Frequently Asked Questions
How long will it take to set up my new dedicated server?
QuadraNet is renowned for quick set up and deployment times. We're able to accomplish this as we have a dedicated
department, called our Provisioning Department, that specializes in building and racking servers. In most cases these servers will be set up same-day
(within 24 hours) after your order. The typical turn-around time for new orders is between 24-72 hours.
How much DDoS Protection is included with these dedicated servers?
By default, QuadraNet includes 3Gbps of its VEST Detect & Mitigate DDoS Protection with these dedicated servers, ensuring your server remains online and uninterrupted in the event of an attack under this size. Additional protection levels are available, and can be upgraded at any time. Learn more about VEST DDoS Protection here.
How can I request this server to be placed on your Asian Optimized network?
QuadraNet Los Angeles datacenter offers a segregated network called our "Asian Optimized Network" - which provides ideal routes to Asia, and allows our networking team to optimize routes IN + OUT as needed for best performance. Mention this in your email, and for an additional fee, we can set you up on the Asian Optimized network.
Do you provide KVM attachments to my server?
Yes, QuadraNet can attach a KVM to your server upon request. There is no additional charge for this. Give us a call or open a support ticket, our 24x7 support team will attach one to your server for you within minutes.
Do you provide Server Management services?
By default, these servers are self-managed. 24x7 Reactive Server Management by QuadraNet is available for an additional + $29/month, and can be added to any of these plans. To learn more, please click here.
I don't see a server specification I need here...
No problem, our server specialists are more than happy to help get you set up on something that fits your needs! Please contact our sales department
and we can custom tailor a server configuration that suits your needs and budget.