[AusNOG] Mobile Data Capacity - Where's the bottleneck?
roy at racs.com.au
Mon Mar 23 14:01:52 EST 2020
+1 needed for clarification also.
Philippines carriers are a mess.
Just to add to the mix, the provider I use has 10+ APN's, and on any given
day, 1 or 2 of the APN's will be consistently faster than the other 8.
So Backhaul, Spectrum, APN are the factors where I cannot figure the
Industrial 4G/LTE router with Cat6 aggregation, and 3 or 4 out of 5 bars
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On Mon, 23 Mar 2020 at 12:42, Troy Kelly <troy at troykelly.com> wrote:
> I understand that this isn't directly related to shifting packets - but
> it's come up in discussions a few times, and I feel like my understanding
> of things is wrong - if somebody has a few minutes for a diversion to their
> day - I'd love some clarity.
> If a mobile carrier was to remove data caps, there would obviously be
> increased demand on the network. One of the arguments against removing data
> caps is that there is "not enough spectrum" available - and this there
> would be a massive speed impact for all users of the cell/tower.
> My understanding was that the tower slowdowns were typically related to a
> lack of backhaul - but the argument I am seeing is that it is spectrum
> Thanks in advance for any clarity you can share.
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