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How To Distribute Internet Using Leased Line Of 2 MBPS

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    Question How To Distribute Internet Using Leased Line Of 2 MBPS

    Hi,
    I want to know how can we distribute or split leased line on different computers.
    My local ISP uses 2 mbps leased line and he distributes it to about 200 houses (he will never tell how he do this)
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    I am from New Delhi. I just want to know how can he split 2 or 4 mbps into so many connections.
    Is there any special apparatus used for this purpose moreover if he splits 2mbps to so many connections why does not BB speed slows down because if 4 people take 512 mbps connection from him it is equal to 2 mbps and that's what his leased line limit.
    Which companies provide leased line connection in Delhi and I will be grateful if any one provides me with their link.
    I am expecting help from you guys.
    Please help me if you have any knowledge on this topic. I will be very grateful.
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    1.
    Presume you just get a rj45 cable to connect to computer.
    Then log in.
    Do you ( or your friend ) have a stand alone wifi router like Netgear wgr614v9 /?
    Use this and select DYnamic IP .
    Create your local LAN.
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    Or download/install software "Connectify" in laptop connected to above.
    You can have a Local wifi lan ( limited range )
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    Do you want to set up similar system in your neighbourhood ?
    or just curious ? What is your budget ?

    Feedback.

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    If you are from Delhi you must be knowing that here are many local ISPs (like cable wallas) who provide cheap internet connections in their area. I am referring to one such kind of ISP who deal in my area.
    He provide internet through wire and have made electric poles as his nodal point where he have fixed one box in which there is a switch through which he distributes connections in adjoining area (his overall coverage area is about 1 or 1.5 KM).

    I know he have a 2 mbps lease line through which he distributes connection, I just want to know if there is any specific technique of doing this as for me it seems practically impossible to distribute 100 connections from a single lease line ( as per my thinking 2 mbps = 4 connections of-- 512 kbps ) so how can numerous connections of desired speed be distributed)

    What is cost of leased line in Delhi by different service providers

    If any one have any knowledge about this topic please do reply.
    Warm Regards.

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    Your Question is very interesting.....

    Guys Please Reply

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    @sarveshmotihari - Thanks


    Please Reply Guys......

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    This can be done so easily using wifi spots.
    there are softwares for free on sourceforge where you can do best encryption possible to your hotspot.
    job takes the child away.

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    Although I don't know much about wifi and hotspot but what I have seenis being done through wires and switches in range of about a kilomters moreover most of the peoples don't have wifi enabled devices over here so ISP prefer to provide wired internet.
    Is it possible to distribute numerous connections with a simple 2 mbps leased line without any fluctuation in speed?

    Please help.

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    yes very much possible.

    I think you can do that without using a LAN cable as well.
    1. The laptop which connects to the internet directly :
    a). Go to Run > Type cmd
    b). Type ipconfig /all and note down the ip address.

    2.Connect both computers using Adhoc Network/use a LAN cable. Check their connectivity using ping command.

    3. The laptop which acts as client(needs internet access):
    a). Assign it a static ip of the same subnet as the server.
    For example: Server ip : 192.168.1.2 Client ip : 192.168.1.x
    where x can be any number from 3 to 254
    b). Assign the ip of the server as the Gateway of the client. ie 192.168.1.2

    4. Install the Software Analog X on the Server laptop. Check its read me file for any default configuration.

    5. Client laptop:
    Go to Internet Explorer > Tools > Options > Connections > LAN settings
    6. Select Use a proxy server for your LAN . Give the ip address of the server laptop. Fill the port address carefully as mentioned in Analog X read me file.
    7. Click OK. Restart Internet Explorer

    Try using ping command at intermediate stages to check whether the connectivity is still there.
    Hope that helps

    (POST BY RAMAN009 USERNAME OF THIS FORUM)

    softwares connectify and mefy

    and here

    ask(dot)metafilter(dot)com/66940/Long-distance-network-run
    obviously yo gotta change dot to .

    still ask all your subscribers to have wifi man its cheaper.. cable is old day stuff.

    read stuffs about thinnet on internet dude.
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    @ Mickey
    Thanks man....

    Your reply was really satisfactory.
    Could any one please tell me if how many connections( speed varying from 64 kbps to 512 kbps) we can distribute with a single 2 or 4 mbps leased line connection.( I don't know how but my local ISP provides more then 100 connections using a single 2 mbps line).
    If any one have any knowledge on this topic please do reply.

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    around 25-30 64kbps connections. with a 2mbps line..
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    could you tell are the users can open and download from sites such hotfile, filesonic, fileserver simultaneously?

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    @ Micky---

    Thanx 4 reply.....

    Will'nt it get clogged???

    So how much bandwidth is req to distribute 512 mbps connection?? (4 mbps I guess)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mickey View Post
    around 25-30 64kbps connections. with a 2mbps line..
    But the operators give connection to say 100 people with a bandwidth of 512 kbps to every customer on a 2mbps leased line.....According to your post it should give 64 kbps and not 512 kbps??

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    I really don't dont know the dedicated line business..

    I think 2mbps dedicated means "Line full of 2mbps".
    All ISPs work on this technique thats why cable internet is so slow (and so disrupted).
    This means that there is a probability that to give a certain user 512kbps you will do some settings on some software. I have done this. for 8 computers on a 512kbps line. And everyone was crazy. But than some guys in your cafe are either just on IM or browsing google(and noone is downloading.)

    This is why we all get slow speeds on torrents, on downloads because of dedicated line is abused with too many people sharing the same bandwidth. (ISPs idea is "Not everyone is downloading aight?!!). But times are changed since 2004 etc.
    People have torrents, file sharings, watch streamed videos, watch porn stuff that eats alot of bandwith.

    ISPs got too ways do this.

    1. they will ban users with UL and speed stuff. (FUP)
    2. they will install new technology(in India forget this, here main idea is to get money anyway)
    3. they will ban torrents and file sharing networks.(This is most practically done by ISPs many a times, viz. Reliance blocked rapishare and torrents, Airtel blocked certain sites previously)..

    I hope my detailed post has exlained the issues very well.
    About different guys on this kind of network same internet :
    They can do with proxies only. (Because I.Ps will be same, many a times cable users faced this challenge in older days one may know).
    And yes, cable internet is 'Always on' , this is the best thing about it, as the source line is "Dedicated". 30 users is theoritical stuff. You dont divide 2mbps in 30 guys lol.. keep it to 4-8 and net will be faster.
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    The logic that ISP use is that at any given time not everyone who is subscribed is going to use the net access its like 1:120 or something like that I Mpbs connection should be enough to share with 20 users, this works okay many good ISP and business class have 1: 8 ratio or 1: 4 a dedicated pipe i.e a leased line is a lot more expensive coz its 1:1 ratio 24x7 so a 2 Mbps dedicated line can cost a couple of lacks.

    Any Doubts??

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    Default I have cheapest Lease Line

    If you want lease line then contact me..

    08959054321/09926425345

    I can also tell how to distribute with different rate plans and speed..

    Complete solution for broadband business..

    Thanks.

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    i saw some where they are using 250 systems over one 2mbps leased line

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