Yearly LEB w/ IPv6 LAX

D. Strout

Resident IPv6 Proponent
I'm looking for a low end VPS in L.A. (256MB or less), on a yearly contract. Native IPv6 is absolutely required. I'm with Iniz right now, but I need a second L.A. VPS with a different provider. As some of you may know I like BudgetVM, and since they do have all of the requirements I mentioned I am strongly considering them, but I'm looking for other options. Price should be $30/year or less, and of course a good network is important. So what do y'all got?
 

notFound

Don't take me seriously!
Verified Provider
https://hostigation.com/?page=OpenVZ

Go ask Timmeh if he has stock, you can't go wrong with them. He's in Quadra though with their own rack(s). I have a $20/Year 128MB KVM in LAX and it's awesome although I have no use for it really, couldn't resist it (Christmas Special).
 

D. Strout

Resident IPv6 Proponent
Unfortunately, though I like the VPS itself, for my purposes Multacom's network is less than ideal. You are on the list, though, but I'm still open to other suggestions
 

terafire

New Member
Verified Provider
IPv6 Native Node  

LA Location  

OpenVZ (Although I'd have to setup a veth for you to get ipv6 on OpenVZ to work well)

  • 1 Core
  • 128 RAM/128 Swap
  • 1 IP Address
  • 20GB HD Space
  • 200GB Bandwidth
$15/yr with SUMMER30 Coupon

Also if you prefer IPv6 working right away, lowest KVM plan is $8.40/mo. with SUMMER30 Coupon

1 CPU Cores
512 MB RAM
600 GB Bandwidth
45 GB Space
1 IP Address

$8.40/mo with Coupon: SUMMER30
 
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Francisco

Company Lube
Verified Provider
We offer dedicated /64's with each VM now.

You can enable it in stallion and assign however many, as well as explicitly, which V6's you want.

Francisco
 
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D. Strout

Resident IPv6 Proponent
We offer dedicated /64's with each VM now.


You can enable it in stallion and assign however many, as well as explicitly, which V6's you want.


Francisco
Ummm... Did you mean to post this on another thread, or is this you announcing that you're opening an L.A. location?
 

Francisco

Company Lube
Verified Provider
I see. I didn't know that, so if you'd actually mentioned that I wouldn't have "argued" about it. This possibility is noted.
Figured it was known - woops!

Some providers backhaul from SJC (abovenet does I think) but HE/Cogent pull from LAX :)

Best of luck on your hunt!

Francisco
 

Patrick

INIZ.COM
Verified Provider
Try find a host utilising WebNX in LA, latency to Asia which I guess your looking for should be ok. Otherwise Enzu (BudgetVM) is pretty good too.
 
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