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Re: How do you stop outgoing spam?
On Tue, 10 Sep 2002, Brad Knowles wrote: > > Brad> No, the traffic budget is on upstream traffic, not > > Brad> downstream. Stream content all you want, but don't try to > > Brad> generate too much upstream traffic or you get your bandwidth > > Brad> severely curtailed. [The whole thing about port 80 upstream bandwidth limitations getting in the way of streaming audio/video sounds like nonsense to me, since this usually doesn't go _to_ TCP port 80, even flowing _from_ TCP port 80 is something I haven't seen this century.] > > good consumer... don't try to talk. just watch the propaganda... > Yeah, well. For Internet cafe's, this is probably a fairly > reasonable assumption. Ok, suppose someone can touch type. The world record is something like 600 key presses per minute, which is 10 41-byte TCP packets per second ~= 4 kbps.