Logging into Virtual Highway grid for the first time
Today I signed up for Virtual Highway which is an opensim grid offering a complete role-play world to live out wildest dreams. The grid has been running since 2009 when it opened to the public and has been growing since then. The servers run a quad-core quad with 32 gigs of memory with 1 gigabyte network switches. At the moment the grid has 239 total regions, 1484 total regions with 172 active residents that have logged in during the past 30 days. It’s a rather small grid when looking at the whole map but the grid offers many interesting things. The signup process is straightforward and which should take a few minutes to complete. Virtual Highway grid requires Imprudence, Firestorm or Singularity viewers to log into the grid.
FREE LAND is available on Virtual Highway currently for residential use only. The free islands offers 312 prims on 4, 096 sq. meters. This is a great for new residents to make a perfect home on the virtual highway grid.
- Login URL > http://login.virtualhighway.us:8002
This snapshot shows the Virtual Highway Website
This snapshot shows the Virtual Highway grid map…
This snapshot shows the Virtual Highway landing point…
Virtual Highway groups to join…
- Virtual Highway
- Virtual Highway Chat & Fun
- Builders Guild
- Scripting Support
- VH Events
The Virtual Highway website is great to navigate with good content to get started I think. The landing point is very welcoming with many areas to visit and it’s a great place to start the virtual highway adventures. The latest news is that Virtual Highway team have lowered the price of 40, 000 prim full regions to $60 USD per month with the mainland price being $50 USD per month for 15, 000 prim regions with no setup fees. On the official website points out that Virtual Highway is NOT HyperGrid-Enabled at the bottom of the page. There are many places to visit on Virtual Highway at the welcome center on the Landmark board and there is a showcase page on the website worth checking out.
Join Virtual Highway today if you are interested in exploring opensim grids!
Posted on September 12, 2013, in OpenSim, OpenSim Grids, Second Life, SL Announcements, SL Breaking News, SL Community, SL Cool Stuff, SL News Alert, SL Snapshots, SL Summary and tagged Open Simulator, OpenSim, Second Life, SL Breaking News, SL News. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.