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Subject: Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] More on the Network Question
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Its not just uptime its also a dedicated circut. All dsl circuts are over booked which meens that its most likely you will get the full bandwidth you pay for at any given time but its not garanteed nor is the uptime on your connection.
I once knew some one who got a Verison dsl and literaly had a 0% uptime. Verison even admited this but would not give her a refund because there was absolutly no garantee on the uptime or even that it would work at all. She quickly switched to a cable modem after that.
From: Ruben Safir
Subj: Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] More on the Network Question
Date: Sun Nov 16, 2008 10:19 pm
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