Hosting, from me!

Kirk Cerny kirksemail at gmail.com
Wed Jun 27 14:05:32 MDT 2007


I live in sandy, but run a machine from my moms basement on the MSTAR
fiber network in orem.
I host 3 or 4 sites, and email on it now, but I would like to partner
up to host more.


On 6/27/07, Lonnie Olson <lists at kittypee.com> wrote:
> Brandon Stout wrote:
> > Or... you could forgoe the NAT thing altogether - something built to get
> > around the limited number of available IP addresses on the Internet, and
> > go IP V6...  The VPS v3 FreBSD and Linux plans both offer IP V6.
>
> ZOMG!  FreeBSD + IPv6 + cheap hosting!  Now that just caught my attention.
>
> I am currently running my own server at home on my lowly DSL connection
> (no more free colo).  I might be interested.
>
> /me looks at plans on verio.com
> I don't see mention of IPv6.  Is it just a tunnel, or did they find a
> real IPv6 connected provider?
>
> 20G limit?  :(  I use about 10G myself, just for data.
>
>
>
> --lonnie
>
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