I do. I run a squid cache (that way filtering comes easy too). I get a
hit rate of 40% (40% of requested items come from the cache), and this
accounts for 20% of the bandwidth (the 40% are usually small graphics,
etc). So I stretch my bandwidth by about 20%.
Peter R. wrote:
Do any of you use caching to save on bandwidth consumption?
Blair Davis wrote:
The other point is, that with a good mix of residential and business
customers, and a little creative thinking, one can match their usage
patterns to minimize ones peak bandwidth requirements while still
providing the 'fast, snappy feel' that the users prefer....
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