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Old 24.05.2010, 16:16
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Re: Question on Cablecom: real highspeed "2000"?

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This is simply not correct. The upload speeds referred to are from internet users. Not servers.
What you are saying there is correct if we are taking about the upload rate per user.

But what i was saying there is when you are downloading a file hosted in a server. i.e. downloading messenger from yahoo for instance isnt that subject to upload bandwidth as well?

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Of course you can take advantage of 20/50mbps download speeds. Or do you think we're all daft??
Really? Im not saying you are daft but when exactly did you managed to Download a file at 50 Mbps? I was using 20Mbps with BE Internet before, and the most i could get when downloading a file hosted in a server is 600Kbps.
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