Help testing bandwidth needed

We kindly ask You to assist us with some tests of our new server. Please let us know in the comments which download speeds You get, from which location and what is Your network connections bandwidth.

Test file: Link Removed

Thank You!

Edit (24.03.2011):
241 comments are more then we needed and a lot more then we have expected. Thanks to all of You who invested time trying to help us out testing our new server.

Conslusions from the test?
Most of the speed are satisfactory but there are times (1-3h during week days and some more during weekends) when the performance of our ISP drops quite significantly. We will be monitoring the sittuation and if the problems won’t be resolved in the near future we will be on the lookout for another provider.

329 responses to "Help testing bandwidth needed"

  1. justOneOfManyDudes

    Location: Germany, RLP
    ISP: Alice (AOL)
    Connection: DSL 3000
    Speed: 365 KB/s (Maximum here) using JDownloader 😉

    Reply
  2. TomaHawk91

    lol sorry my comment was wrong. normally i get a downloadspeed of 1,4mb but with the test file it is only about 100kb/s … strange !

    Reply
  3. Mendes

    Location: Lux City, Luxembourg
    ISP: P&T Service
    Connection: 5mbps
    Speed: 50-90kB/s

    Strange, i usually have like 300-500 kb/s on ur services.

    Admin:
    Between 14:00 and 18:30 (CET) our new ISP had a network stability problems. Can you repeat the test? Thanks.

    Reply
  4. bob

    Location: sydney, australia
    ISP: TPG – adsl2+
    Connection: 50mbps
    Speed: 20-30kbps

    Admin:
    Between 14:00 and 18:30 (CET) our new ISP had a network stability problems. Can you repeat the test? Thanks.

    Reply
  5. DJ Luciak

    Location: South Poland
    ISP: Bit Computer/TPNET
    Connection: dont know actually
    Speed: earlier it was downloading with 350 kb/s… not it has decreased to 70 kb/s

    Admin:
    Between 14:00 and 18:30 (CET) our new ISP had a network stability problems. Can you repeat the test? Thanks.

    Reply
  6. PH

    Location: Belgium
    ISP: Telenet
    Connection: 25 mbps
    Speed: 1,15 mbps to 1,20 mbps
    (=fast enough for me and for a free service!)

    Reply
  7. ra

    Location: St Petersburg, Russia
    ISP: NW Telecom
    Connection: 2Mbit day / 5Mbit night
    Speed: 250 KB/s day / 500KB/s night – it means, only limited by ISP!
    Thanks for great speed!

    Reply
  8. XYZ

    Location: Mumbai, India
    ISP: Tikona Digital Network
    Connection: 750 Kbps
    Speed: 92 KBps
    (92 kBps is pretty good for my connection)

    Reply
  9. Fang

    Location: Roorkee, India
    ISP: I dunno lol! It’s the institute internet…
    Connection: 100 Mbps
    Speed: ’round 40 kbps
    (works for me, cuz your connection doesn’t break. 😉 it is usually this slow for me everywhere, so not really complaining, no. v.v)

    Reply
  10. Edmundas

    Location: Vilnius, Lithuania
    ISP: Lithuanian Electronic research
    Connection: 40Mbps
    Speed: ~300 KBps
    Time to download: ~5min.

    Reply
  11. TomaHawk91

    Location: South Germany
    ISP: 1&1 (Arcor)
    Connection: 13 Mbps
    Speed: 1,3 MB/s

    I did the test again and then i got a perfect speed with the test file =)

    Reply
  12. Stefan Jansson

    This is how Your comment should look like to help us out:
    Location: Umeå, Sweden
    ISP: T3
    Connection: 100mbit
    Speed: 266 KB/s

    Wtf.. from the other servers I get way nicer speeds… :(

    Reply
  13. Vpo99

    Location: Oslo, Norway
    ISP: Uninet
    Connection 100/100 Mbps (fibre)
    Download speed: ~1 MB/s (day) ~2 MB/s (night)
    Upload speed: 1.7 MB/s (night, 1 file: 100 MB/57 sec = 1.7 MB/s)

    Reply
  14. Kaboing

    Location: Dortmund, Germany
    ISP: 1&1
    Connection: 50 Mbps
    Speed: ~5.5 MB/s (difficult to recognise exact speed with such “small” files)

    Reply
  15. MrSteveK88

    Location: Békéscsaba, Hungary
    ISP: DiGi
    Connection: 80mbit/25mbit
    Speed: 1mbit/sec all the time 😀
    GREAT SERVICE!!!!

    Reply
  16. Mendes

    NEW TEST(By demand)

    Location: Lux City, Luxembourg
    ISP: P&T Service
    Connection: 5mbps
    Speed: 290-320kB/s

    its good now. keep it up.

    Reply
  17. zellocko

    Location: Frankfurt, Germany
    ISP: 1&1
    Connection: 16mbps
    Speed: 1.2 MB/s

    Good Speed!
    I love zippyshare!
    Best Hoster worldwide!

    Reply
  18. Laurynas

    Location: Vilnius, Lithuania
    ISP: Vdnet
    Connection: 100mbit/100mbit
    Speed: 1mbit/sec all the time 😀

    I got 100mbit/s in lithuania, in other contries 10mbit/s is the max so i got ~1mb/s down speed

    Reply
  19. Austin

    Location: New York, USA
    ISP: Cablevision
    Connection: 5mbps
    Speed: 200 KB/s

    Seems to slow down at about 3/4 of the way through the large file. Started around 500 KB/s then went down to about 100 KB/s. Still free, still awesome!

    Reply
  20. craze

    Location: Norrkoping, Sweden
    ISP: Telia
    Connection: 8mbit
    Speed: 660kbps

    In other words; awesome. Don’t even want to download faster cause then I can’t even browse at the same time. :)

    Reply
  21. R1ot

    Pécs, Hungary.
    ISP: Digikábel.
    Speed: average 2472 kilobytes/sec – almost 20 megabit/sec.
    Download time: 41 seconds.
    Bandwidth: 20 megabit / 10 megabit

    Overall: pretty fast.

    Reply
  22. EatMe

    Location: The Hague, The Netherlands
    ISP: KPN
    Cconnection: 2 mb/s
    Speed: 834 kbps (Firefox)

    Zippyshare is great!

    Reply
  23. potap-1987@tut.by

    Место проведения: Беларусь, Минск
    ISP: BYFLY
    Подключение: 50Мбитс
    Скорость:100Мбитс

    Reply
  24. Laidback

    Location: Linköping, Sweden
    ISP: Bahnhof
    Connection: 10/10 mbits
    Speed: 1.2 MB/s – Throughout the whole test.

    Summary: You guys rock :)

    Reply
  25. Bacon

    Location: Brno, Czech republic
    ISP: UPC CZ
    Connection: 10/1 Mbit/s
    Speed: 220 kB/s and raising little bit during download

    Reply
  26. Manuel

    Location: Vienna, Austria
    ISP: UPC AT
    Connection: 102.400/10.240 kBit/s
    Speed: 1.6 MByte/s (DownThem All! Firefox AddOn)

    Reply
  27. Marval

    Location: Besancon, France
    ISP: Orange
    Connection: 8mbps
    Speed: 700 kB/s

    This is the max of my connection speed ! :)

    Reply
  28. Alex Otelaru

    Location: Intra-Verbania Italy
    ISP: Telecom Alice Italia
    Connection: 20mbps
    Speed: 500-600 KB/s

    Reply
  29. asmelix

    Location: Koszalin, Poland
    ISP: Telewizja Kablowa Koszalin
    Connection: 4mbps
    Speed: 462 KB/s
    This is my maximum download speed.

    Reply
  30. Xylem Studios

    Location: Valencia, Spain
    ISP: Orange
    Connection: 3Mbit/s
    Speed: 272Kb/s (2.6Mbit/s)

    Downloaded in about 10 minutes, that’s pretty good!
    100 MB in 10 minutes, about 10 Mb a minute 😀

    Reply
  31. Baronluigi

    About my earlier message, that is the speed that I usually get with any file I download from you hosting

    In this case, with this certain file you have posted, the maximum speed I get is 205 KBPS.

    Reply
  32. Anonimous

    Location: Bahia, Brazil
    ISP: Oi
    Connection: 1mbps
    Speed: 34 kb/s
    This is speed is very low. It’s not what I’m used to get on zippyshare.

    Reply
  33. UPC

    Location: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
    ISP: UPC
    Connection: 60 Mb
    Speed: 5.0 MB/sec (your other servers 160 KB/sec)

    Test file is too small to know exact speed

    Reply
  34. Arne

    Location: Wolfsburg, Germany
    ISP: Alice
    Connection: 6-8mbps (750 – 1000 kB/s)
    Speed: ~120 kB/s
    With your other servers I get a better connection (around 750kb/s)

    Reply
  35. Daniel

    Location:Antwerp BELGIUM
    ISP: Telenet
    Connection: 30 Mb
    Speed: 1.6 MB/sec (your other servers 160 KB/sec)

    Reply
  36. fabian

    location: Eindhoven, the Netherlands
    ISP:onsnet
    connection 100mb/sec
    speed: 200 kb/sec

    By Admin:
    Between 11:00 and 13:30 (CET) our new ISP had a network stability problems. Can you repeat the test? Thank You.

    Reply
  37. jason

    Location: Auckland, New Zealand
    ISP: Orcon
    Connection: 100 mbps
    Speed: 8 kB/s

    By Admin:
    Between 11:00 and 13:30 (CET) our new ISP had a network stability problems. Can you repeat the test? Thank You.

    Reply
  38. Fightclub

    Location: NRW, Germany
    ISP: Unity Media
    Connection: 32mbps
    Speed: 150kB/s – 3,5MB/s (depending on file)

    Reply
  39. Nackensteak

    Location: Braunschweig, Germany
    ISP: Deutsche Telekom
    Connection: 16mbps
    Speed: 1.7 MB/s (maxes out my connection)

    Reply
  40. jim

    location: Romania
    ISP: UPC
    Connection: 25mbit
    Speed: 2.9mb/s
    Comments: It took awhile to get to 2.9mb/s (at about half the file)
    Wish this speed would work for other files too :)

    Reply
  41. Stig

    Location: NSW ,Australia
    ISP: Bigpond
    Connection: ADSL 2+ 20/1Mbps (ADSL2+)
    Speed: 800kbps “firefox” “under 3minutes”

    Reply
  42. Wejn

    Location: Brno, Czech Republic
    ISP: UPC Czech
    Connection: 10mbps
    Speed: full

    (btw, www36 is considerably slower than this new www66)

    Reply
  43. dj2kmailos

    Location: Legnica, Poland
    ISP: Netia S.A
    Connection: 2mbps
    Speed: 245 KB/s (max real speed of my connect)

    Reply
  44. Anon Germany

    Location: Würzburg, Germany
    ISP: Deutsche Telekom
    Connection: 17696 kBit/s
    Speed: 800kb/s – 1,8Mb/s (pending)

    Reply
  45. Mikkuss

    Location: Gliwice, Poland
    ISP: Imperium P.W.
    Connection: 10mbps
    Speed: 1.1 MB/s (Full speed)

    Good luck for best share service in all web!

    Reply
  46. CasioBeatz

    Location: NRW, Germany
    ISP: NetColone
    Connection: 100Mbit/s
    Speed: 11.7MB/s (max speed is 13.30MB/s from my server)
    But, really nice, thanks for the new servers 😀
    PS Using JDL

    Reply
  47. Chopmax

    Location: Den Haag, The Netherlands
    ISP: “Online”
    Connection: 20 Mbps
    Speed: 0.7 – 1.3 MB/s (unstable speed, but stable download.)

    Reply
  48. Ray

    Location: Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    ISP: RDS (Romanian Data Systems)
    Connection: 54mbps
    Speed: 1.5 MB/s (on avarage/file but speed unstable, varies between 3 MB/s and 0.5MB/s)
    NO download manager used (should be relevant in comments)

    Reply
  49. ThePro

    Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
    ISP: Fibertel
    Connection: 3mbps
    Speed: 375 KB/s
    No download manager used.

    Reply
  50. brunik

    Location: Brasov, Romania
    ISP: RDS (Romanian Data Systems)
    Connection: 50mbps
    Speed: average 3.8mbps
    (Chrome) No download manager used

    Reply
  51. John

    Location: Midlands, UK
    ISP: Virgin Media
    Connection: 50mbps
    Speed: 3.2 MB/s peak – Started off at 1MB/s and then accelerated

    Reply
  52. DarkV

    Location: Germany Mannheim
    ISP: Kabel Deutschland
    Connection: 32mbps
    Speed: 2,2 MB/s
    No download manager used.

    Reply
  53. matt

    Getting between 1.5MB and 200KB download rates [B not b] on a variable up to 1GB line. Average was about 400KB overall.

    Reply
  54. pendrajwer

    Location: Zielona Góra, Poland
    ISP: Neostrada TP
    Connection: 20mbps
    Speed: 2 MB/s

    using DownThemAll download manager

    Reply
  55. Not Important but Zippy rules

    Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    ISP: Surfnet
    Connection: 128 Mbps (tested with download speed test website and this was the maximum of 10 tries)
    Speed: 10.5 MB/s Max 9.5MB/s Average

    Reply
  56. M..

    Location: South Germany
    ISP: Vodafone DSL
    Connection: 6 MBit
    Speed: 690KB

    Speed is alright, like on the other zippy servers too

    Reply
  57. Neil

    Location: Tel Aviv, Israel.
    ISP : Bezeqint
    Connection : 12MB/s
    Speed: 1,6 MB/s
    Tested with Internet Download Manager

    Reply
  58. tuzin1992

    Location: Lidzbark, Poland
    ISP : Neostrada TP
    Connection : 6MB/s
    Speed: 800kb/s (max)
    Tested with Internet Download Manager

    Reply
  59. truelife

    Location: Berlin, Germany
    ISP: Deutsche Telekom
    Connection: 10/100 Mbps (Fiber)
    Download speed: 3.2 MB/s

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  60. Leilaila

    Location: Knurow, Poland
    ISP: Alfa-System
    Connection: 10 Mb/s
    Speed: ~1000KB/s at the end (average with 89MB file – 939.47)

    Reply
  61. Pætur

    Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
    ISP: Danish Network for Research and Education Organization
    Connection: 1 Gbps (shared)
    Speed: apprx. 2.8 MB/s

    Reply
  62. StylaDJ

    Location: Eisenstadt, Austria
    ISP: Bnet Burgenland Telekom
    Connection: 1mbps
    Speed: between 100 and 130 kb/s

    Reply
  63. Cole

    Location: Croatia
    ISP: T-Com
    Connection: 10Mbps
    Speed: 90kbps

    I usually get much better speeds from zippyshare :(

    Reply
  64. w00t

    location: Netherlands, Wijchen
    ISP: Fiberglass XMS
    Connection: 70 Mbit
    speed: 5.2 mb’s

    almost 5.5, good job!

    Reply
  65. hir

    Location: Poland
    ISP: CyberGrota (Netia)
    Connection: 6 (Mbit/s)
    Speed: ~650KB/sek (Firefox)

    Well done Zippy! :)

    Reply
  66. SaNDR

    Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands
    ISP: Surfnet
    Connection: 100mbps
    Speed: 1.1 to 6.2 mbps (started slowly, ended fast)

    Reply
  67. >>>---NAVIGATOR--->

    Location: Lisbon, Pretogal
    ISP: Novis Telecom S.A. (cabrões 1), Hosted by ZON TVCabo (cabrões 2)
    Connection: 30mbps (fiber – could you believe?)
    Speed: 600~900 KB/s with peak @ 989 KB/s

    ALL good things in life are FREE

    Reply
  68. Fightclub

    Location: NRW, Germany
    ISP: Unity Media
    Connection: 32mbps
    Speed: 500kb/s-1,9Mb/s (temporarily drops to 6kb/s)

    Reply
  69. King256

    Location: Giza, Egypt
    ISP: TE Data
    Connection: 4Mbps
    Speed: 65kb/s
    Using Google Chrome(No Download Managers)

    Reply
  70. Edwin Williams

    Location: Chicago, IL
    ISP: AT&T
    Connection: 1Mbps
    Speed: 19.7 kbps
    Using Firefox v3.6.15 (no download managers used)

    Reply
  71. Sippy

    Location: Wesel, Germany
    ISP: Unitymedia
    Connection: 64mbps
    Speed: ca 7-7,5 MB/s

    My Server:
    Location: Germany
    ISP: Ovh Systems
    Connection: 100mbps
    Speed: ca 9,5-10 MB/s

    Reply
  72. Anonymous

    Location: Queensland, Australia
    ISP: Westnet
    Connection: 20mbps
    Speed: 260 bytes (not KB’s yes ‘Bytes’) Very slow…

    Reply
  73. Czyżak

    Location: Wyszków, Poland
    ISP: Netia S.A (ADSL)
    Connection: 1 Mbps
    Speed: 128 KB/s (This is the max of my connection speed.)

    Reply
  74. Yarden

    Location: Kiryat Tivon, Israel
    ISP: Netvision
    Connection: DSL 2.5mb/s
    Speed: 80 KB/s (near maximum (320KB/s))

    Reply
  75. Lev

    Location: Montreal, Canada
    ISP: Bell Canada
    Connection: 6-7 mbps DSL
    Speed: 720 KB/sec (5760 kbps)

    Excellent.

    Reply
  76. Receeh

    Location: Timisoara, Timis, Romania
    ISP: Universitatea Politehnica Timisoara
    Connection: speedtest.net indicates 49.38mb/s
    Speed: 2.9MB/s

    Reply
  77. Julio

    Location: Barranquilla, Colombia
    ISP: Metrotel Redes
    Connection: 1.0 mbps
    Speed: 99-106 kbps

    Pretty Good! (:

    Reply
  78. Anonymous

    Location: Leeds, UK
    ISP: Post Office
    Connection: 8mb
    Speed: 830kB/s at first, but rapidly deteriorated, less than 700kB/s towards the end of the file.

    Reply
  79. intruder

    Location: Prague, Czech Republic
    ISP: UPC
    Connection: 10mbps (~25% load)
    Speed: 0.9 MB/s (= maximum possible)

    Thanks for great file hosting!

    Reply
  80. Geivi

    Location: Albania, Tirana
    ISP: Albtelecom Sh.A.
    Connection: 2 Mbps (Non shared line, Individual)
    Speed: During 01:00-15:00 GMT => 206 KB/s
    During 16:00-00:00 GMT => 60 KB/s

    Reply
  81. Qbeck

    Location: Lyon, France
    ISP: Free
    Connection: 8 Mbps
    Speed: 200 KB/s (Nothing else than Firefox running at the time)

    Reply
  82. Pinak Gala

    Location : Mumbai(Bombay) India.
    ISP : In2Cable
    Connection : 512kbps
    Speed : 66kb/s To 70kb/s [Very good i guess]

    Reply
  83. joostcanters

    location: Amsterdam / Holland
    ISP: not sure (from workplace)
    Connection: about limitless
    Speed: 650kb/s

    Reply
  84. dave the rave

    location: Leicester, England
    isp: virgin media
    conection: upto 32Mb in reality around 15 to 17 Mb on wireless
    speed: max 1.8 Mb

    Reply
  85. Miguel

    Location: Chaco, Argentina
    ISP: Telecom Arnet
    Connection: 1 mbps
    Speed: 0.87 MB/s

    it`s a bad ISP but the only one in this area

    Reply
  86. info-village-that-you-won't-find-on-the-map

    Location: Lódź, Poland
    ISP: TP
    Connection: ADSL 640 kb/s
    Speed: 64 kb/s

    Reply
  87. PH-User

    Location: Vásárosnamény, Hungary
    ISP: Magyar Telekom plc.
    Connection: ADSL 15 (15 Mbit/s)
    Speed: 1.9MB/s (Fast!)

    Reply
  88. Googlebot

    Location: Dresden, Germany
    ISP: Deutsches Forschungsnetzwerk
    Connection: 3MB/s
    Speed: with 8 files on loading 2,4MB/s to 2,9MB/s

    u guys are rocking

    Reply
  89. Darthanan

    Location: Fortaleza/Brazil
    ISP: Global Village Telecom (GVT)
    Connection: 15Mbps
    Speed: 1.3mbps

    Reply
  90. SileNT

    Location: Recklinghausen, Germany
    ISP: Unitymedia
    Connection: 64000 ~ 8mb/s
    Speed: 7 mb/s
    Fieles to small to get full speed 😛

    Reply
  91. Mike

    Location: San Francisco, California
    ISP: Comcast
    Connection: 20 Mbit down / 3.5 Mbit up
    Speed: 11 KB/sec

    NOTE: The download speed for roughly 10-15 MB file takes over 6 minutes now. Before it was a matter of seconds. I ran a speed test and my speeds are normal, so maybe there is an issue with Zippyshare servers?

    Reply
  92. Jeremy

    Location: Bristol, England
    ISP: JANET
    Connection: 100Mb/s down – 100 Mb/s up
    Speed: 4MB/s

    Note: Was 4MB/s total bandwidth consumed over 6 files being transferred at the same time each item at ~600KB/s

    Reply
  93. lostsoul

    Location: Drenthe, Netherlands
    ISP: Ziggo
    Connection: 40 MB/s Down, 4 MB/s up.
    Speed: 1-3 MB/s.
    Loving this speed guys, keep it up!

    Reply
  94. Luuk

    Location: Enschede, Netherlands
    ISP: TweakFiber
    Connection: 50 Mbps down, 50 Mbps up
    Speed; >4 MBps (=>32 Mbps)

    GOOD!

    Reply
  95. AnyBody

    Location: Olsztyn, Poland
    ISP: Netia S.A.
    Connection: Unlimited (Router 1gb/s)
    Speed: ~6.5MB/s

    Nice transfer but from good P2P i reach speeds average 40-60MB/s so i must use SSD ^^

    Reply
  96. bc

    location: hendersonville tennessee
    isp; comcast xfinity
    i have high speed internet with super expensive airport extream router and it takes 21 mins sometimes 10 mins per download on files that are 93.2 mb and more used to be super fast

    Reply
  97. Someone

    Location: Greece
    ISP: OTE
    Connection: 24Mbit (but I get only 14Mbit due to distance from DSLAM)
    Speed: 1.500Kbps (using IDM)

    Reply
  98. alex

    location : malaysia, kuala lumpur
    ISP : telekom
    it use to be very fast but now it seems to take few hours or even days to complete 1 file.
    is there a problem with zippyshare server?

    Edited by Admin:
    We have checked and everything looks ok on our side.

    Reply
  99. Tobi

    location: munich, Germany
    ISP: Telekom
    Connection: 6mb/s
    Speed: 10-15 kb/s
    :(
    very slow… takes hours to download 1 file -.-
    normal: between 700kb & 1mb/s

    Reply

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