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if i get 2 1u colocation each have 3mbps speed, connect to firewall, how much speed i will get

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if i get 2 1u colocation each have 3mbps, and i connect it to my firewall which have 2 wan, the firewall have 4 rj45 lan to four of the server, does it mean there are sharing 6mbps speed or 3mbps?

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depends on your provider, but most likely 3mbps sharing
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hi, each u is 3mbps delicated bandwidth. connect to firewall still will be 3mbps?
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Then each server is maxed at 3mbps. There is no bonding.
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