[TriLUG] thinking about RR Biz again.
mark at thefowles.com
Sun Feb 6 11:40:43 EST 2005
Based on my experience with RR Biz for CPCHS (a high school) -- It's not
bad. You get 1 IP, (we get 2x2) and host are own environment -- the
offer the ability to reduce cost to customers by hosting for you - but
you don't have to go that route.....
gregbrown at mindspring.com wrote:
>I think it's time I made the great leap from "regular" RR to business class. Over the years the business class offerings have changed quite a bit and I am looking for feedback regarding which kind of business class service to order. My requirements are:
>1. at least one static IP Address
>2. ability to host my own complete network (DNS, web, mail, etc) from my house
>Well, that's about it for core requirements. Looking at RR's business page (http://www.twcbroadband.com/solutions/promotional.cfm) it seems that in order to get a static IP address I have to go with at least the 3x384 Professional service (3 meg download, 384k upload). However the way the biz page reads it almost sounds like the professional class is a hosted solution, which I do not want.
>So, the remaining questions are:
>1. is the professional level service hosted or not?
>2. does anyone have any idea how much professional level costs?
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