It is possible to difference? I marketed Virtual Server on my small site and someone pointed out that that's difficult with Alabanza. I had been of the opinion that should you have had a Unix Spend account and could administer your bank account through the command line and modify files that pertain for your requirements you'd an online server. I checked my Newton's Telecom Dictionary 15th erectile dysfunction., Requested jeeves, examined Duster's resource area (that is very useful BTW) at, and did an over-all web search "virtual hosting versus. virtual servers". I discovered the virtual server website hosting companies provide the same features and services that my opportunity provides. It is possible to distinguishable difference? The only real factor which i found to date may be the term multiplexing (not in Newton's Dictionary BTW) accustomed to describe Virtual Servers. I'd rather not mislead any clients and so i would appreciate any help.

John E. Ode, MCSE

[Edited by johnode on 09-21-2000 at 05:52 PM]
Yes, there's a positive change. I have had both. My first account was virtual hosting and was for my website only. I desired different things, so eventually visited an online server account at AIT (it looked good in writing but what lousy service they've!). Having a virtual server and thru what they can control panel, I could add and remove e-mail addresses and FTP makes up about domain names I located, new domain names, block junk e-mail, and the majority of the usual functions associated with adding new accounts. I had been also in a position to book the disk space I taken care of at no additional cost (apart from $2 monthly for domains). It had been there which i began researching the httpd.conf, virtusertable along with other important files associated with server management.

You do not get by using virtual hosting. There's a made the decision distinction between virtual hosting and virtual servers. Individuals who may eventually proceed to a devoted server should certainly choose a virtual server account first. It's really a good summary of a few of the fundamentals of server management, a minimum of in regards to domains and accounts.

[This message continues to be edited by Duster (edited 08-02-2000).]
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