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Re: Internet traffic and Azureus -



On Tue, 2007-09-25 at 20:22 +1000, Res wrote:

> But I still dont beleive that gives the users the right to treat their 
> conenction as a 1:1, they are in a shared pool, like all ISP's run, thats 
> why many ISP's have business grades, which are in fact 1:1, and should be 
> because they pay for it.

The advertisers of net flick would have them believe that you, as a
service provider, have nothing better to do than deliver their content.
Do you get paid by them, when all of your gear is pumping away like a
steam engine playing delivery boy for movies over the internet?? Then
your users expect you to bark like a seal, <arf! arf!> for no fish, when
the content doesn't stream fast enough?? I've always wondered who
benefits. And, who doesn't. And, how is the net supposed to handle that
volume of ever increasing data? Ric

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