[kwlug-disc] Im looking for a 100 meg connection

Colin K colin at void11.com
Sat Dec 10 04:47:51 EST 2011


Can you bond Cable?

I really dont want any of that Asymetric stuff.  I need a good connection
for my home because I have to share my connection with 5 others and a
minecraft server that I wish to just run from home I figure it would be
much cheaper to host from home but a colo would be great but less sure to
break even on my investment.
On Thu, Dec 8, 2011 at 6:00 PM, unsolicited <unsolicited at swiz.ca> wrote:

> I suppose you could tomato multiple cable + dsl links.
>
> https://community.acanac.com/**acanac/viewtopic.php?p=109062#**p109062<https://community.acanac.com/acanac/viewtopic.php?p=109062#p109062>notes what one guy was getting. His 4 'speed tests' avg.'ed about 46 Mbps.
> These numbers are single links, so 'bonding' them could get you what you're
> talking about, sort of.
>
> (Yes, apparently you can have multiple cable ISPs - one cable isp doesn't
> consume all 'channels' available over the copper. Apparently.)
>
> YMMV.
>
> L.D. Paniak wrote, On 12/08/2011 4:15 PM:
>
>> Hi Kyle,
>> Sounds like you have done some homework on the Roger's 50+2 option.  I
>> had a salesdude at the door a couple months back trying to sell me that.
>> After a few questions, his eyes glazed over and he promised to have
>> technical support contact me with answers - but, in typical Rogers
>> fashion, he/they failed to deliver.
>>
>> I was curious about throttling/cap rules on this kind of pipe.  Any info
>> on that?  Also, are these numbers juiced with the "SpeedBoost" aka
>> LatencyKiller and otherwise pretty plain?
>>
>> Thanks, Lori
>>
>>
>> On Thu, 2011-12-08 at 16:00 -0500, Kyle Spaans wrote:
>>
>>> Ping the dude at kingstreetinternet.com, he's hoping to setup
>>> fibre-to-the-home in KW.
>>>
>>> Also ping the folks at the hackerspace, Kwartzlab.ca, some of them
>>> there are in the ISP business locally.
>>>
>>> If you're willing to sell your soul and dignity (kidding!), you can
>>> get "Robber's" Cable up to 50Mbps down/2Mbps up here -- I will likely
>>> start using this in January, *SIGH* :(
>>>
>>> Another option is to enroll as a student at UW and live in one of the
>>> apt-like on-campus residences. You get to use the university internet
>>> that way. :^)
>>>
>>> A company called Fibernetics does business internet stuff. So if you
>>> run a business out of your home and are willing to pay them megabucks,
>>> you could probably get a fibre connection.
>>>
>>> Lastly, depending on the kind of downloading/uploading you are doing,
>>> it may be much easier to put a server in a colo, or buy a VPS and use
>>> that as your bandwidth "home base", and then do transfers between your
>>> home and the server at a slower rate.
>>>
>>> gl & hf
>>>
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