The The As shown in the figure, this is the speedtest measured on the same ip and the speed of the file download in the field. at the same time. A single file download is only 100K/s, even if 100 threads are opened, it can be 10M/s. But the speedtest script directly displays 100Mb.

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Netizen Reply: The The This post was last edited by Xiaoye at 2020-7-212:19 Dear, please note that there is a difference between the Mbps unit and the downloaded M/s. 100Mbps is not equal to 100M/s download, generally divided by about 10. If the official stated 100M bandwidth, the full download speed is 10M/s. Under normal conditions, it is difficult to reach full speed unless it is exclusive to bandwidth. The best test method is to find a close computer room, and the most accurate test is to pull a 1G.bin file. Don't go to the computer room, it doesn't make sense to go to the intranet I think it's okay, you see me this is Ali International's 1M bandwidth, how to run is 1.3Mbps at the maximum, this is a co-located setting. Demo address: http://47.244.217.168/speedtest/ 1Mbps is about 1M of bandwidth. Downloading something is about 100k/s
Netizen reply: The The Let's take a look at the speed test. Some speed tests without HTTPS are cached by local operators.
Netizen Reply: The The Quote: Xiaoye published in 2020-7-212:24 Your own browser test, reckoning is affected by network conditions and bandwidth redundancy of the machine. If the merchant claims that the peak bandwidth is 100M, then you find a similar...
Netizen Reply: The The Tell you a simple and crude method, global, and then speedtest.net single thread
Netizen reply: The The This post was last edited by haole at 2020-7-211:43 Quote: hswcd published in 2020-7-211:38 Tell you a simple and crude method, global, and then speedtest.net single thread
Netizen reply: The The Quote: Xiaoye published in 2020-7-212:16 Dear, please note that there is a difference between the Mbps unit and the downloaded M/s. 100Mbps is not equal to 100M/s download, generally divided by about 10. If the official says...
Netizen Reply: The The This post was last edited by Xiaoye at 2020-7-212:27 Quote: Haole published in 2020-7-212:19 100Mb is equal to 10M/s, which is 100 times worse than 100K/s.
Netizen reply: The The All for a certain purpose, not seeing the speed of the local computer, what is the significance of seeing the speed of the location in the same computer room

The  The  Quote: Xiaoye published in 2020-7-212:24    Your own browser test, reckoning is affected by network conditions and bandwidth redundancy of the machine.       If the merchant claims that the peak bandwidth is 100M, then you find a similar... 

Netizen Reply: The The Speedtest is originally multi-threaded, the file under the browser is single-threaded, no problem, the test limit is multi-threaded
Netizen reply: The The Isn’t he writing that the upload bandwidth is just over 1Mbps, his upload is your download
Netizen reply: The The Quote: Xiaoye published in 2020-7-212:24 Your own browser test, reckoning is affected by network conditions and bandwidth redundancy of the machine. If the merchant claims that the peak bandwidth is 100M, then you find a similar...
Netizen Reply: The The This post was last edited by hellfires at 2020-7-213:15 Quote: Xiaoye published in 2020-7-212:16 Dear, please note that there is a difference between the Mbps unit and the downloaded M/s. 100Mbps is not equal to 100M/s download, generally divided by about 10. If the official says...
Netizen Reply: The The Multi-threading is to test the local speed limit...If your browser pulls, it is generally single-threaded.
Netizen Reply: The The Browser download is generally single-threaded, you can try it with idm or axel under linux. The speedtestHTML5 is a multi-threaded speed measurement, you can see the network connection request when speed measurement by f12

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