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PhoenixCry

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#11 17 years ago

I'm deeply impressed with your extent of knowledge of this subject and I would like to say THANKS :rock: . $500 sounds so much better than all that fancy stuff I surfed on the web for(highest i say was $45,000) lol, I guess I'm gonna start saving up. That cleared up all my doubts except one. I may have misread or not understood, but you have to pay a fee to run the server to get on some hosting site datalist? I thought you could just hook everything up like a regular computer and call it good, but what do I know? lol. Anyway man, thanks bunches cause I was totally confused on the subject :confused:.




apocalypse_kid

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#12 17 years ago

No no no no no!

The Datacentre host actually puts your machine in their building and hooks it up directly to the net using their phat pipe, then you pay a fee for your data usage, that's why you need rack mount case, so they can just slip it in their server stack.

Have fun

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C0CKER

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#13 17 years ago

Originally posted by apocalypse_kid No no no no no! The Datacentre host actually puts your machine in their building and hooks it up directly to the net using their phat pipe, then you pay a fee for your data usage, that's why you need rack mount case, so they can just slip it in their server stack. Have fun :cya: :cya: :cya:

Translation

phat pipe == A lot of upload/download speed

(sorry apocalypse_kid...couldn't resist :lol: )

See, even though you get a server for $500, it will do you no good UNLESS you have an awsome connection (a computer for a $150 can host 6 people lol).




PhoenixCry

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#14 17 years ago

So, let me make sure I understand you correctly. You can buy a server for $500 and then send it off somewhere to put on a server stack where a bunch of technitions make sure it opperates correctly, and while you remotely control it and whatnot from your home PC? I wonder what the going rate is for that fee is? Wow apocalypse_kid, you really should make a post somewhere explaining all of this cause you definately have a knack for it. I'm sure you have helped me and other people understand servers, so, if I may be so bold, on behalf of me and our fellow forumers I would like to thank you. Right on!:rock:




apocalypse_kid

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#15 17 years ago

That's OK.

And for those of you who have been following this tread and wondered what the process of getting your own servers built and installed is actually like here is a description of the process from a person who has just completed a major server upgrade.

orsm.com server upgrade

Have a read through, I'm sure you will find it interesting.

have fun

P.S. if internet PrOn offends don't bother going, there are some explicit banners (now everyone will go :lol: )

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PhoenixCry

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#16 17 years ago

lol, that is what I would like to do, build my own server like he did. I think it would be cheaper to build than to buy ready-made servers. I'm gonna go surfing around and learn about all this stuff, so when I want to do it I will be ready lol. Thanks for the link!! :dance:




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