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Hmph.

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Ravuya

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My website provider has suddenly decided to cut my site off, claiming that I was "stealing bandwidth". I'm not quite sure how I can steal something I already bought.

The first-level tech had no fucking clue what I was going on about either, so he escalated the problem. Still waiting.

If it's still down by tomorrow I'll tell them to fuck right off and go get some shadowcore hosting.

Edit: Looks like I'm not the only one with a problem with them. I recommend never using them. Ever.
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I don't see any terms & conditions on the site, so I presume you're at his mercy. He sees your download as a tap on their bandwidth for which they don't get any return, so he suspended you.

If you've got a gamedev+ account, you've got webspace there. Why not just host it on gamedev?

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I use SQL and PHP pretty heavily on my site. GDNet+ doesn't provide that, to the best of my knowledge.

Also, I'm riding on another person's account (realitybytes.tk) who is paying for the service, and his site is fine. I don't know why mine isn't, but we'll work something out. I will probably be going to shadowcore.

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