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April 07, 2016, 05:26:51 PM
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Hy ladies and gents,

i was wondering if someone could advise me how to calculate how much traffic a miner with 1TH/s is generating -> is this scalable to let's say 200TH/s

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April 07, 2016, 05:53:43 PM
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Hy ladies and gents,

i was wondering if someone could advise me how to calculate how much traffic a miner with 1TH/s is generating -> is this scalable to let's say 200TH/s

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You don't have a ton of data.   You should easily be able to scale any modern connections to 200 TH (cable, dsl, etc).  So internet is not a problem.  Some of the big operations have satellite internet as backup, but for most this is overkill having a hot connection ready to go.

The harder part might be the networking as if that is S7's that is a decent amount of gear still.
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April 07, 2016, 08:31:13 PM
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Hy ladies and gents,

i was wondering if someone could advise me how to calculate how much traffic a miner with 1TH/s is generating -> is this scalable to let's say 200TH/s

Kind regards,
elrippo

You don't have a ton of data.   You should easily be able to scale any modern connections to 200 TH (cable, dsl, etc).  So internet is not a problem.  Some of the big operations have satellite internet as backup, but for most this is overkill having a hot connection ready to go.

The harder part might be the networking as if that is S7's that is a decent amount of gear still.

The thing is just, that i have limited access to the internet and wanted to know how the SHA-256 calculates its traffic at 1TH/s

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April 07, 2016, 08:36:46 PM
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I run upward of 200TH here (probably closer to 300, but I'm not really sure) for 20-odd customers (so a lot of different pool connections) and it burns about 100kbit of internet bandwidth.

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April 07, 2016, 08:51:48 PM
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Hy ladies and gents,

i was wondering if someone could advise me how to calculate how much traffic a miner with 1TH/s is generating -> is this scalable to let's say 200TH/s

Kind regards,
elrippo

You don't have a ton of data.   You should easily be able to scale any modern connections to 200 TH (cable, dsl, etc).  So internet is not a problem.  Some of the big operations have satellite internet as backup, but for most this is overkill having a hot connection ready to go.

The harder part might be the networking as if that is S7's that is a decent amount of gear still.

The thing is just, that i have limited access to the internet and wanted to know how the SHA-256 calculates its traffic at 1TH/s

Your mining speed has very little to do with the bandwidth you use. If you want less data to be transmitted, then raise the share difficulty. You could even run everything through a local proxy and only have one connection running if you're so inclined to.

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April 07, 2016, 11:26:39 PM
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Plus most pools limit average per-miner bandwidth by controlling the difficulty. Kanno keeps it around 18 shares/sec.

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April 07, 2016, 11:35:31 PM
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I run upward of 200TH here (probably closer to 300, but I'm not really sure) for 20-odd customers (so a lot of different pool connections) and it burns about 100kbit of internet bandwidth.
That jives with what I see at work. FINALLY getting fiber into the industrial park where we are but still for now we just have bonded-T1 handling VOIP and a measly 1.75mbit dl speed Internet. The 90THs there does put a dent in that, so was thinking about putting in a 4g HotSpot. Bzzzt. Nope - to much monthly data When I looked into it think I was running 32THs and that was just under 10gb/month. I calc'ed (based on real data from s3's. Loved OpenWRT for that!) me eating around 25-30kbit. It doesn't need high bandwidth but that slow speed is non-stop 24x7x365 so adds up fast if using something with a data usage plan.

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