Windows Web Hosting
Details of DONHOST
|If you confuse to choose web hosting
then you need to try Donhost methodes. They will ask you some
questions about your plan to find what features you will use.
this Designer plan, you get 1 GB web space and 2 GB bandwidth. The
price is £11.99, but if you pay in one full year, you just pay
£119.99 (two months discount).
Donhost use Microsoft Windows 2003 as Operating system. Beside it, you can make MSXML and SHTML scripts
and upload it to Donhost. Your account will be hosted on mirror
servers in their data centres that has uninterrupted connectivity.
||Monthly, Quarterly, Annually
||Credit/debit card, Checque/bank transfer
||250 POP3/SMTP e-mail accounts, Unlimited e-mail
address, Anti virus, Spam Bouncer, 250 e-mail autoresponders, Webmail
||ASP, MSXML, SHTML, Perl, CGI
||Graphical web stats, Raw log files
||£11.99 /year domain name registration
||E-mail support, Telephone, Fax
Control Panel 5.0, Windows 2003 Operating System,
Frontpage 2002 extension, Microsoft access databases, 100% Uptime
||January 20, 2008
Downhost is a part
of Pipex Communications group. This company was established in 2000 as a
reseller of other web hosting company. Today, Donhost, Ltd. provides a high
quality and cost effective server solutions for private entrepreneurs like
multiple connections to get more speed and reliability. They keep two routers
standby routes the protocol to guarantee availibility. After that, they use
multiple firewall to protect server from malicious viruses or traffic.
Donhost uses Dell
servers and technology with FreeBSD Linux or Microsoft Windows 2003 as their Operating Systems
(OS). All of them use
dual 100 Mega bits Ethernet adapters, dual Intel Pentium Xeon processors, and a
minimum of 2 gigabytes of memory.
Their data centres
are operated at UK cites including Manchester, London and Leeds.
WINDOWS WEB HOSTING DIRECTORY
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