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Captain Tycoon
11-17-2007, 05:10 AM
So, which is better? I don't think anyone has compared a VPS with a Reseller. In my opinion, a VPS would be good if you're advanced.

mountlaurel
11-17-2007, 05:58 AM
it depends on what you need and what do you want to your hosting... if you want to be a reseller go to reseller option. if you want to develop more sites that can be a high traffic site go for VPS.

but right now i'm looking on vps for my proxy sites...

Courage
11-18-2007, 02:46 AM
See, if you want to host sites that need to be up all the time irrespective of the hosters' uptime... you should go for a VPS.

If that doesn't make a difference, go for resellership.

mountlaurel
11-19-2007, 11:13 AM
i'm now looking for a vps , can you share your experience using a vps? and your suggested vps company

numskull
11-20-2007, 06:48 AM
Firstly, If VPS is chosen, you will also have to pay for cpanel license.
Secondly, all the burden of your clients' support falls upon you.

Captain Tycoon
11-20-2007, 18:05 PM
Firstly, If VPS is chosen, you will also have to pay for cpanel license.
Secondly, all the burden of your clients' support falls upon you.

Most VPS providers provide cPanel too. Plus, i have to agree with you on the support that your clients will need.

abiji
11-25-2007, 15:47 PM
If you get a managed VPS then its good for starting a small hosting company from your existing clients. If you don't have knowledge of how to manage a server then you should seriously consider Reseller hosting.

Check rackforce.com for managed VPS if you want.

terminator69
11-29-2007, 13:45 PM
They both have different purposes. And no you don't need cPanel to have one.

I recently rented one off vt16 hosting.

mountlaurel
11-29-2007, 13:49 PM
so please tell me? is vt16 is good?

terminator69
11-29-2007, 13:51 PM
so please tell me? is vt16 is good?
To tell the truth i am not that happy about vt16. Their servers have just come back from 24 hour downtime. But I've only been with them for a week so they might be all right in the long run.

mountlaurel
11-29-2007, 13:59 PM
i asked because they offer me a cheap vps.. for $44 only..

nazia
11-30-2007, 20:58 PM
I think reseller is the best because I have used this one in my life..
But i dont know about the VPS..
If that is better than reseller then VPS is better otherwise I like Reseller..

Captain Tycoon
12-01-2007, 17:57 PM
At the moment, Im thinking of starting with a reseller first and then moving to a VPS when i need it, anyone have any different thoughts?

mountlaurel
12-01-2007, 19:27 PM
im also looking forward onto this.. i hope if you find one please let me know too...
i'm looking at tophosts well the offer is good and very reliable but i need a lower offer.

bizwiz
12-02-2007, 08:54 AM
Depends on what you want to do but given the choice I'd go for reseller hosting. Saves me a lot of troubles and headaches.

mountlaurel
12-02-2007, 08:59 AM
right now i got a promo version of vps for $30 only...

this is the spes:

80gb of space
1024 guaranteed memory
1000 gigs bandwidth

i was lucky for this offer.. hehehe.. they have also a great service..

jani83
04-25-2008, 13:46 PM
i'm now looking for a vps.Firstly,If VPS is chosen,you will also have to pay for cpanel license.Most VPS providers provide cPanel too
Check rackforce.com for managed VPS if you want.

lyen125
06-25-2014, 01:28 AM
See, if you want to host sites that need to be up all the time irrespective of the hosters' uptime... you should go for a VPS.

If that doesn't make a difference, go for resellership.


I agree with this it will be good option for every one having doubt with vps or reseller which one to take