In a web server network configuration how 10mbps uplink port and 100mbps uplink port make difference?

In a web server network configuration how 10mbps uplink port and 100mbps uplink port make difference?
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If you consider about a one to many connection but not a one to one connection than you will see a large difference.
whspiderAuthor Commented:
Well I'm a beginner can you explain a bit more?
If you have only one person looking at the web page, they would see no difference between 10mb and 100mb because both would be almost instant.  

If you had 10,000 people looking at the web page, then 100mb is going to give you far more bandwidth and better response time.  

Speed is a total of many factors.  The web page will be affected by how many users at one time, speed of Internet connection, speed of servers.  Network speed plays into this along with a few other things.  

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