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    Broadband Usage

    I got my monthly stats through for our broadband usage this morning. In January we used 126Gb, now I know this is not a lot to some of you, but its almost standard for us, +/- 20Gb.

    So I was wondering what you peeps used, for the number of users you have, with your expected line speed. So I'll get the ball rolling.

    January 2014

    126Gb, 450 Users, 100/100 Line Speed

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    40Gb for two schools one 900+ one 650+

    Stats showed we were maxing about 19Gb so we played safe and flexed down from 100 to 40.

    Rob

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