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What is my connection class?





seanooi
I'm currently using a 6Mbps download, 786kbps upload connection, so which category would it fall in?

Because I know that T1 connections are ~1.5Mbps, and T3 connections are ~45Mbps, so I'm kinda confused which one is it in.
Rhysige
You fit into the "better than mine so dont complain or be worried where you sit" category :p
bananaphone
not T1 - what kind of connection do you have (cable, DSL, ADSL etc). You sound like a cable connection.
Cable=no phone lines - comes on the same wires pay tv comes on
cokdes
What is the best connection for now?
seanooi
Mine's cable
Naif
from a dialup users point of view, your connection falls under the heavenly class lolz.... Wink

Ok, on to the serious stuff. Have a look at CNET's bandwidth classification chart

Connection Type | Connection Speed
28.8 Kbps Dial-up 28.8k
33.6 Kbps Dial-up 33.6k
53.3 Kbps Dial-up 56k
384.0 Kbps DSL/Cable 384k
768.0 Kbps DSL/Cable 768k
1500.0 Kbps Cable/DSL 1.5Mbps
1544.0 Kbps Full T1 1.544Mbps
3000.0 Kbps N x T1 3.0Mbps
6000.0 Kbps T3 6.0Mbps
15000.0 Kbps T3 15Mbps
30000.0 Kbps T3 30Mbps

According to that, yours is a T3.
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