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BlueVM

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Server Location: Kansas City, Missouri
 
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D. Strout

Resident IPv6 Proponent
How is cPanel's IPv6 support? I know you guys don't support it, but when you do, I'm wondering if it can/will be implemented in your cPanel plans. Great plans, though.
 

Chronic

New Member
I'm using one of their reseller plans and it's great - a ton of resources at a low price. I was wondering though, is it possible to order dedicated IPs with these?
 

darknessends

New Member
Some questions :

1. Can I have a shell access ?

2. Do you support cloud linux ? What is your webserver ? NGINX / LITESPEED / APACHE
 

mitsuhashi

Member
Have they fixed their nameservers? Anyone successfully use ns1 and ns2.bluevm.com?

I kept my account but pointed away my domain because nobody seemed to be able to resolve this. It could be a fluke with my account... but it definitely didn't work for me whatever I tried, and I don't want to be forcefully tied to Cloudflare DNS forever (it's the only thing that worked).

EDIT:

Nvm, I transferred the pointers to an entirely separate cluster... Seems to work so far.
 
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