Can you route my legacy netblock?

Discussion in 'Service Requests' started by rikishi, Sep 8, 2015.

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  1. rikishi

    rikishi New Member

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    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.
     
  2. Nett

    Nett Article Submitter Verified Provider

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    HostUS and INIZ are those that came from the top of my head. Maybe DediServe.
     
  3. willie

    willie Active Member

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    253 addresses going to a VPS with no requirements on the VPS itself?  I wonder what that sounds like.
     
  4. rmlhhd

    rmlhhd New Member Verified Provider

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    HostUS only offer this in Atlanta and INIZ no longer offer the service. 
     
  5. rds100

    rds100 New Member Verified Provider

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    Can you prove that this netblock is really yours?
     
  6. rikishi

    rikishi New Member

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    The listing at whois.arin.net shows my name and current physical address as POC.
     
  7. qps

    qps Active Member Verified Provider

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    This is a lot of IP addresses for a VPS.  You may want to consider a low-end dedicated server instead.
     
  8. mhosts

    mhosts New Member Verified Provider

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    Does it have to be in the US? Or are you looking for providers that can do this anywhere in the ARIN region?

    Does the virtualization type matter? The reason I bring this up is because it would be easiest to do this over a KVM or XEN HVM instance so that the primary interface of the VPS can be assigned from your providers IP space, and you can use a tagged interface which will deliver the routed space. Then you are free to use the IP's however your config requires it and each one doesn't have to be manually added like with OpenVZ venet.
     
  9. RHServices

    RHServices New Member Verified Provider

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    We can help you with this request, we would prefer to deliver the VM over VMware, we could work something like this up for you for a small upfront cost to advertise the space, and then a monthly recurring cost for the VPS depending on the resources required. You can send me a PM if you like and I could give you some options.