Does anyone here run a 24/7 server from their regular home cable connection? I'm running a web server from my Power Mac G4 right now, and it seems to get decent speeds (around 60kb/s). That's plenty for HTML/images, which is all it's serving. I'm wondering if this is bad for my overall network though, as I've had complaints that the internet is "slower" since I've set it up, however they don't know what they're talking about, because no one even would know to visit the server. Basically what I'm asking, is: If it starts to get busy, not super busy, but a few visitors a day, you know, would that really make a big difference with browsing, etc., or would it only affect my upload, not download? I know home cable connections aren't really made for servers in the slightest way, so that's why I'm asking.