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can a server help me

katojoe
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Hello I am trying to rap my head around servers and and network connections but my main question is am I limited by what my network provider can offer because we are running the best setup that they can provide us and we still are not getting great internet only moderate internet. Cost is not really a concern because no matter the cost i will find a way to get the money so please any help would be much appreciated 
 

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So you want to know if getting a server will improve your internet connection and network? No, it won't. What your ISP provides you is the best you're going to get without switching ISPs, nothing you purchase and install on your end will help unless you get another uplink from your current or a different ISP (in which case, the improvement is mostly redundancy and stability more than performance).

-KuJoe

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Server wont help. If the limit is at your end then you need better router and ethernet on the computer. If the limit is the ISP then you can only swap that.

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also depends what speed your isp is providing. if you have only 1-3mbps satellite internet or somthing then there not much of a way to fix it

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Forgive me for my miss wording I knew a server would bot help it's for storage not for my WiFi connection but thanks for replying. 

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