Re: bandwidth dimensioning
2005/11/8, Marek Podmaka <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Hello Eduardo,
> look in pricelist of some ISP - for example ADSL providers. What is
> want is called aggregation. Some of them specify it in their
> pricelists. For example: 128kbit aggregation 1:20. It simply means
> that for 20 users, you have 128kbit bandwidth. Usual aggregations
> for ADSL are about 1:20 - 1:50 for cheap programs and up to 1:5 for
> more expensive ones.
> But I think it works only when you have many users. Like for every
> 1000 users of 128kbit, you have (1000/20)*128 bandwidth. It is very
> unlikely that all users will be using their whole 128kbit at the
> same time. And if for some time yes, aggregation is mentioned in
> pricelist, so they can't do anything about it.
i have approx 70 users with 256 kbit connected to 2 mbit.
Wojciech Ziniewicz | email@example.com
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