From: Thomas Bridge (thomas at domain medianet.ie)
Date: Tue 17 Aug 1999 - 18:23:39 IST
On Tue, 17 Aug 1999, Paul Jakma wrote:
> along similar lines to the flat rate thread. Anyone know what it costs to
> have a box hosted at an ISP? (low traffic)
> I'd really love to have my own MX, eg paul.existing-domain.com, instead of
> having to really on poxy ISP mailboxes, so i was thinking if it'd be worth
> it to throw an old PC into an ISP. Plus a permanent page, and possibility of
> own domain would be nice. Maybe give out some web/cvs space to OSS projects,
> Anyone know details?
I understand the minimum charge for colocation (which is what you're
talking about here) starts at around 250 punts a month with the larger
ISPs. You probably don't want to colocate with a really small ISP
unless the box will carry a minimal amount of traffic.
-- Thomas Bridge Hostmaster/Sysadmin, Medianet Ireland. thomas.bridge at domain medianet.ie "The nerds have taken over from the pervs" - anonymous news admin on noting that comp.binaries.linux had overtaken all the porn groups as the most popular group of the week,
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