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Hi,Experts! ! Can You Help Me??

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#1 m_sabbir


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Posted 16 April 2018 - 10:44 AM

Hello Experts,
I want to buy a vpn connection with a dedicated IP. But i don't know that, if i connect my pc with the dedicate vpn , Am i need Extra megabits after connected VPN server with Dedicated IP??
Such as : If i have 20 megabits in my modem and i will give connect my VPN .After connected, Can I browsing long time without my MB which is in my Modem???

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#2 Orecomm


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Posted Yesterday, 09:18 PM



There are two possible interpretations of your problem: Will the VPN impact the SPEED of my connection or the CAPACITY of my connection.


SPEED is the most common, if your connection is 20Mbps and you run a VPN over the connection the aggregate speed of both VPN and Non-VPN traffic will be (at most) 20Mbps. The throughput of your VPN will be your Modems 20Mbps minus non-VPN traffic and minus VPN overhead, usually about 20%, so about 16Mbps max.


CAPACITY is usually seen only on metered connections, where you are allowed only a limited number of bits or bytes, regardless of speed. In this case the VPN will consume MORE capacity than not using a VPN. The VPN traffic still counts against your total and the overhead of the VPN counts as well. 20 Megabytes would be an unusually low capacity limit, so I suspect SPEED is your issue.

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