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Jack

Active Member
 Hi Guys;

 



 

 

  [OpenVZ] 32MB $8/year in US/UK

  Dedicated RAM: 32 MB

  vSwap/Burst RAM (Depends on which node you get provisioned on:32 MB

  Disk Space: 2 GB

  Bandwidth:500GB

  Dedicated IP's:1 IP

https://dotvps.co/portal/cart.php?a=add&pid=147

 

 

 [OpenVZ] 64MB $10/year in US/UK

  Dedicated RAM: 64 MB

  vSwap/Burst RAM (Depends on which node you get provisioned on:64 MB

  Disk Space: 4 GB

  Bandwidth:500GB

  Dedicated IP's:1 IP

https://dotvps.co/portal/cart.php?a=add&pid=148

 

 [OpenVZ] 96MB $12/year in US/UK

  Dedicated RAM: 96 MB

  vSwap/Burst RAM (Depends on which node you get provisioned on:96 MB

  Disk Space: 6 GB

  Bandwidth:500GB

  Dedicated IP's:1 IP

https://dotvps.co/portal/cart.php?a=add&pid=149

 

 [OpenVZ] 128MB $15/year in US/UK

  Dedicated RAM: 128 MB

  vSwap/Burst RAM (Depends on which node you get provisioned on:128 MB

  Disk Space: 10 GB

  Bandwidth:500GB

  Dedicated IP's:1 IP

https://dotvps.co/portal/cart.php?a=add&pid=150

 

 

  [OpenVZ] 512MB $3.99/month $30/$40 year in US/UK

   Dedicated RAM:  512 MB

   Burst RAM: 1024 MB

   Disk Space:  50 GB

   Bandwidth: 500GB

   Dedicated IP's: 1 IP

 https://dotvps.co/portal/cart.php?a=add&pid=122 - UK

 https://dotvps.co/portal/cart.php?a=add&pid=133 - Buffalo

 https://dotvps.co/portal/cart.php?a=add&pid=134 - Texas

 https://dotvps.co/portal/cart.php?a=add&pid=123 - Chicago

  

   [OpenVZ] - 3072MB $7/mo  

   Dedicated RAM:  3072 MB

   Disk Space: 50 GB

   Bandwidth: 1000GB

   Dedicated IP's:  1 IP

 https://dotvps.co/portal/cart.php?a=add&pid=125 - UK

 https://dotvps.co/portal/cart.php?a=add&pid=132 - Buffalo 

 https://dotvps.co/portal/cart.php?a=add&pid=124 - Texas

 https://dotvps.co/portal/cart.php?a=add&pid=131 - Chicago

 


All nodes on Gbit ports

IPv6 is in the UK.
Buffalo,Texas and Chicago IPv6 is Coming soon.


OpenVZ Virtualisation.

IRC - Yes
VPN/Proxies - As Long as Private Yes.
Tor - No
Adult - Yes.


All Plans include the following:
SolusVM Control Panel
1 IPv4 Address
INSTANT RDNS FOR ALL LOCATIONS
Instant Setup
Choice of Linux operating systems
Enable/disable TUN/TAP and PPP from the control panel


We Accept Paypal+Debit/Credit card via 2CO.

Test Files/IPs:

Dallas, Texas
 
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drmike

100% Tier-1 Gogent
Tee hee!  @Jack,  IPV6 at CC locations, don't promise it mate unless you are setting up an He tunnel.  From Buffalo, that tunnel might end up in Chicago before getting to NYC IPV6 location.

Like the annual plans big time.  Keep them coming!
 

Jack

Active Member
Tee hee!  @Jack,  IPV6 at CC locations, don't promise it mate unless you are setting up an He tunnel.  From Buffalo, that tunnel might end up in Chicago before getting to NYC IPV6 location.

Like the annual plans big time.  Keep them coming!
I didn't promise anything, I just said coming soon.
 

drmike

100% Tier-1 Gogent
I didn't promise anything, I just said coming soon.
Promising or coming soon, semantics.

Half the low end crowd will rejoice when IPV6 available there.   This has been at least 2 years of coming soon for that provider.

Do the tunnel and quit waiting for them :) 
 

D. Strout

Resident IPv6 Proponent
On the contrary, as I said I do like the plans, and what I'm pointing out is nothing against you. It's just that it will be quite some time more before we see IPv6 on those plans. I don't know what the figure is for DC IPv6 penetration, but I'd be willing to bet it's higher than 10%. The saddest part is, in many of the DCs ColoCrossing is in, IPv6 is available, they're just choosing not to switch over some routers and set up some IPv6 allocations and peering. Everything else is there.

Again, none of this is your fault, except that you say that IPv6 is coming soon, which no one has any reason to believe.
 

Jack

Active Member
On the contrary, as I said I do like the plans, and what I'm pointing out is nothing against you. It's just that it will be quite some time more before we see IPv6 on those plans. I don't know what the figure is for DC IPv6 penetration, but I'd be willing to bet it's higher than 10%. The saddest part is, in many of the DCs ColoCrossing is in, IPv6 is available, they're just choosing not to switch over some routers and set up some IPv6 allocations and peering. Everything else is there.

Again, none of this is your fault, except that you say that IPv6 is coming soon, which no one has any reason to believe.
OK Then 'Lowend' DC's

Limestone in Dallas, Singlehop isn't really lowend but again no IPv6 just 2 off top of my head.
 

wlanboy

Content Contributer
@Jack

I just read the LEB post on your last offer. Quite a huge shit storm from a single user. Did the number of jerks increased after having an offer at LEB?
 

wlanboy

Content Contributer
Only the odd few.

You mean this one right?
Yup. Can't believe that someone is posting bs again and again. Not even interested in something like a a compromise or a solution.

Like a 12 year old recalcitrant child...
 
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