VDSL 50 to the max

by Volker Weber


Just moved 5 gig of data in a matter of minutes. And I know now that VDSL 50 is not holding back the Entertain VLAN that I have not booked.


I. Am. Oh. So. Very. Jelaous. Period.

Oswald Prucker, 2010-02-03

I hardly ever use that capacity. But a 10 MBit upstream is pretty handy. I could now run vowe.net from here. Which I am not going to do.

Volker Weber, 2010-02-03

Das wird ja immer noch als Flatrate verkauft. Allerdings wird man nach 200 GB für den Rest des Monats auf DSL6000 runtergedreht. Was man upstream locker in weniger als 2 Tagen erreichen könnte, downstream entsprechend schneller.

Robert Dahlem, 2010-02-03

Theoretisch ja, in der Praxis nein. Ich kenne meinen Traffic und der kommt nicht an 200 GB dran.

Volker Weber, 2010-02-03

Sweet! On the other hand, I hardly use my capacity of 12 Mbit/s line here.

Mathias Ziolo, 2010-02-03

Upstream bandwidth always seems to be there, it's the downstream that seems to lag, or just that no one has capacity to flood it. Most I have seen is about 22mb/s on a VDSL50 connection.

Bryan McDade, 2010-02-03

I was very confused by your chart indicating appalling bandwidth, until I realised a German period "." is a comma "," everywhere else :)

Andy Mell, 2010-02-03

Let's not get into a wrong-side-of-the-road fight, ok? ;-)

Volker Weber, 2010-02-03

The British are driving on the right side of the road, and always have.

Alexander Koch, 2010-02-03

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