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    httpd.net: Dual P3 1.26, 1gb Ram, 2 x 18.2 Fujitsu SCSI, 50gb Traffic ...

    Good morning everyone,

    I was a customer of httpd.net over the past 3 months for our business website, but unfortunately the business itself isn't running as smoothly as it was planned to. The Server we are/were running on is the following:


    2 x P3 1.26ghz

    2 x 512mb DDR Ram

    2 x 18.2gb U160 Fujitsu SCSI

    50gb Traffic / Month


    Price / month: $260

    NO setup fee!


    This can't be compared to 'cheap' providers.. but it is rather for serious websites that depend on reliability, supreme support and a very stable network.

    httpd.net is well known for it's services (use the search-function on wht), and all I can say, I was really impressed by their support!


    In case you are interested in this 'offer', please contact me directly via [email protected] .



    Cheers,
    -joerg
    Last edited by gafami; 06-29-2002 at 11:31 AM.

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    I'd just like to say gafami is right, httpd has excellent support and excellent bandwidth. This isn't for cheap cogent wanters but if you need something solid as a rock this server will do well.

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    thanks dk2

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    might wanta include if thats on the shell part of the network, or if it's seperated (like if httpd has webhosting and shellhosting in 2 seperate parts of the network) as a lot of people have been looking for shellhosting recently, i keep pointing them to httpd (because i dont wanta touch shells obviously).

    Also, just OOC, they get that power issue worked out? I got a good laugh when one of their customers who was considering moving to us called us a "cheap low end provider" then power failed to his server within 30 minutes of the conversation someone up there was giving him payback .

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    lol hehe power issues fixed yep ... and it is in the normal part of their network.. that extra-firewall'ed part wasn't necessary for our site.. because we did not run any irc-services.

    -joerg

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    ahh, i thought their whole network was firewalled like that, wasn't aware they even had it divided last time i talked to argg (owner i think), i thought it was done just above their uplinks . Too bad, cuz tons of people are looking for shellboxes nowdays, though most dont wanta pay the premium for foonets extra filtering.

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    What is the nature of this offer? Is this a simple client-to-client transfer?

    Also, your server's specs on httpd's website seems much more expensive (and I don't recall that they have dual 1.26 P3 offer), is this a special?

    Peter

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    yeah it's a client -> client transfer. It -is- a Dual 1.26ghz .. trust me. Paul from httpd.net made us/me an individual offer back then fitting our wishes.



    -joerg

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    I see.

    If only you could wait a month or two, I would have a real use for this machine.

    Good luck in finding a buying.

    Peter

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