PathTest from Munich


As promise, through out my “Impulsive Travelling 2012: Spain & Germany”, I have been  running a session of PathTest whenever I have WIFI connection.   Please remember to follow this blog if you are interested to see the geek side of my latest trip =)

This is my last day of travel in Germany.  Currently staying in a hotel in Munich that’s very close to the train station.

The internet in this hotel connection feels smooth.  I am continuously using my laptop, iPad and iPhone and not notice any issue.  Here is the PathTest result.

PathTest (TM) v.4.6.0 build 4639
Copyright (c) 2011, AppNeta Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Testing to ...
Test Settings:
 Protocol: ICMP
 Direction: bidirectional (outbound and inbound simultaneously)
 Duration: 5 seconds
 Socket buffer: 373760 bytes (365K)
 Local IP:
 Remote IP:
 Default RX buffer: 8 KB
 Actual RX buffer: 365 KB
 Default TX buffer: 8 KB
 Actual TX buffer: 365 KB
 MTU: 1500
 7.854 MBytes -->------>------>------>------>------>------>------>------>
 5236 packets                                                           |
 5.266301 seconds                                                       |
 Total = 22.201 Mbps | Each way = 11.100 Mbps                           |
 Received                                                               V
 7.854 MBytes <------<------<------<------<------<------<------<------<--
 5236 packets
 5.660324 seconds
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view from my room

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