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  • bruh21bruh21 Member, Host Rep

    Why not try softether

  • jayjayjayjay Member, Host Rep

    @ralf said:

    @jayjay said:
    We offer NAT VM's with Dynamic IPs in Hong Kong which a lot of our Chinese customers like - would that help?

    Can you share a LG for these? Last time I checked a few months ago, I tried the LG link I found in an offer thread several months earlier, but I was only getting about 200Kbit/s to the UK.

    @szymonp said:

    @ralf said:

    @jayjay said:
    We offer NAT VM's with Dynamic IPs in Hong Kong which a lot of our Chinese customers like - would that help?

    Can you share a LG for these? Last time I checked a few months ago, I tried the LG link I found in an offer thread several months earlier, but I was only getting about 200Kbit/s to the UK.

    And yeah I'm getting about the same to Poland

    Just ran a quick speedtest from one of the NAT VM's to Vodafone UK - London:

         Server: Vodafone UK - London (id = 24281)
            ISP: Tele Asia Limited
        Latency:   197.77 ms   (0.61 ms jitter)
       Download:   508.37 Mbps (data used: 785.6 MB)                               
         Upload:    15.92 Mbps (data used: 29.1 MB)                               
    Packet Loss:     0.0%
     Result URL: https://www.speedtest.net/result/c/2bf5676f-431e-4608-aadb-95537af0051c
    

    Upload isn't great but these servers are in Hong Kong, so typically better for those located in China. We're looking to start NAT services in the UK though, I'll give you a shout once we have that setup.

  • farukirfarukir Member
    edited June 7

    @entrailz said:
    Does anyone know any VPN providers with servers in China?

    Thanks

    Well, I think I know what you are trying to get. There is a term called repatriation among the Chinese, which means that the Chinese are in a foreign country and need to return to China through the internet, and some of them can get Chinese servers (Chinese locals), and they will set up a platform to provide this repatriation internet line, and you can get Chinese internet by buying and subscribing to their service, but this will be relatively expensive, and he doesn't want to be as Freedom as vps, because China has just experienced a serious network cleanup, you may not find it very easy. So, their network audit is much stricter. Hope this helps you

    but I seem to know of vps within mainland China, if you can set it up.

  • AndreDonzAndreDonz Member

    https://www.miaovps.com/aff.php?aff=64
    https://www.miaovps.com/ (non aff)
    http://xue.zxiyun.com/?t=107&vcode=7391
    http://xue.zxiyun.com/ (non aff)

    I know several local service providers in China, They provide vps or natvps, but for the network price, it may be relatively high. And the price of ip will be relatively high. Thus, probably mainly because the Chinese government intends to restrict the idc field. Finally, the ones I recommend above, because they are relatively small businesses, may be out of stock due to cheap prize. And compared to paypal, credit card or prepaid card, they will be more inclined to accept more localized payment methods such as WeChat Pay and Alipay The following are relatively large companies and may have stricter policies. It also means that the price will be higher, but it is more international.

    https://aliyun.com
    https://alibabacloud.com
    https://qcloud.com
    https://intl.cloud.tencent.com/
    https://cloud.baidu.com/
    https://www.huaweicloud.com/
    https://ucloud.cn

    Thanked by 1chenxuhua
  • SaahibSaahib Member, Host Rep

    @deank said:
    I've been looking for a VPN on Mars.

    I don't know why I can't find one.

    Oh God, China is that alien ?

  • mandamanda Member

    good day, I have the same problem, I can't get a Chinese vpn. You solved this problem

  • waynechriswaynechris Member
    edited July 29

    Hi,to be honest,I don’t want to hit you
    but the current VPN in mainland China cannot survive.You can consider a VPS in Hong Kong,such as DMIT,Or a certain degree of free Google Cloud, AWS, AZURE, these all have VPS in Hong Kong location,to build SS or WS+TLS protocol,
    Don't use Alibaba Cloud or Tencent Cloud,they ban VPNs

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