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Dyn-Box.de - LXC Green (1.50€/mo)
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Dyn-Box.de - LXC Green (1.50€/mo)

YmpkerYmpker Member
edited June 2017 in Reviews

Heya,
So I came around to acctually try out Dyn-Box.de :P
They are a sorta established prepaid provider on the German Market, not very known though, however they have some tempting offer one of them being the LXC Green for 1.50€/month.

They do have a free testserver for their LXC and KVM plans which gets provisioned manually so try it out :P

Benchmarks:

[email protected]:~$ wget freevps.us/downloads/bench.sh -O - -o /dev/null|bash

Benchmark started on Thu Jun 1 18:47:33 UTC 2017

Full benchmark log: /home/ympker/bench.log

System Info


Processor : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2630 v3 @ 2.40GHz

CPU Cores : 1

Frequency : 2599.968 MHz

Memory : 512 MB

Swap : MB

Uptime : 6 min,

OS : Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

Arch : x86_64 (64 Bit)

Kernel : 4.4.44-1-pve

Hostname : vps8325

Speedtest (IPv4 only)


Your public IPv4 is 000000

Location Provider Speed

CDN Cachefly 11.9MB/s

Atlanta, GA, US Coloat 4.88MB/s

Dallas, TX, US Softlayer 10.3MB/s

Seattle, WA, US Softlayer 9.83MB/s

San Jose, CA, US Softlayer 9.94MB/s

Washington, DC, US Softlayer 9.42MB/s

Tokyo, Japan Linode 8.52MB/s

Singapore Softlayer 8.14MB/s

Rotterdam, Netherlands id3.net 11.8MB/s

Haarlem, Netherlands Leaseweb 11.9MB/s

Disk Speed


I/O (1st run) : 8.1 MB/s

I/O (2nd run) : 315 MB/s

I/O (3rd run) : 177 MB/s

Average I/O : 166.7 MB/s

VHWINFO

hostname: vps00000.dyn-box.de (public ip 000)

SO: Ubuntu 16.04 LTS 64 bits

kernel: 4.4.44-1-pve

virtual: It is not virtual, is dedicated

cpu: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2630 v3 @ 2.40GHz

vcpu: 1 core / 4799.58 bogomips

RAM: 512 MB (6% used) / swap 1024 MB (1% used)

HD: 234G (1% used) / inkling speed 0.239287 s,

cachefly 10MB: 11.8 MB/s

Comments

  • pikepike Member
    edited June 2017

    @Ympker said:
    Hostname : vps8325

    >

    Your public IPv4 is 000000

    >

    hostname: vps00000.dyn-box.de (public ip 000)

    Ehrm okay so I put in the hostname and get vps8325.dyn-box.de. Nice I can ping it.
    You didn't pick the LXC Green, because then you would be hosted in Germany, Hamburg. But your machine is in France at the OVH Datacenter.

    9 105 ms 29 ms 29 ms be99-1258.gsw-1-a9.fr.eu

    >

    10 27 ms 35 ms 26 ms be2.p19-2-6k.fr.eu

    >

    11 27 ms 26 ms 27 ms po1.p19-25a-ast.fr.eu

    >

    12 28 ms 28 ms 27 ms parking1.ovh.net

  • Have you tried running Docker on it? I don't know if it works with LXC, but at least the kernel version should be new enough to support it.

  • Do they have ipv6?

  • WilliamWilliam Member
    edited June 2017

    care to explain why you are in France, not Germany?

    [email protected] :: ~# whois $(host vps8325.dyn-box.de | awk '{print $4}') | grep descr
    descr:          OVH SAS
    

    This seems to be not a 2016 Green either, as it only has 1 core, the plan you have seems to not exist.... very fishy.

  • quickquick Member
    edited June 2017

    Shilling + they are using letsencrypt... I mean not that LE is bad, but as a hoster?

  • quick said: they are using letsencrypt

    Paid certificates make no sense, you just support a few very large companies that got into their position by nothing more than existing at the right time.

    Thanked by 2vimalware kalipus
  • hzrhzr Member
    edited June 2017

    William said: care to explain why you are in France, not Germany?

    pike said: because then you would be hosted in Germany, Hamburg. But your machine is in France at the OVH Datacenter.

    [email protected]:~$ host vps8325.dyn-box.de
    vps8325.dyn-box.de has address 213.186.37.162
    [email protected]:~$ host uf890234jv9.dyn-box.de
    uf890234jv9.dyn-box.de has address 213.186.37.162
    [email protected]:~$ host jc90azjfs0j9w0gjmew9g.dyn-box.de
    jc90azjfs0j9w0gjmew9g.dyn-box.de has address 213.186.37.162
    [email protected]:~$ host 213.186.37.162
    162.37.186.213.in-addr.arpa domain name pointer parking1.ovh.net.
    

    pretty sure that is a wildcard and definitely not his VPS hostname fqdn

    Thanked by 1MrPsycho
  • thagoatthagoat Member
    edited June 2017

    @quick said:
    they are using letsencrypt... I mean not that LE is bad, but as a hoster?

    These types of comments always blow my mind. Websites using LE are providing encrypted connections. Period. End of discussion.

    Thanked by 3Falzo Junkless kalipus
  • YmpkerYmpker Member
    edited June 2017

    At least I signed up for LXC Green :O
    Contacted them regarding this^^

    My IP Adress is located in Kassel, Germany acccording to infobyip.com

    ISP: Artfiles New Media Gmbh

  • @Ympker is there ipv6?

  • YmpkerYmpker Member
    edited June 2017

    @tenpera said:
    @Ympker is there ipv6?

    Need to check again later but doesn't look like it.

    @William said:
    care to explain why you are in France, not Germany?

    > [email protected] :: ~# whois $(host vps8325.dyn-box.de | awk '{print $4}') | grep descr
    > descr:          OVH SAS
    > 

    This seems to be not a 2016 Green either, as it only has 1 core, the plan you have seems to not exist.... very fishy.

    Plan does not exist? When on their homepage you click on LXC Server you get redirected to:
    https://irie-server.de/cp/cart.php?a=confproduct&i=0

    And seems to be indeed LXC Green

  • JarryJarry Member

    I just do not understand why they use 100mbit for all LXC-vps, but 1Gbit for openvz-vps...

  • YmpkerYmpker Member
    edited June 2017

    @Jarry said:
    I just do not understand why they use 100mbit for all LXC-vps, but 1Gbit for openvz-vps...

    It seems they discontinued 1 Gbit plans. OpenVZ were out of stock when I tried yesterday. KVM has 100 Mbit/s .

    @tenpera seems like it has ipv6 according to ifconfig

  • JarryJarry Member
    edited June 2017

    100mbit/s sucks. My cellphone can download faster than that...

  • YmpkerYmpker Member

    @Jarry said:
    100mbit/s sucks...

    There are lots of use cases where 100 Mbit/s is perfectly fine. Support answered me that you can upgrade to 1 Gbits via ticket although I did not inquire for the costs.

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