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Brahman

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Jonny Quest

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I just switched to 10Gbps symmetrical fiber :)
I don't have a 10Gbps card, I have 2.5Gbps...

Happy with the result :D

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Happy with the result...LOL, I should say so :) It made me laugh at seeing these incredible numbers :) Can you share some of those speeds with us like Folding@Home? :)
 
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Jonny Quest

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I didn't understand your request :/
Back in the day, wasn't Folding@Home where we could volunteer some of our PC processors or RAM to that site, where they would try to use that power to make a "supercomputer" for helping with calculations... something like that if I'm remembering right? So I thought it could be the same thing with you, where we could hook up our PCs with your PC to gain more internet speed 😅😅
 
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Paying for 200Mbbs down and 30 Mbps up (basic Ziggo). My ISP says that you have to measure WIFI speeds maximum one meter away from the router with direct line of sight.
Measured through WIFI on my patato Linux desktop on my study room in the attic, about 8 meters straight from router, but signal has to go through two (isolated) floors and one wall (but are two joining walls so signal crosses in an angle of 45 degrees which make it one thick wall), with lots of competing and clashing WIFi networks in the area (typical Dutch terraced houses in a row), so I am a happy camper.

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simmerskool

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Some of you have uploads that match your downloads, while some of us, me & LennyFox eg, have uploads capped around 25 - 30? I assume there's some advantage to ISP to have upload capped lower speed. If so, why not more universal. No real alternative ISP here. And actually my speeds are ok for me, ie, 450 - 550 down & 25 up.
 
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ForgottenSeer 107474

Some of you have uploads that match your downloads, while some of us, me & LennyFox eg, have uploads capped around 25 - 30? I assume there's some advantage to ISP to have upload capped lower speed. If so, why not more universal. No real alternative ISP here. And actually my speeds are ok for me, ie, 450 - 550 down & 25 up.
When you are on cable or copper uploads speeds are usually lower than download speeds. When you ar on glass fiber upload speed is usually as fast as download speed.
 

Shadowra

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Some of you have uploads that match your downloads, while some of us, me & LennyFox eg, have uploads capped around 25 - 30? I assume there's some advantage to ISP to have upload capped lower speed. If so, why not more universal. No real alternative ISP here. And actually my speeds are ok for me, ie, 450 - 550 down & 25 up.

It all depends on the fiber technology used.
with FTTH (fiber-to-the-home), you can use symmetrical fiber (which is what I have)
with FTTLA/FTTB (fiber to the building and then coaxial cable), uploads are much lower, given the DOCSIS system used.
 

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