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Old 09-25-2000, 06:22 PM
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hello,
we loking for a god dedicated service. It scould have an acceptable price and scould give web control to admain the server and setup new domains. There scould be a very low cost for new IP adresses and scould also have the possibilities to give web control also to our customers.
Servers can be (better ) Unix/linux or NT (Win2000) .

Anyone have some suggestions?

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Old 09-25-2000, 08:14 PM
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any vdi host can do that.
Check out:
burst.net
interserver.net
ultraspeed.co.uk

Just to name a few.

Tcoy~

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Old 09-25-2000, 08:17 PM
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Yes,
Affinity Web Hosting.
We have Unix, NT, Linux, and Cobalt boxes.

310-524-3063

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Old 09-25-2000, 08:32 PM
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*cough**hack*Advertising forum please!*hack**cough*

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Old 09-25-2000, 08:54 PM
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lol BC

¸pando, this topic has been covered several times... and beside the host that tell themselves that theya re good... take 2 minutes to do a search on this forum (see the 'search' button on top?) for dedicated server. I guess you will discover some pretty _well known_ companies.

Come with us (but we are not well known. and we are spamming boards...)

^^ hey that was meant to be a sarcasm

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Old 09-30-2000, 01:11 PM
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Talking Inevitable....

Some threads just scream "advertise here"!



There is currently a thread discussing a few of the more popular dedicated server companies:

http://webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?threadid=2092

In actuality... this entire forum is about dedicated servers (more or less). It shouldn't be too hard to find information on just about any company that you are considering.

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Old 09-30-2000, 11:18 PM
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I've looked at so many hosts lately it's dizzying... I was looking at an RH-2 server at http://www.DedicatedHosting.com, which was listed originally at $225/mo - then when I clicked to order it came up at $275. Plus there's a "No refund/no cancellation policy" for the first 3 mo. I don't like that, especially if I have to spend $300 on setup. They don't mention any software on the server - so if I wanted to run ASP, or PHP, or any number of other features it looks like I'm going to have to buy a *lot* more software!

Why is it so difficult to find an inexpensive server (ideally under $250/mo.) who can support multiple domains, decent bandwidth, ASP, MS Access, etc.??? (Or will I be forced to learn PHP, which I have had NO success in using yet...?)

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Old 10-01-2000, 04:01 AM
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They don't mention any software on the server - so if I wanted to run ASP, or PHP, or any number of other features it looks like I'm going to have to buy a *lot* more software!
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Well you wouldnt need to buy it considering all are free . Not sure abt ASP though. I think you would have to pay for it

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Why is it so difficult to find an inexpensive server (ideally under $250/mo.) who can support multiple domains, decent bandwidth, ASP, MS Access, etc.??? (Or will I be forced to learn PHP, which I have had NO success in using yet...?)

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It is'nt. You can have a look at other companies, that were mentioned.
vdi.net
ultraspeedusa.com
dialtoneinternet.com
catalog.com

All have good support and prices.

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Old 10-01-2000, 04:37 AM
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Shooter, if you're looking for a decent NT host to run ASP etc., then you might want to check out WebExpose, which offers Win2000 servers running ASP from around $219/month.

In answer to your question, you will generally find NT servers (running ASP) more expensive because each NT licence costs $x (around $150-300 depending on where you live) and the other setup/software costs are higher.

As compared to a *nix server, where you can set it up for free (excluding the cost of the hardware )

P.S. In answer to Kunal's question, ASP comes free with Internet Information Server 4.0/5.0, which comes pre-installed when you buy an NT/Win2K licence.

P.P.S. I highly advise learning PHP whichever way you turn - you never know when you might need it and it's becoming extremely popular for web automation.

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Old 10-01-2000, 04:48 AM
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P.S. In answer to Kunal's question, ASP comes free with Internet Information Server 4.0/5.0, which comes pre-installed when you buy an NT/Win2K licence.
Thanx for clarifing that B.C

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P.P.S. I highly advise learning PHP whichever way you turn - you never know when you might need it and it's becoming extremely popular for web automation.
I agree. Plus PHP is a highly refined language! It is easy to learn even if you are not a programer, or dunno the meaning of programing . Also much less code has to be written to do simple tasks as compared to Perl.

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Old 10-01-2000, 11:21 AM
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I would like to learn PHP, but so far the documentation I've seen seems to skip over everything I have a question about. I used to teach Basic and Atlas programming (I know, I'm dating myself), but have grown accustomed to the GUI of Dreamweaver and such. I currently have an Access MDB that I would like to build a site around, and assumed that ASP would be the best way of doing that. I haven't found a straightforward way to convert the MDB to mySQL, and I also haven't found a starting point on using PHP to build my pages (basic layouts currently being developed in Dreamweaver). Do you use PHP for straight hand-coding only, using just any text editor?? Or can you build your page with DW for layout and then insert bits of PHP for the db queries, etc.???

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Old 10-01-2000, 02:40 PM
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Well you can take a look at
http://www.phpbuilder.com
http://www.phphelp.com
http://www.devshed.com

All of these are great resources for php.

For converting a Access DB to MySQL, get the ODBC software provided at the MySQL page [ http://www.mysql.com ]. It will let you connect to a remote MySQL database, and do the data conversion for you.


You can add snippets of PHP in your pages

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