[bf1942] Vietnam dedicated server?

AIX Gaming webmaster at aixgaming.com
Tue Mar 9 11:53:13 EST 2004

Sounds good.  File Rush is centrally bit torrent based, so it would
certainly work through us.  We upgraded to a new powerful tracker app in
the last month and have had no problems being slashdotted and penny
arcaded since.

> Appreciated...  If we do BitTorrent (which is definately a good idea in
> the first few days of a launch) I would suggest we all combine efforts and
> have one tracker linked from any web sites it is hosted on.  BT works best
> when you have more clients connected to the same tracker. (assuming the
> tracker is not overloaded. ;) )
> --
> Steve Getman
> steve at lightcubed.com
> <quote who="AIX Gaming">
>> If it helps at all, I'm willing to host any files that need to be on
>> File
>> Rush.  We recently did major upgrades on our bandwidth and servers to
>> facilitate large audiences.  We're moving our bit torrent tracker over
>> to
>> a monster machine/pipe this weekend.
>>> To be honest I wouldn't know. What I do know is that there's a very
>>> talented
>>> gentleman helping the DICE Canada team with the Linux server so it's up
>>> to
>>> that office to make arrangements for releases.
>>> I know Steve Getman has said he would be interested in maintaining the
>>> forum
>>> and download hosting for BF:V as well which is very good news.
>>> // Andreas
>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: Steven Hartland [mailto:killing at multiplay.co.uk]
>>>> Sent: Tuesday, March 09, 2004 4:44 PM
>>>> To: bf1942 at icculus.org
>>>> Subject: [bf1942] Vietnam dedicated server?
>>>> Are we going to be able to get our mits on this early as we
>>>> have done in the past. Its a great help and a trend I would
>>>> love to see continue :)
>>>>     Steve / K
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