How to Set Up Your Hosting Companies Backend Published: Mar 29, 2005
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Comments (13)

  • Gravatar - Mo
    Mo 07:49, April 18, 2005
    Thank you for an amazingly informative article.<br />
    <br />
    we need more of this stuff.<br />
    <br />
    REQUEST:<br />
    I am having trouble in Accounting my hosting business. To be precise, in creating P&L and the balance sheet etc..<br />
    It would be greatful if you provide a sample for them. and please let ti be a hosting company example not any other business.<br />
    <br />
    Thank you again.
  • Gravatar - Rich
    Rich 23:07, February 1, 2006
    Hmm..<br />
    I dont know where to go to actually start the hosting?
  • Gravatar - mario
    mario 07:32, April 22, 2006
    can someone suggest a system that does all that ?
  • Gravatar - Ron Mayer
    Ron Mayer 02:21, August 5, 2006
    How much do you have to pay ATT or ITT to connect your server to the phone line?<br />
    <br />
  • Gravatar - James
    James 02:18, July 18, 2007
    T1 will run you about $369 or digg deeper and you can find them in the lower $300's make sure it includes the loop this is for a T1 1.5MB NO one should run a "Legit" hosting Company with anything less... <br />
    <br />
    Dont go it DSL or Dialup. :)
  • Gravatar - Naveen
    Naveen 15:22, September 28, 2007
    I'm planning to set up my own web hosting company. can you just tell me what is the hardware configuration and bandwidth required and cost needed for setup...
  • Gravatar - ryan
    ryan 17:24, August 30, 2008
    I'm planning to set up my own web hosting company. can you tell me the best equipment to get and the best set up and who is the best isp and how much money is required
  • Gravatar - maryan
    maryan 06:05, April 10, 2009
    Hi, I'm planning to set up my own web hosting business. can i know what are the requirements basically to run a business, the solutions. Thanks
  • Gravatar - imed
    imed 02:44, January 1, 2010
    host
  • Gravatar - seogurug.com
    seogurug.com 04:06, July 25, 2010
    Hi, I'm planning to set up my own web hosting business. can i know what are the requirements basically to run a business, Thanks
  • Gravatar - m4niac
    m4niac 15:40, October 7, 2010
    thank you so much :) i'll come with results ;)
  • Gravatar - famous ighodaro
    famous ighodaro 23:33, October 13, 2010
    i must say, this is tremendous, thanks for the grate information and lesson.
    i am from nigeria, and read computer science. i want to set up my own hosting company here in Nigeria but i don't really know anything about setting up a hosting company but i will like to set it up here.

    reason

    1. because i have design a social network which i will like to host it in my company,
    2. the hosting company here will charge me alot for my social network site because it has a space for every one to upload their video if they which.
    3. the space that i will net for this site will be big and it will cost me alot for every month.
    let me say that should be all for now


    till i hear from you
    ighodaro famous
  • Gravatar - RBX
    RBX 16:33, May 24, 2011
    Great page. I needed to clear up some questions with regards to billing customers and you have answered them.

    Thanks for your efforts
    RBX

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