Internet Connection Speed Test for VoIP

For VoIP to work correctly, you must have a strong and consistent Internet connection.

The quality of VoIP calls depends on the speed of your internet connection. The faster your Internet connection is, the better your calls will sound.

Our speed test is currently undergoing maintenance. In the meantime, please use the VoIP Reseller HTML5 speed test.

Our internet speed test is specially designed to test your system for VoIP phone calls. It checks your Internet connection's quality and speed and provides you with an easy-to-understand report afterward. You can also submit your test to a testing company to further diagnose any problems you may detect with your Internet connection.

The purpose of this speed test is to analyze an Internet connection and check the packet loss, buffer bloat, download speed, jitter, upload speed and latency. Once the test has finished running, the results will reveal what the tested Internet connection can handle.

The result will also contain additional information about the tested connection. Since this is an HTML5 speed test, it doesn’t require Java or Flash, and it’s compatible with virtually all devices, which includes smartphones, tablets and desktop computers. By pressing the start button, users can begin the test.

How the HTML5 Speed Test Works
Once the speed test has been activated, it will analyze the user’s Internet connection. It will test the base speed of the connection and examine several additional factors. Some of the extra factors that it examines are packet loss, jitter, ping, buffer bloat, download speed and upload speed.

The purpose of the test is to give users or voip reseller an idea concerning what types of services are supported by their Internet connection. The test will check an Internet connection and determine if it’s suitable for gaming, YouTube, live video streaming, and VoIP. It will also test the connection for compatibility with a number of other services.

Many other Internet connection tests require the user to have Java or Flash, but this test doesn’t have these requirements. Since it uses HTML5, the test offers greater compatibility than many of the alternatives because HTML5 is universally compatible with most devices.

Check a Connection for VoIP Compatibility
Many users want to know if their Internet connection can handle VoIP services. To find the answer to this question, they need to run the test and check the speed of their Internet connection. If the user receives a good result, then the connection should be able to handle VoIP services. If the user receives a poor result, then there are several steps to take.

Download Speed

Download Speed: how fast your broadband connection delivers content to your computer. In other words, the max amount of info your computer can receive from the Internet in a second. This speed is measured in Megabits per second (Mbps).


 Upload Speed

Upload Speed: the opposite of download speed, this tracks the maximum amount of information that your computer can send to the Internet. This is also measured in Mbps.

Latency

Latency: how long it takes a packet of data to complete a round trip between two points. High latency will be noticed on voice calls through delays in conversation and periods of silence. In addition, web pages may load more slowly.

Jitter

Jitter: variation over time of latency across the network. High jitter values may cause voice packets to be delivered out of order, which can result in echo or talk-over effects.
For business users, you should have enough downstream capacity to accommodate office needs. VoIP calls.

With this Speed Test you get information of Download, Upload, Ping, Jitter

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With this Speed Test you get information of Download, Upload, Latency, Jitter

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What to Do After Receiving a Poor Result
First, the user should check to see how many devices are connected to their network. If several devices are connected, each device must compete harder for bandwidth. This problem is called network congestion, and it’s a problem that many networks have. A better result can be obtained when there are fewer devices connected to the network.
The second step involves checking the wiring. Old wiring and loose connection can cause the HTML5 speed test to produce a poor result.
The third step consists of updating hardware. If a network is running on outdated routers or modems, it can significantly reduce the connection speed and cause the test to produce a poor result.

The purpose of this test is to give the user detailed results. Every user should know the frequency of data packets, quality of connection and speed of their Internet connection. The test is set up to help users understand how their Internet connection functions. It’s also designed to tell users if their connection can handle VoIP services.

The Characteristics of a Quality Connection
It’s very important for users to understand the results of the speed test. It’s the only way to know if their Internet connection can handle VoIP services. The results from the HTML5 speed test are based on how data flows through a user’s Internet connection. The flow of data is especially important when a user is considering getting a VoIP service.

Since a VoIP service relies exclusively on the user’s Internet connection, it’s very important for the connection to be solid. The VoIP service uses the connection to receive, compile, transfer and send data packets, which are converted into usable audio. Users need to decide what type of VoIP solution they need.

You can find more information in voip-info.org