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What is the real actual bandwidth usage?
As people does say that 1Mbps is equal to 330GB.
Anyone here with experience that the amount of bandwidth usable after overheads and maybe some amount of bandwidth used up because the control panel do not monitor it properly?
I need to know the rough estimated amount.
If you're counting any sort of discrepancies, they will be minute. Nothing more than 1GB per month. You can also install 3rd party bandwidth monitors that will be much more accurate.
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1mbps is around 330gb. However, based on your measurement metric (95%, etc), timing interval and how "bursty" your bandwidth is, that could vary from 200GB to 900GBs.
Search the forums for lots of discussions on this that have occured in the past already.
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but i am basing it on having 100GB of bandwidth (REAL bandwidth taken from the bandwidth shaper)
moreover, i am counting against to have plans to get Dedicated bandwidth but wondering how much true bandwidt in data transfer will it tabulate out.
Like maybe 5Mbps of bandwidth (dedicated).