Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by powelly, Mar 16, 2003.
Does anyone know any nice site to try out my 2meg adsl when it goes live on wednesday?
d00d how you get that in uk, this post is trying to rub it in aint it.
try these sites out they are mad
these sites are the dogs...
Download a FreeBSD .iso
download the contents of downloads.com
I know! Download the entire Internet!
ahh ... is that fast?? 2 meg adsl. What are your upload download ratios ??
/me is suspicious... ( 100 meg lan with a fiber back bone right out to the net )
Impress me ... if you can ...*pfffft*
upload sucks still only 256k, its not cheap but works paying for it, ( im gonna be living in my office ) £130 a month from Pipex.
Glad to see nobody suggesting downloading unreleased movies
why d/l a moive.. the quality usually sux and they are so cheap to buy on dvd.
2 Meg ADSL means you get burstable 2 megs. dosent mean you will always be a 2 meg d/l...
How much is 130 pounds into USD ??
yeah 2 meg download but only 256k upload
£130 = $207 according to http://www.xe.com/ucc/
you only really need high uploads for P2P and FTP so they dont really want you doing that all day do they. be a leecher
oh yeh and download a movie
well the internet on my compound is ganna be upgraded soon to vdsl 8mb (megabytes) per sec and its shared, but thats all good cuz right now its 128kb and i get around 50kb to 70kb hehehe :happy:
I am on 5xT3, dunno what that is I have heard it called oc12 a few times though
Im on 3.0Mbps/384Kbps
T3 = roughly 43mb (x5=215mb)
OC12 = 622.08mb
so I can tell the people who call it oc12 to stfu then
OC (optical carrier) is roughly 51.85mb, so you'd be on around OC4, if such a thing existed
The most common speeds are (gotta love google)
OC-1 = 51.85 Mbps
OC-3 = 155.52 Mbps
OC-12 = 622.08 Mbps
OC-24 = 1.244 Gbps
OC-48 = 2.488 Gbps
/me signs in for OC-192
Will it download an air-raid shelter, quickly????
Geffy how the **** do you get that sort of speed in the uk
and especially manchester
and how much does it cost
*sees geffy run from the backbone socket*