Internet Speed Test




About Internet Speed Test Tools


Open our internet speed test tool and click on the ''Go" button. Our internet speed test tool will automatically test your real-time internet speed and track your isp(Internet Service Provider). Our internet speed test tool will show you how fast your upload and download speeds are. Performing speed tests is easy with Webcods, and the records of each test you perform will be stored on our database so you can review them all later. The speed test will not work properly when you are using a VPN connection. Try disconnecting from the VPN and running the test again. Make sure no other people are using the internet in your home or business when you are testing your internet speed, as others using your internet connection can affect your results. To get an accurate result of the internet speeds in your home or business, we recommend testing your speed at different times.

How did Internet Speed Test Tools work?


Our Internet Speed Test tool operates over TCP testing using open standards, including HTML5, JavaScript and WebSockets. Our Internet Speed Test tool measures download speed, upload speed, ping (latency), and jitter. The user interface of our internet speed test tool is hosted by OOKLA. The front end cannot be hosted within our server at this time. We can test your internet speed through Speedtest Server Network and show you the results by iframe method.

The servers calculate the real-time speed of the transfers then adjust the chunk size and buffer size based on this calculation to maximize usage of the network connection. During the first half of the test, the servers will establish extra connections to the speed test server if it determines additional threads are required to more accurately measure the upload and download speed. The test ends once the configured amount of time has been reached.

This test is performed by measuring the time it takes for the server to reply to a request from the user's client. The client sends a message to the server. Upon receiving that message, the server sends a reply back. The round-trip time is measured in ms (milliseconds).