I have been searching on the internet and the newsgroup archives but I haven't been able to find the information that I need.
I am wondering if there are any benchmarks/requirements for the amount of upload speed needed to handle roughly X
I guess at this point, even "educated guesses" are welcome.
This is so that I can determine how much upload speed I will need to host a website and if DSL is even an option.
I am looking for a list like (these numbers are just an example and are NOT going to be accurate)
upload speed page view/day concurrent connections that it can handle
128K 1,000 10
384K 10,000 50
1.5MB 1,000,000 1,000
to my understanding, a 128K upload will only allow for 128Kbsp at any given time. so if theoretically there are 10 people all
downloading a big file, they will be downloading at a maximum of 1.28Kbsp each, not 128Kbsp each.
i'm not running a warez site or anything like that...just html so more likely it will be a lot of people hitting html pages,
reading, then hitting another one, etc. i don't want to go with my current web hosting company because i am too limited in
what i can do. i need to be able to run my own servers (web, imap, database, application server, etc.).
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