To introduce network bandwidth and load, this guide is a component of Antminer KA3 Network/Internet Set Up.
The equation to figure out how many servers are needed and how much bandwidth is needed is: Network bandwidth (Mbps) = number of servers (sets)/150. Enterprise broadband upstream and downstream bandwidth, for instance, shouldn’t be less than 20Mbps for a data center hosting 3,000 servers.
There are currently two types of broadband:
- The bandwidth of a dedicated line, such as a 100M dedicated line, is the same upstream and downstream. So, 100M are present both upstream and downstream. The formula above states that approximately 15,000 machines can be transported.
- The uplink for typical household broadband is typically 1/10 as fast as the downlink. In the case of 500M broadband for home use, the theoretical downlink rate is 500Mbps, while the theoretical upload rate is typically in the range of 50Mbps. This calculation indicates that there are approximately 7500 standby units in use.
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