GET YOUR OWN VIRTUAL SERVER

GET YOUR OWN VIRTUAL SERVER

Post by Independent Servers, In » Sat, 08 Jun 1996 04:00:00



Hello,

We are offering a great new service for companies and individuals
interested in getting their own virtual server at very competitive
rates. Please visit our site at:

http://www.solgate.com/~iservers/

We welcome any comments or suggestions. We'll be expecting you.

Independent Servers, Inc.

 
 
 

GET YOUR OWN VIRTUAL SERVER

Post by Ian Verschur » Sun, 09 Jun 1996 04:00:00



: Hello,

: We are offering a great new service for companies and individuals
: interested in getting their own virtual server at very competitive
: rates. Please visit our site at:

: http://www.solgate.com/~iservers/

: We welcome any comments or suggestions. We'll be expecting you.

1) Get a connection to the Internet that isn't LAGGED to all hell.
On your web page you claim to have a DS3, yet your site shows response
times  over 5 seconds.  (Can we say overselling bandwidth)

junior:13:21:54:/$traceroute www.solgate.com
traceroute to arya.solgate.com (206.203.58.1), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets
 1  gw-e1.apk.net (206.183.12.45)  2 ms  2 ms  2 ms
 2  border8-serial2-4.WillowSprings.mci.net (204.70.112.25)  18 ms  11 ms  11 ms
 3  core2-fddi-1.WillowSprings.mci.net (204.70.104.65)  20 ms  46 ms  100 ms
 4  core1.WillowSprings.mci.net (204.70.4.173)  21 ms  16 ms  17 ms
 5  core-hssi-3.Chicago.mci.net (204.70.1.85)  16 ms  19 ms  15 ms
 6  border4-fddi-0.Chicago.mci.net (204.70.3.83)  17 ms  19 ms  23 ms
 7  data-research.Chicago.mci.net (204.70.27.10)  36 ms  20 ms  37 ms
 8  StLouis21-e1.dra.net (150.147.1.1)  21 ms  30 ms  26 ms
 9  Solgate-s1.dra.net (150.147.84.146)  5566 ms  5954 ms  7117 ms
10  arya.solgate.com (206.203.58.1)  7252 ms  4809 ms  3862 ms  

2) Fix the broken tags in your image bar fram on the left of the screen,
you either missed a </a> or you left a space in your href (it leaves a little
blue line on the page)

3) Question for you - YOu claim that for $140 a month I can have a
virtual server with 75 Megabytes of drive space.. Now, do I get
unlimited bandwidth for $140 a month?  You don't mention any additional
fees for extra traffic...

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                Ian Verschuren - Technical Director Digiknow
                        http://www.marcusad.com/marcus


 
 
 

GET YOUR OWN VIRTUAL SERVER

Post by Fadi Shala » Tue, 11 Jun 1996 04:00:00


Quote:>1) Get a connection to the Internet that isn't LAGGED to all hell.
>On your web page you claim to have a DS3, yet your site shows response
>times  over 5 seconds.  (Can we say overselling bandwidth)

Yeah! You're right :) We're resolving this problem with our provider. I myself
am pissed off from the speed! I understand you. It will be fixed soon. But the
servers that we sell are from Virtual Servers, Inc. It is a DS3 connection and
it's deffinetly not like the speed of our page :) we have just started and we
are counting on people like you to give us comment and hints. So, the servers
we sell are really a DS3 but we sell them cheeper than virtual Servers Inc.

Quote:>2) Fix the broken tags in your image bar fram on the left of the screen,
>you either missed a </a> or you left a space in your href (it leaves a little
>blue line on the page)

Thanks! Fixed it. Infact I changed the whole setup. Added frames.

Quote:>3) Question for you - YOu claim that for $140 a month I can have a
>virtual server with 75 Megabytes of drive space.. Now, do I get
>unlimited bandwidth for $140 a month?  You don't mention any additional
>fees for extra traffic...

Yes. I have been asked that question as well. I have updated the page to answer
all the questions. Please visit the page again and see the prices page and
please let me know if you still have questions.

Regards
Shadi.

 
 
 

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