Ok so I have done the various DSL reports tests and they all come back fine. However I have made a complete comparison.
Sorry about that... answered below.
1. A Tweaks test from this page. Simply post the tests URL. Please make yourself pingable.
Mac PC: http://ttester.broadbandreports.com/...Mac&via=normal
2. The closest of 2 speed tests from the Speakeasy Test Sites page. Please note the URLs of both result pages for us.
Download Speed: 2057 kbps (257.1 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 234 kbps (29.3 KB/sec transfer rate)
San Francisco Results:
Download Speed: 2007 kbps (250.9 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 230 kbps (28.8 KB/sec transfer rate)
Download Speed: 3863 kbps (482.9 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 337 kbps (42.1 KB/sec transfer rate)
San Francisco Results:
Download Speed: 4120 kbps (515 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 336 kbps (42 KB/sec transfer rate)
3. A Line Quality test from here. Please copy & post the URL in the red box! This could take a while, so you might run this first. If it's too backed up, do it later, if requested.
4. What type of Internet connection you have (DSL, Cable, Wireless, Satellite), who your ISP (Internet service provider) is and the make, model and type of your modem.
Motorola SB4100 Cable Modem
5. If DSL, do you use PPPoE connection software? (Do you have to connect to the Internet?).
6. If PPPoE, which one? WinPoet, Enternet, RASPPPoE, WinXP Native, etc.?
7. Which operating system you use? Windows 98/98SE/ME/2K/XP, etc.
Mac PC: Mac OS X 10.4.1
Windows PC: Windows XP SP2
8. What your advertised speeds are (ask your ISP).
4mbit down / 384kbit up from Comcast
9. If your PC is on a network, and/or using ICS (Internet Connection Sharing) or VPN.
Computer is on a network.
Windows PC is plugged into Port 1 on the router
Mac PC is plugged into Port 2 on the router OR connected via wireless connection.
10. If you use a NAT router (Linksys, Netgear, etc.) for sharing your connection and if so, the brand and model of your router.
Linksys WRT54G, firmware 3.03.6
11. How far you are (if using DSL) from the CO (Central Office). Keep in mind that further than 10,000 feet can significantly degrade speeds. Click here to find your distance, or simply ask your ISP.
Mac results on the Speakeasy speed test page: