Yes, I am definitely familiar with BBSes (Bulletin Board Systems).. I am somewhat old school, remember? And yes, I know what a sysop (Systems Operator) is. I'm surprised that people are still using the term BBS, actually, considering that the old-style modem-based BBSes went the way of the dodo
. And yes, I did play on a couple of MUDs (Multi User Dungeons) back in the day..
We might be able to work something out; it sounds like the best idea for such a situation would be a colocation through us. With our colocation option, a person provides us with his/her own hardware and we just connect it to the 'net -- and the customer pays a monthly fee based on how much bandwidth is used. That way, we don't have to worry about hardware requirements, or setup, or anything like that on our end.
If a customer would rather us administrate the machine and run it on our hardware, I would have to know much more about the software and its system and bandwidth requirements, security, and so on. And I'm not sure I would have time to learn that