Test the speed of your Internet connection – Purchasing test, Debit test.

Speedtest speed test – Adsl flow

The test server used by test purchases is “off-net”, so that means that it is not directly on the own network of your operator. Conversely, the test recommended by your operator is generally “on-net”, so it is hosted on its own network. A “off-net” test will give more pessimistic results, because it implies that the entire traffic must get out of the operator’s network, and thus its control.An “on-net” test will give more optimistic results because the entire traffic will remain on the operator’s network, and therefore under its control. The use of these two tests is of interest because none alone represents customer experience: when you surf the internet, some content – the most popular – are “on -net” and others – the least consulted – are “off -net”.

Test the speed of your Internet connection

Check the following points to obtain the most precise result possible:

  • Preferably, take the test via your cable Directly connected to the modem/router by deactivating the Wi-Fi for the duration of the test.
    In Wi-Fi connection The reached speeds are likely to be lower.
  • If you do not have this possibility:
    • make sure to test as close as possible to the modem/ROTER.
    • Make sure you be properly Connected to your Wi-Fi and not to your mobile network.

    frequently asked Questions

    Why test its internet speed ?

    Internet speed is one of the main sources of complaints to telecom operators. This is why we want to encourage consumers to test it.

    What are the differences between the purchasing test speed test and other tests ?

    Test-Achat held the M-LAB test while the majority of operators have opted for the Ookla test. In order to have the most complete results, you can also perform the speed test offered by your operator.

    But what are the differences between these two tests?

      Measures on external network (M-LA TEST PURCHES) and on external network (Ookla)

    The test server used by test purchases is “off-net”, so that means that it is not directly on the own network of your operator. Conversely, the test recommended by your operator is generally “on-net”, so it is hosted on its own network. A “off-net” test will give more pessimistic results, because it implies that the entire traffic must get out of the operator’s network, and thus its control.An “on-net” test will give more optimistic results because the entire traffic will remain on the operator’s network, and therefore under its control. The use of these two tests is of interest because none alone represents customer experience: when you surf the internet, some content – the most popular – are “on -net” and others – the least consulted – are “off -net”.

    Good to know : because the M-LAB test used by Purchasing test is based on a single flow and on a remote server, the most unfavorable situation, performance problems that do not appear in other tests, can nevertheless be detected.

    Why don’t I reach the theoretical maximum speeds promised by my operator ?

    The first factor that can affect speed is the technology of your Internet connection. With a DSL connection (Proximus, Scarlet, etc.) The distance between your home and the nearest local center plays a decisive role in maximum speeds experienced. The greater this distance, the more limited your maximum speeds are. For cable operators (Telenet, VOO, Orange and SFR) the maximum speed will vary depending on the load and the number of users connected to the same node.

    There are, moreover, many possible disturbances, like these:

    • Your interior installation : your computer must be properly connected to the modem with the appropriate cables.
    • Your terminal equipment : your computer or laptop must be able to endure the speeds of your subscription.

    How to improve my wifi ?

    Discover our folder on the use of wifi in the house.

    Speedtest speed test – Adsl flow

    The test takes only 20-30 seconds, and to assess the speed of your download (Download), send (upload) and the answer (ping). Try it also separately ping test.

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    On this page you can test the speed of your internet connection. The Internet connection measurement takes place in four steps. ADSL Debit test (Speed ​​Test).

    1. Download Debit Test – Download from a remote computer (download down or download)
    2. Speed ​​of Upload – Download to a remote computer (uploading amount, guessment or upload).
    3. Ping server – The number of Miseconds (thousandths of seconds) allowing the connection between the computer and the internet server, which is disrected via browser

    If you want the most specific connection speeding results do not work with the Internet and do not enclose your computer when the test works. The test could be inaccurate due to the technology used.

    Connection speed under a magnifying glass

    The test results show you a number of key values ​​that allow you to assess your connection and decide, for example, to choose another package, or even another supplier. The main values ​​are as follows:

    Download

    Download (Download) shows you the download speed on your Mbit/s device. A high value is preferable, because the faster the download, the less you wait to load the web page or, for example, download the attachment of an email. Internet connection at home is generally asymmetrical. This means that the data transfer rate to the user is higher than the gathering speed.

    Upload

    The Remote (Upload) rate is the second basic value that the test results reveal. The remoteness expresses, again in Mbit/s, the speed at which you can upload data on the Internet with your connection. The higher the number, the better, just like for download. A quick upload is important, for example, for a backup on a server or streaming. The higher the value, the faster you can load data from your device on the Internet.

    Ping

    The response (ping) closes in milliseconds the three main parameters. Unlike others, the more low it is, the better it is. Its value is particularly important for online game players who need a quick response from the server so that their actions are not delayed during the game they play. Ping can be considered relatively fast below 40 ms, a very good result is between 0 and 10 ms.

    Jig

    The results also include jig. It expresses fluctuations in ping value in milliseconds, and therefore the stability of the connection. The result should be as low as possible. The more the value of the jig in the test is high, the more the stability of your internet connection is bad.

    Speed ​​test

    Flow test for your ADSL, VDSL, cable, fiber or satellite connection.

    What is the Speed ​​Test NPERF for ?

    NPERF precisely determines the capacities of your Internet connection.

    The Speed ​​Test is based on a single algorithm allowing to measure precisely the downward and upright flows as well as the latency of your connection.

    NPERF has a network of dedicated and optimized servers to deliver the debit necessary to saturate your Internet connection in order to obtain a reliable measurement.

    The Speed ​​Test NPERF is compatible with all types of connection: ADSL, VDSL, cable, optical fiber, satellite, wifi, wimax, cellular, etc.

    The measurements made on NPERF are recorded in a database used to the publication of NPERF barometers.

    Latence (ping): Indicates the time required for a small data package to go back and forth between your computer and our debit test server. The lower the result, the more reactive your connection.

    Descending speed: Indicates the amount of data that your connection can receive in a second. The higher the measurement, the better the flow of your connection.

    Start rate: Indicates the amount of data that your connection can send in a second. The higher the measurement, the better the flow of your connection.

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