There are a ton of variables to consider when trying to size a circuit.
Will all seven be used at the same time? Will they be accessing the internet via this link? Will they be mapping shared drives to servers on the other side of the link. Will they be accessing e-mail across this link from an e-mail server? etc.
Normally, seven devices doing random e-mail, random internet, etc. would run fine on a 56k line. If you introduce drive mapping across the link, large e-mail attachments, large file transfers, video, or audio, a larger ciruit is better.
A 128k circuit should be fine for your setup. If per chance all 6 devices were accessing a large e-mail attachement at the same time, you would notice some slowdown in internet response times but that is not likely to happen very often if at all.
You can always upgrade to a 128k/256k frame-relay circuit if that becomes a major issue.
Sorry this reply to awhile as the Holidays have kept me out of the office.
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