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Peering request: RU/Belarus/Serbia/Macau/China/Cuba/Venezuela

Hi there Lowendtalk people!

We are interested in peering our Iranian ASN with an ASN in Russia,Serbia,Macau,China,Cuba or Venezuela, rent servers there (Intel/AMD) and use the infrastructure to build: VPNs, Tunnels, Proxies and perhaps hosting too.

Given that we have to follow Lowendtalk rules, below we are providing our requirements as per Lowendtalk:

Server Type:

Intel [E3/Silver 4120/4124R/Gold] / AMD Ryzen

RAM: 16-32GB
Disk Space: 240GB SSD
Disk Type: SSD

Bandwidth: Unmetered Unshared (Give us price)
Bandwidth: Metered Shared (30TB - Give us price)
Port Speed: 1GBPS

DDoS Protection:
No, we will not be targeted by DDOS attacks.

Number of IPs:

  • we will use our own IPs under our ASN peered with your ASN

Location:
RU/Belarus/Serbia/Macau/China/Cuba/Venezuela

Budget:

Unmetered :blush:

Billing period:
Monthly, crypto payment.

Comments

  • Since LET is a LLC now, I wonder if facilitating Syrian business activity on this forum would garner the interest of OFAC.

  • xTomxTom Member, Patron Provider

    @stevewatson301 said:
    Since LET is a LLC now, I wonder if facilitating Syrian business activity on this forum would garner the interest of OFAC.

    LET doesn't provide service to him

  • LTnigerLTniger Member

    @xTom said: LET doesn't provide service to him

    LET is official facilitator of business for many, since it is now paid. It is no longer neutral or "not inclined towards profits", you pay - you receive.

    Thanked by 1stevewatson301
  • ArkasArkas Member, Moderator

    That's a good plan you got going there. I already know someone who might be able to help you, he's probably messaged you already. There is one flaw with your plan. You need to add North Korea so you have the full set and ASN pairing. Nice plan.

    Thanked by 2Privacysy JasonM
  • xTomxTom Member, Patron Provider

    @LTniger said:

    @xTom said: LET doesn't provide service to him

    LET is official facilitator of business for many, since it is now paid. It is no longer neutral or "not inclined towards profits", you pay - you receive.

    You are right, LET should update their ToS.

  • PrivacysyPrivacysy Member
    edited June 16

    @Arkas said:
    That's a good plan you got going there. I already know someone who might be able to help you, he's probably messaged you already. There is one flaw with your plan. You need to add North Korea so you have the full set and ASN pairing. Nice plan.

    Hi!

    No message received so far, only from xTom with HongKong as location, not what we are looking for.

    We are aiming at Privacy & Security as business, North Korea did not replied us but their upstream did, impossible to have servers in North Korea, possible to have an IPLC from North Korea tho, not what we are aiming at.

    For those wondering: We will build a 0 log policy infrastructure, we may also need IPMI access for servers to encrypt disks before usage. Customers will be able to sign up without using an username or email address or password. We want to bring something different to the market.

  • @Privacysy said:
    Hi there Lowendtalk people!

    We are interested in peering our Iranian ASN with an ASN in Russia,Serbia,Macau,China,Cuba or Venezuela, rent servers there (Intel/AMD) and use the infrastructure to build: VPNs, Tunnels, Proxies and perhaps hosting too.

    Given that we have to follow Lowendtalk rules, below we are providing our requirements as per Lowendtalk:

    Server Type:

    Intel [E3/Silver 4120/4124R/Gold] / AMD Ryzen

    RAM: 16-32GB
    Disk Space: 240GB SSD
    Disk Type: SSD

    Bandwidth: Unmetered Unshared (Give us price)
    Bandwidth: Metered Shared (30TB - Give us price)
    Port Speed: 1GBPS

    DDoS Protection:
    No, we will not be targeted by DDOS attacks.

    Number of IPs:

    • we will use our own IPs under our ASN peered with your ASN

    Location:
    RU/Belarus/Serbia/Macau/China/Cuba/Venezuela

    Budget:

    Unmetered :blush:

    Billing period:
    Monthly, crypto payment.

    You are missing Pakistan & Afghanistan on the list.

  • PrivacysyPrivacysy Member
    edited June 16

    @Ahfaiahkid said:

    @Privacysy said:
    Hi there Lowendtalk people!

    We are interested in peering our Iranian ASN with an ASN in Russia,Serbia,Macau,China,Cuba or Venezuela, rent servers there (Intel/AMD) and use the infrastructure to build: VPNs, Tunnels, Proxies and perhaps hosting too.

    Given that we have to follow Lowendtalk rules, below we are providing our requirements as per Lowendtalk:

    Server Type:

    Intel [E3/Silver 4120/4124R/Gold] / AMD Ryzen

    RAM: 16-32GB
    Disk Space: 240GB SSD
    Disk Type: SSD

    Bandwidth: Unmetered Unshared (Give us price)
    Bandwidth: Metered Shared (30TB - Give us price)
    Port Speed: 1GBPS

    DDoS Protection:
    No, we will not be targeted by DDOS attacks.

    Number of IPs:

    • we will use our own IPs under our ASN peered with your ASN

    Location:
    RU/Belarus/Serbia/Macau/China/Cuba/Venezuela

    Budget:

    Unmetered :blush:

    Billing period:
    Monthly, crypto payment.

    You are missing Pakistan & Afghanistan on the list.

    We have Syria to replace these locations. Port is a little bit expensive tho: 900 USD / 100mbps unmetered unshared + Yearly payment. Syria is a different subject in this matter, not related anyway, neither is Pakistan nor Afghanistan.

    Please reply to the thread so it can benefit everyone.

  • @Privacysy said: 900 USD / 100mbps unmetered

    price is OK.. but is the fiber bomb proof? armored fibers?

    how is the datacenter security? protected by god?

  • @Privacysy said: For those wondering: We will build a 0 log policy infrastructure, we may also need IPMI access for servers to encrypt disks before usage. Customers will be able to sign up without using an username or email address or password. We want to bring something different to the market.

    BS. Did you coordinate this with the FSB? If not, I very much doubt that this is possible in totalitarian countries where everything is being spied on. Talk to your comrade major, he will explain to you how everything works there.

  • hyperblasthyperblast Member
    edited June 16

    @Arkas said:
    That's a good plan you got going there. I already know someone who might be able to help you, he's probably messaged you already. There is one flaw with your plan. You need to add North Korea so you have the full set and ASN pairing. Nice plan.

    indeed. add north korea and the full set of shitholes is nearly complete.

  • yoursunnyyoursunny Member, IPv6 Advocate

    Do you want IPv9 peering in Antarctica?
    You have to colo your own equipment, but our network is top notch.

    Thanked by 3Arkas JasonM Peppery9
  • KousakaKousaka Member

    Welcome to LowEndPeering and good luck.

    Thanked by 1Privacysy
  • @Privacysy said:

    @Ahfaiahkid said:

    @Privacysy said:
    Hi there Lowendtalk people!

    We are interested in peering our Iranian ASN with an ASN in Russia,Serbia,Macau,China,Cuba or Venezuela, rent servers there (Intel/AMD) and use the infrastructure to build: VPNs, Tunnels, Proxies and perhaps hosting too.

    Given that we have to follow Lowendtalk rules, below we are providing our requirements as per Lowendtalk:

    Server Type:

    Intel [E3/Silver 4120/4124R/Gold] / AMD Ryzen

    RAM: 16-32GB
    Disk Space: 240GB SSD
    Disk Type: SSD

    Bandwidth: Unmetered Unshared (Give us price)
    Bandwidth: Metered Shared (30TB - Give us price)
    Port Speed: 1GBPS

    DDoS Protection:
    No, we will not be targeted by DDOS attacks.

    Number of IPs:

    • we will use our own IPs under our ASN peered with your ASN

    Location:
    RU/Belarus/Serbia/Macau/China/Cuba/Venezuela

    Budget:

    Unmetered :blush:

    Billing period:
    Monthly, crypto payment.

    You are missing Pakistan & Afghanistan on the list.

    We have Syria to replace these locations. Port is a little bit expensive tho: 900 USD / 100mbps unmetered unshared + Yearly payment. Syria is a different subject in this matter, not related anyway, neither is Pakistan nor Afghanistan.

    Please reply to the thread so it can benefit everyone.

    But servers guarded by taliban is a selling point that we can brag to customers.

  • In my memory, to have a server in China, you must go through the real-name authentication and filing of the computer room, and even need the enterprise qualification in China. Because the hosting computer room in China is now undergoing a change, all idcs that do not require real-name authentication have been summoned by the police on the grounds that they provide a transit line for vpn. It is well known that the term vpn is extremely sensitive in China, especially the establishment of vpn in China requires relevant departments to review and issue a business license. If you have solved the above, I can tell you that the bandwidth price of the exclusive g port is about 8000 RMB, equivalent to USD 1190. The operator is China Mobile, and China Unicom is 8500-9000 RMB, which is equivalent to USD 1339. The actual price may be higher. High, because this is only the cost of bandwidth, and the cost of electricity and machines has not been calculated. If you need it, you can contact me, and I will help you find the best price among my idc friends.

    Thanked by 2Privacysy JasonM
  • GhtGht Member

    BAN HIM

    Thanked by 1SpeedTest
  • ehhthingehhthing Member
    edited June 16

    Not legal in China and Cuba.

    Have fun with that.

    Thanked by 2Privacysy SpeedTest
  • ArkasArkas Member, Moderator

    @Privacysy said: Hi!

    No message received so far, only from xTom with HongKong as location, not what we are looking for.

    We are aiming at Privacy & Security as business, North Korea did not replied us but their upstream did, impossible to have servers in North Korea, possible to have an IPLC from North Korea tho, not what we are aiming at

    I guess my attempt at sarcasm didn't translate well.

    Thanked by 1lorian
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