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  1. #11
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    You're right. Here's my testmy.net results

    http://testmy.net/RQKlNmG.png

  2. #12
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    Default Looks good...

    Quote Originally Posted by Chucks1 View Post
    You're right. Here's my testmy.net results

    http://testmy.net/RQKlNmG.png
    That looks really good...and you've used a reliable speed test site..
    WB Legacy 2/12/09, 2/23/12 to Exede12-1 SB 342, Albuquerque Gateway, AcceleNet servers Denver, Dell Desktop XP-Home SP3, D-Link DIR655 Router, Dell Laptop Vista Home Basic SP2, Chrome browser .

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    this is a good test
    win7, viasat1 , gateway: alburquerque ,beam: 342

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    Default File size..

    Quote Originally Posted by knightman33 View Post
    this is a good test
    Your file size is much too small to give a reliable speed test...12mB is the smallest file you should use...
    WB Legacy 2/12/09, 2/23/12 to Exede12-1 SB 342, Albuquerque Gateway, AcceleNet servers Denver, Dell Desktop XP-Home SP3, D-Link DIR655 Router, Dell Laptop Vista Home Basic SP2, Chrome browser .

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    Hey everyone, speakeasy.net has returned results that are more accurate for satellite-based Internet like Exede and WildBlue.

    When you see results of 30 Mbps and greater, that's inaccurate. You must clear your cache before each test, OR select a server in a different city.

    For example, if you select San Francisco's server, and you get a result of, say 15 Mbps.....then if you test again using the same San Francisco server, that's when you might get results of 30 Mbps or more. If you clear your cache and select San Francisco again, you'll most likely get about the same speed as the first time you tested it. Hope this helps...thank you.
    Official WildBlue and Exede forum moderator
    Please note I have changed usernames to "Exede Steve", and do not use this account anymore. Thank you.

  6. #16

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    i know but it looks so good i couldnt help myself here is the real test


    :::.. Download Test Results ..:::
    Download Connection:: 14009 Kbps or 13.7 Mbps
    Download Test Size:: 12 MB or 12288 kB or 12582912 bytes
    Download Speed:: 1751 kB/s or 1.7 MB/s
    Tested At:: http://TestMy.net version:12
    Validation Link:: http://testmy.net/db/PNXh4Je
    Test Time:: 2012-04-09 17:57:34 Local Time
    1MB Download in 0.58 Seconds - 1GB Download in ~10 Minutes - 250X faster than 56K
    This test of exactly 12288 kB took 7.017 seconds to complete
    Running at 153% of hosts average (Wildblue Communications)
    win7, viasat1 , gateway: alburquerque ,beam: 342

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    Quote Originally Posted by WB Steve View Post
    Hey everyone, speakeasy.net has returned results that are more accurate for satellite-based Internet like Exede and WildBlue.

    When you see results of 30 Mbps and greater, that's inaccurate. You must clear your cache before each test, OR select a server in a different city.

    For example, if you select San Francisco's server, and you get a result of, say 15 Mbps.....then if you test again using the same San Francisco server, that's when you might get results of 30 Mbps or more. If you clear your cache and select San Francisco again, you'll most likely get about the same speed as the first time you tested it. Hope this helps...thank you.
    Steve, I'm not sure I see a difference in Speedtest.net and speakeasy.net since they both use the proprietary software ookla.

    The old version of Internetfrog.com speed test (which uses Java) provides ok results.
    Mike
    WB1| Beam 133 | Gateway Duluth | Jan 2009

    Exede12 | Beam 331 | Gateway Salt Lake City | March 2012


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    This is from test my...I am also on one of the old plans as I am really not sure I want to upgrade and get the same continual disappointing results, I am not over in my usage, but I'd have to say that this really is a fairly normal speed for me. (Clear skies so no clouds in the way) The only 'good' thins is most times it is faster then dial up. Sometimes if I'm lucky I can get some good speed in downloading in the middle of the night.

    :::.. Download Test Results ..:::
    Download Connection:: 601 Kbps or 0.6 Mbps
    Download Test Size:: 12 MB or 12288 kB or 12582912 bytes
    Download Speed:: 75 kB/s
    Tested At:: http://TestMy.net version:12
    Validation Link:: http://testmy.net/db/lVUFD18
    Test Time:: 2012-05-23 17:01:03 Local Time
    1MB Download in 13.65 Seconds - 1GB Download in ~4 Hours - 11X faster than 56K
    This test of exactly 12288 kB took 163.436 seconds to complete
    Running at 7% of hosts average (Wildblue Communications)
    User Agent:: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.0; rv:12.0) Gecko/20100101

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