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There have been a few users who have documented that they are being capped at ~37.6Mb/s (4.7MB/s) on a 100Mb/s (12.5MB/s) connection, regardless of the node they connect to. In order to build a picture of the performance available to network members, I've created this thread so we can collate experiences.
We are trying to build an accurate picture of real world throughput, so here are so rules.
1. (Obvious) Minimise the volume of other network traffic on your connection for the duration of the test.
2. Where possible, avoid speedtest.net. Since we're trying to measure real world throughput, please use a real world application, such as a BitTorrent client, FTP client or even curl or wget.
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