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Internet Speed Testing. Group F Sara Cisneros Wanda Di Maggio Gregory Gonzales Cinthia Rojas. Question 1. Numerous Web sites are available that will test your  Internet data communications speed.  You can find one good at www.speakeasy.com/speedtest/.

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internet speed testing

Internet Speed Testing

Group F

Sara Cisneros

Wanda Di Maggio

Gregory Gonzales

Cinthia Rojas

question 1
Question 1
  • Numerous Web sites are available that will test your  Internet data communications speed.  You can find one good at www.speakeasy.com/speedtest/.
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A. While connected to your university’s network, go to Speakeasy test your speed against servers in Seattle, New York City, and Atlanta. Compute your average upload and download speeds.

SEATTLE:

            Download speed:  2.81 Mbps

            Upload speed:        1.19 Mbps

NEW YORK:

            Download speed:  4.13 Mbps

            Upload speed:        2.15 Mbps

ATLANTA:

            Download speed:  3.55 Mbps

            Upload speed:        2.08 Mbps

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B. Go home, or to a public wireless site, and run the Speakeasy test again. Compute your average upload and download speeds. Compare your speed to those listed in the table. If your performancing this test at home, are you getting the performance you are paying for?

SEATTLE:

Download speed: 3.29 Mbps

Upload speed: 1.36 Mbps

NEW YORK:

Download speed: 3.30 Mbps

Upload speed: 1.37 Mbps

ATLANTA:

Download speed: 3.30 Mbps

Upload speed: 1.38 Mbps

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C. Contract a friend or relative in another state. Ask him or her to run Speakeasy test against those same three cities.
  • SEATTLE:

Download speed: 4.32 Mbps

Upload speed: 0.29 Mbps

  • NEW YORK:

Download speed: 6.16 Mbps

Upload speed: 0.41 Mbps

  • ATLANTA:

Download speed: 6.48 Mbps

Upload speed: 0.41 Mbps

compare the results in parts a b c what conclusion if any can you make from these tests
Compare the results in parts a, b, c. What conclusion, if any, can you make from these tests?
  • To sum up, this experiment showed us that internet speed is determined by several factors. It is not something that can be calculated just by bandwidth, or server speed. Different locations have different levels of Internet speed performance depending on the hardware they utilize, their location, and how much traffic is on them at any given time. The class book made me become more familiar with many of the fancy sounding terms that are associated with the Internet. After studying them, we are pleased to say that I am no longer lost in a conversation about dial-up speeds, and DNS servers.
question 2
Question 2
  • Suppose you work for a company that installs computer networks. Assume that you have been given the task of creating spreadsheets to generate cost estimates.
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Spreadsheet for planning network installations How you could adapt this spreadsheet for project tracking and billing purposes?
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