Yes, the Speakeasy one is actually the test I used. It reported the same
results in each direction, and I did have the traffic shaping off.
> Having worked with DSL for many years I can tell you ADSL technology
> doesn't do any sort of auto-adjusting. However some providers offer SDSL
> that is essentially a T-1 in that the upload and download speeds are the
> same, at some cost in overhead to the provider as they cannot
> over-subscribe the lines as they do on ADSL. I agree with Jeff here, it
> sounds like your upload is most likely slower than your download and you
> probably getting a lot backed up in your queues as a result. One easy
> way to tell is to go to a speed test site, I use speakeasy as they have
> DS3 connections on most of these testing links.
> http://www.speakeasy.net/speedtest/, just pick the location closest to
> you and it will tell you within 5-10% what your upload and download
> rates are.
> Oh, and when you do the speedtest you'll want to turn off your traffic
> Aaron Clint
> amclint at webmystyle dot com