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Chatecak 04-12-2017 12:50 AM

Dedicated server for virtualization
 
Hi guys,

I'm looking for a dedicated server in EU/US for virtualization.

Currently looking for a server with this specs

Xeon based CPU: 6 Core at least
Ram: above 32
Port 1GB
3x2 TB
above 20 TB BW/m
+ 16 usbl Ips (no limit on IP max~50)
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Without setup fee
my budget is up to 160 $

ughosting 04-12-2017 06:11 AM

If you know what you are doing, I would recommend taking a look at OVH or Hetzner.

If you can sort things out, given an IP KVM, then you can't beat these guys prices.

If you are heavy on the support side, then I'd give them a miss.

24x7server 04-12-2017 08:30 AM

Hi,

OVH and Hetzner are two such data centers who has different network architecture and behaves differently when it comes to converting a dedicated server into a Virtualized environment. However, with a little bit of configuration difference, that all can be done. You will find lot in this section of configuration that you have given.. You can look for servermania too..

Artashes 04-12-2017 06:01 PM

Are you looking for recommendations or offers?

If latter, then I will have to move it this thread to the appropriate forum where our members can make you a direct offer. If you are looking for recommendations only, then you posted in the correct forum and solicitation is NOT ALLOWED from members. If you do receive an offer, whether via PM or email, please report it.

RossKendy 04-13-2017 04:23 AM

i would point direction toward <URL snipped> , you will definitely get what you are looking at

Artashes 04-13-2017 08:40 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RossKendy (Post 199087)
i would point direction toward <snipped>, you will definitely get what you are looking at

I am going to ask once again, as you have ignored my question in the other thread. What is your recommendation based on? Do you have direct experience with the company?

HostColor 04-13-2017 09:41 AM

@Chatecak A quality dedicated hosting service, which means a stable hardware specification, hosted on a non oversold network that offers quality bandwidth would cost a bit more. If you increase your monthly budget to $200, then you'd be able to choose between a number of reputable hosting providers. Another option to get lower MRC is to sign an annual contract.

Chatecak 04-14-2017 03:49 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ughosting (Post 199066)
If you know what you are doing, I would recommend taking a look at OVH or Hetzner.

If you can sort things out, given an IP KVM, then you can't beat these guys prices.

If you are heavy on the support side, then I'd give them a miss.

Ok, thanks. I looked at their hosting deals. They look attractive.

How long have they been providing hosting services?

energizedit 04-14-2017 12:06 PM

Chatecak

I would direct specific questions about the hosting companies to themselves. They will be able to each give you direct answers

You budget is a little low for the specs you are looking, in my experience. One you could contact and ask for a quote though is Hudson Valley Hosts

shrwoodchuck 04-17-2017 01:36 AM

There are many hosts and every one of them offers 24/7 support, huge space and bandwidth, lots of features at low cost and much, much more. When you face such offers it seems like a great chance is knocking at your door.

whmcsguru 04-17-2017 04:32 PM

By virtualization, I'm assuming you mean creating VPS' ?
32 gig is going to be too small for this if that's the case.
16 IP's might work, though if you can max that out, it'd be good.
It's a good thing to take a look at the cost of ipv4 with the provider, because, believe me, you'll need a ton IF you sell well.

LusoVPS. 04-19-2017 01:24 AM

For me Uptime and Speed, Support and Price are very important factors when choosing a right web host. Would also prefer a cpanel host.

CasualHost 05-30-2017 08:47 AM

Soyoustart offers IPs @ $3/one time while mosts hosts charge that much per month for an IP

You might keep that in mind

PureVoltage 06-02-2017 11:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CasualHost (Post 222607)
Soyoustart offers IPs @ $3/one time while mosts hosts charge that much per month for an IP

You might keep that in mind

I'm not sure of hosts who are charging $3 or more per IP a month normally we see around $0.50-1.50 range for IPv4's

SenseiSteve 06-02-2017 01:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PureVoltage (Post 222689)
I'm not sure of hosts who are charging $3 or more per IP a month normally we see around $0.50-1.50 range for IPv4's

I did just see a thread yesterday where the host was charging $1 per IP and $3 per Asia IP.


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