Upgraded my internet speed, is this enough for ADB-S traffic?
yes, by orders of magnitude…
10kb/sec to the server is a lot. you’re good.
I’m running a Flightfeeder and Fr24 receiver on a 2G mobile internet plan. :mrgreen:
I am guessing from the smiley face that wnypoker already knew the speed was more that sufficient.
My link hosts two feeders feeding Flightaware, FR24 and PlaneFinder with no issues.
You can see how woeful my link is in the image below.
Oh and it only costs USD$85 per month.
Heh. Sorry, I was just so happy that I got to turn in my Time Warner cable boxes and switch to fiber. Pretty sure my family thinks I’m nuts, I’ll just giggle for a few seconds at random while online.
I would expect such a fast connection to cost a fortune but seeing as you are in the USA it probably costs less than what i pay for my super slow link.
With that sort of speed you needn’t mess about hosting a Flightaware feeder, just host Flightaware itself.
Was in a planned brownfield FTTP area but change of Government saw it changed to FTTN (backwards move). I’m 750m (820 yards) from the node (vectored VDSL2) in cable length, 100/40 Mbps is out of the question.
At the moment I have a ADSL2+ connection but only get 13-15/1 Mbps sync speed, always max out the upload but have the ADS-B boxes as priority so no data is lost when it is maxed out.