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Reggie, Mon 23 Mar, 2020 6:03 PM
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     –  Last edited by Draco; Mon 30 Mar, 2020 11:00 PM.
    I think the odds of anyone here topping this are virtually non-existant. Ramage is the only other one so far even in spitting distance!

    I am curious as to why the upload is actually faster than the download mind you.
    I was actually wondering that myself... I'm guessing its more to do with usage than anything else? More demand on the download side than upload? According to the package I should get 1Gbps down, 940 Mps up... I should complain Wink

    Ps. I think this might go some small part to explaining why most people seem to suffer far worse STO lag than I've ever noticed. I am genuinely fortunate.

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    Here's my current speeds, I'm dealing with some slow web-pages so I'm changing to a different VPN node soon. Normally its great but for the past few days its been a bit poor.
    Haarlem? Another Dutchie? Smile