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  #2019173 19-May-2018 22:08
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Sorry to be this guy, but 10MB/s x8 = 80Mb/s + overheads = your line speed.

 

 

Yes, you are right. And completely irrelevant to the subject. In contexts of my findings it doesn't matter what units are used to measure the download speed, MB/s or Mbps.

 

 




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  #2019177 19-May-2018 22:11
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No I completely understand his issue.  As Yitz said he has detected that he needs far more TCP peers with Bigpipe than Spark to get from 80Mbit to 100Mbit.

 

His options are to wait a few weeks until we migrate Bigpipe to the Spark network, or move back to Spark.  

 

Another option would be to look at other RSPs, but that could be a bit hit and miss as I suspect some of them have a setup very similar to Bigpipe.  

 

 

Thanks. When the migration is expected to be completed? 


 
 
 
 


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  #2019178 19-May-2018 22:14
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starts mid june


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