New minimum speed for US broadband connections
josh at imaginenetworksllc.com
Mon May 31 17:54:37 UTC 2021
Was that the fault of the broadband provider or was that the fault of the
indoor WiFi? Is it possible the router has so much interference from all
of the neighbors and everyones using 2.4 GHz? What if that example had a
cable connection with 960/40 mbps and they're limited to 5 mbps up because
of the in house WiFi solution?
Would upping the broadband plan to 1000/1000 fix that problem?
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On Fri, May 28, 2021 at 2:56 PM Chris Adams <cma at cmadams.net> wrote:
> Once upon a time, Mike Hammett <nanog at ics-il.net> said:
> > "Bad connection" measures way more than throughput.
> > What about WFH or telehealth doesn't work on 25/3?
> More than one person in a residence, home security systems (camera,
> doorbell, etc.) uploading continuously, and more.
> I know multiple people that had issues with slow Internet during the
> last year as two adults were working from home and 1-3 children were
> also schooling from home. Parents had to arrange work calls around
> their kids classroom time and around each other's work calls, because of
> limited bandwidth.
> The time of the Internet being a service largely for consumption of data
> is past. While school-from-home may be a passing thing as the pandemic
> wanes, it looks like work-from-home (at least part time) is not going to
> go away for a whole lot of people/companies.
> Chris Adams <cma at cmadams.net>
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