In computer networking and computer science, bandwidth, network bandwidth, data bandwidth, or digital bandwidth is a measure of available or consumed data communication resources expressed in bits/second or multiples of it (kilobits/s, megabits/s etc.).

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Configure trickle to add guestOS

I want to configure Trickle to prioritize my bandwidth with an installed app on ubuntu, I understand the basic config: [ssh] Priority = 1 Time-Smoothing = 0.1 Length-Smoothing = 1 [www] Priority = 2 ...
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Storing pages with only client-side code in S3 over full EC2?

Question: Would storing pages in S3 with only client-side code reduce costs in comparison to hosting them in Amazon's EC2? Background: Right now I use a cms to manage all of my pages and users for a ...
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Bandwidth * Delay Product

I'm trying to calculate the bandwidth delay product between various hosts, and reading this wiki article, I am confused. From the acticle; Residential ADSL2+: 20 Mbit/s (from DSLAM to residential ...
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Linux Router - Share bandwidth per IPs with current active connections

We have a Linux machine running as a custom router, currently utilising Shorewall. This sits between our incoming internet connection and the internal LAN. What we would like to achieve is 'fair ...
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How do I reserve bandwidth for rsync?

Currently nginx uses all my bandwidth. How do I leave some for rsync?
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How to limit bandwidth speed from a router for a devices on a network? [closed]

How to limit bandwidth speed from a router for a devices on a network ? There are several devices accessing the internet thru a wireless network. I cannot change settings directly on the ...
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afp/smb transfers caps at 2 megabytes/sec, wireless N

I wanted to transfer files between two mac computers. The network is wireless-N and both computers have wireless-N modules in them. The problem is that when I transfer files between them, via file ...
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What is the maximum supported data rate for PCIe? [closed]

Given a particular generation and link width, how can I determine what the maximum bandwidth is? I've looked across the Internet and various unofficial sources appear to disagree on the numbers. ...
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Is there a linux command/tool that will provide end-to-end bandwidth information between local and external host?

CentOS 5.x At times, I've wanted to know what general bandwidth constraints exist between my servers and an external server that I don't have control over. Is there a linux command/tool that could ...
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Iperf bidirectional bandwidth measurement

Server side: # iperf -s ------------------------------------------------------------ Server listening on TCP port 5001 TCP window size: 85.3 KByte (default) ...
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Server suffering serious speed drop

As you can see from the picture http://i.imgur.com/UpDZh.png), my server is suffering a serious drop in speed. This is intermittent and has been happening for the past 3 or 4 hours. The server has ...
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Cisco ASA: Prevent any single internal host from saturating bandwidth of outside Internet interface

We have an ASA 5510 at the edge of our network connected to a 10Mb Internet pipe. All internal IPs are private so we have external and internal interfaces. I'd like to prevent any single internal host ...
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Rsync Throttle Upload Bandwidth --bwlimit=KBPS

I am looking to throttle the upload speed of my file transfers during an rsync process. Does --bwlimit=KBPS mean it sets the internet transfer speed, or the hard drive disk write speed? ...
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RDP Over Mobile Satellite Internet

I am planning a vacation to a destination that will not allow me to have cell or Internet service. I play a role in my organization such that in an emergency situation, my availability is of some ...
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Local network speed appears to be being limited

I have a dedicated server setup that has just started causing us issues. Our immediate problem, is that last week, could log into an admin page of one of our websites just fine, now we can't. It does ...
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How to measure how much bandwidth a ssh connection is using per day?

I have an ssh connection that I run to access a remote machine. At present I use autossh to keep the pipe open 24/7. I am curious as to how much the pipe alone uses bandwidth wise. How can I measure ...
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IMAP traffic bandwidth usage

I want to find out how much of my bandwidth is related to email downloads. We use Google Apps for our email and have around 60 iMAC users donwloading email via IMAP. Our firewall is an ISA Server ...
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measuring bandwidth per-user used by ssh server-side connections on linux

I'd like to be able to measure the bandwidth used by each user by their inbound ssh connections, into a linux box. I measure most other traffic using iptables and user-matching, but inbound ssh ...
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Cisco ASA and Cisco Switches, how do I determine top senders / receivers?

I'm dealing with a high bandwidth situation and need to determine what host is sending / receiving the most data. How can I get the logs necessary that will contain this information? I'm OK with ...
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Limit scp (with sshd on centos) speed / rate

I'd like to let users download / upload files via scp to my centos 6.0 system, it's connected to lan via Gigabit ethernet, but I don't want transfers to flow at that speed. I want to limit the speed ...
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How do I calculate my bandwidth requirements?

We have a facility that needs to upload approximately 20 3MB photos per minute to Amazon S3. These are coming from 10 different machines on our local network. We need to do this continuously for 16 ...
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Does google's web crawler download binary files?

My Google-fu is failing me right now. I'm trying to figure out whether Google's web crawler downloads non-image binary files when it spiders sites. I know it downloads (and indexes) images and PDFs, ...
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Stealing internet by changing MAC address? [closed]

OK - I have a static IP - and I have been on the same provider for years - its a wired network (a cable goes directly to my network card) - and the cable is connected to a switch on a pole in the ...
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Bandwidth and RAM for our VDS [closed]

We are planning give an iframe from our server to the site which daily visitor 500k. What do you think about how much do we need system resource such as bandwidth and RAM. Thanks
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linode server bandwidth

I am ready to deploy my startup on the web so i would like to start small and get a VPS from linode as i see many good reviews and see how its going... the thing is that on their website they state: ...
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Is it possible to get the most bandwidth on a shared network?

I have configured a simple LAN using Ubuntu router. We know that if we don't impose any restriction, total bandwidth of Internet will be distributed among LAN user. If any user try to get half of ...
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Why does a wired network slow down with user increase?

If you had a wired network, 20 PCs hooked up to a 100 Mbit/sec switch (same onboard ethernet port speed) and you were just sending some test data round. What is the technical explanation as to why 20 ...
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Server hard disk read speed and client download speed, is there a connection? [closed]

Ok so a client's download speed is only as fast as a server's upload speed, and vice versa. Based on the answers to this post: Does upload speed depend upon download speed of the server? In other ...
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Gateway Modem loses ability to DNS lookup intermittently, often under heavy load

We're using a Bell 2Wire Gateway modem/router as our only hub (with some switches attached). Intermittently, but frequently when a large download is initiated, all computers on our LAN lose the ...
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Amazon and bandwidth limits

This question may sound weird to some of you but I have never really used cloud and above all I'm still beginner in the web development and would be really thankful if someone could answer few of my ...
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monitoring multicast stream bandwidth

I have my own application(based on VLC Library). It's used to multicast a stream from server to client via the mmsh protocol. It streams 1 file from the server to 2 clients. How can I monitor the ...
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Server bandwidth usage monitoring

I'm using ubuntu 11.04. What I would like to be able to do, is to be able to view in a browser front end, the amount of in/out network data of the PROCESSES running on my machine. Anyone know if and ...
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Social Media event Bandwidth requirements

I have an one day event in July 2012, hosting 250 attendees for a social media event. We will be uploading live video to a website, allowing the press to access the web, and some vendors will be ...
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Monitoring _current_ bandwidth used by Apache

Afternoon gents, I'm trying to monitor and graph the currently used bandwidth by Apache, I've been trying to use mod_status with /server-status and just parsing this specific row: 16.1 requests/sec ...
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Speed up rsync by running multiple instances at once?

I have to transfer a big directory to another server. My problem is that i cannot use the full bandwidth that would be available, because one concurrent tcp stream does not get as fast. Basically ...
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How should I provision for a 30,000-listener Shoutcast stream? [closed]

My client wants to run a one-off live podcast on his blog, which is popular enough to land a couple million visits per month. Am I right in imagining that ShoutCast is the best way to handle that? ...
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Can a switch consume bandwidth?

I have a network with a router and a switch. At first my ISP's optical fiber is connected with media converter input port. Than Ethernet cable (output port of Media converter) is connected with the ...
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How to throttle bandwidth speed from VPS

I was wondering if you can throttle/boost the download speed from my VPS to me, because now and often I download a database which is quite big, typically 5-7GB. My side is quite slow (typically I have ...
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Do local cURL requests count towards my network transfer limit?

I have a purchased a hosting that allows me 10 GB of monthly transfer. Will this 10 GB of transfer be affected if I make some cURL requests, from-a-script-to-a-script on the same server (in this case ...
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CentOS 5.5 x86_64 VPS - A lot of inbound traffic when idle?

I have a CentOS VPS from UKWSD and I'm getting inbound traffic that I cannot understand. The VPS was setup yesterday and I installed vnstat this morning around 10am, since then the server was ...
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Server Hacked + Huge Bandwidth Usage Spike [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: My server's been hacked EMERGENCY I run a couple of sites on Ubuntu via Rackspace Cloud Server. My site typically uses about 3 GB of outbound bandwidth a day. Today, ...
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Technologies that allow YouTube scale distribution?

Youtube as we know, is massive. It has thousand of concurrent users streaming at least 2 megabytes per video. Obviously, that gets to be a lot of traffic... far too much for any one server. What ...
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Linux (but not Windows) downloads take all our Internet bandwidth

At the company where I work, we have a perennial problem with large downloads (not P2P, not just updates) by Linux PCs (various Ubuntus) swamping our internet connection. For whatever reason, this is ...
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Tool to monitor bandwidth utilization per traffic (tc) class on linux

Some time in the past, i came across a siple tool that showed live in a 1sec interval, in human readable format, the bandwidth utilization seperated per tc class on your linux server. Unfortunately, i ...
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Bandwidth out of control, where to go next

I was wondering if someone could give me a bit of advice. I have just released a site live and it has maxed my bandwidth / space more than what i predicted. Im from Australia so space and bandwidth ...
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Measuring cumulative network statistics per user or per process

I've been googling for hours -- Under Linux I want to know the cumulative bytes sent and received by user or by process over all ip protocols. The best I've found in my searches is that it's possible ...
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How can I do bandwidth management using quotas on a Debian Linux based router?

I use a Debian Linux based PC as a router. Now, I want to implement bandwidth management using quotas. By that I mean when a user has reached their quota limit, their bandwidth will be reduced. I've ...
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What could be causing Outrageous Bandwidth Spikes on a VPS(cpanel godaddy), 1200GB in one day?

I have a VPS hosted on Godaddy, managed with cpanel. I've averaged 30-50GB a month, but then it went up to 1200+GB in one day. It appears my server has been compromised. The thing is my website ...
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What capacities should have a hosting to support an average of 1000 registered users simultaneously? [closed]

How much RAM, Disk Space, Bandwidth, etc would be needed? It's just and aproximate. I have no idea how to do a real implementation of a web service and I'm not going to, but I have to write a SRS ...
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How can I measure precisely the resources consumed by each Web site on my server?

We are having performance issues on our server which may or may not be the inevitable result of high traffic to our sites. We would like to optimize each site for performance so that we can be sure ...