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Singapore VPS/VDS/Dedi with ISP IP address
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Singapore VPS/VDS/Dedi with ISP IP address

Hi folks:

I'm looking for server in Singapore with an ISP IPv4 address.

CPU: 1vCPU or more
MEM: 1GB or more
HDD/SDD: 10GB or more
Bandwidth: 100Mbps+ port with at least 500GB/mo traffic
IPv4: Must be ISP IP ( Singtel Business (previous ikoula SG VM provided), Myrepublic, Starhub, M1, etc... any ISP in SG is acceptable)
Budget: Lower than 60USD/mo

Usage: Game Proxy, Website Proxy, Access to certain geo-restricted website with strict IP filtering (like footlocker), etc. Bottom line is everything is legit and there will be no illegial activities (no spam, torrent downloading, etc.).

Does anyone or any providers who can meet those requirements?

I can increase my budget by a little if it cost more than 60USD.

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Comments

  • xTomxTom Member, Patron Provider

    Do you mean residential IP?

  • @xTom said:
    Do you mean residential IP?

    It can be a residential IP address (for example Singtel Fibre Boardband), but it can also be a business IP address (for example Singtel Business IP).

    But it can not be IP address that identified as hosting or proxy. Those flags can be checked via ipinfo.io.

  • szymonpszymonp Member

    @devops01001 said:

    @xTom said:
    Do you mean residential IP?

    It can be a residential IP address (for example Singtel Fibre Boardband), but it can also be a business IP address (for example Singtel Business IP).

    But it can not be IP address that identified as hosting or proxy. Those flags can be checked via ipinfo.io.

    Oracle cloud has business IP, just checked mine and that's what that site shows it as. You might have to switch IP's a few times before you get a business one tho

  • szymonpszymonp Member
    edited May 30

    @szymonp said:

    @devops01001 said:

    @xTom said:
    Do you mean residential IP?

    It can be a residential IP address (for example Singtel Fibre Boardband), but it can also be a business IP address (for example Singtel Business IP).

    But it can not be IP address that identified as hosting or proxy. Those flags can be checked via ipinfo.io.

    Oracle cloud has business IP, just checked mine and that's what that site shows it as. You might have to switch IP's a few times before you get a business one tho

    asn:
    Object,
    asn:
    "AS31898",
    name:
    "Oracle Corporation",
    domain:
    "oracle.com",
    route:
    "censored/20",
    type:
    "business",

    company:
    Object,
    name:
    "Oracle Corp UK Ltd",
    domain:
    "oracle.com",
    type:
    "isp",

  • @szymonp said:

    @szymonp said:

    @devops01001 said:

    @xTom said:
    Do you mean residential IP?

    It can be a residential IP address (for example Singtel Fibre Boardband), but it can also be a business IP address (for example Singtel Business IP).

    But it can not be IP address that identified as hosting or proxy. Those flags can be checked via ipinfo.io.

    Oracle cloud has business IP, just checked mine and that's what that site shows it as. You might have to switch IP's a few times before you get a business one tho

    asn:
    Object,
    asn:
    "AS31898",
    name:
    "Oracle Corporation",
    domain:
    "oracle.com",
    route:
    "censored/20",
    type:
    "business",

    company:
    Object,
    name:
    "Oracle Corp UK Ltd",
    domain:
    "oracle.com",
    type:
    "isp",

    That's great news! Seems Oracle Cloud is an option and let's see if I can get any other options which has a true ISP IPv4 address.

  • JarettJarett Member

    easy job

  • sotssots Member

    All Oracle IPs are marked as 'business' on ipinfo.io .

  • @Jarett said:
    easy job

    Can you please be more specific on what solution you recommand? Thanks.

  • @sots said:
    All Oracle IPs are marked as 'business' on ipinfo.io .

    Yeah. I'd like to know that if there is any other solution besides Oracle Cloud.

  • farukirfarukir Member

    I seem to have found a pretty good vps who also offers bandwidth services from isp for only $7 a month: 1C/1GB/25G HDD/1TB bandwidth/1 ipv4 and 1 ipv6

  • DPDP Member, Moderator, The Domain Guy

    @farukir said:
    I seem to have found a pretty good vps who also offers bandwidth services from isp for only $7 a month: 1C/1GB/25G HDD/1TB bandwidth/1 ipv4 and 1 ipv6

    I don't quite fancy those spinners but what did you find?

  • farukirfarukir Member

    @DP said:

    @farukir said:
    I seem to have found a pretty good vps who also offers bandwidth services from isp for only $7 a month: 1C/1GB/25G HDD/1TB bandwidth/1 ipv4 and 1 ipv6

    I don't quite fancy those spinners but what did you find?

    SimplerCloud Pte Ltd
    Seems to be this, too much data, I collected the data has not been organized, the specific need for you to review again

  • Hi @szymonp - I'm curious to know if your Oracle VM shows the "Usage Type" as "(ISP) Fixed Line ISP, (MOB) Mobile ISP" in the ip2location.com lookup, do you mind checking when you have a sec?

  • szymonpszymonp Member

    @fixxation said:
    Hi @szymonp - I'm curious to know if your Oracle VM shows the "Usage Type" as "(ISP) Fixed Line ISP, (MOB) Mobile ISP" in the ip2location.com lookup, do you mind checking when you have a sec?

    No

  • @szymonp said:

    @fixxation said:
    Hi @szymonp - I'm curious to know if your Oracle VM shows the "Usage Type" as "(ISP) Fixed Line ISP, (MOB) Mobile ISP" in the ip2location.com lookup, do you mind checking when you have a sec?

    No

    "No" as in it doesn't show the usage type as ISP or no as in you couldn't be arsed checking? :)

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  • szymonpszymonp Member

    @fixxation said:

    @szymonp said:

    @fixxation said:
    Hi @szymonp - I'm curious to know if your Oracle VM shows the "Usage Type" as "(ISP) Fixed Line ISP, (MOB) Mobile ISP" in the ip2location.com lookup, do you mind checking when you have a sec?

    No

    "No" as in it doesn't show the usage type as ISP or no as in you couldn't be arsed checking? :)

    It says DCH, but netflix etc still works

  • Thanks for that, @szymonp

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