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Looking for a CERNET2 IPv6 friendly VPS...

Looking for a CERNET2 IPv6 friendly VPS...

dujiulun2006dujiulun2006 Member
edited June 2012 in General

Hello guys, sorry for my first post being a request. After a whole day of searching, I've got basically nothing so I hope anyone kind here can help me out.

Here's the thing: I'm using a CERNET2 IPv6 connection at my university in China, and I'm planning setting up a (private) IPv6 VPN server. Then I'm looking for a VPS provider with a good network connection to us. The network is AS23910 / AS23911 , testing IP: 2001:da8:7000:46::1 . A few good examples would be HE.net, Internet2 (kinda like our CERNET2), HKIX, or anyone who has a IPv6 peer with AS23911. (If you can find someone inside China... That would be impossible.) I don't have too much money, and I don't really need too much CPU/disk/memory, but a plenty of bandwidth is necessary, because it's a VPN server. First of all, network is the most important.

Hope someone here can help me, thannnnnnnnnnks~ ;)

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  • Hello and welcome to LowEndTalk :)

    EDIS.at are soon to be launching servers in Hong Kong, @William might be able to give you more information about that. They will be restricting bandwidth as far as I know, however, only to about 250G/month.

    Aside from that, there's a couple offers from Singapore on LowEndBox, but due to the nature of SEA peering, it might be a bit crap.

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  • klikliklikli Member
    edited June 2012

    My suggestion is to wait vr.org restocking. They offer 9.99$/mo VPS with the NTT network. :)

    Selling multiple 2000-user GApps :) Shoot me a message to make an offer.

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  • @ElliotJ said: EDIS.at are soon to be launching servers in Hong Kong, @William might be able to give you more information about that.

    Yes, HE HK has peering with this netwok by v6:

    1 12 ms 4 ms 4 ms cernet-RGE.hkix.net (2001:7fa:0:1::ca28:a1be) 2 47 ms 47 ms 46 ms 2001:252:0:101::1 3 48 ms 50 ms 49 ms 2001:252:0:1::1 4 * 56 ms 56 ms 2001:da8:7000:46::1

    Opinions/Posts are to be assumed my own/personal and not company related unless obvious
    Working @ EDIS and owning some others (and/or parts of) | Available for consulting | http://as198412.net | https://william.si

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  • @klikli vr.org have stock now,but not lowend. vr.org has bandwidth limit,I searched yesterday,it's 3M for 29.95$ plan. @dujiulun2006 CERNET is unobstructed,I suggest you use vpn to connect to public network,then you have much more choice and the speed is really good.When I was in college,I used vpn for four years,it's not expensive compare to the sufficient bandwidth and fast speed,good network could save you a lot of time,no complain no bad mood.

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  • dujiulun2006dujiulun2006 Member
    edited June 2012

    @ElliotJ @William Thank you both for recommending EDIS. I've checked it out today and the network is PERFECT. I asked them about the HK location, but they said and I quote:

    Hk is 2,5EUR / Month more expensive

    Which means the first KVM package with IPv6 costs 4.5EUR (5.7USD) per month, with 1GB disk. That's a little too worthy for the GB.

    @klikli @hiphiphip Thanks for the advice, but as you said it's not low end, and I'm a college student who just don't have those much money :(.

    Could anyone help me out? Actually a bigger plan with lower than $4/m is also acceptable cuz I can move my website to it too. Any provider with HE, Internet2 or even their IPv6 peers are great. Thank you all for helping me~

  • WilliamWilliam Member
    edited June 2012

    @dujiulun2006 said: Which means the first KVM package with IPv6 costs 4.5EUR (5.7USD) per month, with 1GB disk. That's a little too worthy for the GB.

    Space is expensive, as well as BW :( (Alone shipping the server, without import tax, costs 600EUR)

    Opinions/Posts are to be assumed my own/personal and not company related unless obvious
    Working @ EDIS and owning some others (and/or parts of) | Available for consulting | http://as198412.net | https://william.si

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  • Dujiulun: it's not really that expensive if it's a private shared VPN. Just share the cost with ppl using it

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  • @William @cosmicgate That's probably right, and I'll consider it after doing some "marketing research" to see if I can cover the fee. Thanks again.

  • klikliklikli Member
    edited July 2012

    @William said: import tax

    You are either defrauded or shipped to the wrong place. Hongkong does not has import tax in place in exception to certain dutiable commodities.

    Selling multiple 2000-user GApps :) Shoot me a message to make an offer.

  • @klikli william said " without import tax" @dujiulun2006 Did you read through my post? I didn't suggest you to get vr.org.You need a vpn connect to public network which cost only 2.5$/month. And,it's easy for a college student to earn 200$+/month if you don't waste weekend to play online games.You couldn't become well-off by saving money.

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  • try to ping6 to testden.frontrangehosting.com

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  • @hiphiphip That's true, but a Chinese student often get 200CNY (~30USD) per month by part-time jobs, which I'm doing actually. But that's enough, so any suggestion on 2.5$ plans?

    @FRCorey Sorry I'm not currently at school, and I did a reverse trace from AS30058 FDCservers.net. They only provide Chicago IPv6 trace and the result isn't that good (it went through about four ASes with 10 routers before entering China and died at last). Could you please do a trace or ping from your Denver IPv6 location?

  • Looks like I got close, either the GFOC got me or bad routing.

    [root@testden ~]# traceroute6 2001:da8:7000:46::1 traceroute to 2001:da8:7000:46::1 (2001:da8:7000:46::1), 30 hops max, 80 byte packets 1 2001:49f0:a01a:0:100::1 (2001:49f0:a01a:0:100::1) 0.069 ms 0.022 ms 0.018 ms 2 2a02:d28:21:256::1 (2a02:d28:21:256::1) 23.908 ms 23.925 ms 23.944 ms 3 2a02:d28:5580::1:d5 (2a02:d28:5580::1:d5) 26.973 ms 27.013 ms 34.604 ms 4 10gigabitethernet4-1.core1.chi1.he.net (2001:504:0:4::6939:1) 24.475 ms 24.433 ms 24.125 ms 5 10gigabitethernet3-2.core1.den1.he.net (2001:470:0:1af::2) 48.382 ms 50.417 ms 48.338 ms 6 10gigabitethernet1-4.core1.lax2.he.net (2001:470:0:15d::2) 59.691 ms 58.775 ms 58.375 ms 7 10gigabitethernet2-1.core1.lax1.he.net (2001:470:0:72::1) 56.208 ms 56.580 ms 56.481 ms 8 10gigabitethernet1-4.core1.hkg1.he.net (2001:470:0:269::2) 202.273 ms 202.225 ms 213.762 ms 9 cernet-RGE.hkix.net (2001:7fa:0:1::ca28:a1be) 204.643 ms * * 10 2001:252:0:101::1 (2001:252:0:101::1) 259.325 ms 250.181 ms 255.515 ms 11 2001:252:0:1::1 (2001:252:0:1::1) 242.627 ms 243.373 ms 243.649 ms 12 tjn-bj-v6.cernet2.net (2001:da8:1:16::2) 322.559 ms 323.727 ms 323.291 ms 13 jnn-tjn-v6.cernet2.net (2001:da8:1:15::2) 408.928 ms * 407.822 ms 14 2001:da8:1:508::2 (2001:da8:1:508::2) 409.466 ms 409.424 ms 409.639 ms 15 2001:da8:7002::2 (2001:da8:7002::2) 408.631 ms 408.575 ms * 16 2001:da8:7000:8022::2 (2001:da8:7000:8022::2) 408.002 ms * 409.153 ms 17 * * * 18 * * * 19 * * * 20 * * * 21 * * * 22 * * * 23 * * * 24 * * * 25 * * *^C

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  • klikliklikli Member

    Will you consider using Google App Engine actually? (Not VPN actually, but a secure proxy)

    Selling multiple 2000-user GApps :) Shoot me a message to make an offer.

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  • @dujiulun2006 bridgewan or netpas. Who told you Chinese student often get 200CNY per month?Even four years ago,when inflation is not so serious,I and my classmates could earn 1000CNY+ easily. Could you tell me what kind of part-time job are you doing? Work-study provided by school? Just clean the stadium?Come on,that's not what you should do.There are many companies have technical problems,solve them with your classmates then sold the solution.

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  • @klikli said: You are either defrauded or shipped to the wrong place. Hongkong does not has import tax in place in exception to certain dutiable commodities.

    Yes, thanks, i certainly know how the tax system there works :)

    Opinions/Posts are to be assumed my own/personal and not company related unless obvious
    Working @ EDIS and owning some others (and/or parts of) | Available for consulting | http://as198412.net | https://william.si

  • @FRCorey Thanks for the testing. I tried with HE's looking glass and it shows weird results too. But the connection itself is not too bad, and I'll go back to school someday and test it out.

    @klikli That's what I'm using currently. It's fast cause Google peers with CERNET too, but there's not a socks5 proxy available (or I couldn't find it). Some applications didn't support HTTP(S) proxy. But thanks for the advice.

    @hiphiphip I took a glance at the websites you said, and that's two (not explicitly supporting IPv6) proxies inside China mainland. IPv6 support is necessary because the IPv4 connection at my school is slowly limited and unstable. The job I'm doing is just that kind of "work-study" you said, but it's also a technical job. It took less time and pay not that much, just ~200CNY/m. I've tried some work-out-solution kinda job but, to be honest several sophomores like me are incapable and entrusted to do any real mattered work. Maybe I'll try to ship some food in KFC which earns more. (this is a little bit off topic isn't it)

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