What are you looking to colocate? 1U? A rack? A room?
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What's your budget exactly? Because if you are looking to pay $300/mo for something like this, it won't happen.
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Someone already offer 1gbit for that kind of money. Cant understand why all prices is high when it comes to 1gbit. If I lived in other place in my country I could get 1gbit for 79 euro.
Then it's a scam probably with low traffic.
They'll hook you into switch and show you 1gbit/s port, but your traffic will be either limited, or your speed will not be 1gbit/s.
Asking them for a test file is a nono, because they can set it up accordingly.
Sincerely if you want a 1 gbit/s port I'm sure a lot of providers are hooking servers into 1gbit/s ports for ease of service and high intranet speed (well at least that's what we do).
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Their 1Gbit/sec network uplink is NOT dedicated. Look:
Connection: 1x 1GBit Dedicated
Data Traffic: 5TB Bandwidth
A dedicated port would give you 347TB bandwidth. You are sharing that 1Gbit/sec port with 68 other people.
I couldn't have said that better myself.
Yes, it may be cheap.
But, over subscription is the potential problem here.
As shown above.
The 1Gig connection is shown to be shared with others.
The provider is not actually expecting you to use up all that bandwidth.
They are expecting it to be a "follow the sun" type traffic.