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  1. #1
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    Looking for backup server, is FDC the cheapest?

    FDC has this:

    Server #2
    BACKUP NAS
    Raid 0 or Raid1
    2x500GB SATA II HDDs
    1Gbps unmetered port
    $49/month + FREE SETUP
    do you know anyone that can beat this price?
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    no they are the best in price for backup
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    Im looking for a backup server, this service is good?

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    So far that is best price I saw
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    Yes they are good,i recommend them to my customer and it works like a charm.

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    for that amount of raid space, that's pretty good.
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    yeah agree, this is best price i think. but i'm not tested it.

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    Hi,

    can you give me the link on FDC ?


    thanx

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    Quote Originally Posted by ttgt View Post
    Hi,

    can you give me the link on FDC ?


    thanx

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    I think im going to sign up for a plan good prices and all. Thanks for making this thread you really helped me out.

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    i hardly doubt if anyone could beat that price

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    Quote Originally Posted by webcertain View Post
    for that amount of raid space, that's pretty good.
    Probably just software RAID. At any rate, good enough for a backup server.
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    as usual,do you do software raid for it ?thanx

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    Looks like a pretty sweet deal. I'm just wondering if they would support/offer R1Soft CDP on those.

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    No one can beat FDC for backup pricing (with the same quality of service)

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    Great pricing indeed. Interesting we didnt know about this earlier...Good find!

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    What makes this strictly a "backup server?" What OS does it have? I got a box from wholesale internet a few weeks ago for $35. 250GB hard drive, 2GB, Pentium 4. I'm using it as a backup server, but it has Linux so I technically could use it for webhosting or something else if I wanted to.

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    Hi

    For call a server "backup server" you should have an RAID array at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by contenidosonline View Post
    Hi

    For call a server "backup server" you should have an RAID array at least.

    roberto
    It is RAID 0 or RAID 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by skullbox View Post
    What makes this strictly a "backup server?" What OS does it have? I got a box from wholesale internet a few weeks ago for $35. 250GB hard drive, 2GB, Pentium 4. I'm using it as a backup server, but it has Linux so I technically could use it for webhosting or something else if I wanted to.
    They are NAS boxes by either Dlink or Netgear I think. Either 2 or 4 bay hard drive NAS.

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