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Old 03-08-2003, 09:54 AM   #1
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How much bandwidth could a T1 line take would you say?
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How much bandwidth could a T1 line take would you say?
What OS?
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Thats irrelavent.
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XP can take more internet bandwidth then other windows
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What about Linux?
Anyway, I am talking about a T1 internet connection
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300Gb to 400Gb I think
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a T1 connection is 1.544Mbps, thats 0.193MB/s or 694.8MB/h (about 488.5GB/mo).
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Old 09-28-2003, 05:42 PM   #8
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Thanks.
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T1 is used for piping load of info thru. but it's not really any faster than a standard dsl connection, ( unless of course you are using it for 1-2 systems)
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It would only be the upstream that I would be concerned about to host this site.
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