Cheap Servers For VPN (Virtual Private Network) And Image Hosting With High Transfer
Jul 4, 2008
i looking for the servers (powerfull and cheap) i take this post in vps forum 2 day's ago but i understand that it is better for me to take the post in dedicated forum my friend's :
1-vpn server(with many ip)-->with high transfer + good performance(for start)
2-server for starting image hosting (with high or unlimited transfer + 100mbps )+atleast 50_60gb h.d.d
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.
I'm just wondering if people could point me in the direction of cheap VPS's - like under $10/month, but ideally nearer $5/month if such a thing exists..
I'm looking for one to host slave DNS so I obviously want it to be fast and reliable but I dont need it to be 100% mega reliable in the sense that an outage here and there wouldn't be the end of the world as there will be no web sites hosted on it.
I had been looking for an affordable VPS plan. Luckly I found this one at digitallinx.com. It costs me $5 a month, I installed mysql, apache, tomcat and they have been running smoothly with this VPS instance. To get a similar plan, it could cost at least $30 a month from other big providers like 1and1 and godaddy. Also their support is timely and very helpful.
I'm currently looking for a very cheap Windows VPS host, comparable to VPSland.com. Virtuozzo would be nice, and memory/bandwith isn't a big deal, price it the main concern right now. If anyone can help, that'd be nice
(P.S. - Plesk/Virtuozzo are required to make it possible that you may access the VPS server via web browser only? If so, that would be a must.)
I have a Softlayer Windows 2003 server and it comes with two Network cards. I was wondering how I can create a VPN to the server and then access internet from there on. Our local ISP has blocked Skype and I need to VPN into myu SL server to use it.
I happen to have a Nortel 2500 and 2600 they have really hit there limits and looking to a few alts... preferably open source or low cost... I have about 500 instant internet end points and slowly moving each location to a AVTS circuit (manage VPN via ATT).
So would any one know of a concentrator to work with nortel?...
I'm trying to setup a VPN server on windows 2003 standard. It suppose to work like this if configuration is correct: the server will have 20 static public IP addresses, each of my workstations will use one of the 20 IPs to connect to the server, then connect to the internet with the same IP it connects to the server. So if I do a IP lookup, each workstation will show a different public IP but the server will always assign the same IP to the same workstation.
Now all my workstations can connect to the server with any of the IPs I have, and they can surf the internet with no problems at all. However, if I do a IP lookup, every workstation shows the same pubilc IP which is totally not what I wanted. I have searched google and not much useful infor come up. Can any of the experts here help me out?
The Swedish parliament just passed a law mandating all information passing the Swedish borders to be copied to the government (no kidding). We wish to offer people VPN tunnels out of the country to protect their communication and therefore need:
* A location with good connectivity with Sweden (like somewhere in Europe) * A location where traffic is not normally routed through Sweden (such as Finland) * Lots of bandwidth * Many IP addresses * No storage space * Linux
I current have a VPS hosted with a host who rent racks from Gyron.net at Telstra Londong Hosting Center Datacenter (Docklands) and im very satisfied with the network but im looking to change hosts, so im looking to find hosting companies that also rent racks/network from Gyron.net.
So does anyone knows hosting companies that rent space/racks/network from Gyron.net?
I'm about to launch a viral project that has realy good potential to strike it big, but would like to clear a few things first.
I would not like to have it associated with my name - not that it anything illegal, but in real life I'm doing something completely different and on the record would like to keep it that way.
So that probably means keeping the whois private - but I have another question as well. Suppose the project strikes it big - would a diggin journalist be able to still get my name/data from a hosting company too?
Is there a good hosting company with an all-inclusive service that you could recommend (that would get me a private hosting plan + a private domain name/whois)? And that would be reasonably priced of course + more importanty reliable (note have problems if/when there is a massive traffic surge to my site at one point in time)
Would probably take a shared hosting plan - need only PHP and imagemagick to start with. But again - bit part of my concern is what happens if the project makes it big and there is a lot of traffic - so ideally "unlimited" bandwidth and responsive admins...
Hi, is anyone know the advantage of VPS hosting vs shared hosting? I found a cheap VPS plan at in2net.com. I can get 15G space, 200G bandwidth and 256 RAM for $9.95 a month. My site starts getting a lot of users, it might be an issue with shared hosting. My site also hosts a forum, and currently has 1000 unique visitors and 8000 pageviews daily. Sometime the forum has 30-50 concurrent members.
So, I'm just wondering in my case, wihch one would you choose, VPS or shared hosting? since they are the same price. I don't know how to manage servers, but my friend has a unmanaged server at theplanet, and he hasn't managed the server at all since he had it. So, if a VPS host comes with all the scripts installed, in this case, it doesn't require any management, am I right? oh, one more quesiton, is the plesk control panel works like whm panel? where each client has his own control panel?
I have a reseller shared hosting plan that allows for 50 sub-accounts and I'm using about 20. I am looking at getting a VPS with between 256 - 394 mb RAM and am wondering if I were to move all of my accounts to the new VPS would I be ending up with less RAM to use for all of my sites.
To put this another way how do most reseller plans manage RAM usage? Do each of my sub-accounts have access to say 64 mb RAM so that if I were to use all 50 sub accounts I would have access to 50*64 mb.
From what I've experienced and read with shared hosting my thought is I could end up with less access to server resources, CPU and RAM, with a VPS plan - though with VPS the resources are more guaranteed rather than being dependent on the usage of other accounts on the server.
The reason I am looking at a VPS account is that I have a site that will likely have 1000s of users with a server intensive script (Moodle) and I know it would violate the reseller account agreement. So maybe my plan should be to keep the reseller account and use it for my database driven sites and use the VPS for the server intensive site and my html based sites.
Also, my VPS choice seems to be narrowed down to Liquidweb, JaguarPC and Zone - has anybody heard of any negative experiences with Liquidweb? I can't find any.