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Building our Datacentre

Posted on: November 28, 2006

We have decided to go with a business broadband package that enables us to have business broadband, This gives us a static IP address enabling us to setup a DNS server and provide shared web hosting on our network of webservers.

Our datacentre will be hosted at the main office, We will provide UPS (Power failure hardware) by hosting this service from our office instead of a datacentre we will have more money while we start up the company.

Then in time we will host web sites etc from Telehouse but for now we will sort out business broadband and host it from the BNA Systems office.

2 Responses to "Building our Datacentre"

Hello, again,

I tried to visit your datacenter URL, but it says URL file access disabled.

Sorry.

I am also a server admin, all be it, from my bedroom, still the principle is sort of the same I guess, even if I am running Windows. LOL.

I do have a static IP, Dinamic IP’s are to well lets say Hard to keep track of. LOL.

My static IP is http://213.120.104.149/ by BT, still it’s something.

I must also get a UPS device, as now winter is here, who knows. LOL.

If you need any Temp Backup system please let me know, or you could try http://213.120.104.149/NoNamp.php Sad I know, and yes it’s the infoumous Zpanel. SORRY.

All the best, and I hope you have a great new year.

Simon

Mate thanks for your offer, However I finally decided to go with hosting it in Telehouse🙂 We now have two servers backing each other up so its all cool🙂

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