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I have an offer for 100 Mbit/s network speed in as a co-location service.

100mbit includes download/upload all together?

For example: Can I upload with 100Mbit/s while downloading 100Mbit/s at same time?

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You really should be asking your colo provider. How can we know what their policies are? – longneck Aug 9 '13 at 23:41
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Yes, this should be full-duplex bandwidth... But check the terms of the offer to make sure that language is there.

Make sure you understand the billing metrics. For instance, unmetered and burstable/95th percentile are vastly different and need to be planned for...

Also see: What does it mean - to get billed to the 95th percentile at $x.xx per meg?

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