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  1. #1
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    $15 Unmanaged VPS 128MB + Free MEM UPGRADE / 16GB HDD / 500GB

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    # SERVERCODE: SPECIAL OFFER (CentOS 4.3 Free Memory upgrade to 256MB)
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    SERVER SPECIFICATIONS

    * AMD 64 Athlon 3400+ Equal Share
    * RAM 128MB (free upgrade to 256MB at signup)
    * HDD 16GB
    * 1 Snapshot Backup
    * 100Mbps NIC


    NETWORK SPECIFICATIONS

    * 100Mbps FastEthernet
    * Speed Test (visit signup page)
    * 1 IP Address (XIP $1.50/each per month) (request link)
    * Bandwidth Unmetered Shared (~500GB) / month
    * 99.9% Network Uptime
    * Free Website Monitoring
    (www.internetsupervision.com)


    PLATFORM OS SPECIFICATIONS

    * CentOS 4.3
    * Secure Shell (Full Root Access)
    * Base Config + Development Tools + Apache 2.0
    * Webmin Control Panel


    SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS / ORDER

    * Unmanaged / Self-Managed Server
    * Free Setup
    * Simple Pricing Structure
    * Subscription Month-to-Month
    * $15.00 USD Per Month
    * SIGNUP: http://www.leeware.com/vps500.html

    Please see AUP/TOS http://www.leeware.com/customer.html for restrictions

  2. #2
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    This offer still good?

    Also, the TOS says no p2p, IRC, but what about Shoutcast and TeamSpeak? I'm not looking for a strict Shoutcast server, more of a website / mail server and just like knowing i can host a shoutcast or teamspeak server.

    Thanks
    Josh
    Last edited by Red-Rabbit-Hosting; 09-17-2006 at 11:25 PM.

  3. #3
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    Oops, forgot to ask if the webmin thing not be installed or not? Just a plain jane setup with the yum package manager?

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    Ya same here plan to run teamspeak or shoutcast server .

    And icecream it aint hard to install webmin its piece of cake . And what about bittorrents? There are lotsof legal games and softwares that are available via torrents too, they not allowed either ? Cause i just downloaded FEAR ( i think demo) via their torrent link provided by the game manufacturer itself. SO bittorents allowed?

    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paidhosting
    Ya same here plan to run teamspeak or shoutcast server .

    And icecream it aint hard to install webmin its piece of cake . And what about bittorrents? There are lotsof legal games and softwares that are available via torrents too, they not allowed either ? Cause i just downloaded FEAR ( i think demo) via their torrent link provided by the game manufacturer itself. SO bittorents allowed?

    Cheers.
    Whoops! I AM tired... I was asking if it could NOT be installed in the OS template, as I despise it... I don't think they want P2P because of the recources it uses... Not just the legal problems...

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    Oh ice k , its easy to remove webmin too, piece of cake .

    Ya but i dunno if 50 people connection to torrent would eat up resources. Oh i always thought p2p was something like edonkey or warez stuff, never looked at torrents as p2p before until now .

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    Quote Originally Posted by paidhosting
    Oh ice k , its easy to remove webmin too, piece of cake .

    Ya but i dunno if 50 people connection to torrent would eat up resources. Oh i always thought p2p was something like edonkey or warez stuff, never looked at torrents as p2p before until now .
    I know it's easy to uninstall... I just don't want to know it has even been near the VPS... P2P = Peer to Peer - Me to you - You to me... that tracker probably uses a lot of resources.

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    proxy allow??

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    http://www.leeware.com/customer.html for details on what's allowed and what is not.

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    do you allow chat servers that aren't IRC?

  11. #11
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    What is allowed and disallowed is listed here http://www.leeware.com/customer.html

    Keep in mind any activity that leads to any kind of a service disruption or complaint will more than likely result in your server being disconnect without warning and you losing any money as it will not be refunded. Also, keep in mind that this is an unmanaged service which means that you are responsible for the correct configuration and operation of any applications you plan to run on your server.

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    How long is account setup? I made order but no reply from u.

  13. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by HostFacade
    How long is account setup? I made order but no reply from u.
    We promise a response within 24 hours. Usually shorter on the order of 15-30 minutes. However, today I've been really busy preparing for a service expansion. Your machine should be online within the next couple of hours and you will receive a welcome email when it's ready.

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    I've got your mail. Thanks.

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    I am reading your TOS correct? You will not allow or assist to set an appropriate rDNS for customer domains?

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    do you offer directadmin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeToo
    I am reading your TOS correct? You will not allow or assist to set an appropriate rDNS for customer domains?
    You will have to coordinate the rdns settings with me. I change them for you after you set the forwards. I will update the TOS/AUP to account for this fact.

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    Could I choose debian 3.1 distro ?

  19. #19
    and I prefer no control panel

  20. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by tfyt1234
    Could I choose debian 3.1 distro ?

    I am planning to make a new announcement on products. But yes, you can have debian 3.1

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    snapshot is per day or per week ? Do you charge for restore ? How long will restore take ?

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    And which Xen version and vm kernel version ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tfyt1234
    snapshot is per day or per week ? Do you charge for restore ? How long will restore take ?
    The snapshot is generally a one time thing. It allows me to default your server in the event it gets messed up. As I have explained in other threads, We have a backup process in place but it is for our own due diligence and therefore, customers should not rely on our backup process for their data protection. If you need host based data protection you will probably want to look at providers that offer data protection. Restores are free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tfyt1234
    And which Xen version and vm kernel version ?
    Please search the forum that information is posted in ads that specifically refer to those packages.

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