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Dumbbell69

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I guess this should be in the web hosting offer forum?

and you announced this yesterday in the free web space forum.
 

NexDog

New Member
I think he means that you should be saying 1GB rather than 1 GHZ as what you said makes absolutely no sense.

And how many servers are you bringing online at the same time? As most companies just start off with one. All too many host talk about "our servers" or "our network" when they either have 1 server or none.
 
We are offering 1 gb of bandwidth per month. We are starting out with two servers, but they are together on a rack. If we start to host enough people, we will expand to more.
 

Coight

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Not to discredit you or anything, but if someone can make such a big mistake "1 GHZ" as apposed to GB then well their is something wrong.

You should colocate your servers, more security, ups, better connections and will cost you less then using your own facilities.
 
It was midnight when i posted it. I was tired and wasn't paying attention to the smallest details. If you think the servers aren't going to be secure, we have already bought a watchguard firebox mechanical firewall (no not black ice or norton personal firewall).
 

NexDog

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Sounds like they secure from cyber attack but what about:

1) Theives
2) Power failure
3) Bad air conditions
4) Fire risk
5) Internet Connection

....and all the other things that a data center offers? You can't seriously expect to run hardware from a plaza office. It's quite ridiculous. My advice to you is to put them into a data center near you. Co-lo can be quite cheap and well worth it.
 

Chicken

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graham697, all paid hosting related threads *must* be posted in the web hosting offers forum (where this has been moved).
 
These are only two servers. They aren't a whole room full. I don't think we need to be worrying about thieves (there's an alarm system), there are people in the office full time, and the ISPs have 24 hour support and on-site repair. We wouldn't have purchased them if we knew something would happen.
 
Oh, I almost forgot...Power failure...we will have them running off one or two APCs (after all, Tampa Bay is the lightning capital of the world).
 

Robert

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Originally posted by Myacen Network
Not to discredit you or anything, but if someone can make such a big mistake "1 GHZ" as apposed to GB then well their is something wrong.

You should colocate your servers, more security, ups, better connections and will cost you less then using your own facilities.
webhosting companies think alike.. i was about to say that too. mb and gb can easily be mixed up.. but ghz and gb are not even related.
 
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