I dont know where to put this into..
Actually I am looking for a server which provide me IRC support to run my chat programe.
I already have a dedicated server, I just need some space where I can run my chat applications..
What is the best way to run your chat applications???
If you only need to run IRC and you will not experience much traffic, a VPS will get you by.
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Even a shell will get you by, assuming you're <1000 users.
A shell is just a account on a server taht you connect to via ssh. They give you your own IP, where you install your IRC server and bind it to that IP.
A vps would get expensive with higher user counts. With 1000 users on, you'll burn like, 200GB (assuming you don't got big xdcc bots or something - with bots, you can like, double that).
A VPS with that kinda traffic will run ya' $50+. A shell with 1000 users max, will run ya' $35 USD/mo or so.
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I'm also interested in a IRC server (Dedicated Server)
Currently I do not offer IRC activities in my web server. I got a few requests and therefore I'm desperately looking for a IRC allowed Dedicated server that is RELIABLE.
I've also searched WHT and most of the threads are useless or repeated. Nevertheless, I finally decided that I would like to go with Staminus or even Sagonet.
If someone is willing to share (50 / 50) the dedicated server with me, and you have a VERIFIED paypal account and you live in NORTH AMERICA please contact me. I do not require much space or bandwidth. Thanks.
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Last edited by SoftWareRevue; 06-27-2004 at 10:39 PM.