[vcf-midatlantic] ?Comcast at Home? internet speeds 1998 or so?
ncherry at linuxha.com
Wed Feb 2 13:27:45 UTC 2022
On 2/2/22 08:05, Mike Willegal via vcf-midatlantic wrote:
> things have changed a lot- a few years ago I was able to demonstrate about 2Gbps upstream in a lab environment to a single
> mode with DOCSIS 3.1 technology
Comcast is selling 3/3 Gbps in the business space and I hear that consumer will be able to get
3/something soon (not 3/3).
Ob old man rhetoric: I remember when I was a kid you'd buy a DS0 and split into 9.6 with
a Paradyne 740 mux and you were happy (if you could get it to work). ;-)
PPS: I'm working with 400Gbs Ethernet that we bundle (400x8). The times they are a changing ...
I started out with wet/dry loop (28.8 baud - AP wire service).
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