[olug-colo] I'm signing a contract in less than 60 days
cbird.omaha at gmail.com
Mon Feb 1 03:48:54 EST 2010
Luke: Who u getting the dedi through? I'm never heard of a leased dedicated
server for 30 per month, I've seen older celerons for 60 but thats about the
lowest price I've seen.
I'll check with the AUP concerning IRC, we may want a separate network for
IRC related stuff.
Dan: Yes I intend on providing shared hosting at some point, but I am trying
to minimize equipment purchases at this moment. After i get the first
cabinet breaking even I'll be placing a couple of shared boxes with Plesk
9.3 on Linux, with "one click" Joomla, Word Press, Media Wiki, etc
Next time I'm in Council Bluffs, I'll stop by the army navy surplus
warehouse and see if they have any decent servers there, they used to get
them all the time from govt auctions.
On Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 12:53 AM, Luke-Jr <luke at dashjr.org> wrote:
> On Sunday 31 January 2010 09:45:08 pm Charles Bird wrote:
> > Let me know if this sounds good to you all or not, I figured it would be
> > a lower cost to all, and speaking of cost, this should be below 50.00 per
> > for everything. :)
> Unless I'm missing something, that's rather expensive... I currently pay
> $30/mo for a decent dedicated server (eg, I don't need to provide the
> equipment myself) on a good connection.
> I am, however, looking into moving one of my servers within the next 2
> It currently has 10 IPv4 addresses in use, and would probably need a few
> in the near future (at least). It also is home to a couple of IRC bots (all
> FreeNode, I *think*, so not as much a DDoS risk; can probably be isolated
> IPv6-only), so that may be another factor to consider if the service
> involved have any IRC policies.
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