? about what my IP config and bandwidth should be. Shopping for server

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  1. damian

    damian Active Member

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    Right now im trying to decide on a dedi for an smtp server. What would you recommend for a beginner mailer on a budget (of course i am willing to pay for quality, but dont want to go overkill, you know?)

    These are the options i have with a certain provider.

    Network Configuration:
    IP Addresses:
    You may be asked to fill out an IP-justification form after order.
    /29 - 8 Addresses, 5 Usable (Add $0.00)
    /28 - 16 Addresses, 13 Usable (Add $10.00)
    /27 - 32 Addresses, 29 Usable (Add $20.00)
    /26 - 64 Addresses, 61 Usable (Add $30.00)
    /25 - 128 Addresses, 125 Usable (Add $40.00)
    /24 - 256 Addresses, 253 Usable (Add $50.00)


    Bandwidth / Data Transfer:
    If you would like a custom bandwidth plan, please contact sales.
    10,000 GB Metered (Add $0.00)
    15,000 GB Metered (Add $55.00)
    20,000 GB Metered (Add $110.00)
    25,000 GB Metered (Add $165.00)
    30,000 GB Metered (Add $220.00)
    35,000 GB Metered (Add $275.00)
    25Mbps Dedicated Unmetered (Add $200.00)
    50Mbps Dedicated Unmetered (Add $300.00)
    100Mbps Dedicated Unmetered (Add $550.00)
    250Mbps Dedicated Unmetered (Add $1,250.00)
    500Mbps Dedicated Unmetered (Add $2,375.00)
    750Mbps Dedicated Unmetered (Add $3,375.00)
    1000Mbps Dedicated Unmetered (Add $4,000.00)


    Uplink / Port Speed:
    This server can support up to 1,000 Mbps.
    100 Mbps Uplink Port (Add $0.00)
    1000 Mbps Uplink Port (Add $35.00)
     
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    The number of ips partly depends on whether you want to target GI or not.
     
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    I'd like to know who has $50 C classes

    but at that rate how could they be anything but cooked to the ground, total shit IPs???

    :261:
     
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    More than likely Burst, and their new ips out of Europe aren't cooked yet.
     
  5. noobking

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    you should ask your ESP about those spec

    but as you're mailing GI, /27 is good for you to start.

    pushsend, he's using ubiquity, I think
     
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    my thought was Burst as well, or any SingleHop reseller. @ $50 per C I'd give 'em a try though if they aren't all fucked up.

    NK - no way he's using Ubiquity. And if he's gonna mail GI I'd tell him to stay away from them entirely.

     
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    I'm sure he's using ubiquity...i know this page...yeah, they're crazy...
     
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    And I'll tell again - those are NOT ubiquity prices for IPs. But hey...no big deal.
     
  9. damian

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    that is ubiquity.

    so their shit dedis i suppose? I'll look elsewhere then.

    but the question still stands. Someone said /27 im guessing those i can find at a good price?

    What kind of bandwidth should i be looking at?
     

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