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Mon Mar 09, 2020 3:48 am

Have you blocked any countries? (Iran)
Tried to connect to 207.32.194.24 but it says can't connect. Tried to ping and it returns timeouts ...

EDIT: It gets stuck at connecting for a while and then gives the can't connect error.
 
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Mon Mar 16, 2020 9:52 am

i want to test my 10Gb Traffic, can anyone help to provide btest server for 10Gb Traffic? need soon
 
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Wed Mar 25, 2020 1:04 am

Hello everyone,

I recently ordered a 10 Gbps upgrade for my WISP's primary internet circuit, but I don't believe that I am receiving the full 10 Gbps. Is there anyone with a 10 Gbps btest server who could help me out? I can provide my public IP for my btest server through other means if someone wants to swap test server information.
 
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Wed Mar 25, 2020 1:44 am

Excuse the double post, but after reading through this entire thread and employing some of the scripts that have already been posted. I feel relatively safe putting this out here. Please don't make me regret it.

IP: 38.104.52.187
Username: btest
Password: btest

Please let me know if you guys are able to achieve 10 Gbps symmetrical connections
 
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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Wed Mar 25, 2020 2:09 am

Excuse the double post, but after reading through this entire thread and employing some of the scripts that have already been posted. I feel relatively safe putting this out here. Please don't make me regret it.

IP: 38.104.52.187
Username: btest
Password: btest

Please let me know if you guys are able to achieve 10 Gbps symmetrical connections
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Hello Garrison1701, I am the owner/operator of the original btest server IPv4 address: 207.32.194.24 & IPv6 address: 2605:4e40:0:1fe::
I just wanted to step in and welcome and it's nice to see another public access btest server on-line.
If you experience any issues or problems, you are welcome to contact me for how I might of delt with the same problem.

North Idaho Tom Jones
 
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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Wed Mar 25, 2020 2:22 am

Thanks, Tom. I actually just set up a queue for burst at 4 Gbps with sustained speeds at 1 Gbps. Figured it might be bad if it maxed my connection briefly.
 
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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Thu Mar 26, 2020 3:52 am

Heads up, I had to temporarily power-off the public access btest server I manage.

Here in the U.S. , there are thousands of business every where that have laid-off workers , and many of those workers are now working from home. Additionally, Netflix (and other on-line movie video sources) are getting increased bandwidth usage. In some locations, the Internet is experiencing much greater than normal bandwidth and some ISPs are experiencing problems. To help my ISP/WISP operations, I have temporarily disabled the btest server so that I can divert the normal ( peaking up to 2-Gig btest traffic) bandwidth to my customers.

I promise to return the btest server back on-line just as soon as my network stabilizes and the bandwidth is once again available.
This is the first time in over 4-years I have taken this btest server off-line for anything other than basic maintenance.

Everybody , be safe and take proper precautions to protect your ISP/WISP, business, customer and employees. And consider preparing your network(s) for a possible network increase of anywhere from 5 percent to 75 percent. So far, I am only at an additional 5 percent but I am getting ready for an additional 50 percent increase very soon to hit our networks.

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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Thu Mar 26, 2020 1:12 pm

Hello everyone,
Do you know what's happenning with NETERRA bandwidth server?.
It seems that is down, almost since february.

Thanks!
 
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Thu Mar 26, 2020 5:57 pm

Hello everyone,
Do you know what's happenning with NETERRA bandwidth server?.
It seems that is down, almost since february.

Thanks!
What is a NETERRA bandwidth server?
 
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Sun Mar 29, 2020 2:55 pm

Sorry!
I'd refer to the server at:

IP: 87.121.0.45
U: neterra
P: neterra
Last time I have seen was on february 25th.
 
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Thu Apr 16, 2020 3:51 am

A few minutes ago, I brought my public access btest server back on-line.
It is now running again - however , I reduced the maximum btest throughput (using multiple Simple-Queues) to 100 Meg.

Normally this btest server has has the ability to btest at greater than Gig Internet best speeds.
Because of the Corona virus pandemic and most of my customers now working from home and schooling from home, my ISP Internet bandwidth has jumped an additional 25 percent and sometimes peaks at an additional 150+ percent higher than my normal Internet traffic.

You are again welcome to use my btest server again. I ask that you please please please only perform short btest(s) to my server (because my Internet feeds are currently operating at much greater loads than normal.

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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Thu Apr 16, 2020 3:57 am

Wow I just noticed ---> 496,719 Views as of April 15'th 2020

Won't be long till this "Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)" hits 1/2 million views !!!

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Thu Apr 16, 2020 4:53 am

Wow I just noticed ---> 496,719 Views as of April 15'th 2020

Won't be long till this "Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)" hits 1/2 million views !!!

North Idaho Tom Jones
Thanks for hosting the server! Just did a test in NJ on Comcast...actually getting more than advertised. I have 300 D/L and seeing 370..I'll take it.! 10 U/L but showing 12...nice...

Moving from DOCSIS 3.0 this weekend to 3.1 so will see if that has any impact at all. I dont expect it to but it will let me know if the newer Netgear is better or worse than my existing Netgear modem
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Mon Apr 20, 2020 4:40 pm

Wow I just noticed ---> 496,719 Views as of April 15'th 2020

Won't be long till this "Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)" hits 1/2 million views !!!

North Idaho Tom Jones
:shock: That's a lot, I guess people have not much to do these days due to the virus. So everybody is in front of the computer including me writing you from my Greece property here
 
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Wed Apr 22, 2020 4:44 pm

Hi All,

It works very well,
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Thu Apr 23, 2020 6:28 am

A few minutes ago, I brought my public access btest server back on-line.
It is now running again - however , I reduced the maximum btest throughput (using multiple Simple-Queues) to 100 Meg.

Normally this btest server has has the ability to btest at greater than Gig Internet best speeds.
Because of the Corona virus pandemic and most of my customers now working from home and schooling from home, my ISP Internet bandwidth has jumped an additional 25 percent and sometimes peaks at an additional 150+ percent higher than my normal Internet traffic.

You are again welcome to use my btest server again. I ask that you please please please only perform short btest(s) to my server (because my Internet feeds are currently operating at much greater loads than normal.

North Idaho Tom Jones
Hello

Unfortunately 207.32.194.24 is unreachable. The traceroute stops at 207.32.194.6.
 
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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Thu Apr 30, 2020 5:07 am

Hi there, I don't seem to be able to use the bandwidth test server, is there a new IP or new login credentials?
Thank you in advance,
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Fri May 01, 2020 1:44 am

seems like 207.32.194.24 doesn't work anymore :(
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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Fri May 01, 2020 7:09 pm

seems like 207.32.194.24 doesn't work anymore :(
I just rebooted the btest server.
From time to time, the Mikrotik btest server ( on CHR ) will just quit working and the btest service will stop and show un-checked

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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Sun May 24, 2020 3:08 pm

Here's a tip for those wanting to test bandwidth. Especially if under 1Gbps.

I used my Azure account to create a Windows 10 Pro virtual machine in a region near me with a 1Gbps link.

RDPed into it, disabled the firewall for ease, and downloaded the Mikrotik btest.exe program (https://mt.lv/btest)

Using this, I was able to successfully test the capabilities of my link for as long as I needed, when I needed.

This doesn't take long to setup, and if destroyed afterwards only cost pennies.
 
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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Tue May 26, 2020 11:22 am

Hi ,

how i can access to this server .. i tried winbox and telnet but nothing .. Any way ,, Thanks in advance

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Tue May 26, 2020 1:10 pm

Use Bandwidth Test client to access it.
Russian-speaking forum: https://forum.mikrotik.by/. Welcome!

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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Mon Jun 08, 2020 10:14 pm

FYI
I just now updated the 207.32.194.24 btest server
From: 6.46.5
To: 6.47

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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Wed Jun 10, 2020 2:12 am

Just tried it. I can get data when I transmit but I see no stats when I try to do a receive test.
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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Fri Jun 12, 2020 9:20 pm

Just tried it. I can get data when I transmit but I see no stats when I try to do a receive test.
Question - Is your Mikrotik behind a firewall ( natted ) and/or is your Mikrotik possibly firewalling inbound connections ( such as btest receive ) ?
Try putting a Mikrotik on a live IP address with no firewall then try running the btest.

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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Thu Jun 25, 2020 3:37 pm

Hi Tom,
Just tested my 100/100 Mb/s fiber connection .
I was getting 99.5Mb/s constantly both ways.
Greetings from South Africa
 
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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Thu Jun 25, 2020 9:38 pm

Hi Tom,
Just tested my 100/100 Mb/s fiber connection .
I was getting 99.5Mb/s constantly both ways.
Greetings from South Africa
Thank you for your post.
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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Tue Jun 30, 2020 9:11 pm

Tom/Garrison/all - thank you for your public btest servers and support.

Tom - if I may repeat a question that has been asked multiple times - do I need to be running the same firmware version or main code branch, or is there a minimum firmware? My router is running 6.44.x Must it be on 6.47.x?
 
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Tue Jun 30, 2020 9:35 pm

Tom/Garrison/all - thank you for your public btest servers and support.

Tom - if I may repeat a question that has been asked multiple times - do I need to be running the same firmware version or main code branch, or is there a minimum firmware? My router is running 6.44.x Must it be on 6.47.x?
I don't know the rule for different versions. I do know that I have experienced btest not working until I would upgrade everything to the latest versions.
 
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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Wed Jul 15, 2020 10:43 pm

FYI - July 15th 2020

I just now updated the btest server ( IPv4 207.32.194.24 IPv6 2605:4e40:0:1fe:: ) server from 6.47 to 6.47.1

Happpy btest-ing ...


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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Fri Jul 17, 2020 2:57 am

Thanks and greetings from Croatia
 
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Fri Jul 17, 2020 3:02 am

Thanks and greetings from Croatia
Greetings back to you from North Idaho :)
 
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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Fri Jul 17, 2020 4:15 am

FYI re the btest server I operate.

I've got a full 10-Gig Internet on order. In about 3 weeks ( give or take ), I will be able to turn up the btest server back to 3-Gig or faster speeds for remote btest throughput testing.

I was forced to seriously decrease the maximum btest speeds to only a few hundred megs a few weeks ago. With the Covid-19 Corona virus here in my service area, my ISP/WISP bandwidth took an instant 300+ percent increase in bandwidth because everybody started working from home ( including the school students ) - which nearly saturated my current available Internet bandwidth.

I can't wait to test a full 10-Gig connection with only one device on the new network and go to www.speedtest.net ( I hope the speed indicator dial says " You are crazy fast !" )

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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Fri Jul 17, 2020 4:26 am

Hi guys. Anyone knows 1 gbit server for bandwidth test?
p.s on 207.32.194.24 can only get 92-95mps
 
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Fri Jul 17, 2020 4:33 am

Hi guys. Anyone knows 1 gbit server for bandwidth test?
p.s on 207.32.194.24 can only get 92-95mps
FYI - my post prior to your post is about the 207.32.194.24 btest server. But that is possible a couple of week out still.

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Fri Jul 17, 2020 4:42 am

Hi guys. Anyone knows 1 gbit server for bandwidth test?
p.s on 207.32.194.24 can only get 92-95mps
FYI - my post prior to your post is about the 207.32.194.24 btest server. But that is possible a couple of week out still.

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This is SPAM.

please, don't send us spam
This is a Mikrotik Forum.

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do not respam spam
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To quote or not to quote, there is the topic: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=168474
 
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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Tue Aug 25, 2020 11:14 pm

I have a 5GB pipe. Happy to offer some free bandwidth.
 
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I have a 5GB pipe. Happy to offer some free bandwidth.
You so awesome
 
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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Tue Sep 22, 2020 4:02 am

Some news , I have my IPv4: 207.32.194.24 IPv6: 2605:4e40:0:1fe:: back on-line again.
EDIT: btest user is --> btest and btest password is --> btest ( btest & btest )
I set the queue to allow btest-ing up to 4-Gig.

Question - Who has a 10-Gig Internet connected Mikrotik I can perform a btest to/from ?
I am now on a 10-Gig connection and I am looking for something to btest to/from so that I can check my 10-Gig connection.

Also - If you are btest-ing to my btest server - Please post your btest speed results , I want to verify It is running up to and over 2 Gig and possibly hitting 4-Gig on the top-end of btest throughput results.

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Wed Sep 23, 2020 3:35 pm

Some news , I have my IPv4: 207.32.194.24 IPv6: 2605:4e40:0:1fe:: back on-line again.
EDIT: btest user is --> btest and btest password is --> btest ( btest & btest )
I set the queue to allow btest-ing up to 4-Gig.

Question - Who has a 10-Gig Internet connected Mikrotik I can perform a btest to/from ?
I am now on a 10-Gig connection and I am looking for something to btest to/from so that I can check my 10-Gig connection.

Also - If you are btest-ing to my btest server - Please post your btest speed results , I want to verify It is running up to and over 2 Gig and possibly hitting 4-Gig on the top-end of btest throughput results.

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Wed Sep 23, 2020 6:02 pm

Reply to gotsprings re "can't connect"

Question: What is your IP address ? I will look at my access-lists.
Question: Has this ever worked for you in the past ?
Question: Can you ping 207.32.194.22 ?
Question: I want to verify --> Are you trying to Bandwidth-Test to my Mikrotik BTest-Server IPv4 address of 207.32.194.24 using User: btest Password: btest ?
Question: Is the Mikrotik you are trying to Bandwidth-Test from directly on the Internet and no firewall ? Firewalls can prevent some UDP and/or TCP send and/or receive btest from running.

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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Fri Sep 25, 2020 10:19 pm

Hi,
Found my way here from Google.
I have 10Gbps located in Stockholm, Sweden. Using CCR1036-8G-2S+.

Tested on: 38.104.52.187
10sec average: 2.9 Gbps/74.2 Mbps

And also: 207.32.194.24
I achieved 4Gbps both send and receive, however I did not run both at the same time.
Now I can't connect, but I guess (without reading trough every post here) that you have some sort of spam/flood protection that puts me on hold?

I don't have any devices yet that can handle 10Gbps (they are on the way) and I would LOVE to try this beast out on it's full capacity from the router itself.
I could also set up a BTest Server if anyone would like to try against my connection. However, this is a private resident with static IP and I don't want to post my IP here. Private message, if that is possible on this forum would be preferred.

Also a big thanks to everyone here for publishing test servers.
Especially you TomjNorthIdaho.
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Tue Sep 29, 2020 6:03 pm

re: Now I can't connect, but I guess (without reading trough every post here) that you have some sort of spam/flood protection that puts me on hold?

Yes , I do have a Simple-Queue which also uses an Address-List.
My address list has the following types of Names ( types ).
- blocklist - IP address that are blocked from using my btest server ( bad guys who have abused my btest server )
- previous - IP address that have recently used my btest server and are blocked for a couple of hours , then auto released
- tester - IP addresses that are white-listed ( IP address that have unlimited access to my btest server - these are normally my networks that I manage ).

Also - my Simple-Queue limits the maximum speed of all running btest testing to 4-Gig ( all currently running btests at the same time in the 4-Gig rate-limiting queue ). This is to prevent my Internet connection from getting hammered.

I will be building a second private full 10-Gig btest server. If you are interested in performing a full 10-Gig btest , I am open to the idea.

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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

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Just installed a CCR1009 on a 1GB fiber connection. Wondering why i get must slower speed test results behind the CCR than just plugged into the fiber modem. Fast.com direct is 900mbps+ and behind the CCR is closer to 550. Ran the bandwidth test built into the router and Mikrotik app for Windows. Got different results there too.

Edit: Figured out that I forgot to enable fasttrack. Now I get full speed to this server when its not bogged down.
 
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Hallo!
Someone have a free bandwidth test that works?
Thanks!
 
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Hallo!
Someone have a free bandwidth test that works?
Thanks!
IP: 38.104.52.187
User: btest
Pass: btest

This one seems to always work. Just tested it and got 1gb/s both ways which is my max possible.
 
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IP: 38.104.52.187
User: btest
Pass: btest
This one seems to always work. Just tested it and got 1gb/s both ways which is my max possible.
Thank you! It works, but from Italy 400/400 effective works only until 200/250.... Perhaps I'm so far...
 
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Tue Dec 01, 2020 4:29 pm

And while we are testing bandwidth... we might want a refresher on the affects of latency and loss...
Namely where your public test server is located, globally...

https://accedian.com/blog/measuring-net ... cket-loss/
http://bradhedlund.com/2008/12/19/how-t ... nce-links/
 
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Tue Dec 08, 2020 8:19 pm

December 8th 2020
Notice; The public access btest server I manage was re-numbered into new/different IP addresses. This public btest server is now at the following IP addresses:

IPv4: 23.162.144.120
IPv6: 2605:6340:0:1b::4

btest username: btest
btest password: btest

Note; To use this Mikrotik public access btest server , you agree to the following terms and conditions:
#1 - You will not use or create any automatic btest scripts on a timed schedule to automatically perform btest(s) to this btest server.
#2 - You will not run extended btest(s) to this btest server which last longer than 30 seconds.
#3 - The use of this btest server is only permitted to perform brief 30-second btest(s).
#4 - You will never use this btest server to create a degrading bandwidth sustained load on your up-stream Internet provider.
#5 - You agree that I ( the owner/operator ) of this btest server may post your remote btest IP address(s) you used to test to my btest server.
#6 - All btest(s) you perform to this btest server will always be performed using a hands-on procedure without the use of any automated scripts.
#7 - You will never attempt a "dude" connection to this btest server.
#8 - You may perform up to 4 ( four ) btest(s) in a 24-hour period
#9 - You will pause a minimum of 5-minutes between btest(s)
#10 - Failure to follow the above listed requirements may result in actions on my part to permanently ban/block your IP addresses from my networks and this btest server.
#11 - I ask ( not required ) , that you post in this Mikrotik forum what country/city your are located in and your btest throughput results.
#12 - You understand these terms and conditions and you understand the purpose of this btest server is to assist all Mikrotik admins in determining the status/throughput capabilities of the networks they manage.
**** This btest server has the capabilities to perform brief btest(s) up to 4-Gig throughput

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TomjNorthIdaho,

Thanks for providing this I live in Reno, NV and have AT&T Gig residential fiber. Bypassing using a rb4011igs+rm
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jweek - Gig to the home - nice :)
 
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Hi,
Canberra Australia..
Trying to run a speed test against this but it never seems to connect?
 
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Mon Dec 14, 2020 3:28 pm

Notice; The public access btest server I manage was re-numbered into new/different IP addresses. This public btest server is now at the following IP addresses:
Maybe some FQDN can help in long-term? :) Not the IP Cloud one (it's hard to remember), but custom one would be nice.
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Mon Dec 14, 2020 5:08 pm

@TomjNorthIdaho was testing multi-threaded (30+), you may have seen requests for up to 200 threads (tested the same with public iPerf3 servers to detect if my ISP throttles per thread, which they do), in case your setup/logs thought it was an attacker, + have two ISPs (testing it out).

My ISP's ASN:9829, should be enough for you to figure out which IPs were coming from me.

If you're interested DM me, we can run more thorough tests with multi-threads exceeding the usual 8-20 limit as I have two ISPs (I use 24 threads on client devices and I'm able to pull aggregated bandwidth of both ISPs on the daily).
 
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@TomjNorthIdaho Thank you for your test server for the Mikrotik Bandwith test.
My test results from Ukraine Kiev ISP Lanet.
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Notice; The public access btest server I manage was re-numbered into new/different IP addresses. This public btest server is now at the following IP addresses:
Maybe some FQDN can help in long-term? :) Not the IP Cloud one (it's hard to remember), but custom one would be nice.
Re ... Maybe some FQDN can help in long-term? ...
One minor reason I don't use DNS to point to the btest server is that if I renumber ( because of attack or some other renumber reason ) , it won't have the script bots performing automatic btest following me. The script bots are the worst - automatic btest the moment my times-access-list times out , every hour every day every month every year. Yes I can configure firewalls and stuff but I also have a ISP/WISP I am busy running.
 
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Thu Dec 24, 2020 12:11 am

Heads up ...
I just updated the btest server from Version 6.47.8 to Version 6.8


IPv4: 23.162.144.120
IPv6: 2605:6340:0:1b::4

btest username: btest
btest password: btest


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Heads up ...
I just updated the btest server from Version 6.47.8 to Version 6.8


IPv4: 23.162.144.120
IPv6: 2605:6340:0:1b::4

btest username: btest
btest password: btest


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Doesn't work. Neither v4 nor v6 🙄
 
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Good day.. how can I know if I already ip block? I try best 2 times with less than 5mins only..
 
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Heads up ...
I just updated the btest server from Version 6.47.8 to Version 6.8


IPv4: 23.162.144.120
IPv6: 2605:6340:0:1b::4

btest username: btest
btest password: btest


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Doesn't work. Neither v4 nor v6 🙄
Is it working now ? Are you behind a firewall ? Is your Mikrotik running a firewall ? It appears to be working for others.
 
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Mon Dec 28, 2020 7:26 pm

it was working partially for some minutes. now it's again not working.
my router is directly connected to the Internet. Firewall is running but no output filter.
Perhaps you can see some hints in the log? My IP Starts with 185.
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Mon Dec 28, 2020 7:38 pm

it was working partially for some minutes. now it's again not working.
my router is directly connected to the Internet. Firewall is running but no output filter.
Perhaps you can see some hints in the log? My IP Starts with 185. (AS51184)
Re; ... it was working partially for some minutes. now it's again not working ...
Have you read my posts about wait periods between tests and continuous testing ?

I have a firewall setting on the btest server which forces the remote btester to do the following:
- Wait between btests
- Prevents continuous and/or consecutive btests

With that said - I just now removed your 185.x.x.x IP address from the must-wait list. It will again auto populate after you run a btest which will again require another wait period.

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Mon Dec 28, 2020 7:48 pm

4 x 30 seconds tests with 5 minutes pause in between and waiting 24 hours for the next attempt is ridiculous 🤦‍♂️
 
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Mon Dec 28, 2020 8:13 pm

4 x 30 seconds tests with 5 minutes pause in between and waiting 24 hours for the next attempt is ridiculous 🤦‍♂️
ridiculous ?

What do you expect for free ?

You are welcome to create your own public btest server , allocate some of your extra gigabits of Internet bandwidth to it and show everybody how you can do it better.
 
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Heads-up
The btest server I manage is off-line ( possibly until tomorrow - depending ).

I am performing some year-end 2020 backups of my ISP/WISP system. When I get finished , I will turn it back on.

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** Wow - next month , it will be 5 years and a little over 6-hundred-thousand forum views and countless terabytes this server has been available **
 
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Heads-up
The btest server I manage is off-line ( possibly until tomorrow - depending ).

I am performing some year-end 2020 backups of my ISP/WISP system. When I get finished , I will turn it back on.

North Idaho Tom Jones

** Wow - next month , it will be 5 years and a little over 6-hundred-thousand forum views and countless terabytes this server has been available **
Good morning ... The btest server is back on-line. 30-seconds after it was back on-line , I had a remote btest running on it at 100-meg down then 20-meg up :)
 
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Wed Dec 30, 2020 9:06 am

Thanks Tom!

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Thu Dec 31, 2020 10:03 pm

for me where I live here in North Idaho - it's 12/31/2020 noon.

I want to wish all Mikrotik admins a Happy New Year
now don't get tooooo drunk tonight because you might have to fix your network at midnight :) lol


may your btest(s) be through the roof in 2021

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Hello,
Cannot connect...
Happy new year anyway...
 
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Mon Jan 04, 2021 7:52 pm

Hello,
Cannot connect...
Happy new year anyway...
Yanncd - your post "... Cannot connect... "

- Is your Mikrotik behind a firewall ?
- Does your Mikrotik have a live outside IP address ( not natted ) ?
- Is your Mikrotik also a firewall ?
- Can you ping IPv4: 23.162.144.120 and/or IPv6: 2605:6340:0:1b::4 ?
- Have you tried TCP send ?
- Did you read through all related btest posts in this forum ?
- Is the ROS software version of your Mikrotik the latest up-do-date version ?

Normally , if you are getting a "can't connect" , then the problem is likely a firewall on your side.

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Thu Jan 07, 2021 9:31 pm

i tried few times(~5) and I think i am blocked(213.250.22.). Well, tested TCP was fine, on UdP TX was ok, RX was terible (1Mb) instead ~20Mb
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on this one looks a liitle better, maybe I was missing udp rule in FW
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Fri Jan 08, 2021 4:00 am

vuli - were are you testing from ( what country ) ?
What is your Internet speed supposed to be ?

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Hi Tom,

I wanted to thank you and at the same time say sorry. I didn't read all the rules and might have been running a couple of tests more than what you asked for (and/or more often than pointed out).

Anyway, Im done with my tests and I got the results I expected, THANKS A LOT for this service !!!

Im running this from Sarchi, Costa Rica (my ip ends with .163.144) and my speed is supposed to be 100/12 Mbps
Screenshot from 2021-01-08 01-40-40.png

Thanks Again,
Bernal Murillo

PS: I might be blocked, and I'd really appreciate if you could unblock me, I promise I read all the instructions now and I'll follow them
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Fri Jan 08, 2021 5:52 pm

Hi Tom,

I wanted to thank you and at the same time say sorry. I didn't read all the rules and might have been running a couple of tests more than what you asked for (and/or more often than pointed out).

Anyway, Im done with my tests and I got the results I expected, THANKS A LOT for this service !!!

Im running this from Sarchi, Costa Rica (my ip ends with .163.144) and my speed is supposed to be 100/12 Mbps
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Thanks Again,
Bernal Murillo

PS: I might be blocked, and I'd really appreciate if you could unblock me, I promise I read all the instructions now and I'll follow them
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By the time I checked to see if the IP address was blocked in the btest server , it had already timed-out and was auto removed. You are good to go for another test.

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thanks a lot tom, this is what i realy need.. hope this last long :D
really helpfull
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thanks a lot tom, this is what i realy need.. hope this last long :D
really helpfull
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Looks like you have a Gig TCP up test
Impressive btest results :)

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Wed Jan 27, 2021 6:31 pm

Hi All,

tool speed-test 23.162.144.120 user=btest password=btest
status: udp upload
time-remaining: 3s
ping-min-avg-max: 22.5ms / 29.4ms / 40.7ms
jitter-min-avg-max: 30us / 3.01ms / 13.3ms
loss: 0% (0/200)
tcp-download: 672Mbps local-cpu-load:22%
tcp-upload: 20.9Mbps local-cpu-load:1% remote-cpu-load:6%
udp-download: 843Mbps local-cpu-load:6% remote-cpu-load:39%
udp-upload: 21.6Mbps local-cpu-load:2% remote-cpu-load:16%


750mb/20mb
Kelowna BC, Canada

Thanks Tom,

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Wed Jan 27, 2021 7:09 pm

This is an FYI on the public btest server I operate.

The btest server is actually an x86 ROS server running on a VmWare ESXi server.

I got this x86 ROS server free from Mikrotik many wears ago.

You see, I wrote up an article for how to build a 10-port 10-Gig-per-port Mikrotik x86 router , then posted the how-to in a Mikrotik forum. Well , I guess somebody with Mikrotik was happy and thus I got a free x86 ROS license. ((( Thank you Mikrotik ))).

So now you know where the btest ( x86 ROS ) server license actually came from.

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Sat Jan 30, 2021 8:02 am

Hi Tom,

Something weird happened yesterday, I was testing a link with just 50/50 for like 10 seconds, I did the test 2 times and the second time I did I could not stop the test, I rebooted the router like so many times but when ever it came online it would start to receive that traffic, I had to block the IP so the client does not get this incoming traffic. May be the test froze on server. Just thought of sharing.
 
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Hi Tom,

Something weird happened yesterday, I was testing a link with just 50/50 for like 10 seconds, I did the test 2 times and the second time I did I could not stop the test, I rebooted the router like so many times but when ever it came online it would start to receive that traffic, I had to block the IP so the client does not get this incoming traffic. May be the test froze on server. Just thought of sharing.

Are you using the newest version of ROS ?
Is your winbox updated to the newest latest version ?
 
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Thu Feb 11, 2021 6:55 pm

Feb 11'th 2021

I just now updated the public access x86_64 CHR btest server
from ROS v 6.48
to ROS v 6.48.1

IPv4: 23.162.144.120
IPv6: 2605:6340:0:1b::4

btest username: btest
btest password: btest

Note: This btest server is Ping-able. If you can't btest to it, then you might be behind a firewall or running a firewall.
Note: Please keep your btest(s) brief. This function of this btest server is to assist Mikrotik admins in determining and verifying their peak bandwidth throughput.
Note: After a few minutes of brief btest(ing), your remote IP address is auto blocked and will auto-release in about 1-hour. This is to prevent extended long term btest(ing) which is beyond my defined time-limits to perform brief btest(s).

As always, your comments indicating what country/city you are in and your btest results are always welcome ( and interesting ) - thank you.

FYI: This public access btest server is hosted and managed by Tom Jones with Red-Spectrum Communications ( located in North Idaho USA ). The ISP I work for is owned by the Coeur 'dAlene Tribe , which is a Native Sovereign Nation ( .nsn ) located in North Idaho.

Did you know this btest server has been on-line since January 2016 ?

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status: done
time-remaining: 0s
ping-min-avg-max: 46.4ms / 46.7ms / 52.9ms
jitter-min-avg-max: 1us / 288us / 6.45ms
loss: 0% (0/200)
tcp-download: 76.2Mbps local-cpu-load:7%
tcp-upload: 52.0Mbps local-cpu-load:3% remote-cpu-load:18%
udp-upload: 52.8Mbps local-cpu-load:4% remote-cpu-load:4%

This is on a Link that is supposed to be 100Mbps x 100Mbps

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status: done
time-remaining: 0s
ping-min-avg-max: 46.4ms / 46.7ms / 52.9ms
jitter-min-avg-max: 1us / 288us / 6.45ms
loss: 0% (0/200)
tcp-download: 76.2Mbps local-cpu-load:7%
tcp-upload: 52.0Mbps local-cpu-load:3% remote-cpu-load:18%
udp-upload: 52.8Mbps local-cpu-load:4% remote-cpu-load:4%

This is on a Link that is supposed to be 100Mbps x 100Mbps

Tucson, AZ USA
Try the btest during an O-Dark-30 when your network is the least busy ( something like 3:30 AM ). Perform four tests:
UDP down
UDP up
TCP down
TCP up.

If you hit 100-Meg ( both directions ) during an O-Dark-30 but not during normal busy hours , then I would suspect your network or your upstream network may be saturated when the network is normally busy. If this is the case, try this:
- During a most busy time on your network , disable all feeds to customers/servers.
- Perform the above tests
- Re-enable your networks.
If the results are still not what you should be getting, contact your upstream provider.

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hello,

i am new on the forum and i hope i am doing the right thing by posting here.

my company has a CCR1036 on which our IP transit service terminate. i have been trying to test the capacity provisioned over the IP TRANSIT service to no avail.

i am doing the test from the CCR1036 to 23.162.144.120 . find attached the capture

I need help
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hello,

i am new on the forum and i hope i am doing the right thing by posting here.

my company has a CCR1036 on which our IP transit service terminate. i have been trying to test the capacity provisioned over the IP TRANSIT service to no avail.

i am doing the test from the CCR1036 to 23.162.144.120 . find attached the capture

I need help
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From your Mikrotik, can you ping 23.162.144.120 ?
Can you try a btest TCP send to 23.162.144.120 ?
If both of the above work but no other test work, then I would suspect a firewall somewhere on your side may be the problem.

What is the public IP address of your Mikrotik ? I can look at my logs and see of you are temp blocked by my btest system.

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Sat Mar 06, 2021 11:50 pm

Aloha North Idaho Tom Jones,

I live in Hawaii on the island of Oahu and have Spectrum's 200Mbps/10Mbps plan. Here are my test results for today, Saturday, 06 Mar 2021, at ~2130GMT.

The test was for 30s, bi-directional, UDP, using my brand new MikroTik RB4011IGS+5HACQ2HND-IN.

status: done testing
duration: 31s
tx-current: 12.1Mbps
tx-10-second-average: 11.9Mbps
tx-total-average: 10.1Mbps
rx-current: 241.7Mbps
rx-10-second-average: 241.4Mbps
rx-total-average: 240.1Mbps
lost-packets: 856
random-data: no
direction: both
tx-size: 1500
rx-size: 1500
connection-count: 20
local-cpu-load: 0%
remote-cpu-load: 24%

God bless and God speed!

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Sun Mar 07, 2021 2:03 am

Hi,

Just tried your server, for a ten-fifteen second shot...worked well.

Thank-you.
 
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Mon Mar 08, 2021 5:29 pm

Thanks,

from UK connection:
         status: done
      time-remaining: 0s
    ping-min-avg-max: 144ms / 145ms / 147ms
  jitter-min-avg-max: 1us / 131us / 2.98ms
                loss: 0% (0/200)
        tcp-download: 1.42Gbps local-cpu-load:4%
          tcp-upload: 1.56Gbps local-cpu-load:13% remote-cpu-load:82%
          udp-upload: 2.09Gbps local-cpu-load:4% remote-cpu-load:45%
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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Tue Mar 09, 2021 5:37 pm

Thanks,

from UK connection:
         status: done
      time-remaining: 0s
    ping-min-avg-max: 144ms / 145ms / 147ms
  jitter-min-avg-max: 1us / 131us / 2.98ms
                loss: 0% (0/200)
        tcp-download: 1.42Gbps local-cpu-load:4%
          tcp-upload: 1.56Gbps local-cpu-load:13% remote-cpu-load:82%
          udp-upload: 2.09Gbps local-cpu-load:4% remote-cpu-load:45%
rosjordi ,
nice - you've got a smoken fast Internet connection ! :)

Questions
- It this test through a home or business Internet connection ?
- Were you able to perform a UDP download btest ?
- Were the btest results what your were expecting ( slower or faster than you should be getting ) ?

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Fri Mar 12, 2021 7:09 am

Aloha TomjNorthIdaho,
I live in the Russian city of Omsk, the tariff plan is 100 Mbps. I collect data on the bandwidth of the provider's channel. I found an opportunity to test the channel with the help of your service. Here are my test results.
stat12-03-2021.jpg
This week I am seeing a failure in the test. Previously measured 4 times a day, lasting 5 seconds ... external 91. *. 210.186.
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Doesn't work now.
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Tue Mar 16, 2021 4:37 am

HI tom, i'am from Indonesia, here's the result from indonesia
from ip 103.xx8.143.1


unfortunately i can't test for tcp

is there any rule blocking it?

actually i've test couple times before, work for ftp but today i can't test for tcp
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Tue Mar 16, 2021 4:38 am

Aloha TomjNorthIdaho,
I live in the Russian city of Omsk, the tariff plan is 100 Mbps. I collect data on the bandwidth of the provider's channel. I found an opportunity to test the channel with the help of your service. Here are my test results.
stat12-03-2021.jpg
This week I am seeing a failure in the test. Previously measured 4 times a day, lasting 5 seconds ... external 91. *. 210.186.
bt12-03-2021.jpg
Doesn't work now.
same condition to me, udp stil working
 
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Tue Mar 16, 2021 5:21 am

same condition to me, udp stil working
udp works, but the outgoing speed is high, about 300 megabits.
 
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Thu Mar 18, 2021 5:53 pm

FYI - Just thought it may be interesting to know ....

On average , there is always one or two Mikrotik admins somewhere performing a btest to my btest server.
Sometimes I will see the btest server with 5 to 10 different btest connections running.
Sometimes, I will drop the max btest bandwidth limiter settings and see some remote btest hitting close to 10-Gig ( full saturation of my primary 10-Gig internet feed ).

Funny ... somewhere around 6 or 7 years ago ( prior to me putting my btest server on-line ), I proposed a Mikrotik btest day where everybody would post their IP address and btest login/password information. This was a thought to allow all Mikrotik admins test their maximum bandwidth throughput the world everywhere. ---- Well , somebody back then posted a response as what it would be called :
" The day the Internet died "
I think it would of been interesting to discover what would of broken ( so that it could be fixed/upgraded ).

Something I would like to see would be a Mikrotik torrent btest feature. Something that would create the ability for a Mikrotik admin to perform TCP/UDP torrent-btest(s) to dozens or hundreds of remote Mikrotik torrent-btest servers , where the remote torrent-btest servers can be configured with maximum bandwidth settings. So rather than testing to one location, a torrent-btest could be testing to hundreds of torrent-btest servers throughput the entire world.

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Mon Mar 22, 2021 7:22 pm

Tom, thanks so much for the server, we find it invaluable for our WISP business here in Michigan.

Anywhere we can send a donation?
 
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Mon Apr 12, 2021 10:06 pm

Well, this is getting fun. I have now blocked 176.0.0.0-201.0.0.0. Sorry for the inconvenience to the rest of my fellow testers.

Best
Try it again , I just cleared out the Address-List of recent testers

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Tue Apr 13, 2021 8:18 pm

FYI - btest server was just now upgraded from ROS version 6.48.1 to the just released ROS version 6.48.2

If you encounter any issues with the btest server now running 6.48.2 , please post them here.

IPv4: 23.162.144.120
IPv6: 2605:6340:0:1b::4

btest username: btest
btest password: btest

Note; To use this Mikrotik public access btest server , you agree to the following terms and conditions:
#1 - You will not use or create any automatic btest scripts on a timed schedule to automatically perform btest(s) to this btest server.
#2 - You will not run extended btest(s) to this btest server which last longer than 30 seconds.
#3 - The use of this btest server is only permitted to perform brief 30-second btest(s).
#4 - You will never use this btest server to create a degrading bandwidth sustained load on your up-stream Internet provider.
#5 - You agree that I ( the owner/operator ) of this btest server may post your remote btest IP address(s) you used to test to my btest server.
#6 - All btest(s) you perform to this btest server will always be performed using a hands-on procedure without the use of any automated scripts.
#7 - You will never attempt a "dude" connection to this btest server.
#8 - You may perform up to 4 ( four ) btest(s) in a 24-hour period
#9 - You will pause a minimum of 5-minutes between btest(s)
#10 - Failure to follow the above listed requirements may result in actions on my part to permanently ban/block your IP addresses from my networks and this btest server.
#11 - I ask ( not required ) , that you post in this Mikrotik forum what country/city your are located in and your btest throughput results.
#12 - You understand these terms and conditions and you understand the purpose of this btest server is to assist all Mikrotik admins in determining the status/throughput capabilities of the networks they manage.


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Sat Apr 24, 2021 5:06 am

Aloha North Idaho Tom Jones,

I live in Hawaii on the island of Oahu and just upgraded to Hawaiian Telcom's 750Mbps/300Mbps plan. Here are my test results for today, Friday, 23 Apr 2021, at ~0200GMT.

The test was for 30s, bi-directional, UDP, using my MikroTik RB4011IGS+5HACQ2HND-IN.

status: done testing
duration: 31s
tx-current: 300.1Mbps
tx-10-second-average: 300.0Mbps
tx-total-average: 299.0Mbps
rx-current: 799.1Mbps
rx-10-second-average: 800.0Mbps
rx-total-average: 799.6Mbps
lost-packets: 0
random-data: no
direction: both
tx-size: 1500
rx-size: 1500
connection-count: 20
local-cpu-load: 17%
remote-cpu-load: 46%

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Mon Apr 26, 2021 6:37 pm

Aloha North Idaho Tom Jones,

I live in Hawaii on the island of Oahu and just upgraded to Hawaiian Telcom's 750Mbps/300Mbps plan. Here are my test results for today, Friday, 23 Apr 2021, at ~0200GMT.

The test was for 30s, bi-directional, UDP, using my MikroTik RB4011IGS+5HACQ2HND-IN.

status: done testing
duration: 31s
tx-current: 300.1Mbps
tx-10-second-average: 300.0Mbps
tx-total-average: 299.0Mbps
rx-current: 799.1Mbps
rx-10-second-average: 800.0Mbps
rx-total-average: 799.6Mbps
lost-packets: 0
random-data: no
direction: both
tx-size: 1500
rx-size: 1500
connection-count: 20
local-cpu-load: 17%
remote-cpu-load: 46%

-Nick
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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Wed May 12, 2021 4:15 pm

Im getting error "disconnected" the last 2 weeks.
Is the server still up?
FYI - btest server was just now upgraded from ROS version 6.48.1 to the just released ROS version 6.48.2

If you encounter any issues with the btest server now running 6.48.2 , please post them here.

IPv4: 23.162.144.120
IPv6: 2605:6340:0:1b::4

btest username: btest
btest password: btest

Note; To use this Mikrotik public access btest server , you agree to the following terms and conditions:
#1 - You will not use or create any automatic btest scripts on a timed schedule to automatically perform btest(s) to this btest server.
#2 - You will not run extended btest(s) to this btest server which last longer than 30 seconds.
#3 - The use of this btest server is only permitted to perform brief 30-second btest(s).
#4 - You will never use this btest server to create a degrading bandwidth sustained load on your up-stream Internet provider.
#5 - You agree that I ( the owner/operator ) of this btest server may post your remote btest IP address(s) you used to test to my btest server.
#6 - All btest(s) you perform to this btest server will always be performed using a hands-on procedure without the use of any automated scripts.
#7 - You will never attempt a "dude" connection to this btest server.
#8 - You may perform up to 4 ( four ) btest(s) in a 24-hour period
#9 - You will pause a minimum of 5-minutes between btest(s)
#10 - Failure to follow the above listed requirements may result in actions on my part to permanently ban/block your IP addresses from my networks and this btest server.
#11 - I ask ( not required ) , that you post in this Mikrotik forum what country/city your are located in and your btest throughput results.
#12 - You understand these terms and conditions and you understand the purpose of this btest server is to assist all Mikrotik admins in determining the status/throughput capabilities of the networks they manage.


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Thu May 13, 2021 12:49 am

LoneRager ,
I just now checked the btest server 30 seconds ago prior to posting this reply.

Yes - the btest server is up and running. When I checked it - there were two different remote btest(s) running ( 100-Meg each btest ). Now a minute later it is idle again.

Can you ping the btest server ?

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Sat May 15, 2021 2:02 pm

I cannot ping the BTest server from any of my locations across Czech republic (all different IP ranges) 93.99.x.x, 217.29.x., 37.11.x.x, 89.176.x.x

Needless to say I cannot run a btest
 
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Mon May 17, 2021 7:03 pm

I cannot ping the BTest server from any of my locations across Czech republic (all different IP ranges) 93.99.x.x, 217.29.x., 37.11.x.x, 89.176.x.x

Needless to say I cannot run a btest
I suspect you have a firewall at or near your location blocking access.
Would you please reply with a traceroute to the btest server.

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Mon May 17, 2021 8:53 pm

LoneRager ,
I just now checked the btest server 30 seconds ago prior to posting this reply.

Yes - the btest server is up and running. When I checked it - there were two different remote btest(s) running ( 100-Meg each btest ). Now a minute later it is idle again.

Can you ping the btest server ?

North Idaho Tom Jones
Yes I can ping the server. Just tried again, and Im getting the same message.
 
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Mon May 17, 2021 11:18 pm

LoneRager ,
I just now checked the btest server 30 seconds ago prior to posting this reply.

Yes - the btest server is up and running. When I checked it - there were two different remote btest(s) running ( 100-Meg each btest ). Now a minute later it is idle again.

Can you ping the btest server ?

North Idaho Tom Jones
Yes I can ping the server. Just tried again, and Im getting the same message.
Try performing a TCP send to the btest server.
Often , when a remote location is behind a firewall , a TCP send will sometimes be the only btest a remote firewall will allow/pass.
 
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Tue May 18, 2021 12:37 am

LoneRager ,
I just now checked the btest server 30 seconds ago prior to posting this reply.

Yes - the btest server is up and running. When I checked it - there were two different remote btest(s) running ( 100-Meg each btest ). Now a minute later it is idle again.

Can you ping the btest server ?

North Idaho Tom Jones
Yes I can ping the server. Just tried again, and Im getting the same message.
Try performing a TCP send to the btest server.
Often , when a remote location is behind a firewall , a TCP send will sometimes be the only btest a remote firewall will allow/pass.
I actually have been using TCP.

I wonder if I got banned? I did accidently leave the speedtest running for a few minutes one time. But it seems to be doing it to all my routers, not just that one.
 
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Tue May 18, 2021 3:32 am

LoneRager ,
I just now checked the btest server 30 seconds ago prior to posting this reply.

Yes - the btest server is up and running. When I checked it - there were two different remote btest(s) running ( 100-Meg each btest ). Now a minute later it is idle again.

Can you ping the btest server ?

North Idaho Tom Jones
Yes I can ping the server. Just tried again, and Im getting the same message.
Try performing a TCP send to the btest server.
Often , when a remote location is behind a firewall , a TCP send will sometimes be the only btest a remote firewall will allow/pass.
I actually have been using TCP.

I wonder if I got banned? I did accidently leave the speedtest running for a few minutes one time. But it seems to be doing it to all my routers, not just that one.
The btest server will throttle down after about 30 to 60 seconds ( depending on how much bandwidth a remote IP is driving the btest server ) then it will auto add the remote IP to an address-list ).
When it is in the address-list, that IP address needs to remain idle ( not connected to the btest server ) for 1-hour. Then after 1-hour of no connections from the remote IP address, the btest server will auto-remote the remote IP address from the address-list.

Right now at this moment , I have 10 IP addresses in the address-list
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Fri May 21, 2021 4:28 pm

From Moncton, NB, Canada, on a 1Gbps fiber line.
Tx/Rx Total Average: 287.9 Mbps/188.9 Mbps
 
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Sun May 23, 2021 1:11 pm

I cannot ping the BTest server from any of my locations across Czech republic (all different IP ranges) 93.99.x.x, 217.29.x., 37.11.x.x, 89.176.x.x

Needless to say I cannot run a btest
I suspect you have a firewall at or near your location blocking access.
Would you please reply with a traceroute to the btest server.

North Idaho Tom Jones
Here is the traceroute
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It seems to die at your provider gateway? From my point of view, since it is multiple different locations/providers from which I cannot access your server, seems to me like a country block by your provider.
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Wed May 26, 2021 6:13 pm

Good morning ( Wednesday 05/26/2021 )
I just now upgraded the ROS 6.48.2 on the btest server to the new ROS 6.48.3
If you encounter any issues , please post.

North Idaho Tom Jones

IPv4: 23.162.144.120
IPv6: 2605:6340:0:1b::4

btest username: btest
btest password: btest

Note; To use this Mikrotik public access btest server , you agree to the following terms and conditions:
#1 - You will not use or create any automatic btest scripts on a timed schedule to automatically perform btest(s) to this btest server.
#2 - You will not run extended btest(s) to this btest server which last longer than 30 seconds.
#3 - The use of this btest server is only permitted to perform brief 30-second btest(s).
#4 - You will never use this btest server to create a degrading bandwidth sustained load on your up-stream Internet provider.
#5 - You agree that I ( the owner/operator ) of this btest server may post your remote btest IP address(s) you used to test to my btest server.
#6 - All btest(s) you perform to this btest server will always be performed using a hands-on procedure without the use of any automated scripts.
#7 - You will never attempt a "dude" connection to this btest server.
#8 - You may perform up to 4 ( four ) btest(s) in a 24-hour period
#9 - You will pause a minimum of 5-minutes between btest(s)
#10 - Failure to follow the above listed requirements may result in actions on my part to permanently ban/block your IP addresses from my networks and this btest server.
#11 - I ask ( not required ) , that you post in this Mikrotik forum what country/city your are located in and your btest throughput results.
#12 - You understand these terms and conditions and you understand the purpose of this btest server is to assist all Mikrotik admins in determining the status/throughput capabilities of the networks they manage.
**** This btest server has the capabilities to perform brief btest(s) up to 4-Gig throughput
 
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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Thu May 27, 2021 3:12 am

Tested from a WISP on the Central Coast of CA (9m/9m plan)

Download via udp: 0
Download via tcp: Max 9.3, sustained close to that (results were reset by my subsequent test before I logged them)
Upload via tcp: Max 10.x, sustained about 5-6 (trying to troubleshoot this specifically--seems like we're not getting the 9m upload we pay for)
Download+upload combined: about 5-6mbps each

I guess the system blocked me at that point as I tried to run one more and it wouldn't connect. Maybe that first UDP test counted as one of my four allowed tests...

Thanks for offering the service. It allowed me to confirm that I am getting the rated downlink speed (9m) when other speedtest sites (Ookla, etc.) have trouble hitting that mark (guessing my latency/jitter is too high and that keeps those tests from saturating my connection?) and also confirm that my upload isn't where it should be.
 
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Fri May 28, 2021 2:52 am

Question to those with near 10-Gig Internet connections

In a week or month ( sometime ) , I will be turning up a new additional 10-Gig Internet connection.
Prior to me placing this in my network , I am considering configuring a new 2'nd full 10-Gig wide-open btest server on the new circuit, then allow high-speed, no-throttling and no-timeouts for those who want to perform some btest(s) up to 10-Gig.

This new 2'nd btest server would only be available for about 7 days , then taken off-line when I move this new BGP circuit into my network.

If you are interested , please post so that I know to go ahead and build a 7-day wide-open 10-Gig btest server.

* For me , this is also a way for me to verify my new circuit is working well under load.

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Sun May 30, 2021 5:39 am

I cannot ping the BTest server from any of my locations across Czech republic (all different IP ranges) 93.99.x.x, 217.29.x., 37.11.x.x, 89.176.x.x

Needless to say I cannot run a btest
I suspect you have a firewall at or near your location blocking access.
Would you please reply with a traceroute to the btest server.

North Idaho Tom Jones
Here is the traceroute
Tracert.PNG

It seems to die at your provider gateway? From my point of view, since it is multiple different locations/providers from which I cannot access your server, seems to me like a country block by your provider.

I'm having the same problem (I think). I'm trying to connect from a 1gig fiber link and traceroute dies just upstream of your test server. Any ideas?
9 3 ms 3 ms 3 ms ae17.cr6-sjc1.ip4.gtt.net [69.22.130.109]
10 3 ms 3 ms 3 ms ae18-3416.cr11-fra2.ip4.gtt.net [89.149.180.134]
11 4 ms 6 ms 4 ms as2914.cr6-sjc1.ip4.gtt.net [69.174.23.158]
12 4 ms 4 ms 4 ms ae-10.r25.snjsca04.us.bb.gin.ntt.net [129.250.3.174]
13 21 ms 22 ms 22 ms ae-4.r25.sttlwa01.us.bb.gin.ntt.net [129.250.3.125]
14 21 ms 26 ms 35 ms ae-1.a03.sttlwa01.us.bb.gin.ntt.net [129.250.2.207]
15 21 ms 22 ms 21 ms ae-0.wholesail-networks.sttlwa01.us.bb.gin.ntt.net [129.250.194.238]
16 28 ms 28 ms 31 ms cr2-sttlwawb-c-be14.bb.as20055.net [137.83.80.100]
17 28 ms 28 ms 28 ms cr2-sttlwawb-b-n-be13.bb.as20055.net [137.83.80.19]
18 28 ms 28 ms 28 ms cr2-sttlwawb-a-be18.bb.as20055.net [107.191.236.126]
19 28 ms 28 ms 27 ms cr1-spknwaob-b-be10.bb.as20055.net [107.191.236.55]
20 29 ms 27 ms 28 ms cr1-libertylake-be10.bb.as20055.net [137.83.80.59]
21 28 ms 28 ms 28 ms 137.83.80.106
22 29 ms 28 ms 29 ms IPv4-23-162-144-001.Red-Spectrum.com [23.162.144.1]
23 * * * Request timed out.
24 * * * Request timed out.
25 * * * Request timed out.
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Just performed a quick test from Sacramento, CA. My TCP receive throughput hit 1.4Gbps which is my provisioned Comcast/Xfinity downstream.
 
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Mikrotik btest servers and how I use my btest servers in/for my customers:

I have two Mikrotik btest servers.
#1 , One of them is the public btest server you may already know and use ( IPv4: 23.162.144.120 and IPv6: 2605:6340:0:1b::4 )
#2 , My other non-public btest server is inside my network and behind some firewalls.

When I want to test & verify my customer's bandwidth-rate-limiters are working, I have the customer Mikrotik perform a btest to my #1 outside btest server. For example, if a customer has a 100-Meg-down & 20-Meg-up account , I should be able to btest to the public btest server #1 and see the correct customer bandwidth speeds for both up and down speeds. Testing to this btest server goes through the bandwidth-limiters to shape traffic bandwidth to what the customer account is configured for.
FYI - internally I always add an additional 5-percent to the customer purchased speed settings - thus 100 is actually 105. This allows a 100-Meg customer to use a speedtest on their computer and actually see and measure a little-bit just over 100-Meg. It makes customers happy when they can verify they are actually getting what they are paying for.


The #2 second non-public btest server has no customer rate-limiters. It is wide open. This btest server is capable of btesting at a full 10-Gig to my customers ( no bandwidth or time restrictions ).
I use this btest server to measure what the link to/from my remote customer Mikrotik-CPE is actually able to achieve in bandwidth. Example , if I have a 10-Meg remote wireless customer, I should be able to have the remote Mikrotik perform a btest to my #2 btest server and measure btest throughput speeds much faster than the customer account is actually configured for. So it is possible for a 10-Meg customer Mikrotik-CPE to btest measure speeds far greater than 100-Meg or even Gig speeds when btesting to this server.
By testing and measuring speeds far faster than what my customer accounts are actually configured for, I am able to verify the APs and backhauls are not taxed or saturated. If and when I see throughput tests that are equal or close to the customer purchased account speeds, then I know I need to perform some network upgrades to increase AP and network speeds.

If you operate a WISP/ISP network, something like this can help you know the throughput capabilities of your network - especially during you're most-busy peak hours of customer Internet usage.

North Idaho Tom Jones

Oooo - a un-related foot-note ... Sometime in the last week , this Mikrotik forum topic "Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)" reached two thirds of a million views. That's a lot of views and btesters.
 
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Thank you for your public btest server! I found it really useful. I tried a few tests (now it think my ip is blocked), from my RBD53GR-5HacD2HnD with external LTE mikrotik antenna MTAO-LTE-5D-SQ and 2 x 5meter coaxial cables from UK with EE mobile network, the maximum I could see was just over 32Mbps down and around 20Mbps up. My ping got timed out though. The link to the specific EE antenna tower is -44 dBm
 
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Excuse the double post, but after reading through this entire thread and employing some of the scripts that have already been posted. I feel relatively safe putting this out here. Please don't make me regret it.

IP: 38.104.52.187
Username: btest
Password: btest

Please let me know if you guys are able to achieve 10 Gbps symmetrical connections

Hi i tried your public bandwidth test and here's my results :

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What BTest servers are available today?
I found some on this conversation: some respond to the ping, other do not, anyway I can not connect.
The router is configured as it comes out of the box... just changed the IP address to manage it in my LAN
 
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What BTest servers are available today?
I found some on this conversation: some respond to the ping, other do not, anyway I can not connect.
The router is configured as it comes out of the box... just changed the IP address to manage it in my LAN
I also cant connect to 23.162.144.120. cant ping it either.
 
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Wed Jun 09, 2021 11:10 pm

Yea - can't ping it.

I turned it off yesterday when I was having strange network problems.
I will turn it back on in a few minutes.

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I am trying to run this test against 23.162.144.120 (user\password btest) on a MikroTik R11e-LTE6.
The BTest server respond to the ping request, but the band test fails (can't connect is the message).
The MikroTik has just the local IP address configured and the LTE APN, of course... no other customizations.

Where am I wrong?
 
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Fri Jun 11, 2021 4:48 am

I am trying to run this test against 23.162.144.120 (user\password btest) on a MikroTik R11e-LTE6.
The BTest server respond to the ping request, but the band test fails (can't connect is the message).
The MikroTik has just the local IP address configured and the LTE APN, of course... no other customizations.

Where am I wrong?
If you you can't btest to my btest server over a period of several different days, then the problem is most likely a firewall config on your router or your ISP's router.

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Mon Jun 14, 2021 1:07 am

I left some tests running today which exceeded the 30 second timer. Would just like to apologise for any inconvenience caused.
 
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Mon Jun 14, 2021 3:43 pm

I left some tests running today which exceeded the 30 second timer. Would just like to apologise for any inconvenience caused.
:)

It's OK , the btest system will timeout and reset
 
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Thanks so much!
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Hi Tom,

Greetings from Ohio!
Since I used the btest for the first time (and Mikrotik), I accidentally ran the test more than a few times while trying to troubleshoot an issue in frustration and now it no longer works, possibly being banned at your end. Would you be able to unblock? I apologize for the inconvenience and Thank you.
 
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Hi Tom,

Greetings from Ohio!
Since I used the btest for the first time (and Mikrotik), I accidentally ran the test more than a few times while trying to troubleshoot an issue in frustration and now it no longer works, possibly being banned at your end. Would you be able to unblock? I apologize for the inconvenience and Thank you.
The btest server will auto unlock about 1-hour after an IP address is locked.
Try it now
 
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Sun Jul 04, 2021 10:43 am

As requested, here's my test from .au using an RB4011 on a 250 Mb connection. Thanks for making your server available.
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Mon Jul 05, 2021 8:58 am

I honestly run speed test to my Vultr hosted CHR instance (since I put maybe the equivalent of a T1 through it on a regular basis) or just run to the office where we have a similar setup.
With that - a note to all Mikrotik admins who btest to the 207.32.195.2 server , I am going to be testing the above changes tomorrow.
I will post a final config and then ask for user input on how well it is performing.
 
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Wed Jul 07, 2021 7:23 pm

" ... a note to all Mikrotik admins who btest to the 207.32.195.2 ... "
The 207.32.194.2 IP address is an old IP address for the btest server I manage.

The correct and updated IP addresses to this btest server are as follows:

IPv4: 23.162.144.120
IPv6: 2605:6340:0:1b::4

btest username: btest
btest password: btest

North Idaho Tom Jones
 
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Wed Jul 07, 2021 8:36 pm

Excuse the double post, but after reading through this entire thread and employing some of the scripts that have already been posted. I feel relatively safe putting this out here. Please don't make me regret it.

IP: 38.104.52.187
Username: btest
Password: btest

Please let me know if you guys are able to achieve 10 Gbps symmetrical connections
Excellent. Thanks, Garrison. I'm getting more than advertised and matches other tests. Optimum in NW, NJ

Hats off to you!
 
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Thu Jul 08, 2021 12:14 am

Hi, just wanted to share some results from argentina. I tested both the 23.x server and the 38.x server. On both, I am getting 650-700 Mbps. This is for download UDP tests. For the 23.x server, I wasn't able to test TCP performance while on the 38.x server, TCP seemed stuck at around 20Mbps (when testing with a single connection or the default 20 simultaneous connections)

Thanks everyone for maintaining these speedtest servers!!! they are a godsend!!
 
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Mon Jul 26, 2021 8:30 pm

btest notice:

This morning, I moved the public btest server to another VmWare ESXi server.
This is a Mikrotik ROS x86 router ( dedicated for remote btest tests ).
This was running on a VmWare ESXi 6.7.0 hypervisor and was just-now moved to a VmWare ESXi 7.0 hypervisor.

I think the Mikrotik ROS x86 license was properly moved with the ROS x86 btest server to the new physical VmWare ESXi hypervisor.
If you suddenly encounter some seriously slow btest throughput results , please let me know so that I can check & verify the ROS x86 license is correct.
FYI - it is supposed to be --> Level: P10 license


IPv4: 23.162.144.120
IPv6: 2605:6340:0:1b::4

btest username: btest
btest password: btest

Note; To use this Mikrotik public access btest server , you agree to the following terms and conditions:
#1 - You will not use or create any automatic btest scripts on a timed schedule to automatically perform btest(s) to this btest server.
#2 - You will not run extended btest(s) to this btest server which last longer than 30 seconds.
#3 - The use of this btest server is only permitted to perform brief 30-second btest(s).
#4 - You will never use this btest server to create a degrading bandwidth sustained load on your up-stream Internet provider.
#5 - You agree that I ( the owner/operator ) of this btest server may post your remote btest IP address(s) you used to test to my btest server.
#6 - All btest(s) you perform to this btest server will always be performed using a hands-on procedure without the use of any automated scripts.
#7 - You will never attempt a "dude" connection to this btest server.
#8 - You may perform up to 4 ( four ) btest(s) in a 24-hour period
#9 - You will pause a minimum of 5-minutes between btest(s)
#10 - Failure to follow the above listed requirements may result in actions on my part to permanently ban/block your IP addresses from my networks and this btest server.
#11 - I ask ( not required ) , that you post in this Mikrotik forum what country/city your are located in and your btest throughput results.
#12 - You understand these terms and conditions and you understand the purpose of this btest server is to assist all Mikrotik admins in determining the status/throughput capabilities of the networks they manage.
**** This btest server has the capabilities to perform brief btest(s) up to 4-Gig throughput


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Fri Jul 30, 2021 3:21 pm

To use this Mikrotik public access btest server , you agree to the following terms and conditions:
#1 - You will not use or create any automatic btest scripts on a timed schedule to automatically perform btest(s) to this btest server.
#2 - You will not run extended btest(s) to this btest server which last longer than 30 seconds.
Thanks.
 
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Sat Aug 07, 2021 9:02 pm

I'm unable to connect to your public server IP 23.162.144.120 using either TCP or UDP. I am using username\password: btest. I simply get the error "cant connect". Do I need to make exceptions in my fire wall for this to work?

Thanks!
 
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Mon Aug 09, 2021 6:23 pm

Sorry bout that...
I had a network melt-down late last week. I powered-off the btest server during the melt-down.
It is back up and on-line now.

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Mon Aug 09, 2021 6:57 pm

Thanks Tom. Funny enough, I needed to use it because I had a power failure last week and after everything was back up and running, I had some network strangeness that I wanted to diagnose using the btest server. Turns out it was a Docker container for my DNS service that I neglected to set to auto-restart. Sigh. Anyway, thanks for the response and for providing this excellent service.

Cheers.
 
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Mon Aug 09, 2021 7:32 pm

I'm a big fan of complex networks - however ...
I always prefer lots of small, fast easy-to-understand components in the network instead of large do-everything components.
With large do-everything servers, when something fails , then everything fails , which often results in lots of time trying to find out what part of the do-everything server is broken.
With small specialized network components, a server failure is localized to a specific function and any problems are usually is easy to locate and fix.

Sooo, the next time, somebody says , hey lets get a single server that's a switch & router & firewall and everything , I'm going go @#$@#! on somebody.
 
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Mon Aug 09, 2021 8:54 pm

With large do-everything servers, when something fails , then everything fails , which often results in lots of time trying to find out what part of the do-everything server is broken.
With small specialized network components, a server failure is localized to a specific function and any problems are usually is easy to locate and fix.
Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh :-o

Finally another Enlightened person... :-D

It is my daily battle with customers who prefer savings over efficiency...
 
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Thu Aug 12, 2021 10:42 am

As requested, here's my test from New Zealand using an RB4011 on a 4000Mb connection. Thanks for making your server available.
The first traffic was bi-directional TCP and the second was bi-directional UDP
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Fri Aug 13, 2021 7:55 am

jedan71

yowzers !
nice bandwidth


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Tue Aug 17, 2021 10:19 pm

@North Idaho Tom Jones Many thanks!
2/4/8gb connections are a fairly new product here in NZ for SME and home user market and far and few have got them yet. That's why I looked for a btest server that could give me some figures. You are a legend for offering your server.

I did like the idea of the community globally coming together to offer what they can and with general rules and guidance, people all over the planet can register btest server/client service that would be closer to their geo-location. We can only dream....
 
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Wed Aug 18, 2021 10:13 am

just taken the gamble and gone to testing stream 6.49beta54 as it had fixes for GPON which my product is meant to be, on my RB4011, not bad for Wellington NZ.
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Wed Aug 18, 2021 7:49 pm

jedan71

You mention GPON

I would like to ask what are your plans with GPON and Mikrotik ?
Are you planning on inserting a SFP GPON module into a Mikrotik with the intention of using the Mikrotik ( with SFP GPON module ) as a remote ONT ( remote client GPON device ) ?
Or - are you planning to use the Mikrotik as a firewall/NAT device behind a 3'rd party ONT ?

Are you currently running btest's ( to/from my btest server ) using a Mikrotik that is behind an ONT or from a Mikrotik that is acting like as a ONT with a SFP GPON module installed ?

We do fiber-to-the-home ( GPON ) , and I have been searching for reliable methods and parts to make a Mikrotik function as an ONT.

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Thu Aug 19, 2021 1:07 am

Hi, I just enabled a bandwidth test over a 1gbps ftth line

Check it and tell me if something is nor working.
Location: Spain
IP: 85.57.168.156
User: btest
Pass: btest

Max. connections: 100
 
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Thu Aug 19, 2021 4:05 am

Hi, I just enabled a bandwidth test over a 1gbps ftth line

Check it and tell me if something is nor working.
Location: Spain
IP: 85.57.168.156
User: btest
Pass: btest

Max. connections: 100
I ran some btest's from my 23.162.144.120 public btest server to your 85.57.168.156 server.
I was unable to do a udp send. I am guessing it's likely a firewall config/setting at or near your location.

North Idaho Tom Jones
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I ran some btest's from my 23.162.144.120 public btest server to your 85.57.168.156 server.
I was unable to do a udp send. I am guessing it's likely a firewall config/setting at or near your location.
I moved the btest fw rules at the top of the firewall. Please check it again.
 
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Mon Aug 23, 2021 8:04 pm

Monday 8/23/2021
I updated the public access btest server I maintain from CHR ROS version 6.48.3 to 6.48.4

If you experience any issues/problems with the newer CHR ROS version 6.48.4 version now running on this btest server , please let me/us know.

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Tue Aug 24, 2021 6:39 am

Thanks for the service. I've been trying to figure out why my RB4011 is slow in a router on a stick configuration and the test servers posted here have been super helpful (still haven't figured out the issue though). Here are my results from Comcast's 1.2 gig plan in Illinois. I'll Test TCP once the server lets me back on.

Edit: Added TCP results
MikroTik] /tool> bandwidth-test address=23.162.144.120 duration=30 direction=both user=btest password=btest
                    ;;; results can be limited by cpu, note that traffic generation/termination performance 
                        might not be representative of forwarding performance
                status: done testing
              duration: 31s
            tx-current: 43.2Mbps
  tx-10-second-average: 43.2Mbps
      tx-total-average: 42.7Mbps
            rx-current: 1371.3Mbps
  rx-10-second-average: 1401.1Mbps
      rx-total-average: 1398.5Mbps
          lost-packets: 21277
           random-data: no
             direction: both
               tx-size: 1500
               rx-size: 1500
      connection-count: 20
        local-cpu-load: 18%
       remote-cpu-load: 84%

MikroTik] /tool> bandwidth-test address=23.162.144.120 duration=30 direction=both user=btest password=btest protocol=tcp 
                status: done testing
              duration: 31s
            tx-current: 16.7Mbps
  tx-10-second-average: 17.9Mbps
      tx-total-average: 27.1Mbps
            rx-current: 1047.2Mbps
  rx-10-second-average: 1020.0Mbps
      rx-total-average: 629.4Mbps
           random-data: no
             direction: both
      connection-count: 20
        local-cpu-load: 68%
       remote-cpu-load: 30%
 
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Wed Aug 25, 2021 9:13 am

Hi Tom, GPON technology version for fibre here in NZ is only limited to 3 cities and in certain areas only at the moment, with 2/4/8Gb offerings. I have the 4000 offerings.
My setup is a Nokia ONT in bridge mode with my Mikrotik RB4011 as an edge point with SFP+ eth. I did a greater throughput once I went to the pre-release FW 6.49beta54 from initial testing of 1.4/1.5 to 2.5+

status: done testing
duration: 20s
tx-current: 1341.1Mbps
tx-10-second-average: 1418.3Mbps
tx-total-average: 1911.7Mbps
rx-current: 2.9Gbps
rx-10-second-average: 3.0Gbps
rx-total-average: 2.2Gbps
lost-packets: 33455
direction: both
local-cpu-load: 100%
remote-cpu-load: 100%

Thanks
 
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>> /tool bandwidth-test address=23.162.144.120 duration=30 dir
ection=both user=btest password=btest
status: done testing
duration: 30s
tx-current: 975.2Mbps
tx-10-second-average: 970.4Mbps
tx-total-average: 956.3Mbps
rx-current: 967.1Mbps
rx-10-second-average: 962.5Mbps
rx-total-average: 948.1Mbps
lost-packets: 9048
random-data: no
direction: both
tx-size: 1500
rx-size: 1500
connection-count: 20
local-cpu-load: 54%
remote-cpu-load: 66%
 
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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Tue Sep 14, 2021 2:04 pm

How can I limit the bandwidth for the bt server? When I'm playing online games and somebody does a speed test it kills my connection.
 
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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Wed Sep 15, 2021 1:19 am

How can I limit the bandwidth for the bt server? When I'm playing online games and somebody does a speed test it kills my connection.
I am not sure I understand your question.

Are you asking how to limit bandwidth to the public access Mikrotik btest server I manage ?
- When you run a btest, there is an option to set the bandwidth
 
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Fri Sep 17, 2021 8:33 am

I really didn't want to do that, but I needed to run a continuous non-stop btest from a remote location since a client was trying to utilize the btest server.
 
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Sun Sep 19, 2021 5:22 pm

How can I limit the bandwidth for the bt server? When I'm playing online games and somebody does a speed test it kills my connection.
I am not sure I understand your question.

Are you asking how to limit bandwidth to the public access Mikrotik btest server I manage ?
- When you run a btest, there is an option to set the bandwidth
I want to limit the btest server to about 900Mbps to have a reservation of about 50Mbps for my permanent traffic, any qos-like way.

Another question is if I can limit the execution time for bandwidth tests to avoid people running tests for hours
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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Wed Sep 22, 2021 9:24 am

IP:161.35.238.193
/tool bandwidth-server set enabled=yes authenticate=no

Equipment location: U.S.-California-San Francisco-digitalocean-3 computer room
Estimated bandwidth: 2Gbps

I am considering using domain names to provide intelligent resolution for different devices
If you have any ideas please let me know
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Fri Oct 01, 2021 4:38 am

My home connection runs over an R11e-LTE6 installed in an RBLHGR. Got this while at least one person was watching netflix, possibly two. We live in Elkmont, AL and if it wasn't for the LTE connection we would be stuck with a 10Mbps down, 512k up dsl connection
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Sat Oct 02, 2021 8:18 am

From my new Frontier fiber at home in Glendora, Calif, USA (near Los Angeles) into a RB40111GS+
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RB4011iGS+, RB750Gr3, RB750r2, CRS326-24G-2S (in SwitchOS), CSS326-24G-2S, CSS106-5G-1S, RB260GS
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Mon Oct 04, 2021 9:12 pm

From my new Frontier fiber at home in Glendora, Calif, USA (near Los Angeles) into a RB40111GS+
In case you can't see the image, there is a link to it.
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Glendora CA - I used to live there in the early 80s. Still have some family there in Glendora.

You have a nice/fast Internet connection.
 
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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Thu Oct 07, 2021 11:42 pm

Heads up

I just now upgraded the btest server I manage
from: version 6.48.4
to: version 6.49

IPv4: 23.162.144.120
IPv6: 2605:6340:0:1b::4

btest username: btest
btest password: btest

Note; To use this Mikrotik public access btest server , you agree to the following terms and conditions:
#1 - You will not use or create any automatic btest scripts on a timed schedule to automatically perform btest(s) to this btest server.
#2 - You will not run extended btest(s) to this btest server which last longer than 30 seconds.
#3 - The use of this btest server is only permitted to perform brief 30-second btest(s).
#4 - You will never use this btest server to create a degrading bandwidth sustained load on your up-stream Internet provider.
#5 - You agree that I ( the owner/operator ) of this btest server may post your remote btest IP address(s) you used to test to my btest server.
#6 - All btest(s) you perform to this btest server will always be performed using a hands-on procedure without the use of any automated scripts.
#7 - You will never attempt a "dude" connection to this btest server.
#8 - You may perform up to 4 ( four ) btest(s) in a 24-hour period
#9 - You will pause a minimum of 5-minutes between btest(s)
#10 - Failure to follow the above listed requirements may result in actions on my part to permanently ban/block your IP addresses from my networks and this btest server.
#11 - I ask ( not required ) , that you post in this Mikrotik forum what country/city your are located in and your btest throughput results.
#12 - You understand these terms and conditions and you understand the purpose of this btest server is to assist all Mikrotik admins in determining the status/throughput capabilities of the networks they manage.
**** This btest server has the capabilities to perform brief btest(s) up to 4-Gig throughput


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Re: Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server(s)

Wed Oct 13, 2021 5:48 pm

Hi Tom.

This is the result from:

Country: Colombia.
City: Bogotá D.C.
ISP: Azteca Comunicaciones.
Resultado_23-162-144-120.JPG
Thanks for this amazing service!!
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Wed Oct 13, 2021 6:17 pm

Hi Tom.

This is the result from:

Country: Colombia.
City: Bogotá D.C.
ISP: Azteca Comunicaciones.

Resultado_23-162-144-120.JPG

Thanks for this amazing service!!
Hey - what ever you are doing - you are doing it well :)
Thanks for the post
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