[time] Traffic level for a US 250 or 500 Mbps server?
Ask Bjørn Hansen
Tue Feb 9 04:46:46 UTC 2010
In large zones (like the US zone) it should be pretty proportional.
500mbps setting should give you about 5x as many requests over time.
On Feb 8, 2010, at 20:28, Matt Nordhoff <mnordhoff at mattnordhoff.com>
> I run a server in the U.S. (+ global) zone, with the net speed set to
> 100 Mbps. It receives about 17 requests per second. I'd like to throw
> some more traffic at it -- anywhere up to, say, 500 Kbps -- but not
> than that. If I increase the net speed to 250 or 500 Mbps, how much
> traffic am I likely to get? I don't want to try it out and wind up
> 5 Mbps of traffic from TTNet and angry emails from my ISP.
> Although even 500 Kbps would probably blow up my conntrack tables or
> something anyway. :-P
> Matt Nordhoff
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