My ISP is throttling me. They are the worst ISP I have ever dealt with, and unfortunately the area I live in only has 1 ISP. Talk about a money-opoly.
Anyways, I was wondering if there is a good way to measure the download and upload speed coming in through the cable modem. Is there a physical box that I could place in between the modem and the ISP that would keep track of this data for me? Or is there a program to do this sort of thing?
Thanks for all your help!
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speedtest.net will do that
Speedtest.net is good for testing your speeds. If you're also wanting to check how much data you're using a month you MIGHT be able to do so by signing into your ISP account. I know Comcast has this feature, but not sure about the others.
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