Looking For 100mbps With Adult Allowed

Apr 9, 2008

I`m looking server with 100mbps unmetered or stable 10mbps unmetered in europe, adult allowed, 2GB RAM, p4 or something, ~300GB HDD... could You help me somehow?

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Virtual Private Servers With Adult Content Allowed?

May 26, 2007

I am in the process moving to new VPS, what i want is:

- Linux/Unix VPS
- Adult content allowed
- DirectAdmin Control panel
- Minimum 3-5GB Space
- Minimum 150+ GB Bandwidth
- No Setup fees
- Total Monthly price <= $30

Please if you know such good VPS post here.

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Is There Anyone Knows For A Good Hosting,which Is Allowed : Adult Site & Casino Site?

May 21, 2008

is there anyone knows for a good hosting located in uk,which is allowed : adult site and casino betting online site ?

im looking for vps and dedicated server.

please help me i really need as soon as possible.thx

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Jan 2, 2009

Let's say I have a site that gets around 500,000 page views per day, has an average of 150 - 200 users online at any given time, and runs 1000+ queries per second. Should I stick with a 100mbps uplink speed, or would I be able to see a difference with a 1000mbps speed?

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Apr 11, 2008

When service providers advertise a dedicated server for lease (or colocation) and they mention 100Mbps port (sometimes uplink port), what are they referring to?

Are they referring to the port speed of the switch that the NIC is attached to?

Or is it the router's port speed where this switch ( which in turn the server's NIC is attached to) is attached to such that no matter what the NIC speed is (e.g. 100Mbps or 1Gbps), the traffic that passes thru the server is capped to 100Mbps?

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Mar 18, 2007

We currently have a single 100Mpbs (currently pushing ~40Mpbs) feed from a single upstream provider. Routing is handled by our transit provider.

We wish to provide a more resilient setup and are now looking to install our own BGP router(s) and take a second feed from another provider. I have a looked around the Cisco website and this forum but am unsure which model of routers / layer 3 switch we should be looking at.

A layer 3 switch looks more cost effective but doesn't appear to support enough routes for BGP without great expense. Would a 2600 router be enough or should I be looking at something higher like the 7600 series?

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10mbps As Opposed To 100mbps

May 20, 2008

I was on the phone with tech support at a datacenter that hosts one of my servers and I asked him as I have all my servers beside this particular one on 100mbps connections about the noticable difference between the speeds as 10mbps is fast to begin with.

I was told that he, from personal experience, never noticed the difference between the two because any computer he accessed his sites/files from never had a connection itself of over 4mbps.

He then went on and said the only people that 100mbps would benefit are people who personally have a computer that has a speed of over 10mbps.

I'm gullable and he was very convincing but does anyone have a better explanation of noticable difference (from the client perspective) between the two speeds?

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Want Vps With 100mbps Uplink Port

Jun 19, 2008

i want vps with 100mbps uplink port

vps 1 gb or little i just use it for uploading

and i want it with uploading speed 100kb/s

can i get it?

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DBServer + WebServer For Under 500 - With 100Mbps

Nov 27, 2008

Due to our bad connectivity in our actual French hosting provider (OVH), we need to search for alternatives.

Please post opinions about other hosting companies that can give same configurations at a reasonable price, if possible with related experience with them.

Actually -from 1 year ago- we have the following configuration at OVH:

1xDBServer: Intel Q6600, 1x250GB, 8GB DDR2, 100Mbps (not real on a daily constant), Wind2K3 STD. : 130eur. + vat
1xWebServer: Intel Core2, 1x160GB, 1GB DDR2, 100Mbps (not real on a daily constant), Win2K3 WEB Ed. : 49eur. + vat
All days we have traffic problems, with low real bandwith connection, also with poor pings to/from Spain (where most percentatge of our users come).
We need to find a hosting provider with a same or a litle best configuration with the follow requisits:

-100Mbps per server [If possible, 100Mbps dedicated (non shared, without aggregation ratio)], UNMETTERED.

-IMPORTANT: Good bandwith connectivity

-Preferable Datacenter hosted in Europe

-WebServer same config, but 2GB DDR (also can be an AMD), if possible with W2K8 WebEd.

-DatabaseServer same config. preferable with 16GB DDR, also preferable -optional- with 2x or 3xSAS 15K. (RAID 1 or Raid 5)

-Possible upgrades (specially beacuse OVH is the first to launch a server with Intel 25GB SSL drives that are superfaster (look at ovh.fr for model HG2009). Any other has support or previsions to serve SSL Drives?)

-If possible, with X days break of contract agreement (money back guaranteed)
We can pay some more at a month, but on the first months we can't pay more than around 500$/Euros.

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Feb 16, 2007

I've been happily hosted in Equinix Ashburn for over a year now, so I haven't been looking into price changes over the past months. However, my colo provider suddenly decided to raise prices by 20% on me, saying that space and bandwidth has become scarce over the past year and their own cost went up by 75%. So they are asking me to lock the new hiked price by signing a new contract, otherwise I won't be able to get such offer from them or any other provider in that location.

Before signing anything, I'm trying to get a feel of the current prices. I see a lot of ads in here for same bw and space, but I'm sure there are variations in the level of service they provide, depending on the colo company, location, bw providers, package type, etc... So, just as crude estimate, can you please tell in general whether prices/costs has went up or down or stayed the same since last year, and by how much?

And if someone has experience with Equinix/Ashburn, what would be a reasonable price for a dedicated 100Mbps/4U colocation with a quality bandwidth provider?

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Mar 30, 2009

need about 2000-3000 GB BW per month and i have two choice now :10MBPS unmetered port and 100MBPS unmetered port. I need BW for image hosting. What is the different between it? What is better for me?

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Mar 3, 2008

I have 4 servers in fdc right now. My company is growing and i need some more servers like those at fdc. But I don't like the idea of having all of my servers in one location. I'm looking for budget price arround $200 per server.

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Apr 26, 2008

i was just roaming around the websites of different server providers, coz i was willing to start cheap ftp backup services so for me bandwith prices would be more of an issue than the actual server prices coz what i've noted down from all these providers there server prices vary b/w plus minus $100 or less but their bandwith my GOD it varies like STOCK EXCHANGE!

Serverbeach.com offers for less than $1400 and some like others even for $1000 but TO MY SURPRISE LIMESTONE OFFERS IT FOR A WHOPPING 2K YA $2000 and server beach offers 10mbps unmetered for $80-100 so for $2000 i can buy 150mbps unmetered rather than 100mbps from LIMSTONE means rather than 33000gb i can get 33k+16.5k gb = approx 50,000gb
so i can earn more!

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Jul 31, 2007

Anybody have a good sales rep I can use from Level3 for a great price on 100mbps commit?

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Jan 8, 2007

What is Difference between 10mbps & 100mbps port. Do you get high speed if your server is connected with 100mbps port?

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Oct 10, 2009

Is 100Mbps a lot better (10 times?) than 10Mbps uplink?

What does 100Mbps mean? 100M bits per second right? So 10M bytes per second, inclusive of both download and upload?

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Apr 29, 2008

i'm trying to look for a reliable server host where i need 1 Xeon server with a dedicated 100Mbps private bandwidth, can anyone advice or provide some kind of price quote so that i know what kinda range i'm looking at? i got sth from burstnet which is around 1300$/month for 100Mbps private.

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Oct 24, 2009

I'm currently transferring my files from my VPS Servers.

The Source file is from this VPS;

Windows Server 2003
100MBPS Port
Hosted at ServerComplete's Atlanta, GA DC.

and I'm downloading the file from;

Centos 5.3 w/ Cpanel
100MBPS Port
Hosted at Futurehosting's Dallas, TX DC

So the question is, Is it slow to get only around 300-800k/s download speed on a 100MBPS port powered VPS? .....

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Oct 23, 2009

I'm in the market to purchase a handful of dedicated servers here in the next few months. I'm looking for the most "bang for the buck". And preferably don't want to pay more than $700 - $800/server/month. I stumbled onto 10tb, I've been doing a little bit of research, and so far have not found any negative reviews other then people trying to user their vps servers from outside the US and expecting 1Gbps speeds.

Anyway, I digress, their price tags are definitely in my price range. About $638 for an 8core server 2.26Ghz 12GB ram 2x250hdd, 100mbps unmetered. Best deal I've seen yet.

So far I like what I see with 10TB but i want to verify that I can expect to get the results I need. I've talked to support and they say it is dedicated bandwidth which means I can burst into 100mbps for long periods of time. I care about this more than anything. Most of these servers are going to need that connection, and I expect to max it out quite often. We plan on launching several game servers so bandwidth is definitely a necessity.

I will also be hosting our web-servers as well and will be looking to deploy load balancing when the time comes. So I would also like the ability have these servers in a private vlan.

Are there any 10TB customers out there using their 100Mbps unmetered plans with heavy loads? I know soft-layer has an amazing network. I just want to make sure this is dedicated bandwidth and I can loadup the port for days if needed. Without experiencing problems, server being shutdown, or extra fees coming into play.

I can probably expect to be at a normal load of about 60% or more bandwidth usage per server.

10TB really stands out to me because its on soft-layers network, and they have 3 different locations I can locate these servers. Which since we'll be deploying game servers is great to ensure low pings to all our clients.

I am open to looking at other hosts as long as they can provide me with the above requirements. I'm very interested in what 10TB costumers have to say.

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Oct 15, 2009

In 3 weeks I'm launching a service that will stream about 5TB of music per day.

I currently use Rackspace Mosso cloud, which can get quite expensive for such massive traffic.

After a talk with my dev team, they told me that the 100mbps dedicated unmetered that some providers like ThePlanet or Rackspace advertise might not guarantee the speed until the end-user. That the speed is guaranteed until just outside their hosting facility or backbone and after that it's just pooled bandwith.

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Nov 26, 2008

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Jan 2, 2009

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Nov 11, 2008

I have problem on my server that is when I try to download backup or when I try to upload vb froums producet I recive this message:

Method Not Allowed

The requested method GET is not allowed for the URL /backup-11.4.2008_18-10-25_ashaq.tar.gz.

Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

so what should I do to solve this problem?

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Jul 20, 2009

For window hosting are there any that offers sql db external access without ip limit?
I've seriously requested thought the forums and actually signed up with few but all of em are either offered it but not anymore(security issue) or not even offering at all.

If you have any experience with hosting company that actually does offer sql db external access please share please!

vps nor dedicated servers are not my choice unfortunatley
and i don't think there's any free hosting that offers this. 99% freehostings use localhost

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May 24, 2007

APF firewall is blocking IP's from the allowed range

I have this inserted in /etc/apf/allowed_hosts.rules and restarted APF of course

It still blocked this IP for example,

Anyone know why?

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Jun 5, 2009

I have started this thread in March 2009, now I want to come with new questions and couldn't find the old thread, maybe it was lost when WHT was hacked


The problem is that I can't turn Off mod_Security for a certain domain (just the /admin folder)

first I have tried this:

SecFilterEngine Off
SecFilterScanPOST Off

and got the error :

Invalid command 'SecFilterEngine', perhaps misspelled or defined by a module not included in the server configuration

than tried this:

SecRuleEngine ctl:ruleEngine=Off


SecRuleEngine Off

one, at a time and got the same error for bouth:

SecRuleEngine not allowed here

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Nov 1, 2009

Im setting up a download service which allows users to download files to there space via different methods.

As Torrents are one of the methods, I need a dedi serve host which allows torrents.

It can be either:

a) Ignore DMCA Notices - Much easyier as it saves us the trouble.

b) Forward all notices to us to reply and we handle and delete offending files.

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Jun 3, 2007

Is there any cheap vps available with TorrentFlux (a php based torrent client - no tracker hosting) and IRC (psybnc, eggdrop) allowed?

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Mar 7, 2008

I've already had to cancel 2 accounts before I found out that both hosts didn't allow external connections.

Does anybody know of a host that allows file() and file_get_contents() functions in PHP scripts?

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Nov 28, 2007

* I have a Windows 2003 Professional Edition server with 8GB installed.

* /PAE is enabled to use more than 4GB memory
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)WINDOWS="Windows Server 2003, Enterprise" /fastdetect /NoExecute=OptOut /PAE

* I can see 8GB installed in the Task Manager

* This server is not for hosting but for running some cpu intensive applications. (I am not into webhosting industry)

But the maximum I ever seen been used is 4.66GB, and after that I run often into "Memory allocation failed" "Out of memory exception" application error.

How to use the full 8gb? Or is my box configured to use 8gb? Or is it dependent on application. Do I need a memory manager third-party software?

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Mar 13, 2009

Looking for IRC allowed VPS, with very few IPs (only 8-16), must be RDNS delegated. SWIP is optional but a plus.

Zero ddos risk - plan on mainly doing hosting, but want to run a few clients. BW as much as possible [almost all outbound], disk maybe 10-15GB, IPv6 is a plus.

RAM something comfortable, 300-600MB, nonoversold, no control panel, unmanaged, no "stupid question" tickets will be sent

ES(X|Xi) or Xen - NO VZ!!!!!
Max cap around $10-30/m USD

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