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Internal traffic


serverbros
09-11-2013, 16:13
Quote Originally Posted by marks
strictly speaking, and by terms of service, it'll be 200Mbps, OVH to OVH aswell.

Now, you may get more, specially if you don't abuse from it, and it's something like a daily backup late at night. But that's not guaranteed at all, so if it's regulated by the QoS, there would be nothing to complain about.
Hi Marks,

Totally wouldn't complain as we know we get 200mbps, was just curious.

Its a short backup that is about 20gb of data every night (the full backup has already been done, these are just incremental)

marks
08-11-2013, 12:10
strictly speaking, and by terms of service, it'll be 200Mbps, OVH to OVH aswell.

Now, you may get more, specially if you don't abuse from it, and it's something like a daily backup late at night. But that's not guaranteed at all, so if it's regulated by the QoS, there would be nothing to complain about.

raxxeh
08-11-2013, 01:37
msp's are capped to 200mbit internal and external.

anything ovh tell you otherwise is a lie or a misunderstanding of their own policy on their part.

theres' a massive thread in here somewhere with 30+ users all testing and coming to the same conclusion.

serverbros
07-11-2013, 23:35
Hi All,

Hopefully an easy question for you all, we currently have a few MSP's in Canada and we currently back them up to servers in france and vice versa (silly I know but this was set up before we had both locations), now we have installed the Idera/r1soft backup managers on large VPS's on servers in the same DC as the servers that are being backed up.

Would this allow us to utilize internal traffic, ie higher speeds than the 200mbps limit on the MSP's as it would be ovh to ovh traffic, if not do OVH allow you to upgrade/increase the traffic limits you receive on the servers?

Sorry for sounding stupid, we all have our moments

Jordan