We used a cache server from Cobalt Networks.
Personally I don't think caching is a viable solution
on the mid to small level ISP because the community is not large
enough to have a decent cache. I spoke to Cidera.com, they use a global
community of 8.5 million customers to create their cache.=20
This is what we are going to move to.
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From: Kenneth Jaeger=20
Sent: Tuesday, April 04, 2000 1:05 PM
Subject: [NTISP] Caching devices good? bad? Help
I manage a medium size ISP (about 9000 users) and we are looking at =
getting a caching device. I am looking for what kind of experiences =
other have had with them.
Does it speed up the pages for the end customer?
Does it cut down on T1 usage?
MPC Internet Services - Manager
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------=_NextPart_000_00F5_01BF9E44.6B487A60------- Original Message -----From:=20 Kenneth=20 JaegerSent: Tuesday, April 04, 2000 =1:05=20 PMSubject: [NTISP] Caching =devices good?=20 bad? HelpI manage a medium size ISP (about =9000 users) and=20 we are looking at getting a caching device. I am looking for =what kind=20 of experiences other have had with them.Does it speed up the pages for the =end=20 customer?Does it cut down on T1 =usage?Kenneth Jaeger
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