but to offer 2000gigs per month its around .7MB/s per customer.. so then
so its a bit over half.. so half of 45 is around 23 we will say.. so maybe in the area of 19-20 users
I maybe be completely off though
You are completely off A typical hosting server utilizing 2000GB/mo of transit in a single direction is going to use about 10Mb/sec of transit on 95th percentile. Therefore, you can only except to fit about 4 customers on your DS3 before you have capacity issues. However, I must say that the use of a DS3 circuit is pretty old school these days. If are you in any sort of colocation facilty, your handoff will be a burstable 100Mb/sec or 1000Mb/sec link.
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