1 Gbps on XX TB Vs 1 Gb Unmetred
I need something that need to be cleared as i have some wrong info need to be corrected
Case 1 : 20TB Monthly Data Transfer on 1 Gbps Port
Mean ( outbound Traffic max is 20 TB + inbound Traffic max is 20 TB )
or( outbound + inbound Traffic ) < 20 TB
( outbound only ) < 20 TB , inbound unmetred ?
Case 2 : 1 Gbps unmetred
but 1 Gbps unmetred mean
( outbound + inbound Traffic ) < 1 Gbps
( outbound only ) < 1 Gbps
( outbound max push 1 Gbps + Inbound max push 1 Gbps in same time as it's Full duplex port )
Case 3 : Example OVH
Basic SP server come with this :
Network connection : 1 Gbps
Bandwidth OVH to OVH : 1 Gbps
Bandwidth OVH/Internet : 500 Mbps
Bandwidth Internet/OVH : 1 Gbps
mean i will take example we are communicating to non OVH to other DC...
that mean :
( outbound + inbound Traffic ) < 500 Mbps
( outbound max push 500 Mbps + Inbound max push 1 Gbps in same time )
if you are using like 300 Mbps inbound , you can only push < 200 Mbps in outbound ?