Download speed for Comodo websites.

There were complaints about our sites being slow.
we fixed it.
can you pls check to see if the download speeds are good or not and let us know.


Before I would get between 100KB/s and 300 KB/s, now I started at 280KB/s, it quickly went to 600KB/s, dipped down to 400KB/s for some seconds then went up to 800KB/s and then went down and laid steadily at 690-720KB/s.

And yes I mean bytes not bits.

However I think I’m getting a faster browsing experience on the website too, might be placebo since I started thinking about it but from my memory it would take some time for the website to load before and it loaded some objects and then some more, now it’s pretty much instant. But again might be placebo since I compared it to my memory.

Edit: Was this why the website was down for a little while today?

It seems to be much faster now. Thank you. But can’t really judge it now due to Sat night. My internet is a bit slow now.

As noted here, I had some problems with the Comodo website. This kind of messages happened at least the last 3 days.

Not quite sure whether it’s just a temporary server issue. Please check this out.

We had a big spike in traffic today, due to the Dragon release. Love to hear some feedback, on download performance.


I downloaded the latest CIS for testing. It peaked up to 4100 kB/s when using the wireless of my netbook. For the part of the download that I watched in the download manager speed was most of the time over 3500 kB/s That’s pretty much as fast as my wireless gets at peak performance.

I may try later from my desktop which has a wired connection to the router. I have a 100/100 Mb/s fiber optic connection that I share.

I would say things are fixed or improved beyound what I can measure using my netbook’s wifi.

I’m getting around 1.6 MB/s which is not far off the maximum download speed for my connection. It’s much better now than it has been recently :-TU All you need to do now is re-enable IPv6 across the domain :wink:

Something else that needs addressing:

$ dig -x

; <<>> DiG 9.9.2-P1 <<>> -x
;; global options: +cmd
;; Got answer:
;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, status: NOERROR, id: 40826
;; flags: qr rd ra; QUERY: 1, ANSWER: 1, AUTHORITY: 4, ADDITIONAL: 5

; EDNS: version: 0, flags:; udp: 4096


;; AUTHORITY SECTION: 86400 IN NS 86400 IN NS 86400 IN NS 86400 IN NS

;; ADDITIONAL SECTION: 136921 IN A 136921 IN A 136921 IN A 136921 IN A