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Old Nov 3rd, 2017
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Does anyone know where their data center is located? Just curious.... SJ
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Old Nov 22nd, 2017
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Mine is about 65 mbps Verizon 1gig line up/down
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Old Dec 5th, 2017
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What sort of speeds are UK users seeing from the store?
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Old Dec 7th, 2017
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What sort of speeds are UK users seeing from the store?
I can max out my 80Mbps connection.
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I can max out my 80Mbps connection.
On multiple connections, 100mb, 80mb and 350mb we've not seen any more than 58-60mb download speed.

One of them being a leased line.
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Old Dec 9th, 2017
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On multiple connections, 100mb, 80mb and 350mb we've not seen any more than 58-60mb download speed.

One of them being a leased line.
When monitoring the speeds was it during the day? My next question would be; what else is on the network/site? I constantly get emails about download speeds and then find that there are people streaming (netflix, itunes etc.) on site, control systems (crestron, control4) constantly calling home, smart home appliances constantly calling home, mobile phones on wifi using bandwidth without people realising, the list is endless. However, chances are, if you checked the download speed at 2am you'd find it was probably faster.

The easy solution is to limit traffic to all other items during Kaleidescape downloads, maybe installing something like a domotz would help.
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When monitoring the speeds was it during the day? My next question would be; what else is on the network/site? I constantly get emails about download speeds and then find that there are people streaming (netflix, itunes etc.) on site, control systems (crestron, control4) constantly calling home, smart home appliances constantly calling home, mobile phones on wifi using bandwidth without people realising, the list is endless. However, chances are, if you checked the download speed at 2am you'd find it was probably faster.

The easy solution is to limit traffic to all other items during Kaleidescape downloads, maybe installing something like a domotz would help.
Limiting traffic has not made a difference for me. I'm diligent and use Google WiFi app to monitor and limit traffic. I've got 1gig from Verizon FiOS and never see more than 60mbps down. The same was the case when I had 150/150 and 300/300 service.

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Limiting traffic has not made a difference for me. I'm diligent and use Google WiFi app to monitor and limit traffic. I've got 1gig from Verizon FiOS and never see more than 60mbps down. The same was the case when I had 150/150 and 300/300 service.

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Forgive me but I do not know of the Google WiFi app, does it allow you to see usage of all items including wired?
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50 at best on comcast, part of a condo complex so no direct.
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Forgive me but I do not know of the Google WiFi app, does it allow you to see usage of all items including wired?
Sure does. It is available in the Google Play store.

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