megabit/1 Mbps" (max expected download speed = 125 kbps) and not "1 Megabyte/1 MBps" right? Most ISPs use Mbps to measure their speed to make it a tiny bit more confusing for consumers.

Currently, I'm getting by fine with a 3MB connection shared between three continuous users, with one always streaming video.

Assuming you mean Megabyte, you're actually on a 24+ Mbps connection. That's 100 times faster than what the OP is getting currently

#2amrazek111

Posted 10 November 2012 - 04:47 PM

OP: Something funny is going on with your connection. Try diagnosing where the problem might be with something like PingPlotter and then contacting your ISP. Just to be clear though, your connection speed is rated at "1 Megabit/1 Mbps" (max expected download speed = 125 kbps) and not "1 Megabyte/1 MBps" right? Most ISPs use Mbps to measure their speed to make it a tiny bit more confusing for consumers.

Currently, I'm getting by fine with a 3MB connection shared between three continuous users, with one always streaming video.

Assuming you mean Megabyte, you're actually on a 24+ Mbps connection. That's 100 times faster than what the OP is getting currently

#1amrazek111

Posted 10 November 2012 - 04:46 PM

OP: Something funny is going on with your connection. Try diagnosing where the problem might be with something like PingPlotter and then contacting your ISP. Just to be clear though, your connection speed is rated at "1 Megabit/1 Mbps" (max expected download speed = 125 kbps) and not "1 Megabyte/1 MBps" right? Most ISPs use Mbps to measure their speed to make it a tiny bit more confusing for consumers.

Currently, I'm getting by fine with a 3MB connection shared between three continuous users, with one always streaming video.

Assuming you mean Megabyte, you're actually on a 30 Mbps connection. That's 125 times faster than what the OP is getting currently

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