Honestly I'd just check the offers forum then just do a quick search on the forums. Any host can probably host a vbulletin forum they just need PHP, MySQL and a few PHP modules for various vbulletin functions.
The real deciding factor is how big is your forum and whether or not it can even be hosted in a shared environment. Obviously you haven't said so I imagine it's not big so any host will probably do starting out.
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Thanks guys and everything, but its the actual host name Im looking for. Thanks
Sounds like you need to be more specific in what you are looking for.
"I need a car that hold 4 people and be realiable when driving to work."
Imagine how many replies you would get and how non-specific they would be.
You need to state that you are looking for 'hosting recommendations' and also specifics on; budget per month/yr, Web space, Data transfer, etc. If you are not sure about your Hosting needs, then 100 MB of Web space and 3 - 5 GB of Data transfer at $3 - $7 per month, should do you for the next 6 months or so.
Otherwise, if you already have a Web site you would need to look at your current Web space usage and monthly Stats, to know what you need now and in the future.
- as you just posted a minute before I did my post is a bit redundant. But since I took the time to write it out I will leave it be.
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All the man wants is a recommendation. Dude I am hosted with Webcinch.com. My site is exclusively PHP like Vbulletin and I haven't had any problems. They offered to install Photopost for free for me, but I did it myself. Uptime for a month has been good and they use the latest versions of PHP, MYSQL.
I think no one here can recommend because they are all webhosters.
Most host will do, but be adviced that if you start to grow and are getting more than 30-40 concurrent / active users most hosting companies will think you're using 2 much resources, so if your plan is to grow (alot) it would be best if you chose a host that also offer virtual server plans and preferable managed if you're not that technical or interested in managing your virtual server or dedicated server.