I guess I expected better download speed

gotuser32megotuser32me New or Quiet Member
I am rather miffed by the turtle slow downloading of a trial for a future (maybe now) deployment small but its mine- I have a solid 1 gig connection and 1000 to 1400KBs is not what I expected:mad:

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  • smfloodsmflood Knowledge Partner
    On 28/07/18 12:04, gotuser32me wrote:

    > I am rather miffed by the turtle slow downloading of a trial for a
    > future (maybe now) deployment small but its mine- I have a solid 1 gig
    > connection and 1000 to 1400KBs is not what I expected:mad:


    It might help if you could let us know what you were downloading i.e.
    the download page(s) and/or filename(s).

    Whilst I'm on a UK academic connection I can't say that I've noticed any
    slowdown with my downloads from SUSE.

    Have you tried grabbing the file(s) at another time to see if it's
    related to time of day or a (perhaps smaller) different file to see if
    it's related to the particular download?

    HTH.
    --
    Simon
    SUSE Knowledge Partner

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