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Re: Tor bandwidth notation

     On Wed, 15 Jul 2009 23:48:01 -0400 grarpamp <grarpamp@xxxxxxxxx>
>Could some future release of Tor be made to use
>[data]bits and not [storage]bits? Every megabuck
>router I've used [cisco/juniper/etc] uses bits, not
>bytes. 1 megabit/s = 1000000 bits/s. ISP's sell pipes
>in bits/s. Hosters just convert that to bytes/month :(
>It just seems so weird, and a pain, to have to be
>converting everything back and forth for a pure
>network application like Tor.
>And yeah, I use netstat -w 8 by default :)
     Wouldn't it be easier just to use the ifstat display in systat?  Or
do you need to save the update history somewhere?

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