How long should the order of VDS hosting be processed?

Started by np.carzspa, Oct 03, 2022, 12:49 AM

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np.carzspaTopic starter

Wow, it's been 12 years since I last saw a hosting company manually process orders. I actually ordered a VPS 5 hours ago and was surprised to see that my order status still says "Processed (opening)". It's interesting to see that there are still companies out there that rely on manual processing methods.
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mishraviplav7877

It's rare to see manual activation of web hosting in today's modern world. However, there may be a variety of reasons for your particular case, ranging from issues on the hosting side to glitches in the billmanager system. For instance, if you ordered hosting with a dedicated IP that is not available, it could result in an activation failure. Your best bet is to check with webhosting support to get a clear answer.

It's possible that some kind of protection system may have been triggered, preventing automatic activation. This could be due to security measures put in place to protect both the hosting company and the user from potential threats. It's important to remember that while automated processes are convenient, they may not always be foolproof, and human intervention may still be necessary to ensure a smooth experience.
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soffice

For many hosting tariffs, activation occurs automatically after payment is received. If you find that your order was not activated immediately, it's possible that an error occurred during the ordering process. To address this issue, it's recommended that you reach out to the technical support or sales department for assistance.

When it comes to VDS and VPS tariffs, activation typically takes around 24-48 hours from the moment of payment. For dedicated servers, activation may take anywhere from 24-96 hours, depending on the rules of the data center. It's important to keep in mind that the activation period starts counting from the moment of payment, so it's always a good idea to make sure your payment is processed promptly to avoid any unnecessary delays.
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AmitVermaSPS

Yes, it is indeed surprising to encounter hosting companies that still rely on manual processing methods. In this age of automation and instant gratification, most businesses opt for streamlined and automated processes to ensure faster order fulfillment.
However, some companies may have their reasons for sticking with manual processing, such as a smaller customer base or specific requirements that can't be easily automated. Nonetheless, it's always good to see innovation and progress in the hosting industry.
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