SouthBendServers - L5420, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD

Zach

New Member
Verified Provider
Hey guys,

I have one of these servers available, racked and ready to go.  Here are the specs:

- 1x Intel L5420 2.5Ghz Quad core

- 2x2GB DDR2-677 PC5300

- 1x 500GB Western Digital RE3 SATA II 7.2K

- 100Mbit Port/1Gbit Backbone

- 2TB Transfer

- 4 usable IP Addresses (/29)

- Any Linux distro

- South Bend, IN

- $50.00 $40/per month

About our Network

Our network (AS12260) consists of Level(3) Communications, Cogent Communications, InterNAP, and UnlimitedNet, LLC. We operate on a Cisco and Foundry/Brocade-based BGP network.

Datacenter Pictures

http://i.imgur.com/1fydQ1D.jpg

- http://i.imgur.com/bTkumI0.jpg

I can have this server set up and installed by this week.  Send me a PM or email me(zach[@]sustainabledatacenters.com).

Thanks!
 
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Zach

New Member
Verified Provider
Isn't a /29 5 Usable IP addresses? 
A /29 is actually 6 addresses total.  But the way we have our network set up you get 4 usable IPv4 addresses.  SilverKnightTech has a similar setup I believe
 
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Zach

New Member
Verified Provider
Got it.

Now that you've got my curiosity peaked, how exactly is it set up?
We have a /29 assigned to each interface on our switch from the datacenter (gives us 5 IPs to work with) and a /29 assigned to our uplink.  We route all traffic (0.0.0.0) to that interface and we route each gateways in each of the /29's assigned to our interfaces to our uplink as well.  Doing it this way consumes an additional address but it's cheaper.

Basically:

ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 int gateway (uplink)

ip route gateway mask (/32) uplink (each switchport)
 

Zach

New Member
Verified Provider
If anyone is still interested, I could do this server for $40 and have it set up on about 24 hours.
 

VPN.SH

Active Member
Great price, would purchase if I had a need for a dedi with that amount of resources, but no need currently.
 
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