Connections vs. Bandwidth.wmv

Some discussion with my friend about how many connections were ideal for a usenet server prompted me to test it out and here are the results. From what I can gather, the FEWEST connections that allow you to max your bandwidth is ideal. In my case, 5 connections were ideal, but I keep it on 10 for kicks. I’m running a 25Mbps up/down connection, which is equivalent to 3125kBps To preempt your challenges to my math: 1 b = 1 bit 1 B = 1 byte 8 bits = 1 byte Connection is 25 megabits/sec = 3.125 megabytes/sec (divide 25 by 8) 3.125 x 1000 (kB/mB) = 3125 kBps
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