Verizon Policy Statement on Net Neutrality

Colin Johnston colinj at gt86car.org.uk
Tue Mar 3 17:09:58 UTC 2015


fttc in uk works great for client code push remote installs , even faster than some offices since the fibre nodes are less contended.
seen 18mb up work fine and sustained with voip in parallel as well
colin

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On 3 Mar 2015, at 16:20, Tim Franklin <tim at pelican.org> wrote:

>> I meant that on the Internet as a whole it is unusual for such speeds to
>> actually be realized in practice due to various issues.
>> 
>> 8-10Mb/s seems to be what one can expect without going to distributed
>> protocols.
> 
> Really?  I have 2 x VDSL (40/10) to my house, running MLPPP.  I can get a sustained 60M down or 15M up on a single stream without a lot of difficulty.  It does typically need both ends to be aware of window scaling, or you start to run up against the LFN problem, but other than that it's nothing beyond regular HTTP, FTP, SCP, CIFS, ...
> 
> 15M upstream *utterly* transforms working from home where all the files I'm working on are on a remote file server.  Autosave is no longer a cue for a 5-10 minute tea-break.
> 
> Regards,
> Tim.


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