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  2. Back in December ColoCrossing was issued by ARIN a /14 of IP space: http://www.spamhaus.org/sbl/query/SBL214220 NetRange: 107.172.0.0 - 107.175.255.255 CIDR: 107.172.0.0/14 OriginAS: AS36352 NetName: CC-17 NetHandle: NET-107-172-0-0-1 Parent: NET-107-0-0-0-0 NetType: Direct Allocation RegDate: 2013-12-27 Updated: 2013-12-27 SpamHaus, just yesterday lopped off a /16 of the range for bad behavior / use of IPs for "Snowshoe spam operation" SBL214220 107.172.0.0/16 velocity-servers.net 25-Feb-2014 10:39 GMT snowshoe range
  3. I have some legacy IPV4 /24 netblocks from ARIN. Seeking a reliable VPS provider with nodes in US who can advertise one such block in BGP and route it to a VPS, i.e. so the VPS would have ~253 usable IPV4 addresses. Please quote lead time, as well as any one-time and/or monthly charges that would be added to the normal VPS cost. Also, please state which of your packages would be eligible for this add-on. Thanks.
  4. Hello everyone! We have just released IP Manager For WHMCS 2.0 with WHMCS V6 and six template template support! Additionally, the module comes with the implementation of IP blocks which will indubitably prove useful for every admin handling the management of IPv6 addresses. By means of the new feature you will be able to combine multiple IP pools into one IP block and then assign the whole subnets to your clients' accounts, instead of assigning single IP addresses as it has been done until now. Changelog - Version 2.0.0: New Feature: WHMCS V6 support New Feature: WHMCS V6 templates support - five and six New Feature: Create IPv6 block New Feature: Assign IPv6 block to configuration New Feature: Assign pool from IPv6 block to web hosting account automatically New Feature: Assign IP addresses from hosting IP pool automatically Changed: IP pool assigned to client is available only to that client Bug Fix: Core assignment functionality Bug Fix: Calculating amount of IP addresses to assign Bug Fix: Many minor tweaks Are You Interested? ♦ Order IP Manager For WHMCS Now! Do You Need More Information? ♦ Read More About IP Manager For WHMCS Are You Looking For A Complete Documentation? ♦ Visit IP Manager For WHMCS Wiki Do You Want Us To Install And Configure The Module For You? ♦ Tick 'IP Manager Installation Service' Field While Ordering The Product We have also released DNS Manager For WHMCS 1.9.10 with WHMCS V6 and template six support. Make sure to check it out too! :) Link: http://www.modulesgarden.com/products/whmcs/dns_manager/features
  5. We have some unused IPV4 Space that is available for rent / lease in the ARIN region. /24 Minimum Pricing: $0.26/month per IP on Monthly Payment $0.21/month per IP on Quarterly Payment $0.19/month per IP on Semi-Annual Payment $0.16/month per IP on Annual Payment To order please send us an email at sales[at]subnetlabs.com or open a support ticket on our website with your needs and any questions you have. Custom pricing can be arranged.
  6. We have some unused IPV4 Space that is available for rent / lease in the ARIN region. Pricing: $0.26/month per IP on Monthly Payment $0.21/month per IP on Quarterly Payment $0.19/month per IP on Semi-Annual Payment $0.16/month per IP on Annual Payment To order please send us an email at sales[at]subnetlabs.com or open a support ticket on our website with your needs and any questions you have.
  7. We are proud to announce the last BIG release in 2014. And the word BIG is just not enough! We really wanted to finish this year with something extra and enter the upcoming 2015 with peace of mind. Yesterday we promised you some real fireworks and you shall have it! Let's begin with introduction of IP Manager For WHMCS 1.8. It has been enriched with SolusVM and Proxmox integration as well as mass IP assignment and many others! 1. Changelog – IP Manager For WHMCS 1.8: New Feature: SolusVM Extended VPS submodule New Feature: Proxmox VPS submodule New Feature: Mass assign IP addresses New Feature: Create unassigned IPv6 address in IP pool New Feature: Custom fields per IP pool New Feature: Import IP pools from XML and CSV files New Feature: Set IP address as assigned New Feature: IP Addresses Cleaner New Feature: Logs Minor bug fixes Are You Interested? ♦ Order IP Manager For WHMCS Now! Do You Need More Information? ♦ Read More About IP Manager For WHMCS Are You Looking For A Complete Documentation? ♦ Visit IP Manager For WHMCS Wiki Do You Want Us To Install And Configure The Module For You? ♦ Tick 'IP Manager Installation Service' Field While Ordering The Product We have also updated all of our SolusVM Extended modules for WHMCS. We added many amazing features, just take a look! 2. SolusVM Extended VPS For WHMCS - Version 1.4: New Feature: noVNC HTML5 console - KVM and XEN HVM New Feature: New configurable option: 'iso' New Feature: Update OS templates and ISO images in a configurable option group New Feature: Duplicate products while retaining their settings New Feature: Display new root password while rebuilding KVM New Feature: If 'username' already exists, number suffix is added New Feature: Terminate SolusVM user along with VPS if it is the only VPS of that user Bug Fix: Generate configurable options functionality Are You Interested? ♦ Order SolusVM Extended VPS For WHMCS Now! Do You Need More Information? ♦ Read More About SolusVM Extended VPS For WHMCS Are You Looking For A Complete Documentation? ♦ Visit SolusVM Extended VPS For WHMCS Wiki Do You Want Us To Install And Configure The Module For You? ♦ Tick 'SolusVM Extended VPS Installation Service' Field While Ordering The Product 3. SolusVM Extended Cloud For WHMCS - Version 1.4: New Feature: noVNC HTML5 console - KVM and XEN HVM New Feature: Duplicate products while retaining their settings New Feature: Display new root password while rebuilding KVM New Feature: If 'username' already exists, number suffix is added Bug Fix: Generate configurable options functionality Bug Fix: Mount ISO image Are You Interested? ♦ Order SolusVM Extended Cloud For WHMCS Now! Do You Need More Information? ♦ Read More About SolusVM Extended Cloud For WHMCS Are You Looking For A Complete Documentation? ♦ Visit SolusVM Extended Cloud For WHMCS Wiki Do You Want Us To Install And Configure The Module For You? ♦ Tick 'SolusVM Extended Cloud Installation Service' Field While Ordering The Product 4. SolusVM Extended Reseller For WHMCS - Version 1.3: New Feature: Duplicate products while retaining their settings Bug Fix: Generate configurable options functionality Are You Interested? ♦ Order SolusVM Extended Reseller For WHMCS Now! Do You Need More Information? ♦ Read More About SolusVM Extended Reseller For WHMCS Are You Looking For A Complete Documentation? ♦ Visit SolusVM Extended Reseller For WHMCS Wiki Do You Want Us To Install And Configure The Module For You? ♦ Tick 'SolusVM Extended Reseller Installation Service' Field While Ordering The Product Read Also: Top 5 Advantages Of Custom Software - What Makes It So Appealing? Coming Next: New release list for the beginning of 2015 with show up on our Forums soon! Do You Need Custom Software Development? Specially for you we will adapt an application and its design to your own needs, create an adequate addon, an entirely new module or even a complete system! We can advise how to solve your problems and propose an optimal solution for your business. ♦ Contact Us Today! We will send you the quote, ETA and more details within 24-48 hours. For more information about our promotions, products and company activity - join our social networks! ♦ Forums ♦ Blog ♦ Facebook ♦ Twitter ♦ Google+ ♦ LinkedIn ♦ YouTube
  8. I have seen many hosts & other individuals who want to setup KVM with OVH servers having lot of difficulties because the gateways & routing of network interfaces is different in OVH's network. Some even totally give up the idea & quit thinking about setting KVM on OVH's network. That is why I have made this tutorial so that you can benefit from it & set up KVM on OVH servers with ease. Following assumptions have been made to make it easy for you to understand: First of all, we should update our OS with following command using SSH: # yum update Once done, please restart your system. After that make sure IPv6 is working properly on your server, an easier way to check is pinging any popular website with IPv6 # ping6 google.com If there is a timeout then it is possible IPv6 is not setup on the server. So first we will setup IPv6 on the server # nano /etc/sysconfig/network Add the the following 2 lines: Once done, type Ctrl + X, select YES & Enter Now we will add our IPv6 subnet to the server: # /sbin/ifconfig eth0 inet6 add 2001:41d0:a:abcd::1/64 # route -A inet6 add default gw 2001:41d0:a:abff:ff:ff:ff:ff dev eth0 Note: 5x FF have to be placed at the end in all cases, for more details please consulthttp://help.ovh.com/Ipv4Ipv6 Now the IPv6 should be working & we can proceed firther with our installations Install SolusVM(or any other control panel of your choice e.g Virtualizor, Feathur etc): For SolusVM Master server, install with no virtualization option using the following guide: http://docs.solusvm.com/v2/Content/Installation/Installing-Master.htm For SolusVM Slave server, install with KVM using the following guide: http://docs.solusvm.com/v2/Content/Installation/Installing-Slave.htm That will automatically install KVM & now we can proceed with network configurations First of all we will edit the eth0 interface: Type the following using SSH: # nano /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 Remove everything which is there & type or paste the following: Once done, type Ctrl + X, select YES & Enter Now we have to edit the br0 interface: # nano /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-br0 Save & press Enter Note: Gateway here will always be IPv4 address of your server ending in 254. If IPv6 was working on your server when you installed OS & you didn't have to add it manually, then you might have to set IPV6_AUTOCONF="yes" Next step is configuring the bridging of our IPv4 subnet, the IPv4 addresses from which will be allocated to our virtual servers # nano etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-br0:0 Save & Enter Note: Gateway here will be 2nd last IP of your subnet. Now we do the same for IPv6: # nano /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/route6-br0 Save & Enter Next is configuring eth1 interface which is for our /27 Subnet: # nano /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth1 Note: Replace HWADDR & UUID with that of your server Save & Enter Make sure IPv4 & IPv6 forwarding is enabled: # nano /etc/sysctl.conf Save & Enter Restart the network # etc/init.d/network restart It is advised that you flush the IP tables also # iptables --flush # service iptables restart It is better to restart the system after all these steps # reboot Now login to your SolusVM admin panel IP blocks -----> List IP blocks -----> Add IPv4 block Save IP blocks -----> List IP blocks -----> Add IPv6 block Note: IPv6 gateway here should be in full notation Go to your OVH manager & generate Virtual MAC for each of your IP addresses that you are going to use for deploying your KVM virtual servers. Also put those Virtual MACs for each IP in SolusVM otherwise SolusVM will allocate MAC addresses automatically which will result in failure of your virtual servers' network hence they will not work properly. Now, you are ready to deploy a KVM vps using SolusVM on your OVH server :) I have tried to cover everything in this short tutorial yet if someone is not able to understand something, he can PM me.
  9. Thanks to received feedback enriched with our own ideas we were able to prepare significant updates of our Proxmox modules for WHMCS. We have added tons of new features, like migration of KVM containers between nodes, creation of private networks devices, remote access to SPICE console and many more. We have also improved many aspects of the modules to make them even more user-friendly. The changes affect all aspects of the modules so make sure you do not forget to update your Proxmox VPS For WHMCS and Proxmox Cloud For WHMCS! This is the final beta version so feel free to share your opinion here. Despite so many new features and improvements, price of both products remains unchanged! We were also trying to implement HTML5 console but due to the lack of Proxmox API support we have had to cease the work. We are going to add the console to the modules at the first opportunity. Proxmox VPS For WHMCS 1.4.0 – Changelog: New Feature: Migrate KVM containers between nodes New Feature: Create KVM containers snapshots New Feature: Create a private network device New Feature: SPICE console New Feature: Automatically remove backups older than defined number of days New Feature: Disable additional NIC creation for multiple IP addresses New Feature: Check whether specified template and VM exist on the same node before reinstallation New Feature: Check the availability of resources before VM creation New Feature: Store domain/hostname in a custom field Changed: Integration with IP Manager For WHMCS is now handled by inbuilt IP Manager submodule Changed: VM details at the client area are now automatically refreshed Changed: User-friendly list of templates Changed: Buttons at the client area are displayed depending on enabled features Changed: Extended Multi-Language functionality - now including text displayed by AJAX Changed: Setting the KVM container name is optional Are You Interested? ♦ Order Proxmox VPS For WHMCS Now! Do You Need More Information? ♦ Read More About Proxmox VPS For WHMCS Are You Looking For A Complete Documentation? ♦ Visit Proxmox VPS For WHMCS Wiki Do You Want Us To Install And Configure The Module For You? ♦ Tick 'Proxmox VPS Installation Service' Field While Ordering The Product Changes in Proxmox Cloud For WHMCS are equally impressive! Proxmox Cloud For WHMCS 1.2.0 – Changelog: New Feature: Migrate KVM containers between nodes New Feature: Create KVM containers snapshots New Feature: Create a private network device New Feature: SPICE console New Feature: Automatically remove backups older than defined number of days New Feature: Disable additional NIC creation for multiple IP addresses New Feature: Check the availability of resources before VM creation New Feature: Store domain/hostname in a custom field New Feature: Disable usage of IPv4 or IPv6 New Feature: Display VM status at the client area Changed: Integration with IP Manager For WHMCS is now handled by inbuilt IP Manager submodule Changed: VM details at the client area are now automatically refreshed Changed: User-friendly list of templates Changed: Buttons at the client area are displayed depending on enabled features Changed: Altering boot order and ISO without shutting down the VM Bug Fixed: Create VM on a wrong node Bug Fixed: Cores limit Are You Interested? ♦ Order Proxmox Cloud For WHMCS Now! Do You Need More Information? ♦ Read More About Proxmox Cloud For WHMCS Are You Looking For A Complete Documentation? ♦ Visit Proxmox Cloud For WHMCS Wiki Do You Want Us To Install And Configure The Module For You? ♦ Tick 'Proxmox Cloud Installation Service' Field While Ordering The Product Coming Next: Release List For October-November-December Do You Need Custom Software Development? Specially for you we will adapt an application and its design to your own needs, create adequate addon, entirely new module or even a complete system! We can advise how to solve your problems or propose an optimal solution for your business. ♦ Contact Us Today! We will send you the quote, ETA and more details within 24-48 hours.
  10. This tutorial will guide you how to install, configure & deploy KVM VPS on your dedicated server with using IPv4. I recommend this only for learning, testing, personal or non-commercial use only. For commercial purposes, you should use a good control panel like SolusVM or Virtualizor. You need to have an Intel or AMD CPU which supports virtualization. Also, please do not try network interface settings in this tutorial with OVH or Hetzner servers as they will not work because with both these companies you need to use different settings for network interfaces. For configuring network interfaces on OVH's network you should go through my other tutorial: Just use that for setting up interfaces only as rest of the steps to install & deploy KVM servers are same as in this tutorial. Following assumptions have been made to make it easy for you to understand: First of all, we should update our OS with following command using SSH: # yum update Once done, please reboot your server: # yum reboot Type the following using SSH: # nano /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 Remove everything which is there & type or paste the following: Note: Please replace HWADDR & UUID with that of your server. Once done, type Ctrl + X, select YES & Enter # nano /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-br0 Note: Replace HWADDR, UUID, GATEWAY & NETMASK with that of your server. If you feel any difficulty, use ifconfig or contact your host & ask them the GATEWAY & NETMASK for your server. Once done, type Ctrl + X, select YES & Enter # nano etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-br0:1 You may use http://www.gestioip.net/cgi-bin/subnet_calculator.cgi to calculate netmask of your subnet & for knowing other details. Check if following is present: # nano /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/route-br0 Now we have to enable IP forwarding: # nano /etc/sysctl.conf Next step is disabling the redirect messages: #nano /etc/sysctl.d/10-no-icmp-redirects.conf Restart the network: # /etc/init.d/network restart Now we will install KVM, virt manager & some other tools: # yum install qemu-kvm python-virtinst virt-top virt-viewr virt-manager libvirt libvirt-client # lsmod|grep kvm # modprobe kvm Next step is downloading the ISO we are going to use with our KVM VPS that we are going to create later: # cd /tmp # wget http://mirror.ovh.net/ftp.centos.org/6.5/isos/x86_64/CentOS-6.5-x86_64-minimal.iso Note: I have downloaded CentOS 6.5 from OVH mirror for demonstration purpose only. You may choose whatever mirror & OS you wish. It is now better to remove virsh's default network flush iptables & restart libvirtd: # virsh net-destroy default # virsh net-undefine default # service libvirtd restart # iptables --flush # service iptables save # service itpables restart After this, please reboot the server: # reboot Now we are ready to create our first KVM VPS: # virt-install --name=vps01 --disk path=/var/lib/libvirt/images/vps01.img,size=25 --vcpus=2 --ram=1024 --nographics --network bridge:br0:1 --cdrom=/tmp/CentOS-6.5-x86_64-minimal.iso --os-type=linux --os-variant=rhel6 This will create a KVM vps with 1 GB RAM, 2 CPU cores & 25 GB disk space. You may change the name of VPS according to your wishes, I have chosen vps01 in the above example. Next you will see virsh console. Quickly press TAB + SPACE & configure console in the following way console=ttyS0 Note: You have to do the above step real quick. Next you will see configuration options for your OS install. Go through the steps & complete the install in your desired way. I chose reinitialize all, use entire disk, write changes to disk to get done with options quickly. After installation is complete, next is using vi text editor to configure interfaces & nameservers so that our VPS is able to connect to internet. Some of useful commands for vi are as follows: :wq= save :q = quit i= insert text before cursor until ESC is hit(Edit) In your VPS type the following in virsh screen: # vi /etc/resolv.conf Save & Exit Note: I have used google public DNS as nameservers, you may use others if you wish. # vi /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 Note: Replace HWADDR & UUID with that of your VPS. After that reboot the VPS. After this network should work perfectly on VPS & you may connect to it using an SSH client. Some useful virsh commands are as follows: virsh console vpsname virsh suspend vpsname virsh start vpsname virsh reboot vpsname virsh stop vpsname If you wish to terminate/destroy a VPS, you may do so using the following commands: # virsh destroy vps01 # virsh undefine vps01 # cd /var/lib/libvirt/images # rm vps01.img Note: Replace vps01 with whatever the name of your vps is. I have tried to cover everything briefly in this tutorial, you may PM me if you experience any problems.
  11. Since GreenValueHost gets so much coverage and is assumed to have some clients, everyone should beware of the following that went out via email and was forwarded to me by a customer. Dear Valued Client, We are deeply saddened to inform you today of an unfortunate mishap that has occurred today in regards to our ch1 Chicago node that has called for us to put emergency protocol precautions into place. This email will go into depth regarding what has happened and the measures that we are going to be taking to ensure that negative impact to your hosting experience is minimized as much as possible during this issue. The IPv4 migration that is scheduled for June 19, 2014 (tomorrow) is greatly affected by this mishap. We have contacted our upstream provider for our ch1 node to announce a /24 IPv4 block to their ISPs earlier this month and unfortunately to our dismay and disappointment, the /24 block has not yet been announced according to BGP records. The existing IPs currently in use for ch1 are scheduled to be revoked/"unannounced" on June 21, 2014, which explains the urgency of the situation for renumbering. This is as big of a problem/situation as it appears, and as such, the following stipulations have been put in place: If the IPv4 announcement of our /24 block is not resolved TONIGHT, > Clients will be immediately migrated to nodes in the ColoCrossing network tomorrow. IPs WILL change however IPv6 will NOT be available. The majority of clients will be migrated to a SATA server and remaining clients will be migrated to an SSD server. Eventually, clients that have been migrated tomorrow (if this stupulation is to occur) will all be consolidated into ONE SSD cached RAID-10 SATA node on the ColoCrossing network. If the IPv4 announcement of our /24 block is RESOLVED TONIGHT, > The scheduled IPv4 migration will occur as originally scheduled on the same network with the same upstream provider. However, eventually all clients will all be consolidated into ONE SSD cached RAID-10 SATA node on the ColoCrossing network, with IPv4 addresses changing again for a second time. This will take place near the end of June to the start of July. IPv6 will not be available on the ColoCrossing network. We are very truly sorry about the inconveniences caused by this. I can assure you that we strive to satisfy all of our clients and ensure quality service, and that our main priority is making sure that our clients are always in safe hands. We believe that the above circumstantial stipulations are the best possible courses of actions to take for the well being of both our clients and the service that we provide. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us through our helpdesk and we would be more than happy to assist you. Thank you, Jon Nguyen, Operations Director Key words: Clients will be immediately migrated to nodes in the ColoCrossing network tomorrow
  12. Source: http://www.lacnic.net/en/web/anuncios/2014-no-hay-mas-direcciones-ipv4-en-lac Latin America and the Caribbean have entered the IPv4 exhaustion phase; the delay in deploying Internet Protocol version 6 in our region is cause for concern. La Casa de Internet de Latinoamérica y el Caribe, 10 June.- Today, the Internet Address Registry for Latin America and the Caribbean (LACNIC), the organization responsible for assigning Internet resources in the region, announced the exhaustion of its IPv4 address pool and expressed its concern regarding the fact that operators and governments throughout the region are delaying the deployment of Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6). LACNIC reported that its pool of available IPv4 addresses reached the 4.194.302 mark, and that this has triggered stricter Internet resource assignment policies for the continent. In practice, this means that IPv4 addresses are now exhausted for Latin American and Caribbean operators. "This is an historic event; the fact that it was anticipated and announced doesn't make it any less significant," said Raúl Echeberría, LACNIC's CEO. "From now on, LACNIC and its National Registries will only be able to assign very small numbers of IPv4 addresses, and these will not be enough to satisfy our region's needs." Since it began operating in 2002, the organization has assigned more than 182 million IPv4 addresses throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. -----> HERE COMES THE IP PAIN!
  13. http://www.gestioip.net/ maybe some of us need such tools :)
  14. So, my buddies at ColoCrossing are getting noticed in academic circles for IPV4 hoarding and abuse. Assistant Professor, Vibhanshu Abhishek from Carnegie Mellon University in a paper titled "Context and Realities of the IPV4 Market: What Technology Leaders Need to Know" mentions ColoCrossing in a graph of the biggest IPV4 free pool accumulators for 2013. On page 20, of the research is a graphic labeled "Table 3: 10 Largest Acquirers from ARIN Free Pool - 2013", ColoCrossing comes in seventh, trailing Microsoft and ahead of Enzu. ColoCrossing is listed with 458,752 IPv4 Allocated through October 2013. The full paper can be found here: http://www.kalorama.com/PageFiles/212/Context%20and%20Realities%20of%20the%20IPv4%20Market.pdf. The graph listing ColoCrossing can be found on page 20 of the PDF.
  15. Next time you bitch and moan about IP limits from datacenters or complain about the cost increase for IPs, just think of my friends in Buffalo. Sometime in the past year I started paying attention to HE's BGP site. On there is IPs Originated (v4). Back then CC was at oh a bit over 100,000 IPs Originated. As of today, ColoCrossings IP count stands at a whopping: 422,912. In the past 5 days I've seen this number increase now three times. There's no way CC is pushing this kind of IP use legitimately and at 80% consumption threshold for more issuance. You have big ranges just piled up with ns1 and ns2 nameserver filler crap. Example: http://bgp.he.net/net/198.46.160.0/19#_dns
  16. Providers hosting with Colocrossing: What are you currently seeing for IPv4 charges on per IP basis?