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Speed Test

Download Speed

Upload Speed

Latency (Unloaded)

Latency (Loaded)

Speed Test Tips

To help get an accurate speed reading, disconnect any other devices from your network and stop anything that is using your connection such as automatic updates or backups. If the lights on your modem or router are flickering, that means a device on your network is using your connection which will affect the results.


If you are connected to the modem wirelessly, also run the test with a computer connected to the modem with an ethernet cable to check if your wireless connection is slow.

Connection Speed Help

Explanation of Tests

Download speed is how fast you can receive data. A higher download speed means more people can stream videos at the same time and at a higher quality.


Upload speed is how fast you can send data. It is important to have a high upload speed for online gaming and for making video calls.


Latency is the round trip time to send data and receive a response from a server. If the latency is too high, there will be noticible delays in online gaming and voice over IP (VOIP) calls.


Loaded latency is the latency while the modem is uploading at full speed. When this is higher than the unloaded latency, it indicates that the router is affected by bufferbloat.

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