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# 14232 22-Jun-2007 11:48
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Anyone know of a ISP that would host a IVR developed using Asterisk.
Preferably one that could also host ASP web site.

Also any problems I might have in hosting an ASP website/Asterisk IVR combination

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  # 75638 22-Jun-2007 13:00
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Rather than an ISP hosting service you're really in need of somebody offering good rates on a co-location service so you can phyically install your machine or a good price to run Asterisk on a hosted box. Neither will be particularly cheap.

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  # 79104 21-Jul-2007 13:31
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Could you expand. I dont fully understand the options.
Do you have any other idea for hosting and/or running a simple ivr in public domain to access my database.
What kind of price do you reckon not particularly cheap is or who I can call to find out.
Or am I just dreaming about this idea


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  # 79116 21-Jul-2007 15:22
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Dedicated hosting - ISP owns server, you rent whole thing off them, and get to use all its resources
Shared hosting - ISP owns server, you rent space on it, and must share CPU time etc with others (no good for VoIP or persistent applications)
Telehousing/co-location - You purchase own server, and rent rackspace and bandwidth.

Thats possibly a little oversimplified, but is basically it in a nutshell.

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