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  1. Thanks for the feedback. I think I will just keep it simple and not be concerned about as everything works just fine. Just curious. You know what they say about the curious cat.
  2. Notice the difference in MSS, MTU and TCP Window with Malwarebytes Privacy off and then with it turned on. My router and PC Network adapters MTU is set for 1500 by default. Does the fact that the servers Malwarebytes Privacy connect to have an MTU of 1420 affect the performance of the connection? Is there a reason your servers are using a different size MTU? Malwarebytes Privacy off: « SpeedGuide.net TCP Analyzer Results » Tested on: 2020.05.08 08:30 IP address: 173.81.xxx.xx Client OS/browser: Windows 10 (Internet Explorer 11.0) TCP options string: 020405b40303090402000000 MSS: 1460 MTU: 1500 TCP Window: 524288 (not multiple of MSS) RWIN Scaling: 9 bits (2^9=512) Unscaled RWIN : 1024 Recommended RWINs: 64240, 128480, 256960, 513920, 1027840 BDP limit (200ms): 20972kbps (2621KBytes/s) BDP limit (500ms): 8389kbps (1049KBytes/s) MTU Discovery: ON TTL: 52 Timestamps: OFF SACKs: ON IP ToS: 00000000 (0) Malwarebytes Privacy on: « SpeedGuide.net TCP Analyzer Results » Tested on: 2020.05.08 08:32 IP address: 86.106.xxx.xxx Client OS/browser: Windows 10 (Internet Explorer 11.0) TCP options string: 020405640103030801010402 MSS: 1380 MTU: 1420 MTU is not fully optimized for broadband. Consider increasing your MTU to 1500 for better throughput. If you are using a router, it could be limiting your MTU regardless of Registry settings. TCP Window: 262144 (not multiple of MSS) RWIN Scaling: 8 bits (2^8=256) Unscaled RWIN : 1024 Recommended RWINs: 63480, 126960, 253920, 507840, 1015680 BDP limit (200ms): 10486kbps (1311KBytes/s) BDP limit (500ms): 4194kbps (524KBytes/s) MTU Discovery: ON TTL: 52 Timestamps: OFF SACKs: ON IP ToS: 00000000 (0)
  3. See the thread I started, "Number of servers". I just ran a speed test after reading your post and my speed today with VPN on was about the same as with it off. I have 200/20 service and the speed test I just ran was 193/20. If you have a slow connection over the VPN, try disconnecting to the server and re-connecting. That was suggested to me by one of the staff. I find it does help.
  4. gatortail, thanks for the reply.
  5. New update this afternoon. What's new?
  6. Agreed, I must admit, I think the service is improving and looks promising so far.
  7. Ran AT&T Speed test just now with Malwarebytes and VPN turned on. Impressive results. Just confused about all the variation in speeds. Without VPN on I always have 200+Mbs speeds. Can't complain when your VPN is working as well as it is right now. You guys just continue tweaking it so it is stable and I will be a happy camper! Malwarebytes and VPN on. 1:58PM today. Download Speed 201.9 Mbps (25237.5 KB/sec transfer rate) Upload Speed 20.73 Mbps (2591.3 KB/sec transfer rate) Latency 19 ms
  8. Wow dismal performance today, with and without Malwarebytes running. Same AT&T test site. Oolka and Fast.com giving similar results. Yesterday: Vpn on New York, NY Download Speed 183.5 Mbps (22937.5 KB/sec transfer rate) Upload Speed 20.71 Mbps (2588.8 KB/sec transfer rate) Latency 19 ms Today: Vpn on New York, NY Download Speed 48.2 Mbps (6025 KB/sec transfer rate) Upload Speed 21.58 Mbps (2697.5 KB/sec transfer rate) Latency 21 ms
  9. nikhils Will this improve the speed with Malwarebytes turned on again, reference my post above. Thanks
  10. I started a topic about an hour ago "Servers Down?" because I could not connect to many of the servers. The response was that MB staff are aware of this and are working on the issue. The person said to turn off Malware Bytes for now, which I did. I was able to connect to the servers again, but the amazing fact was that my internet speed with the VPN on was almost back up to my actual plan speed. 200/20 Here are the results with Malware Bytes on and VPN on as reported above Vpn on New York, NY Your Test Results (Tested on 4/25/2020, 12:41:15 PM) Download Speed 57.6 Mbps (7200 KB/sec transfer rate) Upload Speed 20.72 Mbps (2590 KB/sec transfer rate) Latency 49 ms Here are the results with Malware Bytes shut down and VPN on. Vpn on New York, NY Download Speed 183.5 Mbps (22937.5 KB/sec transfer rate) Upload Speed 20.71 Mbps (2588.8 KB/sec transfer rate) Latency 19 ms Wow, what an improvement!!! MB Staff should look into this.
  11. True, more information would be helpful. I signed up for this service due to the fact that I have 60 days to test it out or get a refund. Time will tell.
  12. Seems that my speed is a little better with Malwarebytes shut off.
  13. I Disable Malwarebytes Real Time protection and am now able to connect to the other servers. Hope this gets fixed soon.
  14. I am able to connect to Piscataway, NJ, Miami FL and Los Angeles, CA. New York, Chicago, Salt Lake City, Denver, Dallas, and Seattle will not connect though
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