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Re: All that's needed
said by IowaCowboy:Really? Docsis 3.0 over 8 channels has a theoretical upper limit of 304 Mbps. Real life results would be much less than that.
All that's needed is an 8x4 channel bonding DOCSIS 3.0 modem. Easily deployed on a DOCSIS 3.0 cable plant that has 8x4 channel bonding enabled.
Real life results would be exactly that. You only see degradation with load, or poor signal and/or line quality. You would have to have really small nodes and something like 24 channels to offer service at those rates. In reality DOCSIS is a horrible option for deploying anything greater than 100/20Mbps without a literal ass load of nodes.
IowaCowboy doesn't understand that DOCSIS is shared it seems.
said by NiteSn0w:which some or all would probably exist in most areas.
Real life results would be exactly that. You only see degradation with load, or poor signal and/or line quality.
Very true. These conditions are all too common in places like New York and New York Metro. They have problems such as 300ms latency and completely intermittent service that cable companies are unwilling to fix.