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p0rn... lol j/k.. you could stream digital media to a website, host a website / ftp site, game server, you could use an online backup since you would not have slow upload speeds to worry about, last but not least is DO NOTHING juat worry about moving
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Originally Posted by Adversity View Post
I have 35Mbps upload and I don't do anything special with it.
Then what's the point of having it? I host 3 website out of my home server with 2 mbit up. If I had 35 up I could host a couple game servers with it. My friend hosts a source game server with his verizon fios 25/25.

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you could stream digital media to a website, host a website / ftp site
I know from the friend that has verizon, that in their consumer class fios TOS, you cannot have a server running on your connection. So, HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP are all blocked unless you step up to business. However, I also know, that is only on their own routers......
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I know from the friend that has verizon, that in their consumer class fios TOS, you cannot have a server running on your connection. So, HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP are all blocked unless you step up to business. However, I also know, that is only on their own routers......
It is true that it is against Verizon's TOS to run servers on residential service but the only port blocked is 25. It doesn't matter if you use the Verizon router; the other ports are closed by the traffic usage on them.
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