Test your internet connection

Dear Residents,


If you wish to check your internet connection kindly go to


Speedtest.net is a broadband speed analysis tool that allows anyone to test their Internet connection. Ookla provides this service for free to anyone curious about the performance of their connection to and from hundreds of locations around the world. Whether you test just for fun or you really need to certify and validate the true speed of your Internet connectivity, Speedtest.net is the place to be. You can view all of your historical results, share them easily, and even compare them to others in your immediate area or around the globe.

1click at the “Kuala Lumpur Icon”

2wait for few seconds

4speedtest will display the result

  • Your Download Speed
  • Your Upload Speed

Its should be good to check whether your connection is value with the money you pay to streamyx, wimax and any broadband provider.


Comments and IP Address


Dear valued owners,

The JMC wishes to thank all the commentators for making the facebook and the blog a very successful one. You comments have brought about many improvements to PV10. Keep it up and please continue to provide us with your constructive comments.

A note worth mentioning is that you have all moderated yourselves when you make those comments. Remember, no politic, no racial issues and no religious issues in the facebook or the blog.

The reason we change to wordpress is to validate all comments as when comments are made you left behind an IP address. (click here to read more). You can have a few numbers of email address and nickname but at the end only one IP address which you register with streamyx, wimax and other telco provider.

 JMC never moderate comments at WordPress or Facebook as we deem in solving problems and owners who volunteiry want their place to be a better place.

We upload few screenshot as admin and for those who follow this blog are free to  analyze and up to you also to make assumption. We rest our comments.



Thank You


What is an IP address?

Every device connected to the public Internet is assigned a unique number known as an Internet Protocol (IP) address. IP addresses consist of four numbers separated by periods (also called a ‘dotted-quad’) and look something like

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