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How fast internet do you have?

How fast is your internet connection? Comment who your ISP is below.  

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  1. 1. How fast is your internet?

    • 20mbps
      1
    • 50mbps
      3
    • 100mbps
      3
    • 200mbps
      6
    • 300mbps
      3
    • 400mbps
      1
    • 500mbps
      6
    • Gigabit
      4
    • 10 gig+
      0


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So I'm just creating a pole because in general interested in how fast your internet is. And when I mean your internet I mean connection to the outside world.

 

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I am sorry I do not know how fast it is, but I do have fiber optics, 1G/10G/100G equipment for commercial use.

Is there something I can download to test my speed as I am genuinely intrigued now, and I can get back to you.

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Depends on if you're asking what speeds I'm paying for, or what speeds I actually get on my computer. If it's the first one, I genuinely have no idea because I don't pay for it. If it's the second one, around 200 mbps on a good day.

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The pinned thread in the Networking subforum I think already kind of answers your question/curiosity:

 

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10 gbit as of today.

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3 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

The pinned thread in the Networking subforum I think already kind of answers your question/curiosity:

It's from 2013, I really doubt people will have gone and updated their vote as things evolve, and the choices make no sense for today...

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1 minute ago, Mateyyy said:

The pinned thread in the Networking subforum I think already kind of answers your question/curiosity:

 

But it's extremely vague  when it comes to speeds between 100 to 1gbs.

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1 minute ago, AndreiArgeanu said:

But it's extremely vague  when it comes to speeds between 100 to 1gbs.

Probably due to it being a thread from 2013.

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2megabits on a good day at 7am

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11 minutes ago, nox_ said:

10 gbit as of today.

Is that your home broadband speed?

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People here rocking gigabits of internet,and  here i am,after years of having less then 10mbps,i recently got fiber 150mbps down,and downloaded Valorant,and fifa while watching the bar downloading fast,like those people who saw TV for the first time when it was invented

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I pay for gig but wired is 600+ and wireless is around 350-450 up speed is very good though at almost the same if I was a youtuber I would not be complaining for sure

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50 Mbps as I'm currently living in an apartment with only one WiFi option available. Luckily enough it tends to work quite well, but it does suck knowing that on this street anywhere else I could just pay double (a whopping $20, lol) to get a gigabit connection.

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Man, I'm paying for gigabit though. I need to look and see what the modem I'm using is rated for because this is bad.

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12 hours ago, CloudPC said:

Is that your home broadband speed?

Yes,what else could I be talking about?

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14 minutes ago, nox_ said:

Yes,what else could I be talking about?

Well Idk, you could have an office of some kind. Get a business line into it

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1Gps down, 100Mbps up, and I get the full 1Gps down all day, any day. Also, no datacaps; I think the most I've downloaded in a month so far has been something a tad over 6TiB (ie. 48Tb). There's only one inbound port blocked by the ISP and that is the port 25, ie. SMTP. I get 5 IPv4 - addresses from the ISP, though I get no IPv6 - connectivity at all, which is a bit of a bummer.

 

All in all, a pretty competitive contract for, if my memory serves right, 55€/month or so.

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1 hour ago, CloudPC said:

Well Idk, you could have an office of some kind. Get a business line into it

Well, my home is my office :D

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can you please add 300mbps internet?

 

I think its kinda popular. Optimum offers it.

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200 Mbps down 10 Mbps up, most of the time is 260/15 with the over provisioning the ISP does. We have a 1.2TB monthly cap. 

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