I think around 350GB. I might be wrong, but it was a rough calculation we did long time ago before moving to OC48
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Ahmed - you might want to add a 0 there . It's actually about 3200GB, give or take.
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3,240,000,000,000 bytes or
3,240 GB data/month
(aka 3.24 TB/month)
Thats a lot I think. Might be able to transfer the entire internet in a month or two. Not sure if that allows for overhead - checksum bits and whatnot. I just like doing simple arithmetic from time to time.
then when you've worked out how it is calculated you can come back and tell us all
K lol, here it goes:
It looks like although there is a benefit to the 95th percentile billing, I worry that I would be example 2. Because on a few of my sites I put up videos on various days. Those videos immediately get connected to and downloaded. Because of this, I would likely have 15 - 20 days of really heavy traffic (like when I get new videos posted) and then 10 - 15 days of lighter traffic. At the 95th percentile billing, although I'd be able to give faster download speeds on the heavy days, I would likely run into overage charges.
However, if I did not go with the 95th percentile billing (that is burstable), then my users would likely run into slow download speeds.
So basically I'm not sure what to do at this point. Any suggestions?