I have a T1 line at the small school I work at (maximum of 30 computers). I ran a speed test and received a .88Mbps. I ran the same test at home and received a 4.7Mbps on a cable connection. When I ran the test at work, there were only 4 other people on a computer. The school pays $24,000 for the T1 line. Part of that could be payment for actually running the line, I think the connection hub was 5 miles away. We are in a remote part of PA so future options could be limited. From what I know the overall Mbps is 1.5. So if we have 10 computers on the network, does it work like this... 1.5Mbps/10 = .15 Mbps each? Is T1 that slow? I thought T1 was a good connection? Has it just become old and outdated? Why is it that 10 years ago schools with hundreds of computers ran seamlessly on T1 and we can't run a maximum of 30 computers on it now?