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Maranello server to be configured for Shared Hosting

Posted on: November 28, 2006

Maranello server arrived yesterday and I was playing around with the server, installed extra ECC memory (Server Memory) so now the server runs with 512 MB ECC Server RAM. I also upgraded the Hard Drive too the server when recieved came with an 18GB HDD, I now upgraded it to an IBM 100GB Hard drive.

The server will be setup as a Shared Server running ISP Config for the control panel and will be the primary Name Server for BNA Systems and will be given the following Domain name:-

NS1.BNASYSTEMS.CO.UK

This server is our first server and will run on Ubuntu 6.06 TLS with the Perfect ISP Setup which will include Mail and web hosting.

We will be providing services from here; People will be able to open four differant account types each costing differantly. The service plans for shared hosting will be as follows:-

Standard Package (£5.00 p/m)
1GB Premium Web Space
10 Email accounts
PHP
1x MySQL Database

Business Package (£8.00 p/m)
5GB Premium UK Web Space
50 Email address
PHP
3x MySQL Databases

Developer Package (£15.00 p/m)
5GB Premium UK Web Space
10 Email Addresses
SSH (Shell Access)
PHP Support
10x MySQL Databases

Reseller Package (£25.00 p/m)
20GB Premium UK Web Space
SSH (Shell Access).
Unlimited Email Accounts
Host multiple websites.
Custom DNS Entries

As well as shared hosting we also provide dedicated server and managed application packages. This server primarily will be setup and ONLY used for Shared Hosting packages; Once we have purchased a new server we will then be able to provide dedicated servers. At present we do not need to do this as we will build up an income from this server first as we need to start getting money in to pay for the collocation and then our expenses.

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