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  1. I've hosted COD games from my home network with 2 pc's, one running the server and the other I'm gaming on with my friends connecting up to me. I'm curious as to your connection to the internet because you stated you've hosted 32 players with no lag and your system specs aren't that spectacular *(spelling)*. I've tried hosting with Cable (3.0Mbps down 300Kbps up) and it sucked, of course upload speed is what your after in that case and that's why I've switched to my new service of DSL (1.5Mbps down 1.0Mbps up) but I haven't tried hosting on this connection yet. Just some FYI I guess, besides m
  2. I've hosted COD games from my home network with 2 pc's, one running the server and the other I'm gaming on with my friends connecting up to me. I'm curious as to your connection to the internet because you stated you've hosted 32 players with no lag and your system specs aren't that spectacular *(spelling)*. I've tried hosting with Cable (3.0Mbps down 300Kbps up) and it sucked, of course upload speed is what your after in that case and that's why I've switched to my new service of DSL (1.5Mbps down 1.0Mbps up) but I haven't tried hosting on this connection yet. Just some FYI I guess, besides m
  3. I've hosted COD games from my home network with 2 pc's, one running the server and the other I'm gaming on with my friends connecting up to me. I'm curious as to your connection to the internet because you stated you've hosted 32 players with no lag and your system specs aren't that spectacular *(spelling)*. I've tried hosting with Cable (3.0Mbps down 300Kbps up) and it sucked, of course upload speed is what your after in that case and that's why I've switched to my new service of DSL (1.5Mbps down 1.0Mbps up) but I haven't tried hosting on this connection yet. Just some FYI I guess, besides m
  4. I've hosted COD games from my home network with 2 pc's, one running the server and the other I'm gaming on with my friends connecting up to me. I'm curious as to your connection to the internet because you stated you've hosted 32 players with no lag and your system specs aren't that spectacular *(spelling)*. I've tried hosting with Cable (3.0Mbps down 300Kbps up) and it sucked, of course upload speed is what your after in that case and that's why I've switched to my new service of DSL (1.5Mbps down 1.0Mbps up) but I haven't tried hosting on this connection yet. Just some FYI I guess, besides m
  5. I've hosted COD games from my home network with 2 pc's, one running the server and the other I'm gaming on with my friends connecting up to me. I'm curious as to your connection to the internet because you stated you've hosted 32 players with no lag and your system specs aren't that spectacular *(spelling)*. I've tried hosting with Cable (3.0Mbps down 300Kbps up) and it sucked, of course upload speed is what your after in that case and that's why I've switched to my new service of DSL (1.5Mbps down 1.0Mbps up) but I haven't tried hosting on this connection yet. Just some FYI I guess, besides m
  6. I hope your not implying that ethernet is data secure. Maybe in it's use of speed on networks but surely you don't mean data security. Either way the post topic is about speed and yes your correct in that burst of up to 1.5Mbps is avg these days and surely not worth the avg of 300-900Kbps your reading about. My DSL was just ramped up to 1.5Mbps down and 1.0Mbps up and it's only costing me $40/mo. (US). Can't complain too much about that. In fact I switched to this DSL from my Cable which was 3.0Mbps down and only 300Kbps up. Upload is what I'm after and that's why I switched. On that note
  7. I hope your not implying that ethernet is data secure. Maybe in it's use of speed on networks but surely you don't mean data security. Either way the post topic is about speed and yes your correct in that burst of up to 1.5Mbps is avg these days and surely not worth the avg of 300-900Kbps your reading about. My DSL was just ramped up to 1.5Mbps down and 1.0Mbps up and it's only costing me $40/mo. (US). Can't complain too much about that. In fact I switched to this DSL from my Cable which was 3.0Mbps down and only 300Kbps up. Upload is what I'm after and that's why I switched. On that note
  8. I hope your not implying that ethernet is data secure. Maybe in it's use of speed on networks but surely you don't mean data security. Either way the post topic is about speed and yes your correct in that burst of up to 1.5Mbps is avg these days and surely not worth the avg of 300-900Kbps your reading about. My DSL was just ramped up to 1.5Mbps down and 1.0Mbps up and it's only costing me $40/mo. (US). Can't complain too much about that. In fact I switched to this DSL from my Cable which was 3.0Mbps down and only 300Kbps up. Upload is what I'm after and that's why I switched. On that note
  9. I hope your not implying that ethernet is data secure. Maybe in it's use of speed on networks but surely you don't mean data security. Either way the post topic is about speed and yes your correct in that burst of up to 1.5Mbps is avg these days and surely not worth the avg of 300-900Kbps your reading about. My DSL was just ramped up to 1.5Mbps down and 1.0Mbps up and it's only costing me $40/mo. (US). Can't complain too much about that. In fact I switched to this DSL from my Cable which was 3.0Mbps down and only 300Kbps up. Upload is what I'm after and that's why I switched. On that note
  10. I hope your not implying that ethernet is data secure. Maybe in it's use of speed on networks but surely you don't mean data security. Either way the post topic is about speed and yes your correct in that burst of up to 1.5Mbps is avg these days and surely not worth the avg of 300-900Kbps your reading about. My DSL was just ramped up to 1.5Mbps down and 1.0Mbps up and it's only costing me $40/mo. (US). Can't complain too much about that. In fact I switched to this DSL from my Cable which was 3.0Mbps down and only 300Kbps up. Upload is what I'm after and that's why I switched. On that note
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