[linux-help] Re: webserver ?
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--- Koji Hayakawa <sylf@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> But what kind of uplink speed do you get on SBC DSL?
about 12-15 KBytes/sec
Just tested it.
> I thought most of the
> DSL services around here are asynchronos, with super
> slow uplink. For
> providing high traffic web site (with all the
> graphics, downloadable items,
> and what not, any type of for-home or for-business
> broadband connection
> seems to be weak. Cohosting service (maybe provided
> by local company, if
> you want to access the machine physically?) may be
> the choice of connection
> for that.
> But I guess it all depends on what
> type/volume/seriousness/purpose this web
> service is going to provide....
> -----Original Message-----
> From: linux-help-bounce@xxxxxxxxx
> Behalf Of Denis Medvedev
> Sent: Thursday, May 16, 2002 8:17 PM
> To: linux-help@xxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [linux-help] Re: webserver ?
> --- james <menoz@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > guys i want to run my own webhosting from home
> > does anyone know a services provider who allows
> > webservers to connect to the internet
> > or
> > what type of connection i would need ?
> SBC Dsl $64.95/month
> 5 STATIC ip addresseso. NO server restrictions...
> Ask enhanced plan at them. They do it for home
> Actually I do it at home - works great! (knocking
> > james
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