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Linux (free), Cloud Linux and Windows Server (with additional cost). We have the most used Linux distributions such as Centos, Debian and Ubuntu Server (among others that you can request). Additionally you can choose Cloud Linux or Windows Server (several versions available).

It is a service that allows you to have your own Physical Server connected to the Internet. We install a Dedicated Server with a fixed IP address and the characteristics of the plan and we give you root or administrator access to it.

Yes, you can ask for the configuration you need: redundant power supply, RAID controller, SAS or SSD drives, more memory, etc. Many options can be configured from the service request or we can make a custom quote.

We use top-tier hardware: HPE, Supermicro, and INTEL. Provided robust servers backed by major brands.

BAEHOST dedicated servers have hardware insurance. If the hardware fails we replace it to keep the server running.

Yes, you can provide web hosting and / or sell the service. We offer Cloud Servers with control panes installed, ready to provide Web hosting: cPanel, Plesk and DirectAdmin and others.

You only have to click on the "Signup" button of the chosen plan and follow the indicated steps until you receive the order number and confirmation of payment.

You can find more information about Dedicated Servers on our Blog: https://blog.baehost.com/tag/servidor-dedicado/

Yes, from the BAEHOST client area you can manage the reverse names of the dedicated IP addresses of your servers. It does it from the "rDNS Manager".

It is very fast, between 5 and 180 minutes, after completing the steps required to activate the service registration. Some services are automatically activated upon receipt of payment if you have another active service.

A Dedicated Server includes technical support for connectivity, hardware, remote access. Additionally, you can hire support for the operating system and software.

A great way to have higher availability is to add a second drive and create a data mirror, also called RAID-1. In RAID-1 the data is stored on two disks and if one fails the server continues to operate and it is possible to replace the failed one. Linux and Windows Server operating systems offer software RAID, which means that the operating system takes care of this task. For operating systems that do not have this function and/or to obtain better performance, there are PCI-E hardware controllers that perform this task and have memory and battery to obtain better disk access performance.

It is very important to take into account that if you want to use SSD (solid-state) drives with hardware RAID controllers, Datacenter (DC) class SSDs are recommended since they are optimized for this type of controller.

You can add remote NFS  or iSCSI mounted storage for backup using operating system tools or software of your choice.

More info at https://baehost.com/servicios/backup/