Can someone suggest an accurate internet connection speed analyzer?

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Hi there. 

I noticed that the speed of my internet connection has been very slow lately. 

Can someone here suggest an accurate internet connection speed analyzer that could determine the download speed, upload speed and ping? 

I'm on a DSL connection with a guaranteed speed of 1 Mbps.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #177458

Can someone suggest an accurate internet connection speed analyzer?

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Hi Emileekeila,

What you basically need is to download or visit speed test sites. Here are the two sites that I can recommend: speedtest.net and speedtest.io.

Another way for you to clear out the cache from your internet is to go to your command prompt inside your accessories and type ipconfig/flushdns.

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Can someone suggest an accurate internet connection speed analyzer?

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Hi Emileekeila,

Below are the some online internet connection analyzer.

  1. Speed test net – This is the commonly used internet speed analyzer. You just click the "Begin Test" button to start the testing of your internet speed.
  2. Bandwidth Meter Online Speed Test – You only need to select your location and they will calculate the connection speed.
  3. McAfee's Internet Connection Speedometer – This will calculate your internet speed's download and upload.
  4. Internet Frog's Internet Speed Test – They will test and identify your PC's download, upload speed. And even rank it accordingly.

You can also test your internet speed without using the online testing tool. Try the following:

  1. Try the "ping" method on your desktop. If you have less than 100 ms latency you have a good connection. If you identify your network connection above 500 ms, that's one bad internet connection.
  2. LAN Speed Test – This stand -alone utility tool enables the user to check LAN speed. You need to download and install to your desktop.

Hope this helps.

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