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Posted by FTMS, 05-02-2004, 08:59 PM
Going between ServerMatrix dedicated/managed or for resller: Voxtreme Burstnet Any experience or recomendations on others who are big players with good support. This is what I need: WEB FEATURES 5000MB Disc Space (more than this obviously) 200GB Data Transfer Front Page 2002 Extensions Shared SSL Server CGI Directory & Script Library Web-based Account Control Panel 99.9% Uptime Guarantee E-MAIL FEATURES 200 Mailboxes Unlimited Aliases Unlimited Forwards Unlimited Autoresponders POP3/IMAP/SMTP Access Webmail "Catch All" E-mail Address INCLUDED SOFTWARE & SERVICES Urchin Web Statistics E-COMMERCE FEATURES Miva Merchant CardService Setup ADVANCED FEATURES MySQL Thawte SSL Certificate 5 RealMedia Streams ASP Perl/PHP/Python Server Side Includes Access to raw log files Password Protected Directories HARDWARE & NETWORK Redundant Tier 1 Backbone Connections UPS & Generator Backup Daily Tape Backups SUPPORT 24/7 Toll Free Phone Support E-mail Support Extensive Knowledgebase Last edited by FTMS; 05-02-2004 at 09:13 PM.

Posted by FTMS, 05-03-2004, 01:04 AM
Anyone have any experience with HostGator reseller? Thanks, I'm really stuck on which way to go here..Wavering between a few now: mostly servermatrix dedicated/managed hostgator reseller Thanks

Posted by insiderhosting, 05-03-2004, 03:52 AM
I think you need to decide on if you want to deal with the pleasure of administering a server, what kind of technical knowledge you have as well as time. The bottom line is no one can answer this question for you properly, as we are not preview to your operation. Judging by the post, I would say get a reseller account with Voxtreme. Also, you may want to rethink the bandwidth request as 200gb at any reliable provider will also cost you some decent money. So make sure that you really need that 200gb -Steven

Posted by NexDog, 05-03-2004, 04:24 AM
I would suggest that if you need 200gb transfer, you get a cheap server and pay someone to fully manage it. You're going to get lots of technical requests from clients so you'll need to lean on someone for the answers. I've probably answered 5000 technical tickets in my time and I've learned alot in the last 3 years but there are still tickets every day that I gladly kick up to one of our sysadmins.

Posted by Aussie Bob, 05-03-2004, 04:30 AM
I hear that!

Posted by FTMS, 05-03-2004, 04:32 AM
Error... That was supposed to read 3 gig reseller or dedicated thats all I need right now. Sorry



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