transact vpn- vapourware private network
clug at repose.cx
Sat Jun 29 16:52:38 EST 2002
Drake Diedrich <dld at coyote.com.au> writes:
> unmetered local traffic (on top of the basic ADSL service). There's little
> point in having a 45 Mbps wire to your home if you only get .256 Mbps for
> your data traffic, and have to pay for traffic at a rate that makes filling
> even a 0.033 Mbps pipe expensive.
Has anyone clarified what the speed on the local network will be, if/when it
eventually arrives? I've heard suggestions that your link speed will be the
same as the connection speed you have to the internet - if that's the case,
with a 64k/bit uplink, the service is next to useless.
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