For a more accurate measurement, we recommend that you close or turn off all apps and apps on the device you’re using to test. Note that wired connection measurement is more accurate and stable than wi-fi or mobile.
The device (or computer) on which the measurement is being performed must be connected directly to the network cable (UTP) to one of the modem’s network outputs (Ethernet LAN).
Only the computer on which the measurement is performed can be connected to the modem at the time of measurement. All other devices connected by cable or wireless must be turned off or disconnected. This includes any TV communicators.
It is recommended that you temporarily turn off the wireless network on the modem and the computer on which you are performing the measurement.
No other application or service must be running on the computer on which you are measuring the measurement (it is recommended that you also turn off the firewall and antivirus program).
The opposite of the download is the upload. You do not download files from the Internet, but upload your content to the Internet yourself. For example, an upload might be uploading a video to Youtube. Now you know what internet download speed is.
You usually start the download by clicking on the corresponding link, whereupon a window opens in the browser. After confirmation of the download, the desired program will be downloaded. During the upload, you make files available to other users, so uploading content is a mandatory requirement for a later download of a file.