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riaz

join:2010-06-09
Beaverton, OR
reply to riaz

Re: 7x 10meg bonded DSL lines OR 2x 30meg EoC lines?

All my users are individually capped, some at 2mbps others at 5mbps.

Currently when I look into my load balancer at the 7x dsl lines, often I see one or two lines maxing out at around 10mbps, while others at 2mbps. This will happen for a few seconds and then rapidly change, but it happens often. I imagine every time that occurs some user is experiencing slow speeds because they are trying to download a webpage or a video, and receive slow response due to the max of the line they are on.

This makes me feel that 1x 30mbps line may be superior to lets say 4x 10 mbps lines? I feel like there is a technical explanation out there for this...

The 30mbps EoC will also have 30mbps upload where each of my 10mbps lines only have 1.5 upload. But my users don't upload much, so I don't see the upload adding much value.


imseanbrown
Premium
join:2005-12-20
New York, NY

Metro Ethernet is your solution... either delivered over copper or fiber (preferred). It is dynamically allocatable (meaning EoC will typically give you up to 100mb with just config changes) meaning your MRC may be a little higher, but you wont need load balancers to aggregate bandwidth...

This is the RIGHT solution...

honestly - I am not sure what type of ISP services you're offering, but i'm 100% positive you're in violation of your ISP's ToS, specifically the reseller portion.... get into a business class service (Metro Ethernet) and you're able to do this...

Just a FYI..... ISP *DO* go after people like that.... just look up what comcast and vz law suits for this...
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Thanks,
Sean Brown
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BandwidthNow

join:2006-03-22
reply to riaz

Just to let you know, you can obtain EoC quotes if you post a request here:
»ISP b2b etc