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  1. #1

    * webspace/bandwidth comparision sheet

    Any one have any information about what webspace and bandwidth is equivalant to?

    For example:
    750 MB of disk space = about 25,000 pages
    10 Gigabytes bandwidth = 10,000 unique visitors per day
    I am looking for a chart that lists a large comparision combination. kwim???

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 2002
    (1,000 visitors/day x 10 pages per visitor x 25kb per page) = 250,000 kb ~ 0.2384GB/day or 7.39 GB/mo

    To correlate Mbps to Megabytes per month, you could apply this formula (taking into account at 1 byte is 8+1 bits) .

    (total megabits/9 bits) * 86400 secs (per day) * 30 days

    Thus 5mbps would give you a maximum of 1440 gigabytes per month.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jul 2002
    kansas city

    I think what you are asking for.. monthly bandwidth usage vs visitors is a bit more complex than what you make it. You have to take into account what type of site it is, what is the primary content.. is it a media site, forum, mirror or sorts, typical image sizes, blahblahblah.
    - brian

    failing to plan is planning to fail.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Apr 2002
    Silicon Valley, California, USA
    There is no way to say exactly because the size of your page and files vary. Get as much bandwidth with your plan as you can !

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