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From: Ruben Safir
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Subject: Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] More on the Network Question
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Elfen Magix wrote:
> The problem is your Bandwidth. Very little beats a T1 line for bandwidth for its price.
> What about colocating? I once had an OSD-23 line for $1500 with insurance and a few other goodies as long as I paid this steep price. It was worth it. Too bad I had to lose it due to a bad business partner who did not kept up with the payments.
> All you need is 1 router and 1 (preferably 2) DNS servers, and 1 or more webservers. nothing more.
> I'm currently running a simillar configuration for a friend's site: LIDNetwork.com The webserver hosts other sites as well on a Business ADSL-2.
the NYLXS DSL is as fast as a T1 and half the price. The real advantage
of the T1 is uptime guarantees
> --- On Fri, 11/14/08, Spencer Guiley wrote:
> From: Spencer Guiley
> Subject: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] More on the Network Question
> To: hangout-at-mrbrklyn.com
> Date: Friday, November 14, 2008, 8:43 PM
> Hi Ya'll,
> I'm the guy that Ruben forwarded the note about the Networking question
> the Cable line and DSL both for a web server.
> I've been working on this with the other people in our team and this idea
> came up. It hasn't gotten passed on to where tech support checks it all out
> so this may be something that can't be done.
> Can we set up both lines so they come into one router, and then to ONE
> server. So we have Server A with both lines going to it. When one line goes
> down the next one picks up? This would be almost like a 100% uptime.
> We aren't a large hosting company but still strive for the best service
> possible without going into debt. We are getting some quotes on T1 lines,
> but I don't think they will be able to beat the prices I'm seeing now
> this Business DSL line.
> Thanks for any help or ideas!
> Spencer Guiley