I am running Apache Web Server. I have 384 kbps upload (tested at pcpitstop.com).
When I ftp to the server, upload speeds are terrible!!
For a 692 KB picture, it takes about 20 minutes to upload.
My calculation is it should take (692*8)/384 =~ 15 seconds to upload.
Once the picture is up and I put it on a web page. When I browse to that web page
it takes the same picture about 10 minutes to download. At pcpitstop.com my download speed
is 2062 kbps.
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