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  1. FuNsTeR

    FuNsTeR Caledonian and Proud

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    latest update [​IMG]
     
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    why is your up speed so sh!t when your down is so good?
     
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    most internet carriers that i've seen usually have roughly 5-10% or less for upload speed of their peak download speed, this is specially true on copper connections (dsl/cable).

    I've seen it's VERY rare when upload and downloads are remotely close or are almost the same as each other, with a few cases in which some people have hugely faster upload speeds than their download, but that's almost always in cases where the downspeed is being "shared" in the neighbourhood.
     
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    pass the next test had upload speeds at 10 megs stil slower than expected
     
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    I get 70 down and 20 up generally, which seems to be reasonable
    even at 10 up that’s a big big difference you’ve got there
     

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