on a comcast business currently used as exclusive connectivity to the setup..seems like a 18Mbps download as i think they maintain atleast a 13-15Mbps SLA
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do have clear 4g 6Mbps for all other stuff...which want to upgrade due to ability for HD viewing at times. not trading currently else had also ATT drop in.
was recently talking to some folks offering Line of Sight...but other than that see only Comcast / ATT as the offerings. will be great to know of any other alternatives offerings of at-least 11Mbps or more from any Bay area people.
also any reco's for load balancer....only for Wan failure?...nay something in the 200-400$ range? ..dont need anything fancy just a Wan failover.
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Noticed a lot of people just carrying out a speed test against the nearest server on speedtest.net that they can find. That's not a useful measure. For the average user, most of your traffic will not be to/from that server <50 miles away from you.
Are you just looking for a load balancing router? Probably TP-LINK for $100+.
If you're looking for a secondary ISP, you *might* (not sure what are the rates in SF) be able to find Cogent dedicated internet access at that rate. Or drop to Comcast/Verizon residential as your backup service and then use Cogent as your main, the total cost should be lower than maintaining a Comcast business line + secondary ISP.
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