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Please recommend me.
I am looking for decent reseller account.
Here's what I need:
- access via ssh
- wildcard available
- unlimited domains/subdomains
- 1-2gb space
- over 40gb bandwidth would be nice
I can spend ~25$ per month.
I found something here:
webhostingbuzz.com/hosting/reseller.html Looks interesting... What do you think about it?
Perhaps you can recommend me something else?
I forgot to add. Cpanel is essential.
Welcome to WHT. Take a look in the offers section of the forum..
Last edited by bear; 09-05-2006 at 11:52 AM.
You can find a lot of hosting providers by searching on WHT from http://www.webhostingtalk.com/search.php I agree with CyberHostPro. You must contact your provider for allowing SSH access.
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Wildcards need a manual modification of http.conf
Yes, that's right. "Wildcards" need a manual modification of httpd.conf, is it possible to find a reseller with that option? (I already sent some mails to some hosting companies).
But, perhaps, I should start looking for good VPS instead of reseller?
You may find a reseller doing those change, indeed, I don't know why a host would not want to do it.
It only takes 2 minutes.
Jedito, but is it possible to find a reliable reseller, where I can manually modify httpd.conf, without sending a ticket to support?
If no, then, I assume, I should start looking for VPS.
A VPS will cost more, and if it doesn't come fully managed, you will need to know about server management. You also won't get all of the processing/memory power of a reseller server.
Originally Posted by moloki
Edit after seeing last post : you won't be able to modify httpd.conf yourself within a reseller environment.
htaccess is possible to do wildcard subdomain. Some shared hosting does not allow access to the httpd.conf file. Likely you'd go with dedicated or vps.
.htaccess, httpd.conf, mod_rewrite = versus
i think you should look for a vps for the kind of requirements you have..
No, is not possible, you still need to add in the VirtualHost entry in the httpd.conf file for the domain:
Originally Posted by Designgraphy
Plus you need to add * entry in your named.conf like
* 14400 IN A xx.xx.xx.xx
*.domain.tld IN A 184.108.40.206