How to test speed of my network

If you're on Centos, you can just type below via ssh

wget -O - -o /dev/null|bash

If not, speed depends on network speed at the other end, and also the distance between the 2, the furthest away the 2 locations, the slower speed you'll get

Download 100MB file from cachefly: wget -O /dev/null

Download 100MB file from Seattle: wget -O /dev/null

Download 100MB file from Dallas : wget -O /dev/null

Download 100MB file from San Jose: wget -O /dev/null

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