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Нужны USA VPS

fugosikusfugosikus Member
edited October 7 in General

Need USA VPS on /48 subnets, different cities, Los Angeles is not needed.

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  • DPDP Member, The Domain Guy

    BuyVM.

    Create an account on Dynadot via my referral link and spend $9.99 within 48 hours to receive $5 DynaDollars!

  • Sounds like a "Request" post, not "General". What's up with people not using Requests instead?

  • yoursunnyyoursunny Member, IPv6 Advocate
    edited October 7

    @TimboJones said:
    Sounds like a "Request" post, not "General". What's up with people not using Requests instead?

    I like that those are not in Requests, because we can reply with deals from summer host and Involucrated Solutions.

    Forum rules require a provider tag to reply in Requests category, but it doesn't apply to General or Help category.

    It is not allowed to reply to request threads with "PM me" or "email me" without a provider tag or Host Rep tag.

    Thanked by 1skorous
  • bruh21bruh21 Member

    @DP said:
    BuyVM.

    yeah, the best option

  • TimboJonesTimboJones Member
    edited October 7

    @yoursunny said:

    @TimboJones said:
    Sounds like a "Request" post, not "General". What's up with people not using Requests instead?

    I like that those are not in Requests, because we can reply with deals from summer host and Involucrated Solutions.

    Forum rules require a provider tag to reply in Requests category, but it doesn't apply to General or Help category.

    It is not allowed to reply to request threads with "PM me" or "email me" without a provider tag or Host Rep tag.

    No. "requests" in the rules is not a category but the type of post. You're not using a loophole, you'd be flat out abusing it - if you actually sold shit instead of talking shit.

  • tinyweaseltinyweasel Member
    edited October 7

    @DP said:
    BuyVM.

    I've had a bad experience with them. I'd say Virmach or RackNerd. They're both gonna have ryzen, too.

    Edit: better yet, I am thinking of using a "rotating" network for my future VPSes. We could just run the VPSes off NFS storage arrays over the internet at 1gbit for a total transfer of 200MB/s. It'd basically be bulletproof because the actual VPS nodes would be hidden behind other servers.

    Uptime down low. The end is neigh

  • yoursunnyyoursunny Member, IPv6 Advocate

    @fugosikus said:
    Need USA VPS on /48 subnets, different cities, Los Angeles is not needed.

    @tinyweasel said:
    I'd say Virmach or RackNerd. They're both gonna have ryzen, too.

    Neither @VirMach (for now) nor @dustinc has IPv6, let alone /48.
    No IPv6 => no business.

    I wanted to recommend PremiumBytes then I see /48 subnet requirement.

  • @yoursunny said:

    @fugosikus said:
    Need USA VPS on /48 subnets, different cities, Los Angeles is not needed.

    @tinyweasel said:
    I'd say Virmach or RackNerd. They're both gonna have ryzen, too.

    Neither @VirMach (for now) nor @dustinc has IPv6, let alone /48.
    No IPv6 => no business.

    I wanted to recommend PremiumBytes then I see /48 subnet requirement.

    Meh, just use tunnelbroker, if you really care about your IPv6 requirement. IPv6 will never be enabled on anything I run/own because incompetence and my own fault it's bad.

    Uptime down low. The end is neigh

  • VirMachVirMach Member, Provider, Top Provider

    @yoursunny said:

    @fugosikus said:
    Need USA VPS on /48 subnets, different cities, Los Angeles is not needed.

    @tinyweasel said:
    I'd say Virmach or RackNerd. They're both gonna have ryzen, too.

    Neither @VirMach (for now) nor @dustinc has IPv6, let alone /48.
    No IPv6 => no business.

    I wanted to recommend PremiumBytes then I see /48 subnet requirement.

    We have IPv6 ready, I'm just waiting to build suspense.

  • bruh21bruh21 Member
    edited October 8

    @yoursunny said:

    @fugosikus said:
    Need USA VPS on /48 subnets, different cities, Los Angeles is not needed.

    @tinyweasel said:
    I'd say Virmach or RackNerd. They're both gonna have ryzen, too.

    Neither @VirMach (for now) nor @dustinc has IPv6, let alone /48.
    No IPv6 => no business.

    I wanted to recommend PremiumBytes then I see /48 subnet requirement.

    purple guy has ipv6 on one of their locations but a /48 is probably not available

    you could also consider any vps them just use tunnelbroker for a /48

  • tetechtetech Member

    @bruh21 said:

    @yoursunny said:

    @fugosikus said:
    Need USA VPS on /48 subnets, different cities, Los Angeles is not needed.

    @tinyweasel said:
    I'd say Virmach or RackNerd. They're both gonna have ryzen, too.

    Neither @VirMach (for now) nor @dustinc has IPv6, let alone /48.
    No IPv6 => no business.

    I wanted to recommend PremiumBytes then I see /48 subnet requirement.

    purple guy has ipv6 on one of their locations but a /48 is probably not available

    you could also consider any vps them just use tunnelbroker for a /48

    Based on the post history, she's creating proxies. So tunnelbroker probably not the best approach.

  • @tinyweasel said: Neither @VirMach (for now) nor @dustinc has IPv6, let alone /48.

    No IPv6 => no business.

    I wanted to recommend PremiumBytes then I see /48 subnet requirement.
    

    Meh, just use tunnelbroker, if you really care about your IPv6 requirement. IPv6 will never be enabled on anything I run/own because incompetence and my own fault it's bad.

    @tinyweasel said:

    @yoursunny said:

    @fugosikus said:
    Need USA VPS on /48 subnets, different cities, Los Angeles is not needed.

    @tinyweasel said:
    I'd say Virmach or RackNerd. They're both gonna have ryzen, too.

    Neither @VirMach (for now) nor @dustinc has IPv6, let alone /48.
    No IPv6 => no business.

    I wanted to recommend PremiumBytes then I see /48 subnet requirement.

    Meh, just use tunnelbroker, if you really care about your IPv6 requirement. IPv6 will never be enabled on anything I run/own because incompetence and my own fault it's bad.

    I work with ADS advertising, he doesn't like tunnel broker

  • @tetech said:

    @bruh21 said:

    @yoursunny said:

    @fugosikus said:
    Need USA VPS on /48 subnets, different cities, Los Angeles is not needed.

    @tinyweasel said:
    I'd say Virmach or RackNerd. They're both gonna have ryzen, too.

    Neither @VirMach (for now) nor @dustinc has IPv6, let alone /48.
    No IPv6 => no business.

    I wanted to recommend PremiumBytes then I see /48 subnet requirement.

    purple guy has ipv6 on one of their locations but a /48 is probably not available

    you could also consider any vps them just use tunnelbroker for a /48

    Based on the post history, she's creating proxies. So tunnelbroker probably not the best approach.

    Yes, you're right, I'm building my proxies to work with.

  • @VirMach said:

    @yoursunny said:

    @fugosikus said:
    Need USA VPS on /48 subnets, different cities, Los Angeles is not needed.

    @tinyweasel said:
    I'd say Virmach or RackNerd. They're both gonna have ryzen, too.

    Neither @VirMach (for now) nor @dustinc has IPv6, let alone /48.
    No IPv6 => no business.

    I wanted to recommend PremiumBytes then I see /48 subnet requirement.

    We have IPv6 ready, I'm just waiting to build suspense.

    ipv6 please virmach

    liteserver yyds!

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