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Re: what about other methods of transfering data?
said by kd6cae:It's not the backbone or Internet access circuits, but rather the access segments on the cable plant that present the biggest obstacle today. With much of Comcast's infrastructure still being DOCSIS 1.x that means a 38mbps shared downstream channel and 10mbps shared upstream channels. Even assuming a couple upstream channels are allocated per node, 10mbps is pretty easy to saturate when you have more than a few 384 or 768k users hammering away.
I can't imagine that a few 384k or 768k uploads are causing the backbone at Comcast to be overloaded!
Re:wow,LAST cple of days,week castrate,(i mean comcast) has sure been doing or trying to do, everything it can,except the RIGHT THING to get as much $$ as it can & give the least amount of service to its customers.
Can only say,THANK Goodness,some people aren't as ignorant as Comcast would like to believe they are.
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Jazzy1120, before you post, perhaps you should ask yourself if what you are providing is informational value to the conversation or just a repetitive vent against a company that (by now) everyone knows you dislike.