Hi again to all people in here. Only cares about a question that is in being curiousity. Wait I know what the bandwidth is .The thing i wonder is something else. When we set up a connection (assume DSL connection type) for instance a web server, lets say my downstream/upstream speed is 1024/256 Kbps. first question : communicating with the web server has same steps on both downstream and upstream events ? second question : At the time i connect to a web server, my ISP has given me 1024 Kbps (equal to 128 KBps) and that time, not many people connect to this web server. 2 seconds later, some more people tried to connect and the amount of data being transferred to me decreased. For example from 20 K to 10 K. The thing i wondered is the bridge here.(Consider the web server is also in my country) which bridge ? my computer --- ISP --- web server among which, is this amount of data decreased? between my computer and ISP or ISP and web server ? If answer is the second one, does it also affect the amount of data on the first?