Greetings to all. It is necessary to learn the prices on dedicated port in 100 - 1000 mbs. Allocated that I would be one on port. It is necessary for creation Content Delivery Network
The server configuration is not important yet, only I learn the prices for ports.
Any host will be able to provide you with something like this, though I would not recommend setting up a server with a 1000mbps dedicated port, and instead setting up multiple smaller servers with 100mbps ports(not necessarily fully dedicated), since a CDN should be redundant, not to mention globally distributed.
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The most important thing is - you need to mention WHERE / What location you require the pricing for?
An unmetered, 100Mbps port in the USA from a SAS70 approcived facility with multiple uplink providers you'de be looking at about $2,000 per month in the Central US, on the East Coast of the US - you'd be looking at something between $1,000 and $2,000 depending on the providers in the blend ...
Your best option would be to find out:
a) What b/w uplink providers you need?
b) What region in the world you require?
c) Whether you will be co-locating or leasing - then you can discuss b/w pricing directly with a provider or the DC...
In that case, you would really need to look up a DC who have access to multiple locations / peering-points, and get a quote directly (it would work out cheaper), AND they will need more information than you have posted on here ...
forgot to say that an amount of traffic will be from 30 to 600 tb in a month
With normal peaks you would be looking at about 200TB from a 1Gbit link unless you max the port out 24/7 - which will cause slowness for your users. Multiple servers with multiple links would probably be your best bet. Start on the lowend and go with something you can expand fairly easily unless you have the money to spend up front for the full package.