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    i agree, u can never have enough bandwidth, when i uncaped my cable and had 45mbit (oc49 node with about 14 users) i was uploading and downloading about 5 -50 gigs in a day !! yea most of it was warez, but not everyone is rich and can afford evereything and the lack of playable demo's is my reason, wait till the new electrical internet comes out (where u use ur electrical wires for internet connection instead of phone or cable) its rated at 1gbps-10gbps instead of 1mbps..thats what...1000x-10000x the current speed...

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    Do you have a link for this self called electrical cable thing, where is your source?
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    Dude, they already have gigabit connections. What do you think huge webservers like Microsoft's run?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZEROKOOL
    wait till the new electrical internet comes out (where u use ur electrical wires for internet connection instead of phone or cable) its rated at 1gbps-10gbps instead of 1mbps..thats what...1000x-10000x the current speed...
    those speeds are related to fiber optic lines, not power lines. Fiber optic is already in place in many places, it's just too expensive atm to be widely available.

    I'm willing to bet that in 10 years, most our data (phone, TV, internet,...) will be on fiber :D

    but if you've got an article somewhere talking about using existing power lines for the Net, I'd love to read it

    :cheers:
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    See fiber optic, i understand, yep that stuff expensive :(, doubt the public will beable to afford that. *bleh
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    actualy, as a licenses CCNa i think ur wrong, fiber is way to finniky of a connection and way to bloody expensive! u can get same speed out fo copper, (anyone herd of cat6?) that was the first spec for gbit copper. fiber is just very versitile but it has same potential as coaxle(i ran a few 10Gbit coaxle links between risers) its hard to say, it might prices of fiber came down, but thats on the pre-made sector, when u run fiber in a city street, u need to 'finish' each end with a connetor and run extra lines, witch raises the price, since u cant 'splice' into a fiber connection.

    here are a few links on electrical internet,http://www.europemedia.net/shownews.asp?ArticleID=8597
    http://www.internetnews.com/xSP/article.php/1581841
    http://www.newsfactor.com/perl/story/8431.html
    they all basicly say the same thing.
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    Soulburner,

    You say you are running a 50kbps line right now? ? ?

    You mind saying who your isp is, your state, and your modem with model #.

    I am not calling you out. Although I was a tech for quite a while and now do consulting with a few firms.
    50k lines are not unheard of.....but

    You also stated that was upload?

    Chez

    PS Capping is not done at the ISP servers. It is done within the ATM cloud and redback routers. Which typically handle 5-8000 users.

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