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Old April 30th, 2003, 06:07 AM   #16
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My speeds are about the same as Rik, but I see on the speed test site that someone from my same server, OCN, recorded upload/download speeds of 3502/859!

How in the heck did they do that?
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Old June 8th, 2003, 08:19 AM   #17
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My dsl provider just started offering 26 megabit up/own vdsl for about US $50 a month. The catch is that you practicaly have to live ontop of a phone switchbox, or at least 300 meters or less. If your lucky enough to live closer then 1000 meters to one you can get 13 symetrical megabit.

I unfortunally live like 3,5 km from one so I can 'only' get maxed out adsl speeds at 8 megabit down 1 megabit up. 13 or 26 upstream would have been great for serving up the video content i plan un putting up on my webserver. though...
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