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2GHZ, 512mb of ram or 1GB - 60 gig hd


Hi,

Intel P4 2.0 GHZ
512MB RAM
60GB HDD
RedHat 7.3
100GB of NON COGENT Transfer

Monthly: $250
Setup: $175

We can also do RH 7.2 if needed

Our website: www.nrgservers.net

TEST IP for traceroute and pings: 205.177.13.94

Test download: http://eclipse.nrgservers.net/test.exe

Additional bandwidth:

$1.50 per 10GB increments
$1.00 per 100GB increments

Network Info: Nationwide OC3/12 network with OC48 around the Northern DC, VA, MD area with 60+ peering partners both public and private.

I can be flexible, maybe we can work some things out, with the setup, so contact sales@nrgservers.net and in the subject line write "P4 OFFER"

If you'd like to order this, either email sales@nrgservers.net and let me know if you want one, or just go to http://www.nrgservers.net/services.html -- pick it out and fill out the forms.

If you have any questions, you can email us at the email above, OR PM ME.

Thanks


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really fast servers, with my dial up i downlad the Test download file at speed 30kb/sec

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really fast servers, with my dial up i downlad the Test download file at speed 30kb/sec
Gee, I didn't know dial up could go 30k/sec ?

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lol your not serious are you? 56k can't go near that fast I hope you were joking

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maybe he has dsl or broadband he just doesn't realize it
there are people like that.. surprisingly

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Maybe he has an ISDN 128K... or clocker1996 is right

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ISDN 128K doesn't go 30k/sec though lol
only half of that

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ISDN 128K doesn't go 30k/sec though lol
only half of that
LOL! You never know

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This thread seems to have gone off topic... how can someone have DSL/ADSL/Broadband without knowing it? ISDN can probably do 30Kb/sec if it's using both channels (2x64Kb), as I used to have ISDN and received roughly 15Kb/sec on one channel.

Maybe someone is interested in the server(s) thats being offered in this thread?

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how can someone have DSL/ADSL/Broadband without knowing it?
haha!

I know it sounds odd, but there are people out there that have no idea what kind of internet they have

Then theres those people that KNOW they have cable, but they don't konw what ISP they use!

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Well... after thinking about it again, that's true. I've dealt with a lot of people locally that haven't a clue how to open an Internet browser or just how to use the Internet, let alone what connection they're using.

Alan

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Re: 2GHZ, 512mb of ram or 1GB - 60 gig hd

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let me know if you want one, or just go to http://www.nrgservers.net/services.html -- pick it out and fill out the forms.
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haha!

I know it sounds odd, but there are people out there that have no idea what kind of internet they have

Then theres those people that KNOW they have cable, but they don't konw what ISP they use!
my internet is mobile lol (i use it in my laptop without cable or line)

and i really dont know how its called

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