Impact VPS: 1GB RAM $24 Yearly and 4 Cores 4GB RAM 5 IPs $7 | Now accepting Bitcoin!

Awmusic12635

Active Member
Verified Provider

Impact VPS is the product of Subnet Labs LLC, a rapidly expanding and high performance web hosting company based in Mechanicsburg, PA. We offer OpenVZ cloud servers that can be customized to fit your needs.

Hardware: We use the latest hardware for our VPS nodes. Dual E5v3 Intel Processors with 128GB of DDR4 Memory, 4 x 1TB SSDs and a 10Gbps fiber connection to the node.

What is a VDR? VDR stands for Virtual Dedicated Resources. Unlike a standard VPS package, you can split the resources you pay for into as many servers of any size you want.

Have 12GB of RAM? You can create

  • 1 x 12GB server
  • 3 x 4GB servers
  • 1 x 6GB + 2 x 3GB servers
The combinations are endless

You choose how you want to split up your resources. Upgrade and downgrade them at any time. In the future you will also be able to split them across locations.

To celebrate our recent launch we are offering 41% off all our VDR plans in Seattle using the promo code: LAUNCH .

Each plan does have the ability to set scheduled snapshot backups, however these backups should be not be relied upon in case of emergency.

VDR Plans:

VDR1

  • 2 Cores
  • 1GB RAM
  • 10GB SSD Disk
  • 1000GB Bandwidth
  • 1 IPv4
  • IPv6
$24 per year

Order


VDR4

  • 4 Cores
  • 4GB RAM
  • 35GB SSD Disk
  • 2000GB Bandwidth
  • 5 IPv4
  • IPv6
$7 per month

Order
 

VDR8

  • 8 Cores
  • 8GB RAM
  • 70GB SSD Disk
  • 4000GB Bandwidth
  • 10 IPv4
  • IPv6
$14 per month

Order

VDR12

  •  
  • 12 Cores
  • 12GB RAM
  • 105GB SSD Disk
  • 6000GB Bandwidth
  • 15 IPv4
  • IPv6
$21 per month
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VDR16

  • 16 Cores
  • 16GB RAM
  • 140GB SSD Disk
  • 8000GB Bandwidth
  • 20 IPv4
  • IPv6
$28 per month
Order

VDR20

  • 20 Cores
  • 20GB RAM
  • 175GB SSD Disk
  • 10000GB Bandwidth
  • 25 IPv4
  • IPv6
$35 per month
Order


We are so confident that you will love our services that we offer a 3 day no questions asked refund on the first payment of each account.

AUP (This is not the full list):
Not allowed: Teamspeak,mumble,torrents, spamming / mass mail, nested virtualization, tor.

Website: impactvps.com
Location: Incero Seattle
Test IPv4: 107.155.106.130
Test IPv6: 2604:0880:000a:0002:0000:0000:0000:0001

Payment Methods: PayPal, Credit Card (Not through paypal)  and Bitcoin

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to open a ticket: [email protected]
 
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telephone

New Member
1) Is it possible to make an IPv6 only VPS?

2) What's the minimal requirements per split? (1 VPS per core?)
 

Awmusic12635

Active Member
Verified Provider
1) Is it possible to make an IPv6 only VPS?

2) What's the minimal requirements per split? (1 VPS per core?)
1. Not at this time, though it should only require a simple update of our module. Will add it to the list for our developer.


2. Minimum requirements are at least 1 core and 1 IP
 

HalfEatenPie

The Irrational One
Retired Staff
How about internal networking? :)

Maybe having one as a Internal DB VPS or something might be an interesting idea.
 

Awmusic12635

Active Member
Verified Provider
Better not allow IRC, game servers, or websites, I hear those attract network attacks as well.
While websites and such can also be attacked, we owe it to our customers to disallow the services and items, that in our experience, are what is attacked the most. While we would love to host any service, if it comes between allowing a service that often gets attacked to reduce our uptime, and not losing any uptime or performance for our customers we would choose to not allow them every time.
 

HalfEatenPie

The Irrational One
Retired Staff
Better not allow IRC, game servers, or websites, I hear those attract network attacks as well.
Honestly it's fine if so and so don't want to host those services. As long as they're clear up front what they want on their network, I don't see it as a problem. It's just risk management, I mean it's not like they're required to take the DDoS from those services for peanuts.

However one legit claim I have against Teamspeak is that sometimes (when misconfigured or has the default configs... same goes for Mumble) they use way too many conntrack sessions. While not exactly DDoS, it sometimes can use more resources than allowed. People usually understand if it's more of a DDoS risk especially since it's easier to explain. However, many people don't really understand the other part.

So if they have decided TS and Mumble servers to be higher risk than IRC, game servers, or websites, well that's their call. No reason to be nitpicky and complain about it... My two cents anyways.
 
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