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    servers in my home?

    Hello all heres what i want to do:
    I whould like to run a few ded boxs from my home, i have the computers and the software to start, i also have a full t1 line and a backup cable and dsl line. What i need help with is some one to tell me how to setup the servers.

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    I don't think you would have much luck in doing that. most people who are looking at a dedicated server would like a controlled environment and that can offer 24x7 support. With dedicated servers starting at $50 now I don't think you can offer much of an advantage over that

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    never said that i was going to sell them...

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    there is a thing called google.com
    go to that site and search for how to set up dedicated servers im sure you will find what you r lookin for

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    Well once a cable or dsl provider finds out they are going to turn you off.

    I have seen many already start to block ports to stop home web hosting.
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    Th3Boss vbmenu_register("postmenu_3487167", true); - nice way to be a smart ***.
    RobM - Talked to them, they are cool with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewwarm
    Th3Boss vbmenu_register("postmenu_3487167", true); - nice way to be a smart ***.
    vbmenu_register("postmenu_3487167", true)

    what?

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    Check out www.dslwebserver.com and www.diywebserver.com. They have all the information you will ever need.



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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewwarm
    Th3Boss vbmenu_register("postmenu_3487167", true); - nice way to be a smart ***.
    RobM - Talked to them, they are cool with it.
    You know, you really shouldn't go around giving smart comments when you're the one asking for information... especially when his answer was in no way rude or anything- he just asked you to go search google.
    Last edited by danieleio; 11-13-2005 at 04:40 AM.
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    Google is always your friend mate!

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    danieleio vbmenu_register("postmenu_3487388", true); - that might not be 'smart' and your way but it is to me.

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    That's not going to work. The IP's they are going to use are going to either come from your T1 provider or your Cable/DSL provider and when one goes down, you would have to switch the IP's and then DNS has to change and that takes time.
    I provide colo

    EMail me for details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Th3Boss
    there is a thing called google.com
    go to that site and search for how to set up dedicated servers im sure you will find what you r lookin for
    you seem very clever.. why are you here then look for all from google. if you are not going to help why do you write comment??

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    Also you would proberly need a static IP because things get all messed up of you use dynamic

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewwarm
    danieleio vbmenu_register("postmenu_3487388", true); - that might not be 'smart' and your way but it is to me.
    Up to you dude... peace.
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