15 thoughts on “Landmark moment : Traffic crosses 1Gbps”

  1. Congratulations to all members! Now that we have reached the landmark 1Gbps mark, look forward to 1.5Gbps in the next couple of months.

  2. Any interesting reasons behind this growth? Are there any particular factors for the increase in Exchange traffic?

  3. I think now those ISP who are not providing local NPIX bandwidth to customer should be unplugged from NPIX.

    and policy for minimum NPIX bandwidth to all Internet user’s should be made to monitor all ISP.

    ISP running in WIFI i.e Broadlink is giving 2-3 Mbps NPIX traffic per customer but ISP running in Fiber, Cables (Worldlink) are capping NPIX Bandwidth to 512kbps and most of the time it is not working ….

    NPIX admins, Need to think for it hai …..

  4. Bibek :

    Any interesting reasons behind this growth? Are there any particular factors for the increase in Exchange traffic?

    This is due to the increase in amount of local content.

  5. Ashok Gautam :

    I think now those ISP who are not providing local NPIX bandwidth to customer should be unplugged from NPIX.

    and policy for minimum NPIX bandwidth to all Internet user’s should be made to monitor all ISP.

    ISP running in WIFI i.e Broadlink is giving 2-3 Mbps NPIX traffic per customer but ISP running in Fiber, Cables (Worldlink) are capping NPIX Bandwidth to 512kbps and most of the time it is not working ….

    NPIX admins, Need to think for it hai …..

    The wonderful thing is we have a market economy and if a user is not satisfied by an ISP’s services, he/she can always buy services from bunch of other ISPs. It is up to the consumer to decide who he/she wants to buy from. No one should be forcing anybody.

    What I really like to see is every user getting a few Mbps bandwidth (or more) at their home for a minimal fee.

  6. Indiver :

    Ashok Gautam :
    I think now those ISP who are not providing local NPIX bandwidth to customer should be unplugged from NPIX.
    and policy for minimum NPIX bandwidth to all Internet user’s should be made to monitor all ISP.
    ISP running in WIFI i.e Broadlink is giving 2-3 Mbps NPIX traffic per customer but ISP running in Fiber, Cables (Worldlink) are capping NPIX Bandwidth to 512kbps and most of the time it is not working ….
    NPIX admins, Need to think for it hai …..

    The wonderful thing is we have a market economy and if a user is not satisfied by an ISP’s services, he/she can always buy services from bunch of other ISPs. It is up to the consumer to decide who he/she wants to buy from. No one should be forcing anybody.
    What I really like to see is every user getting a few Mbps bandwidth (or more) at their home for a minimal fee.

    How would Nepalese internet users know their ISP is not with NPIX complaint… not all users are tech enthusiasts and many don’t care either. So maybe NPIX should release some info. on public interest.

  7. Ekendra :

    How would Nepalese internet users know their ISP is not with NPIX complaint… not all users are tech enthusiasts and many don’t care either. So maybe NPIX should release some info. on public interest.

    We measure traffic on the Ethernet switches we operate and real-time aggregate traffic graphs are available.

    However, we do not collect information on individual member ISP’s bandwidth policy, which is entirely up to the ISP.

  8. Indiver :
    Increase in the amount of local content.

    I think this boost in internal traffic is mainly being driven by the content being delivered from Google cache servers at NT.

  9. some of the sites has been disabled by indian supreme court and we,nepalese also cant access these sites, who is resposible for it??

  10. Why is this that after so much consumption of Npix local bandwidth unser increasing day by day i see 1GB traffic cannot be raised .. is this the only capacity of local bandwidth that can bo hold huh….

  11. I think Mr. Ekendra’s question is not answered properly.

    Why only aggregated graph?

    I think, people should know how much local content delivered through each service provider facilitating local traffic exchange. So that end user can at least guess which service provider is the best contributor of local traffic observing graph.

  12. Dipak :

    I think Mr. Ekendra’s question is not answered properly.

    Why only aggregated graph?

    I think, people should know how much local content delivered through each service provider facilitating local traffic exchange. So that end user can at least guess which service provider is the best contributor of local traffic observing graph.

    Only aggregated graphs are available to public. As a standard practice, we do not publish details of individual port publicly.

  13. I think ISP are not interested to use NPIX traffic anymore … the NPIX traffic is decreased (250 Mbps) as compared to few months ago (1 Gbps), traffic decreased by 75% which should be increasing by min. 50% :(

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