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Old 17th September 2009, 21:27
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Question My connection to host sites Mb

what is a good connection speed to host sites or to begin with hosting my isp can give me 16 mb but what do you guys think maby light connection 30 Mb what do you think is a good starter Mb ?
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If you want to host your sites at home, the upload bandwidth is important, not so much the download bandwidth.
It depends on some factors if the bandwidth is sufficient or not (e.g. number of page views, file sizes, etc.).
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