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Does 100Mbps actually mean 32.40 TB/m?

12-05-2008, 16:06
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11-05-2008, 03:11
lol jester its going on monday not paying all that money for nothing

10-05-2008, 14:10
i warned u moddie about the 1 gig line mate speeds r ****e..ive found if you reboot your server when these **** speeds occur it resets the speeds back to nomral but when your trying to run your business from them you dont want to be rebooting every day..

09-05-2008, 10:12
You are on a 100mbit single duplex connection which means that you can either download or upload 100mbit or upload 50mbit whilst downloading 50mbit, you cannot upload and download simultaniously at 100mbit each way.

Also noSLA mode should not matter for UK customers as OVH have peering with UK isps so no matter what you can always download at the maximum possible line speed assuming the network isn't overloaded at any one path along the way.
noSLA mode only affects countries in which OVH do not sell servers, those countries have to access your server via transit, this in turn costs OVH money rather than free peering agreements.

08-05-2008, 18:06
Quote Originally Posted by moddie1
sorry your all wrong i am cap now so this unlimited is not true on gig servers
It is unlimited. It cannot be advertised as unlimited if it is not. The cap you talk about is not a cap, it is simply noSLA mode which means you are no longer guaranteed the bandwidth in or out via the transit. You can still use 1Gbps without a problem.

08-05-2008, 15:17
sorry your all wrong i am cap now so this unlimited is not true on gig servers

16-04-2008, 10:53
Quote Originally Posted by Andy
Yes it does mean 32.4TB and 324TB respectively.
About the storage of those 32TB... it's another question

16-04-2008, 10:50
Yes it does mean 32.4TB and 324TB respectively.

Upload or download makes no difference.

16-04-2008, 10:44
There is no limit of trafic per month. You server has a 100Mbps NIC and you can use the full bandwith as long as you wish. So yes you can download 300To if you want..

16-04-2008, 10:37
And by extension, is 1 Gbps actually 324.00 TB/m of data per month on the OVH network?

Also why does it make a difference if it's upload or download, isn't it the same network both ways?