I have gigabit symmetrical at home. Why am I only able to download files from it at around 60mbps from outside of my home network?

It's a single, large file, and my connection (from outside the home) is around 200mbps. The file also isn't going through any proxy or the like - just continuous bytes.

Can someone explain this?

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It will do this... creep up and up to around 80mbps, drop, and then crawl up again.

What is this behavior? Normal for home networks?

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