Have to make the choice between internet that's reasonably priced or internet with extremely fast upload speed.. This is difficult.
@pavot I would argue that quality of service is the most important aspect. 25Mbps can feel faster that 50Mbps if the connection is stable and reliable.
@redeagle in this instance I imagine they'll both be about equal in reliability, although it might be worth looking into. 👍
@pavot Then I would go with reasonably priced unless you have a lot of people at your home using it at once.
@redeagle my main consideration is 1gbps and 10mbps change what I can accomplish with a homeserver. 🤔
I don’t think it’s worth my upgrading anytime soon, because my internet caps out at 106 mbps, and I’m not getting gigabit anytime soon, thanks to Australia’s national broadband network rollout (it’s take 8 years to get here..)
@pavot Yeah. That makes a big difference. If you plan on opening any ports to the internet for a home server, you'll want a decent firewall.
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