Please give me the difference. Colo in carrier hotel, we can choose our preferred network provider, but should we do that if we cannot have our own tech in datacenter? How about the supporting service from carrier hotel? Just general question, cause I dont address exactly which facility.
And the second would be more expensive? Saying the same number of rack, amount of bandwidth... Who is providing IP addresses then?
I'm thinking about selling an old machine I have, and I'm just wondering a ballpark figure on what it's worth if I decide to ebay it. I think I need to upgrade to a Dual Quad Xeon box for the project I'm about to undertake.
I had a client that can no longer afford a dedicated server hes paying for.
Hes been with me for 4 years so I offered to pay for a vps for him for a few months. He had the dedicated server split into 1 linux side and 1 windows side so im going to get 1 linux vps from fsckvps *2gb ram* now im looking for a windows vps that has similar prices as fsckvps because he was only paying 70 per month for the dedi server.
I am getting my quote back Tuesday but need a little bargaining power with these guys...
Oakland, Ca datacenter
40mbps, 20A, 42U rack.
What should I be looking at price range here, how much per mbps?
Only info I've seen is from 2003 where people were saying $200/mbps. Obviously prices have come WAY down. I've seen people on here reselling internap bandwidth for $12/mbps, but they might have bought a huge commit.
We've been considering getting a cabinet at Level3 in Tampa and the last pricing we got was November 2006. Yesterday I spoke with the rep I'd been dealing with to place the order, and was told that Level3 raised their prices substantially as of January 1st.
The quote we got 2 months ago is now a full 30% higher.
Can anyone confirm whether Level3 really did take a fat increase, or am I being hustled?
I am looking for a Procurve 2848 switch. It's listed on ebay with different prices (from 650 to 3000usd). I wonder what price I should consider as a fair price? Dont want to pay much, but dont want to buy broken unit at cheap price either. An used one is fine whenever it's still working at all ports
There is a new page on Rackspace's website where they are offering to match the price of any hosting company that sells the same package of specifications. It sounds like there will be no compromise on the standards of service included in the deal.
I would like to know what everyone pays/expects to pay for additional power circuits? How much is your colocation provider charging you, and how much profit do you think they are actually making (assuming they make some profit off of power?)
I've been getting quotes on Cisco 2960G switches (specifically 2960G-24TC-L) and looking for those that have also purchased to determine if I'm getting a decent deal or not. These are brand new from a major vendor for $1899 each shipped. Am I in the ballpark?
List is $3200 and most other places seem to be right around $2k so far.