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  1. #1
    Willy Van den Driessche Guest

    Hosting webservices

    I am eager to try out the new webservices stuff. I think I can work out the
    programmatic things (one at a time). My problem is one of configuration.
    What do I need to deploy a webservice ? Do I need a server at home with a
    fixed IP-address ? (my current provider subscription explicitly disallows
    any IP-tricks too keep my IP address variable but known) Do I seek for a
    specific provider that has .NET server ?
    I mean : I can try this at home in a LAN but I would really like these to be
    real tests. It's hard to imagine what a 56K Modem user experiences when you
    test on a 100 Mb LAN.
    --
    Van den Driessche Willy
    For a work in progress :
    http://users.skynet.be/wvdd2/index.html



  2. #2
    Cali LaFollett Guest

    Re: Hosting webservices

    Willy,

    I am currently using a company called rjsNetworks
    (http://www.rjsnetworks.com) for my wifes Visionized.com site
    (http://www.visionized.com Currently still under ASP 2 with ASP.NET version
    comming along nicely). rjs is only offering .NET on their Enterprise
    subscription. BUT you are in luck, there are many others out there for you
    to choose from if you want.

    For what you are doing, I would recommend Brinkster
    (http://www.brinkster.com/) but you can also check out the Action Jackson
    site (http://www.actionjackson.com/hosts/search.asp) and check the "ASP.NET"
    button at the bottom right corner of the page. This will give a decent list
    of hosts that accomodate .NET.

    Hope this helps,

    Cal



  3. #3
    Dan Fergus Guest

    Re: Hosting webservices

    The Startup tab has a list of current partners under the 'Web Hosting' tab.
    I use eraserver for my hosting. You can find their address on one of the
    partner tabs or go to www.eraserver.com

    Dan

    "Willy Van den Driessche" <Willy.Van.denDriessche@skynet.be> wrote in
    message news:3c8525c2@10.1.10.29...
    > I am eager to try out the new webservices stuff. I think I can work out

    the
    > programmatic things (one at a time). My problem is one of configuration.
    > What do I need to deploy a webservice ? Do I need a server at home with a
    > fixed IP-address ? (my current provider subscription explicitly disallows
    > any IP-tricks too keep my IP address variable but known) Do I seek for a
    > specific provider that has .NET server ?
    > I mean : I can try this at home in a LAN but I would really like these to

    be
    > real tests. It's hard to imagine what a 56K Modem user experiences when

    you
    > test on a 100 Mb LAN.
    > --
    > Van den Driessche Willy
    > For a work in progress :
    > http://users.skynet.be/wvdd2/index.html
    >
    >




  4. #4
    willy van den Driessche Guest

    Re: Hosting webservices


    Thanks to both !

    I'll have a look at the suggested sites and providers.

    Willy


  5. #5
    DevX Guest

    Re: Hosting webservices

    When you get a chance, please post back your experience with the vendors. I
    am considering the same issue and would like to learn more about the
    alternatives and experience of working with these folks.

    John G.

    "willy van den Driessche" <Willy.van.den.driessche@skynet.be> wrote in
    message news:3c85fa35$1@10.1.10.29...
    >
    > Thanks to both !
    >
    > I'll have a look at the suggested sites and providers.
    >
    > Willy
    >




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