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Wireless usage cap removed from UofT's wireless networks.

The University of Toronto has removed the weekly usage cap on our wireless networks. Historically, most clients were afforded a limit of 2 GB of traffic per week. This policy was put in place at a time when there were fewer high-bandwidth applications serving an academic function, internet traffic was more expensive, and the tools to prevent one client from crowding out others on a network were not as refined as they are today. As we are reaching the culmination of a significant wireless infrastructure modernization project, these quotas have now been removed in order to offer better support for academic and related activities.

Last update: 2012-05-07 10:54
Author: James Lawson

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