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[aprssig] New home needed for findU

James kb7tbt at gmail.com
Mon Aug 7 21:20:39 UTC 2006

I do not know if you have looked into this, but I have been using 
www.GoDaddy.com for my site and 3 commercial sites that I maintain, they 
have never been down or offline for more then 15 min in the past 2 years and 
that has only happened 3 times.

There prices blows everyone in the industry away, they do have a package 
that has 2000GB monthly bandwidth for 15 bucks a month {less when you sign 
up for 12 months.}

I have oodles of pix and ham files and even mirror a few heavy duty pdf's, 
RAR and zip's from my site and haven't hit my limit yet, and I pay $3.50 a 

They have allot to offer.
There even giving away a free .INFO url for new signups.
There offices are located in Scottsdale, Arizona.


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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Steve Dimse" <steve at dimse.com>
To: "TAPR APRS Mailing List" <aprssig at lists.tapr.org>
Sent: Monday, August 07, 2006 12:06 PM
Subject: [aprssig] New home needed for findU

> The company that was hosting findU has been sold, and will no longer  be 
> owned by hams, so findU needs to move. If you have access to a  good data 
> center home for it that can be donated or reduced in price,  please let me 
> know.
> This needs to be in a real data center, not in a home somewhere, no 
> matter how good your net connection is. The bandwidth use last month  was 
> 31.5 GBytes for the web server, there is also the name server,  email, and 
> the APRS IS incoming feeds, so figure something like  50GB/ month, or 1.7 
> GB/day as a good guess for total bandwidth.
> It does need to run name and email servers, as well as APRS IS ports  for 
> javAPRS, so it either must be in a DMZ or somewhere holes can be  poked in 
> the firewall.
> Steve K4HG
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