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Nov 27, 2008

High bandwidth, fast speed, any cp, basic hardware-manag. only, trustable

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Good Server With Fast HTTP Speed Capability

Jul 31, 2008

currently i am on OVH...and ovh's speeds are amazing when it comes to torrenting..and stuff..no problems whatsoever till now..but i am looking for a modest budget server than will give me good http speeds average 400-500KB/sec ...i dont care much abt the hard drive space..even a 40 geg hard drive will do..but all i need is a good RAM..i am expecting 300-400 max users to download from the server using http..concurrent connections may be not more than 150..so i definitely need a good RAM..3 gegs i presume? budget: preferably less than 100 dollars

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Fast Firefox And Bandwidth With Websites

Jun 30, 2008

I understand that in firefox you can

with this setting


make it so that the browser make so many requests

How does it effect bandwidth of websites and how one can prevent people from coming to your site with so many requests?

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Fast Webhost, Little Disk Space, With Php, Mysql, Phpmyadmin, And Alot Of Bandwidth

Apr 1, 2008

The most important requirement is that the webhost must be fast. It must have alot of bandwidth.

The disc space is not so important. 200 MB would be enough.

It must have PHP, MySQL and phpmyadmin installed.

Must be accesable through FTP.

There are offcourse more requirements. But the main thing is that i want it to be fast.

My pages will be only informative and exists of just mainly text and an image every now and then.

Do you know any fast webhosts that is good to handle websites with large amounts of visitors?

I'm looking for something around 6 dollars per month.

I dont know much about webhosting at all, so i'd appreciate any help i can get

Also i see websites where you can register a domain. But the prices vary, isn't a domain just a domain? What makes this price difference?

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High Speed Colo

Apr 3, 2007

a collocation facility that can handle the high demands of video streaming, live and on-demand. I am current peeking 90 megs on live streams which usually last for a couple hours, the on demand is not that high its about 10 mbs average. I am located in Jacksonville FL not that it matters but the closer the better. Does anyone know of any good collocation facilities

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FTP Server - High Speed / Capacity

Nov 19, 2008

I've been asked to look for a offsite ftp server solution as an alternative to having one inhouse attached to a 20-100mbps leased line. It will be used for storing ISO images of DVD's from client sites, must have a fast connection, reliable and full security.

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Bandwidth Cost And Speed

Dec 2, 2007

My users frequently tell me that my website is slow, but it doesn't seem to be so, for me. Are there objective tools and criteria to test its speed (response time, max transfer etc)?

Also, I'm currently paying $1 for GB of transfer. How much does it usually costs?

Since my hosting company sets php_safe off, I'm considering changing it.Can you guys recommend me a hosting plan that has:

- ssh with vi etc: this is important

- A FAST server

- Norway-based (to enjoy .torrents without being bothered) or US Based (to enjoy "fair use", which seems to be exclusive to the USA)

- 1-3GB of space

- LOTS of transfer. I don't consume many gigabytes yet, but someday I will.

- Some kind of hacking protection. I'm damn scared of my website suffering a vampire attack and having to pay for the raeped bandwidth.

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Need Back Up Server With High Speed Connection

Jun 4, 2009

I need a backup server

main tasks

- Download/Upload files from/to my other servers very fast.
- 1 GBps Port
- Storage no more 250 GB .
- 600 GB Traffic
- access the server from the IP no domain
- Cheaper always better : )

What offers / recommendation do you have for me?

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High Speed Connection For Office In San Diego

Oct 27, 2007

a faster internet connection in our office here in San Diego, because we are going to run a few servers out of the office.

Currently we have DSL, but the upload speed inst cutting it, our current plan is:

Download: 1.5mbps
Upload: 512kbps
1 Dynamic IP

We are looking for something with the following:

Download: 1.5mbps or greater
Upload: 1.5mbps or greater
1 Static IP Address

Can anybody recommend any solutions in particular? Is t1 the only solution? We want to keep costs inline, and under $150 a month.

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What Can I Do To Improve Bandwidth / Uplink Speed Of Server

Oct 4, 2008

As per topic, what is the best method to do to the hardware to improve bandwidth / uplink speed of server?

I have a production server that is used for regular file serving.

P4 3.0Ghz
500GB + 160GB + 160GB hard disk
2Mbps Dedicated + 10Mbps shared.

However, the most I can pulled through the whole server is always between 1.5Mbps - 3Mbps, anyway to pull the speed up to around 10Mbps should there be availability of bandwidth for me to burst?

For any informations, the hard disk is SATA 2.

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Current User DL Speed Monitor/Bandwidth

Jun 27, 2007

I currently have a windows 2003 server box which is being used only for huge file downloads (Media server). Wanted to know if there is some sorta program or script that lets me check the current connections and what speed each connection(ip) is downloading at?

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More Important For Shoutcast Server? Bandwidth Or Port Speed?

Jun 28, 2008

I wonder whatLs more important on a shoutcast server, to get more bandwidth per month as possible, or a faster port connection?

I have test a 2 hours music stream at 128k bit rate and was only 5MB per listener !
This is not to host 24/7 radios. Its a project to host DJs /Live Bands at
a maximum of 128k, with no more than 2 hours events.

Also each event between 50-80 listeners, and not at same days or hours.

About the port connection, what this means? :

Is it shared and from 10 to 100mbps?

I am trying to find the best deal with dedi servers.
Have at this moment a unlimited bandwidth /100Mbps shared, but it seems the CPU is too low (AMD Sempron 3100), as I canLt seem to create more than 40 shoutcast accounts (and no client is streaming, just ON), and the server load goes up to 4.5 !!

So, I am looking on the market , as I saw better deals with better processors (Pentium4, Core 2 Duo), and much cheaper (below $100), but they only offer 2000/3000GB bandwidth.

Whats do you think?

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Cisco 4006+4013+4232-L3 Bandwidth / Speed

Aug 16, 2007

I have a Cisco 4006 with a 4013 Supervisor and a 4232-L3 and 3 x 4148-RJ modules.

When downloading data from ServerA on the switch to ServerB on
the switch the download speed is limited to about 650KB/sec.

ServerA -> ServerB = 650KB/sec.

ServerB -> ServerA = 11MB/sec.

So the problem is in one direction.

Each server has its own VLAN and a /29 IP block and both servers are physically connected to the 4006's 4148-RJ modules.

This seems to affect servers at random.

This issue disappears if I change the /29 IP block on the server experiencing the slow downloads while still using the same VLANs and ports to a /29 not experiencing this issue.

When I change the /29 to one that is not affected the switch is capable of full wire speed which is approximately 11MB/sec sustained. When I change back to the old /29 the downloads are limited to about 650KB/sec max.

I have tried the following:

changing VLANs

changing ports on the 4006

replaced CAT5 patch cords

replaced NICs in affected servers

replaced motherboards in affected servers

had multiple people examine the configs

and a few other crazy ideas yet the problem persists.

This problem affects only a few servers on the switch however I have a similar problem on a larger group of servers as well.

Several servers are limited to 650KB/sec downloads from very fast servers outside the network on the public internet.

For example:

LocalServerA on the 4006 with a /29 is downloading from RemoteServerA on the internet and is getting about 650KB/sec.

RemoteServerA -> RemoteServerA = 650KB/sec

LocalServerB on the 4006 with another /29 is downloading from RemoteServerA on the internet and is getting 3-8MB/sec sustained.

RemoteServerA -> LocalServerB = 3-8MB/sec

If I change the /29 on LocalServerA to a /29 which is unaffected by this issue the speed problem disappears while still using the same hardware, VLANs and physical ports.

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Does Sql Uses High Bandwidth

Jun 16, 2009

I've a remote download site that uses tons of BW (about 900GB daily), and it uses sql connection quite alot - I've set it to max connection for my current server.

For now, I've the intention of separating main site with download server. where The main site will contains the sql DB. But my concern is, I want to buy a cheap VPS for the main site, but no idea if I need high BW and ram.

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High Bandwidth VPS

Jan 2, 2009

I host a podcast that's rapidly gaining popularity. At the moment, we push about 100gb/day of transfer for the episodes, but could easily double that in the next few months. I need a host that does at least 2tb a month with the ability to later upgrade to more. My operating budget is about 110$/month, but could go a little higher if needed.

Most of our activity is composed of sending files, so usage is pretty low. I'd probably only need a few gb to store the actual content (30mb mp3 files). It's also important that Adult material is allowed (the content of the audio podcast is explicit).

I'm aware of FDC and AT&T, but would like any other recommendations you guys could give.

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Best High Bandwidth Providers

Aug 3, 2008

I'm looking to get several dedicated servers, I don't require alot of processing speed or storage. And I'm not really picky about uptime, if the system is down for a few hours in a month its not a problem. What I need is alot of bandwidth. It needs to be quick and unlimited! What provider is going to give me the best deal?

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High Bandwidth = Unfunctional FTP

Apr 9, 2009

I have an unmetered server capped at 100Mbps.

The server is a media server, used to host heavy media files such as videos, flash and so forth. (there is no website on the server, just media files)

Everything works fine, all the media loads without a problem. Downloads are fast.

However, I have big trouble uploading stuffs. The FTP is either extremely slow or disconnects me.

I talked to my host, and they say the server is hitting 100Mbps bandwidth limit, and I should upgrade to 200Mbps. However, all my videos and media load fine, there are no problems except for the FTP.

Are there any solutions to this? I don't want to spend money on another 100Mbps just for FTP, especially when everything else is working without a glitch.

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High Bandwidth Log And Tools

Oct 25, 2008

Just an hour ago, my datacenter told me my server (cpanel + with CSF) is using up to 240mbps of inbound

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High Bandwidth Host

Aug 20, 2008

I have a client who has came to me for advice on his web site. I own a dedicated server and manage it using PLESK. I do pretty well managing it but I'm definitely not an expert on hosting by any means. So I need your help.

He is starting a new web site and he is going to do radio advertising on a lot of stations and expects to get a lot of hits. The web site seems to be pretty small with only a few pages of text and minimal pictures, so I don't think it will use that much just by the site being so small.

But anyway, I want him and me to feel comfortable that the site is not going to go down no matter how many hits he gets. How do I guesstimate this?

What are some good hosting companies that offer high bandwidth and protect you from overage charges -- or at least charge little for overages. I'm looking to spend less than $80/month. Also, do you have any idea: How many users will 10GB bandwidth cover if it's only a 5 page site with one picture on each page and 5 paragraphs of text just to get an idea.

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Firewall - High Bandwidth

Jan 27, 2007

I know someone is using the wget -r command on my server to recursively grab all files in a directory, I know their IP but I do not want to ban it completely, instead I was wondering is there a way to kill a connection if the bandwidth used by that connection gets too high?

I'm running CentOS 4

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Cheap High Bandwidth Self Managed

Apr 2, 2009

I'm at leaseweb atm - according to their graphs, I am doing around 17mbps 95th and paying $33/m USD for a C2D+1GB+160G HD. Overages are rather expensive though.

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I Want Dedicated Servers, High Bandwidth

Oct 23, 2008

I want new company for my servers

My servers for sharing files

So, I want high bandwidth

ex, 10.000GB BW per server out+in


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Extremely High Bandwidth Server

May 1, 2008

today i got a message from a client asking about hosting his video himself, catch is, he has a shitload of viewers, im looking at servers in the range of quad core (maybe dual quad), 8gig, 4 hdd raid10, gige uplink, however the kicker, depending on how out of whack my estimates are, 100 to 400mbit SUSTAINED upstream (spiking all the way to max'n that 'little' gige pipe)

Has anyone got suggestions on who i should even consider for this? I'm a bit dumbfounded myself as i'v never even thought about a server on this much sustained bandwidth before today.

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Web Hosting That Specializes In High Bandwidth

Sep 14, 2008

I have a dedicated server currently hosted over by Aplus.NET

I have a 3000 GB Monthly Transfer limit and we have been going over this limit for the past few months. This has resulted in a large sum of overage fees.

I am looking to go to another hosting company that is just as good as Aplus.NET, if not better... with a better traffic rate. A friend told me about Choopa.com and I wanted to know how good of a company they were. What are some other top reliable hosting companies with premium servers and that specialize in unmetered bandwidth?

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Find A High Bandwidth VPS Solution

Nov 28, 2007

I'm picking up a client who is a video production company and hosts a lot of their work for their clients on the web. They have two sites right now for two different branches of what they do, but they are beginning to scale up a bit and want to switch from a local ISP hosting package to something more commercial. I like the idea of a VPS, but their current budget is rather low. Because of that, I am a bit attracted to hosting packages from site5 and dreamhost (both of which I've heard good and bad things about).

Ideally, I would be looking for a VPS along the lines of:

50-75GB disk space
256-512MB RAM
750GB-1TB Bandwidth
Linux OS with Shell Access
cPanel or Plesk Control panel

It'd be nice to keep their budget around $50/mo, but I know that might be asking a lot. They have two websites currently for their production needs. What would be the advantages of a VPS over multiple hosting accounts at Site5 ($7.50/mo) or Dreamhost ($6/mo)?

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High Volume, Low(er) Cost Bandwidth In Panama

Jul 6, 2009

I'm looking at a project that would need to be located in Panama for server co-location.

It will be very bandwidth intensive, requiring 100 megabits to start and moving up from there. Going with a slightly more "value" oriented provider provided there's a backup (even lower bandwidth) available would be an option, as this application would tolerate limited periods of reduced bandwidth.

Can anybody point me in the direction of some data centers that might be worth looking at? Are there any bandwidth providers down there with a real value focus?

Right now, the best I've seen is $99/megabit from [url] I'm expecting bandwidth to cost more down in Panama, but I'd really like to push this number lower.

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Server Sending High Outbound Bandwidth

Nov 6, 2008

My datacenter has told me about my server sending high amount of outbound bandwidth from my server:

During the attack time my email logs, I found several messages:
cpdavd failed @ Thu Nov 6 12:21:18 2008. A restart was attempted

Question #1. How can I check which user is using cpdavd (connect from their PC to the home folder)

I suspect someone is connecting their PC to my server and uses very high bandwidth!

The datacenter says the attack is still going on when they plug in the server.

Question #2. How can I check what is sending outgoing traffic on the server right now?

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Is The Bandwidth The Reason Server Prices Are High Or

Sep 12, 2008

Like if you try to make your own server, it would cost a few thousand right? Or bought one from IBM or something. If you rent a server, it could cost you like double that I notice or even more in a period of a year.

I was looking at the prices of Xeon 5420 and they are like only 400 or something. Motherboard, ram, hdd's shouldn't amount to too much right?

And companies are charging like 50 bucks a month for a 2 gigs of ram.

Or am I actually looking at this wrong and actually am looking at desktop components? So is bandwidth the cost for these prices? In the long run aren't people being ripped off?

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Server Setup For MySQL + High Bandwidth

Jun 15, 2008

if I could get some input on this. Currently I'm running an Opteron 246, 2GB RAM with 2TB bandwidth/mo. I run a single site which is currently 99% HTML, along with an invision forum which is fairly popular. I get about 300-400k pageviews per day.

Right now the server is able to handle this stuff without much of a problem, and the average CPU load is between .5 and 3 (after a TON of tweaking!) - the only exception is when the forum db is being backed up/optimized, which isn't a huge problem since it happens during the off hours.

The problem is that I'm running out of bandwidth quickly, and need to come up with some kind of solution soon. My current provider offers bandwidth at $1/GB, which to me seems crazy compared to other providers, so that's not really an option.

I was thinking about switching to a more affordable provider and upgrading hardware, but I'm not sure what the best approach would be. I'm in the process of moving my HTML content over to a PHP-powered CMS, so I need to make sure whatever I do can handle that... What might be a decent setup for a site like mine which consumes a lot of bandwidth and will probably need more CPU power in the near future for PHP/MySQL stuff?

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Cheap High Transfer/bandwidth Hosting

May 22, 2008

I know you get what you pay for with hosting, but with the ridiculous overselling going on I am finding it hard to work out how much bandwidth I can genuinely expect to get with about 500MB space and 99%+ (preferably more like 99.5%) uptime for $5/month.

I will be using all this bandwidth for hosting legal mp3s (sanctioned for promotional use by labels and artists), and would prefer the host to be based in the US or UK.

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Any Experience With GoDaddy.com Dedicated Hosting? (I Need High Bandwidth)

Jul 20, 2005

I'm currently running a vBulletin message board with about 26,000 members. At any given time there are about 200 members actively posting.

Right now, we're on a dedicated server with Ilon hosting, however, my members are still complaining that the site runs VERY slowly when there are lots of members online.

To make matters worse, I want to launch a weekly podcast for them, so I'll need even MORE bandwidth.

GoDaddy.com is offering dedicated server accounts with high bandwidth limits (ie 2000 GB). Does anyone have any experience with them? ...

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