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From Gary Turner <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] higher download bandwidth
Date Tue, 04 Feb 2003 23:16:14 GMT
George Walsh wrote:

>Paul, are you sure about your rates in each direction?
>If you are using ADSL, then the rate to download to your site will usually be about 4
times the rate to upload from your site.

128 kbits per sec is a normal upload speed on ADSL. (Unless you get into
a lot more money)

>There is something terribly wrong with 16k, I agree. You can usually check rates of transmission
from the services but I cannot help you with the Windows environment.

If that's 16 kBytes, then that is ~160 kbits, and probably about right.
Until my sorry ISP capped dl speeds, I routinely recorded 1.6mbs dls.
Uploads were still only 128k(bits, not bytes).

<Paul's OP>
>>how can I increase d/l bandwidth for my users ?
>>What I mean with that is I am running Apache 2.046 on Win2K server ( I know
>>I should use linux )....and I am on a broadband connection with 1.5M up and
>>down, but my "users" can only d/l with max 16k...

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