It is our last week of our May special!
We only have three machines left to sell.
AMD Athlon XP2400+ (2.00 GHz)
Choice of Linux OS with cPanel
512MB DDR RAM / 40GB 7200RPM Hard Drive
5 UK IP Addresses / Burstable to 100mbit
24h Support / 99.5% Service Level Agreement My Cohosting Account Access
200GB UK data transfer / month
No contract and we can do same day setup!
£00.00/Setup - £99.00/Month All Prices are Fully Inclusive
Extra's available to all servers:
- Extra 256MB RAM: £45
- Extra 512MB RAM: £65
- Extra 40GB HDD: £50
- Extra 80GB HDD: £60
- Full Server Management: £99 per month
- Block of 32IPs: £99/YEAR
- Bandwidth Overage: £1/GB
We take full internet transit from Level3 Communications and Pipex Communications, as well as direct peering from ClaraNET, Nildram, Telewest, NTLi, Microsoft, Hurricane Electric and many more. For more information on the network, please go to http://www.cohosting.net/aboutus.php
The network is run by Poundhost.
We however do our own server plans/specs and specials.
thanks for clearing that up, it's good that you picked a provider with redundant routes, peerings etc.
can I have an IP within your network to do some traceroutes to please and what are the rules on access for customers to their kit for "hands-on" stuff ?
Can you please point out how it is against RIPE regulations?
your LIR should explain it to you ... from RIPEs rules ... Two of the above services involve the assignment of finite resources to customers: these are domain name space and IPv4 address space. They are managed and assigned by registration agencies, respectively domain name registries and IP registries. By themselves, these resources have no intrinsic value; their worth is only realised in conjunction with the provision of Internet access. Thus, while registries may charge for their administrative and technical services, they may not charge for name space or address space as such; no unit cost or price tag can be attached to an IP address, public or private.
This principle must be made clear to the market in general and to the customer in particular.
i.e you dont get to *charge* for IP address space ... they justify the need, they get it ...
The normal procedure for colocation customers is to get in touch with us with the date (normally 24 hours in advance) they would like access to the datacentre. If its an emergency we can offer immediate access.
The £99 fee per year is to cover our administrative costs.
We did check this over with our LIR and RIPE