Wireless Networks Thread, Broadband Speed and # of Computers in Technical; sorry dudes you lost me at CLEO - whats that?
1GB though ... how do i draw a jealous smiley? ...
13th October 2008, 12:05 PM #16
sorry dudes you lost me at CLEO - whats that?
1GB though ... how do i draw a jealous smiley? i dont know how haha so ill draw this
To be honest though ive never even heard of a "school" (as in k-12 institue), the largest bandwidth requirements ive heard of was 10MB Symmetrical for a College that provided very significant (as in end users) online correspondance schooling.
What do you do (any one with this type of bandwidth) with this type of connectivity?? Or is it more of an celiing limit that you'll never hit type deal?
13th October 2008, 12:42 PM #17
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13th October 2008, 01:19 PM #19
double post - i thought my post wasnt posted for some reason?
Last edited by amfony; 13th October 2008 at 01:20 PM.
Reason: being simple
13th October 2008, 01:31 PM #20
24down/3up bonded ADSL.
Provided by Vioni.
400+ computers on our network (not counting iphones, ipod touchs etc)
Only since allowing access to video has our bandwidth got any where near to being saturated (lunch times) as our filtering box on site cannot filter webpages fast enough to get bandwidth up to that level just from normal surfing alone.
we are looking at moving from a 8meg bonded solution using BT's network over to O2 on be's network and bonding 20down/2up lines instead(80d/8u). sadly were out in the sticks so cant have any of this funky fibre stuff.
13th October 2008, 02:12 PM #21
ICT Solutions have just sent BT down to do a site survey here (Norwich) looks like were going 100mbit in 2009
13th October 2008, 02:42 PM #22
IIRC, we're 100 now, going gigabit soon..LEA provided. The entire town (Telford) is carpeted with Cable courtesy of Blueyonder, and we run on that infrastructure.
As to PCs on it..numbers in the thousands with all the schools and public buildings. Not counting IP Phones. 200ish PCs here, plus..ooh..say 50 IP phones. Every public building (again) has IP phones as well, so it's effectively free to call school to school/council.
It goes, not to put too fine a point on it, like the proverbial off a teflon coated shovel.
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