I know, completely off topic, but my ISP (Cox Cable), just gave me a promotion. Their ultimate 300/30 plan for $8 less than the regular price of my 50/5 plan. For a whole year! w00t! I can't quite reach 300mbps because my DOCSIS 3.0 modem is only 8x4 (they recommend 16x4 for their ultimate plan), but I'm not complaining! This is over WiFi too with SQM nicely set up.
My 50/5 plan is normally $78 (with my previous promotion it was $63 for the past year), 150/10 plan is $88, 300/30 plan is $100. I got it for $70
Edit: One question, when I set SQM up for the downstream (I put 250000), it lowered my download speed to less than 175mbps. Can SQM simply not handle speeds that fast? Luckily, I don't get bad bufferbloat on downstream at all, so I set it to 0 and set upstream to 32000. Using piece_of_cake. As you can see, I scored an A in the test above for bufferbloat. Upstream is what is bad without using SQM (at least for me anyway).
Edit2: On my desktop which is connected via Cat5, max download is 275mbps. Earlier WiFi results are damn good (and my DOCSIS3.0 8x4 modem too) if I may say so! Definitely don't plan on buying a new cable modem until I figure out if Cox is going to roll out DOCSIS 3.1 or FTTH in my area.
(Last edited by starcms on 26 May 2017, 23:49)