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VPS Cheaper than your Coffee | $2/year VPS! | Pennsylvania, Canada, Germany, Bulgaria, Finland

CamCam Member, Patron Provider

Hello everyone,
Here are my current LEB NAT deals.
If you have any questions please ask! I am here to help.

NAT-128
128MB RAM
3GB Disk Space
125GB Bandwidth
1/2 CPU Cores
1 NAT IPv4 Address w/ 20 Ports
/80 block IPv6 Address
1Gbit Port - DE, FIN, BG, PEN
250Mbps - Canada
NO SUPPORT
OpenVZ/SolusVM Control Panel
No promo code needed
​$2/year - Order Now in Pennsylvania
​$2/year - Order Now in Germany
​$2/year - Order Now in Finland
​$2/year - Order Now in Bulgaria
​$2/year - Order Now in Canada

NAT-256
256MB RAM
5GB Disk Space
250GB Bandwidth
1/2 CPU Cores
1 NAT IPv4 Address w/ 20 Ports
/80 block IPv6 Address
1Gbit Port - DE, FIN, BG, PEN
250Mbps - Canada
NO SUPPORT
OpenVZ/SolusVM Control Panel
No promo code needed
​$4/year - Order Now in Pennsylvania
​$4/year - Order Now in Germany
​$4/year - Order Now in Finland
​$4/year - Order Now in Bulgaria
​$4/year - Order Now in Canada

NAT-512
512MB RAM
10GB Disk Space
500GB Bandwidth
1/2 CPU Cores
1 NAT IPv4 Address w/ 20 Ports
/80 block IPv6 Address
1Gbit Port - DE, FIN, BG, PEN
250Mbps - Canada
NO SUPPORT
OpenVZ/SolusVM Control Panel
No promo code needed
​$8/year - Order Now in Pennsylvania
​$8/year - Order Now in Germany
​$8/year - Order Now in Finland
​$8/year - Order Now in Bulgaria
​$8/year - Order Now in Canada

NAT-1024
1024MB RAM
20GB Disk Space
1000GB Bandwidth
1/2 CPU Cores
1 NAT IPv4 Address w/ 20 Ports
/80 block IPv6 Address
1Gbit Port - DE, FIN, BG, PEN
250Mbps - Canada
NO SUPPORT
OpenVZ/SolusVM Control Panel
No promo code needed
​$16/year - Order Now in Pennsylvania
​$16/year - Order Now in Germany
​$16/year - Order Now in Finland
​$16/year - Order Now in Bulgaria
​$16/year - Order Now in Canada

----- Storage NAT VPS ------

NAT-50GB
128MB RAM
50GB Disk Space
250GB Bandwidth
1/2 CPU Cores
1 NAT IPv4 Address w/ 20 Ports
/80 block IPv6 Address
1Gbit Port - DE, FIN
250Mbps - Canada
NO SUPPORT
OpenVZ/SolusVM Control Panel
No promo code needed
​$8/year - Order Now in Germany
​$8/year - Order Now in Finland
$8/year - Order Now in Canada

NAT-100GB
256MB RAM
100GB Disk Space
500GB Bandwidth
1/2 CPU Cores
1 NAT IPv4 Address w/ 20 Ports
/80 block IPv6 Address
1Gbit Port - DE, FIN
250Mbps - Canada
NO SUPPORT
OpenVZ/SolusVM Control Panel
No promo code needed
​$16/year - Order Now in Germany
​$16/year - Order Now in Finland
​$16/year - Order Now in Canada

NAT-250GB
512MB RAM
250GB Disk Space
1000GB Bandwidth
1/2 CPU Cores
1 NAT IPv4 Address w/ 20 Ports
/80 block IPv6 Address
1Gbit Port - DE, FIN
250Mbps - Canada
NO SUPPORT
OpenVZ/SolusVM Control Panel
No promo code needed
​$32/year - Order Now in Germany
​$32/year - Order Now in Finland
$32/year - Order Now in Canada

Standard pricing can be found,
Here - Pennsylvania
Here - Germany
Here - Finland
Here - Bulgaria
Here - Canada

I am offering these servers myself and not as a company. If you have any questions or need support at any time it will always be me answering you, Because of this the whole support process will be more streamlined as you will only be talking with me. It is my goal to keep all users satisfied by any means and I will strive to do so.

Looking for something else? I can accommodate a wide range of applications. Send me a support ticket so I can set you up with a custom VPS offer!

Test IP VPS (PEN): 76.72.171.42
Test IP VPS (DE): 88.198.50.201
Test IP VPS (FIN): 95.216.20.157
Test IP VPS (BG): 82.118.234.154
Test IP VPS (CA): 192.99.148.130

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Comments

  • edited July 2018

    What are the use cases?
    May be it will help to increase sale?

  • CamCam Member, Patron Provider
    edited July 2018

    @greattomeetyou said:
    What are the use cases?
    May be it will help to increase sale?

    Basically everything you can use a server with dedicated IPv4 except IPv4 name server's and mail server's.
    Think of it as your PC behind your home router.

    Mikho also had a great explanation, I have quoted it below.

    @mikho said in (https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/comment/2824076/):
    Some usage scenarios are
    • VPN, software of your choice.
    • Someone asked about google drive uploads and that is fine, as long as the load is not to high. Not sure how it works since I never heard about the progress.
    • mining is not so much because of the CPU, it usually creates high load and the vCPU is not dedicated. It will cause other users problems.
    • websites. Create a cluster from many locations and you have a low-cost High Availability website. (Split database and web on different containers to work around RAM limits).
    • if your other servers support ipv6, use it as a jumpbox to connect from. I don’t recommend using ipv4 :).
    • monitor your sites from many locations.

    That is some ideas for you to build on.

  • psb777psb777 Member

    Cam said: • VPN, software of your choice.

    Not so much, because none the most popular VPN protocols (PPTP, IKEv1/L2TP, IKEv2, SSTP) will work on IPv4 by default because of NAT, and you can't really change the ports easily for these protocols.

    Thanked by 1Cam
  • dedotatedwamdedotatedwam Member
    edited July 2018

    I use mine for Shadowsocks-libev. Works perfectly.

    Thanked by 1Cam
  • Bought the NAT-256 one last week, been using it with fluxbb and testing stuff with crystal-lang. It's rock solid, loving it.

    Thanked by 1Cam
  • @psb777 said:

    Cam said: • VPN, software of your choice.

    Not so much, because none the most popular VPN protocols (PPTP, IKEv1/L2TP, IKEv2, SSTP) will work on IPv4 by default because of NAT, and you can't really change the ports easily for these protocols.

    Maybe iptables and pre/post routing will help. I guess still can add a port on most client software including windows10. Otherwise if you are on linux you can add a rule with iptables too. Or just use openvpn.

    Thanked by 1Cam
  • mikhomikho Member, Host Rep

    @psb777 said:

    Cam said: • VPN, software of your choice.

    Not so much, because none the most popular VPN protocols (PPTP, IKEv1/L2TP, IKEv2, SSTP) will work on IPv4 by default because of NAT, and you can't really change the ports easily for these protocols.

    These types of service is focused on ipv6 and ipv4 (20+1 ports) are only there as an extended service.

  • @JohnMiller92 said:
    Bought the NAT-256 one last week, been using it with fluxbb and testing stuff with crystal-lang. It's rock solid, loving it.

    so before i make a purchase.. i'm wanting to run something similar as fluxbb. i actually have a hosting provider else where and as my website is small, i'm looking to avoid the $30 quarterly.

    anyways, is it easy to set this up for mybb or fluxbb?

  • JohnMiller92JohnMiller92 Member
    edited July 2018

    @djcoffee said:

    @JohnMiller92 said:
    Bought the NAT-256 one last week, been using it with fluxbb and testing stuff with crystal-lang. It's rock solid, loving it.

    so before i make a purchase.. i'm wanting to run something similar as fluxbb. i actually have a hosting provider else where and as my website is small, i'm looking to avoid the $30 quarterly.

    anyways, is it easy to set this up for mybb or fluxbb?

    Yeah, I recommend FluxBB or PunBB for smaller VPSs like this (256 ram). It's more lightweight than MyBB. But MyBB obviously has more features so its up to you. Although, to be fair there are quite a bit of plugins for fluxbb/punbb.

    I am running just the 256MB one and put the server behind cloudflare. With debian 8 and just php5-fpm, nginx, mysql it's around 130mb ram. I'm testing stuff with Paypal's sandbox IPN lately and honestly, this server has been far more rock solid than Woot's $7/yr. Also has a lot faster CPU. The read/write speed is way faster as well

    But it depends on how many concurrent forum users you have tbh. If you have quite a lot (20-35), I recommend at least the 1GB variant.

    But anything more than that, I'm not sure if you'd be better off on a dedicated core machine. Am not sure, but hope that helps

    Thanked by 1Cam
  • ChuckChuck Member

    @JohnMiller92 said:

    @djcoffee said:

    @JohnMiller92 said:
    Bought the NAT-256 one last week, been using it with fluxbb and testing stuff with crystal-lang. It's rock solid, loving it.

    so before i make a purchase.. i'm wanting to run something similar as fluxbb. i actually have a hosting provider else where and as my website is small, i'm looking to avoid the $30 quarterly.

    anyways, is it easy to set this up for mybb or fluxbb?

    Yeah, I recommend FluxBB or PunBB for smaller VPSs like this (256 ram). It's more lightweight than MyBB. But MyBB obviously has more features so its up to you. Although, to be fair there are quite a bit of plugins for fluxbb/punbb.

    I am running just the 256MB one and put the server behind cloudflare. With debian 8 and just php5-fpm, nginx, mysql it's around 130mb ram. I'm testing stuff with Paypal's sandbox IPN lately and honestly, this server has been far more rock solid than Woot's $7/yr. Also has a lot faster CPU. The read/write speed is way faster as well

    But it depends on how many concurrent forum users you have tbh. If you have quite a lot (20-35), I recommend at least the 1GB variant.

    But anything more than that, I'm not sure if you'd be better off on a dedicated core machine. Am not sure, but hope that helps

    PunBB Stable release was October 2015. That why I choose MyBB.

  • Why it notice me this:
    Please enter a valid fully qualified domain name (e.g. host.domain.com) for the hostname.
    I just use the free domain.
    Can u help me?

  • CamCam Member, Patron Provider

    @pengyou said:
    Why it notice me this:
    Please enter a valid fully qualified domain name (e.g. host.domain.com) for the hostname.
    I just use the free domain.
    Can u help me?

    Just enter “host.domain.com”

  • @Cam said:

    @pengyou said:
    Why it notice me this:
    Please enter a valid fully qualified domain name (e.g. host.domain.com) for the hostname.
    I just use the free domain.
    Can u help me?

    Just enter “host.domain.com”

    thanks

  • hi, can it run rdp? thanks

  • edited July 2018

    Can't get OpenVPN to install. IPv4 NAT doesn't work for me. I got it running fine on an online.net & kimsufi server.. but I get actual IPv4 on those servers. Either I'm too lazy/dumb to get around the VPS limitations. So, far, its a useless VPS for me. Anyone else fare better?

  • @Megabizland said:
    hi, can it run rdp? thanks

    RDP usually implies Windows. It is not one of the server OS you can install. It is a flavor of Linux (CentOS, Debian, or Ubuntu).

  • edited July 2018

    @Cam said:

    When I try to upgrade from 128MB to 256MB, it wants $2.43... Total I pay is $4.43... You'd think it'd be cheaper like $2 paid, then maybe $1.75 pay more because some service time has past?

  • CamCam Member, Patron Provider

    @HowLowCanYouGo said:

    @Cam said:

    When I try to upgrade from 128MB to 256MB, it wants $2.43... Total I pay is $4.43... You'd think it'd be cheaper like $2 paid, then maybe $1.75 pay more because some service time has past?

    Promotional codes don’t get applied to upgrades. It is how the billing portal was designed.

  • edited July 2018

    After many tries, I was able to install OpenVPN (https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/howto-setup-openvpn-server-on-ubuntu-linux-14-04-or-16-04-lts/) on Ubuntu 14.0.4 32-bit and connect from my laptop.

    KiB Mem: 262144 total, 236764 used, 25380 free, 0 buffers
    KiB Swap: 0 total, 0 used, 0 free. 221136 cached Mem

    I have 25MB of memory free on the 256MB plan. Not sure how someone can sell a 128MB plan and claim it can install OpenVPN. I tried 128MB plan with Ubuntu 16.0.4 LTS 64-bit and never got OpenVPN to install. If you offer 128MB plan, at least document the specs you need to get OpenVPN working instead of saying, "If you are too lazy to research and figure it out for yourself then that is YOUR problem." Granted, Cam Gullo said no support, so it is up to me to figure out.

    What's the point of a KB though... to not have your customers repeat the same mistakes over and over again. I question who is "lazy" in this instance...

    [email protected]:~# bash openvpn-install.sh
    Welcome to this OpenVPN "road warrior" installer!
    
    I need to ask you a few questions before starting the setup.
    You can leave the default options and just press enter if you are ok with them.
    
    First, provide the IPv4 address of the network interface you want OpenVPN
    listening to.
    IP address: 10.10.x.x
    
    This server is behind NAT. What is the public IPv4 address or hostname?
    Public IP address / hostname: 199.187.x.x
    
    Which protocol do you want for OpenVPN connections?
       1) UDP (recommended)
       2) TCP
    Protocol [1-2]: 1
    
    What port do you want OpenVPN listening to?
    Port: 23610
    
    Which DNS do you want to use with the VPN?
       1) Current system resolvers
       2) 1.1.1.1
       3) Google
       4) OpenDNS
       5) Verisign
    DNS [1-5]: 1
    
    Finally, tell me your name for the client certificate.
    Please, use one word only, no special characters.
    Client name: gullo
    
  • AzenotAzenot Member


    almost 200 days uptime) good solution for openvpn server for 2$/y

    Thanked by 1Cam
  • CamCam Member, Patron Provider

    @Azenot said:

    almost 200 days uptime) good solution for openvpn server for 2$/y

    Knock on wood

    Thanked by 1Azenot
  • blackjack4494blackjack4494 Member
    edited July 2018

    @HowLowCanYouGo said:
    After many tries, I was able to install OpenVPN (https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/howto-setup-openvpn-server-on-ubuntu-linux-14-04-or-16-04-lts/) on Ubuntu 14.0.4 32-bit and connect from my laptop.

    KiB Mem: 262144 total, 236764 used, 25380 free, 0 buffers
    KiB Swap: 0 total, 0 used, 0 free. 221136 cached Mem

    I have 25MB of memory free on the 256MB plan. Not sure how someone can sell a 128MB plan and claim it can install OpenVPN. I tried 128MB plan with Ubuntu 16.0.4 LTS 64-bit and never got OpenVPN to install. If you offer 128MB plan, at least document the specs you need to get OpenVPN working instead of saying, "If you are too lazy to research and figure it out for yourself then that is YOUR problem." Granted, Cam Gullo said no support, so it is up to me to figure out.

    What's the point of a KB though... to not have your customers repeat the same mistakes over and over again. I question who is "lazy" in this instance...

    I dunno what you did but for me everything is totally fine. I got the 128mb with ubuntu 16 and openvpn running. It is using 30mb so there is still a lot of space to use.

  • @blackjack4494 said:
    I dunno what you did but for me everything is totally fine. I got the 128mb with
    ubuntu 16 and openvpn running. It is using 30mb so there is still a lot of space to use.

    I kept getting a fatal error every time toward the end of the install. Maybe I could have tried a re-install and started with a fresh Ubuntu 16 for the OpenVPN installation.

    Thanked by 1lamhaoyin
  • How is the bandwidth calculated?
    Is it inbound/outbound or the sum of IO?

  • CamCam Member, Patron Provider

    @lamhaoyin said:
    How is the bandwidth calculated?
    Is it inbound/outbound or the sum of IO?

    It is inbound and outbound.

  • Hi, May I ask any plan to expand your business to UK(Set up UK vps hosting)?

  • CamCam Member, Patron Provider

    @qzhang said:
    Hi, May I ask any plan to expand your business to UK(Set up UK vps hosting)?

    Not at this time.

  • Is that possible if I change my location after purchase your VPS?

  • CamCam Member, Patron Provider

    @blackhiden said:
    Is that possible if I change my location after purchase your VPS?

    Yes, a $1 fee will apply

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