[linux-help] Re: webserver ?
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On Fri, 17 May 2002, Jonathan Hall wrote:
> SBC DSL is limited to 128k upstream (unless you get their much more
> expensive 6mbit service). 128k is not enough to run anything but a fairly
> small web server.
Actually, it depends on the level of service you purchase. The aDSL
offerings from SBC can support a maximum upstream of 384kbps, and a
maximum downstream of 5.99mbps. If you purchase the enhanced service,
you may actually achieve these levels - I have, but I'm only a couple
thousand copper feet from the central office.
SBC is now offering sDSL services as well, with 1.5mbps in both
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