becoming a public server

Frank Black frank.black@ironhillhardware.com
Mon Feb 6 19:56:29 UTC 2006


> A public server needs a trivial CPU.
>
> It needs enough bandwidth to handle 4 TCP "floods" from peers and 10
> or 15 million UDP requests from anonymous clients per day.  The floods
> total perhaps 1 GByte/day.  Each request is about 120 bytes.  That is
> a total of a few GByte/day or a few 10 Kbit/sec.

OK, that's very small.  Or smallest pipe is 100mbps, so this amount of
bandwidth won't even be noticed.

> When you are ready, contact me privately.

I will be ready within 2 weeks.  I will contact you then.  Thanks for your
help.

-- 
Frank Black
Lead System Administrator
Iron Hill, LLC



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