Re: Does 8 Channels actually mean anything?
Originally Posted by craigj2k12
just means more downstream capacity
the upstream upgrades are separate AFAIK
Too much downstream capacity if you ask me.
8 channels times 55 megabits = over 400mbps of download capacity. Since TCP uses about 2% of that for ACKs, that's nearly half an upstream channel's completely gone even without anybody uploading a single thing.
(Course they do use ACK suppression so the actual effect may be lower)
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