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Whats the most I should expect out of a bonded 2xT1?

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Whats the most bandwidth I should expect to be able to run constantly?  Do you think 2820kbps (both ways) would run OK?

Any suggestions for free network traffic generators, or speed tests to test speed from one computer to another?

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Sounds about right.

I would start with a file copy.

I hope this helps !
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