How Much Difference Does 100Mbps Make From 10Mbps Uplink

Oct 10, 2009

Is 100Mbps a lot better (10 times?) than 10Mbps uplink?

What does 100Mbps mean? 100M bits per second right? So 10M bytes per second, inclusive of both download and upload?

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Difference Between 10mbps & 100mbps Port

Jan 8, 2007

What is Difference between 10mbps & 100mbps port. Do you get high speed if your server is connected with 100mbps port?

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10Mbps Vs 100 Vs 1000 Uplink

Jul 6, 2007

What kind of difference will I see between my server having a 10 vs. 100 vs. 1000 Mbps Uplink?

If I had to choose between 1000Mbps Uplink w/ 3000GB/mo BW or 10Mbps Uplink Unmetered, what should I take into consideration?

What will the impact to the customer be speedwise?

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10mbps As Opposed To 100mbps

May 20, 2008

I was on the phone with tech support at a datacenter that hosts one of my servers and I asked him as I have all my servers beside this particular one on 100mbps connections about the noticable difference between the speeds as 10mbps is fast to begin with.

I was told that he, from personal experience, never noticed the difference between the two because any computer he accessed his sites/files from never had a connection itself of over 4mbps.

He then went on and said the only people that 100mbps would benefit are people who personally have a computer that has a speed of over 10mbps.

I'm gullable and he was very convincing but does anyone have a better explanation of noticable difference (from the client perspective) between the two speeds?

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Want Vps With 100mbps Uplink Port

Jun 19, 2008

i want vps with 100mbps uplink port

vps 1 gb or little i just use it for uploading

and i want it with uploading speed 100kb/s

can i get it?

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What Is The Different Between 10MBPS And 100MBPS Unmetered Port

Mar 30, 2009

need about 2000-3000 GB BW per month and i have two choice now :10MBPS unmetered port and 100MBPS unmetered port. I need BW for image hosting. What is the different between it? What is better for me?

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Aug 29, 2008

As a VPS customer, are you more likely to spend slightly more on a provider providing the same specs but Virtuozzo instead of HyperVM? Why or why not? I'd love to hear some people's opinions on the matter, as I know people are very divided as to whether Virtuozzo is better than HyperVM or not.

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Does The Geographical Location Of The Hosting Company Make Any Difference

Dec 5, 2007

if the physical location of the hosting company's server makes any difference to search engine rankings (especially Google)?

The reason I ask is that I have been running a successful site, targeted at potential customers in the USA. About a year ago, I moved to a different hosting company, which happened to be in Canada. At that point, my traffic dropped by about 50%.

I'm now thinking of moving the site back to a US-based host, but, before I do, I'd welcome your opinions on whether this would be worthwhile.

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Sep 21, 2009

i manage a little hosting business and looking for someone with PoP in telecity-2, Amsterdam, to get ip transit together

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Nov 4, 2008

Does anyone have a server with them and _10 mbps unmetered connection_? What do you think about the network performance?

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What Is 3300GB (10Mbps Unmetered)

Jun 24, 2008

I noticed a website which stated that the server's bandwidth is "3300GB (10Mbps unmetered)"

What does this mean? That at any point in time, I will be able to download data at 10Mbps from the server but that I am limited to a total bandwidth of 3300GB a month?

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Aug 8, 2008

Does anyone know a good place to get a really good cheap unmetered VPS 10mbps with a 20GB + HD?

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Uplink Port

May 23, 2009

I recently leased a server from

It was suppose to have 1000mbps/sec full-duplex!

Can someone tell me how to check if I have what I paid for?

I tried wget from my friend's server who is with leaseweb aswell. Did a 100MB download test and for

30.36MB/sec === is this 1GBps? Please can someone tell me another way to test?

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Uplink Costs

Aug 17, 2009

I'm not much of a co-location expert as we do not own our own equipment but a customer we help from time to time is asking me about this. They have a cabinet at theplanet and only a pair of redundant 100mbit uplinks coming into their cisco 2924 they rent from theplanet. Theplanet wants $350/mo along with $350 setup for a pair of redundant gigabit uplinks. Then another $225/mo for a Cisco Catalyst 2960G.

Does this at all seem reasonable to anyone? The switch can just be purchased so it's not that big of a deal. The uplink cost cannot be avoided though. If it's not reasonable obviously they can go back to their account manager to discuss it but I don't know what you'd expect to pay in Dallas for that.

Also before anyone suggests any other provider not an option. Last time they looked around theplanet was the only provider in dallas capable of handling the attacks. Others would just null route the IP's rather than trying to mitigate the attacks. So no point in making suggestions as it's been explored in the past.

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100 Mbps Uplink

Apr 14, 2008

100 Mbps Uplink

is that

if someone going to download a file from the server he is going to get 100mb speed?

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Port 10mbps Vs. 100m Shared

May 9, 2009

if there is a huge difference between 10M and 100M shared network ports?

I care the speed.

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Jul 12, 2008

What are the benefits of moving to faster uplink speeds? I'm considering upgrading from 10 to 100 Mbps. Does it only mean being able to send information faster or are response times improved as well?

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1000mbps Uplink Provider

Aug 22, 2008

Well i need for a week some provider who can setup a spare server/vps with 1000gps uplink , to maybe convince my college to get in contract and get better providers, instead of hosting the college site on our in-house machines. Since the loading speed of site is awful ! So am thinking of trying out for only a week the machine from that provider, and if am able to convince the department to maybe get into some contract with me (who in turn will be than using that provider for getting the server).

So if anyone around wht knows someone who has spare box for a week with 1000mbps uplink would be great.

Please note, no mysql is required, just simple apache, and no traffic, just 1 or 10 hits in the entire week.

I was told that there are some companies out there that provide universities free hosting, so if anyone is aware of such company do let me know please.

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IWeb 10Mbps Unmetered Dedicated. Any Good

Jul 2, 2008

Anyone have experience with this connection from iWeb?

From their website:


"At iWeb your unmetered port is not shared, if you buy a 10Mbps port,
you are guaranteed to be able to use 10Mbps whenever you need it!"

So I wonder what peaks can you expect from their 10Mbps network,
especially in US and Europe.

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10mbps Unmetered Budget Server I Seek

Jul 28, 2008

After the recent null route of my server ip by providers datacenter without asking no questions nor informing anyone from VD or myself. I am forced to seek a replacement for a 10 mbps unmetered server used for web proxies.

Suggest me good place which has good business ethics and atleast care to inform their customers of their actions.

no Burst net based resellers or anyone even remotely related to burst!

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Do A Lot Of Companies Throttle Your Uplink Port

Mar 1, 2008

Like for example, recently talked to liquidweb. They have a 100mbs uplink port on their servers, but they only let you use 30% of it. But you can upgrade at anytime. Is that normal for hosts to do that?

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How To Verify 100 MBPS Uplink Speed

Aug 14, 2007

I recently purchased a new Dedi server, and got 100 MBPS Uplink. Now, I'm uploading 16GB size of files into this server, and I have a suspicious feeling that this upload speed is not what they told me. For the very 1st day, I opened a ticket and they said that they upgraded it to 100 mbps. I saw this speed was faster immediately. On 2nd day, it went down to around same slow speed before. Since then, I kept opening a new ticket and they said it was done, or sometimes I am under DDos attack..? What? I don't even have the site up yet! How come there is DDos attack?

Anyway, today I was told that I'm getting billed for this 100 mbps uplink, because it's a new service. What a crazy thing going on here... I am so tired of this ticket game and just don't understand why they don't commit what they told me initially.

Can anyone please tell me how I can verify and prove that I am having this 100 MBPS Uplink speed? The only thing I can tell with my eyes is that I can see those FTP upload progress bar. When it's very fast to upload one file, I assume that I have right speed.

But is there any tool or command that I can execute on the server shell, and tell them what I get as a proof?

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Feb 25, 2009

I am curious if anyone knows what's uplink speed is for their shared accounts? A shared developer account get's 3TB of bandwidth. But I am wondering what type of bandwidth that is. How fast is it?

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What Can I Do To Improve Bandwidth / Uplink Speed Of Server

Oct 4, 2008

As per topic, what is the best method to do to the hardware to improve bandwidth / uplink speed of server?

I have a production server that is used for regular file serving.

P4 3.0Ghz
500GB + 160GB + 160GB hard disk
2Mbps Dedicated + 10Mbps shared.

However, the most I can pulled through the whole server is always between 1.5Mbps - 3Mbps, anyway to pull the speed up to around 10Mbps should there be availability of bandwidth for me to burst?

For any informations, the hard disk is SATA 2.

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Better 3000gb Monthly With 100mb Port Or Dedicated 10mbps Unmetered

Jan 30, 2009

better 3000gb monthly with 100mb port or dedicated 10mbps unmetered?

they are the same price

and i forget to say that i use most of the band monthly

so i need the bigger band with better speed

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100mbps Vs. 1000mbps

Jan 2, 2009

Let's say I have a site that gets around 500,000 page views per day, has an average of 150 - 200 users online at any given time, and runs 1000+ queries per second. Should I stick with a 100mbps uplink speed, or would I be able to see a difference with a 1000mbps speed?

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100Mbps Port?

Apr 11, 2008

When service providers advertise a dedicated server for lease (or colocation) and they mention 100Mbps port (sometimes uplink port), what are they referring to?

Are they referring to the port speed of the switch that the NIC is attached to?

Or is it the router's port speed where this switch ( which in turn the server's NIC is attached to) is attached to such that no matter what the NIC speed is (e.g. 100Mbps or 1Gbps), the traffic that passes thru the server is capped to 100Mbps?

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Router For BGP 100Mbps

Mar 18, 2007

We currently have a single 100Mpbs (currently pushing ~40Mpbs) feed from a single upstream provider. Routing is handled by our transit provider.

We wish to provide a more resilient setup and are now looking to install our own BGP router(s) and take a second feed from another provider. I have a looked around the Cisco website and this forum but am unsure which model of routers / layer 3 switch we should be looking at.

A layer 3 switch looks more cost effective but doesn't appear to support enough routes for BGP without great expense. Would a 2600 router be enough or should I be looking at something higher like the 7600 series?

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Apr 9, 2008

I`m looking server with 100mbps unmetered or stable 10mbps unmetered in europe, adult allowed, 2GB RAM, p4 or something, ~300GB HDD... could You help me somehow?

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Nov 27, 2008

Due to our bad connectivity in our actual French hosting provider (OVH), we need to search for alternatives.

Please post opinions about other hosting companies that can give same configurations at a reasonable price, if possible with related experience with them.

Actually -from 1 year ago- we have the following configuration at OVH:

1xDBServer: Intel Q6600, 1x250GB, 8GB DDR2, 100Mbps (not real on a daily constant), Wind2K3 STD. : 130eur. + vat
1xWebServer: Intel Core2, 1x160GB, 1GB DDR2, 100Mbps (not real on a daily constant), Win2K3 WEB Ed. : 49eur. + vat
All days we have traffic problems, with low real bandwith connection, also with poor pings to/from Spain (where most percentatge of our users come).
We need to find a hosting provider with a same or a litle best configuration with the follow requisits:

-100Mbps per server [If possible, 100Mbps dedicated (non shared, without aggregation ratio)], UNMETTERED.

-IMPORTANT: Good bandwith connectivity

-Preferable Datacenter hosted in Europe

-WebServer same config, but 2GB DDR (also can be an AMD), if possible with W2K8 WebEd.

-DatabaseServer same config. preferable with 16GB DDR, also preferable -optional- with 2x or 3xSAS 15K. (RAID 1 or Raid 5)

-Possible upgrades (specially beacuse OVH is the first to launch a server with Intel 25GB SSL drives that are superfaster (look at for model HG2009). Any other has support or previsions to serve SSL Drives?)

-If possible, with X days break of contract agreement (money back guaranteed)
We can pay some more at a month, but on the first months we can't pay more than around 500$/Euros.

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Current 100Mbps/4U Pricing

Feb 16, 2007

I've been happily hosted in Equinix Ashburn for over a year now, so I haven't been looking into price changes over the past months. However, my colo provider suddenly decided to raise prices by 20% on me, saying that space and bandwidth has become scarce over the past year and their own cost went up by 75%. So they are asking me to lock the new hiked price by signing a new contract, otherwise I won't be able to get such offer from them or any other provider in that location.

Before signing anything, I'm trying to get a feel of the current prices. I see a lot of ads in here for same bw and space, but I'm sure there are variations in the level of service they provide, depending on the colo company, location, bw providers, package type, etc... So, just as crude estimate, can you please tell in general whether prices/costs has went up or down or stayed the same since last year, and by how much?

And if someone has experience with Equinix/Ashburn, what would be a reasonable price for a dedicated 100Mbps/4U colocation with a quality bandwidth provider?

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