What is the actual value or meaning of the bandwidth?

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Hi,,,, How are you? I wish you were very good!!

as the title of the topic, If we say the e.g 15000 MB . How many of visitors can the affort per second or minutes??

Regards
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  • Profile picture of the author zimzalabim
    No "fixed" answer - bandwidth will be eaten up by search engine robots, email traffic, as well as visitors to your site and what they do when they are there - how many pages they view, the size of the pages, any downloads and the download size etc.

    All activity on your site will generate bandwidth - how much is dependant on just what. For example 1,000 downloads of a 1mb file - 1gb give or take.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kingfish85
    Originally Posted by JoelDean View Post

    Hi,,,, How are you? I wish you were very good!!

    as the title of the topic, If we say the e.g 15000 MB . How many of visitors can the affort per second or minutes??

    Regards
    "hits/visitors" doesn't equate to "bandwidth".

    Bandwidth is the amount of data being transferred.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bandwidth_(computing)
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  • Profile picture of the author GamerZag
    This is real easy to figure out.

    • Close all your browsers. Then open one. Clear all your cache. Then open up Windows Resource Monitor. Locate your web browser and locate the data transmitted (should be close to 0).
    • Then visit website, click around, etc.
    • Go back to the Resource Monitor and locate the bandwidth your browser used
    • Take that number (Eg, 7.5MB) and divide it by your total bandwidth alloted = total viewers you can have per month/etc.
    That's it! Nothing hard or fancy involved.
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  • Profile picture of the author eklipz316
    Good advice from GamerZag of how to estimate your limit. Keep in mind though, that different pages have different sizes depending on what's on them. If you have a page that's streaming a self-hosting video file for example, it will eat up your bandwidth way faster than say, an about page.
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