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↳Crunchbits.com -- KVM Pure SSD & Pure NVMe / VirtFusion / 1Gbps / Spokane, WA USA / 19% OFF

crunchbitscrunchbits Member, Patron Provider

Hey LET,
We're excited to make our first public offering live. In honor of that, all VPS plans are 19% off (recurring) just for LET users with coupon code: charlet

All VPS plans include:

  • 1 IPv4 Address
  • 1 IPv6 /64
  • VirtFusion Panel
  • Full end-user controls (reinstall, reboot, VNC, etc)
  • Credit Card or Cryptocurrencies (crypto still manually processed as we search for new merchant)
  • 1Gbps port
  • self-controlled rDNS management
  • 1 or 2 included backup slots (manual or scheduled)

Our entire network is Juniper from the racks to our routing engine. All of the physical infrastructure (fiber, servers, switches, routers, etc) are 100% owned by us. 2 of the 3 datacenters we have a physical presence in are wholly owned by us, with the third being H5 Quincy (Tier III data center). All of our locations are Central/Eastern Washington routed through Spokane, WA.


1G RAID-10 SSD $2.99 $2.42/mo Order

↳1GB DDR4 RAM
↳1 Core
↳50GB RAID-10 Pure SSD Storage
↳2TB @ 1Gbps Bandwidth
↳KVM


2G NVMe $5.99 $4.85/mo Order

↳2GB DDR4 RAM
↳1 Core
↳20GB NVMe Storage
↳2TB @ 1Gbps Bandwidth
↳KVM


The rest of our available products/plans:

Comments

  • GayRunGayRun Member

    LookingGlass?

    Thanked by 1NobodyInteresting
  • AzenotAzenot Member

    Who are you, guys? How to find any information about your hosting on your website?

  • foitinfoitin Member

    CPU model?

  • yoursunnyyoursunny Member, IPv6 Advocate

    @crunchbits said:

    • 1 IPv6 /64
    • self-controlled rDNS management

    Is rDNS of IPv6 addresses available as API instead of manual operation?
    Is it possible to delegate IPv6 rDNS to the VPS instead of updating into provider's nameserver?

  • MumblyMumbly Member

    @Azenot said:
    Who are you, guys? How to find any information about your hosting on your website?

    Crunchbits LLC
    Company Number
    2021-001056371
    
    Status
    Active
    
    Incorporation Date
    30 November 2021 (8 months ago)
    
    Company Type
    Limited Liability Company
    Jurisdiction
    Wyoming (US)
    Registered Address
    1309 Coffeen Avenue STE 4204
    Sheridan
    82801
    WY
    USA
    
    Agent Name
    Cloud Peak Law, LLC
    
    Agent Address
    1095 Sugar View Dr Ste 500, Sheridan, WY, 82801, USA
    
    Directors / Officers
    Andrew Pierce, organizer
    Cloud Peak Law, LLC, agent
    

    Domain registration:

    Creation Date: 2021-04-26T05:19:03Z
    Registry Registrant ID:
    Registrant Name: Eric Yingling
    Registrant Organization: Crunchbits LLC
    Registrant Street: 1309 Coffeen Avenue STE 4204
    Registrant City: Sheridan
    Registrant State/Province: Wyoming
    Registrant Postal Code: 82801
    Registrant Country: US
    Registrant Phone: +1.5095938077
    
    Thanked by 2crunchbits szarka
  • crunchbitscrunchbits Member, Patron Provider

    @GayRun said:
    LookingGlass?

    https://lg.crunchbits.com

    @Azenot said:
    Who are you, guys? How to find any information about your hosting on your website?

    In addition to @Mumbly posting, what else would you like to know?> @foitin said:

    CPU model?

    Depends on product, but for our VPS the lowest end you would end up on is a Dual E5-2680v4 or EPYC 7551P system. Our newer systems are a mix of EPYC 7502 and Xeon Gold 5120 and 6326 but they are still in the minority.

    @yoursunny said:

    @crunchbits said:

    • 1 IPv6 /64
    • self-controlled rDNS management

    Is rDNS of IPv6 addresses available as API instead of manual operation?
    Is it possible to delegate IPv6 rDNS to the VPS instead of updating into provider's nameserver?

    No, at this time not available via API.

  • Do you accept crypto

  • crunchbitscrunchbits Member, Patron Provider

    @riofredinand said:
    Do you accept crypto

    Yes. And the discount mentioned in our FAQ does stack with any other coupons. However, at the moment we're waiting for bitpay as we had to move away from coinpayments when they dropped the US. We can process the invoice(s) manually, just select "Offline Payment" and instructions will come up during checkout.

  • szarkaszarka Member

    @Mumbly said:
    Registrant Name: Eric Yingling

    Any relation to one of my favorite domestic beers? 😆

  • Nice!

  • szarkaszarka Member
    edited August 4

    Hmm…

    whois 193.149.164.8
    % This is the RIPE Database query service.
    % The objects are in RPSL format.
    %
    % The RIPE Database is subject to Terms and Conditions.
    % See http://www.ripe.net/db/support/db-terms-conditions.pdf
    
    % Note: this output has been filtered.
    %       To receive output for a database update, use the "-B" flag.
    
    % Information related to '193.149.164.0 - 193.149.164.255'
    
    % No abuse contact registered for 193.149.164.0 - 193.149.164.255
    
    inetnum:        193.149.164.0 - 193.149.164.255
    netname:        NON-RIPE-NCC-MANAGED-ADDRESS-BLOCK
    descr:          IPv4 address block not managed by the RIPE NCC
    remarks:        ------------------------------------------------------
    remarks:
    remarks:        For registration information,
    remarks:        you can consult the following sources:
    remarks:
    remarks:        IANA
    remarks:        http://www.iana.org/assignments/ipv4-address-space
    remarks:        http://www.iana.org/assignments/iana-ipv4-special-registry
    remarks:        http://www.iana.org/assignments/ipv4-recovered-address-space
    remarks:
    remarks:        AFRINIC (Africa)
    remarks:        http://www.afrinic.net/ whois.afrinic.net
    remarks:
    remarks:        APNIC (Asia Pacific)
    remarks:        http://www.apnic.net/ whois.apnic.net
    remarks:
    remarks:        ARIN (Northern America)
    remarks:        http://www.arin.net/ whois.arin.net
    remarks:
    remarks:        LACNIC (Latin America and the Carribean)
    remarks:        http://www.lacnic.net/ whois.lacnic.net
    remarks:
    remarks:        ------------------------------------------------------
    country:        EU # Country is really world wide
    admin-c:        IANA1-RIPE
    tech-c:         IANA1-RIPE
    status:         ALLOCATED UNSPECIFIED
    mnt-by:         RIPE-NCC-HM-MNT
    created:        2021-06-16T15:24:27Z
    last-modified:  2021-06-16T15:24:27Z
    source:         RIPE
    
    role:           Internet Assigned Numbers Authority
    address:        see http://www.iana.org.
    admin-c:        IANA1-RIPE
    tech-c:         IANA1-RIPE
    nic-hdl:        IANA1-RIPE
    remarks:        For more information on IANA services
    remarks:        go to IANA web site at http://www.iana.org.
    mnt-by:         RIPE-NCC-MNT
    created:        1970-01-01T00:00:00Z
    last-modified:  2001-09-22T09:31:27Z
    source:         RIPE # Filtered
    
  • szarkaszarka Member

    @riofredinand said:

    Nice!

    Is this SSD or NVMe? I'm guessing the former?

  • DPDP Member, Moderator, The Domain Guy

    @szarka said: Is this SSD or NVMe? I'm guessing the former?

    SSD.

    The NVMe plan has 2GB RAM and 20GB Storage.

  • jarjar Member, Patron Provider

    @Azenot said:
    Who are you, guys? How to find any information about your hosting on your website?

    Can find a bit more history of crunchbits by looking up "Redoubt Networks LLC" as well.

  • crunchbitscrunchbits Member, Patron Provider

    @szarka said:

    @Mumbly said:
    Registrant Name: Eric Yingling

    Any relation to one of my favorite domestic beers? 😆

    I wish :( On the opposite coast, but whenever I get a chance I always grab one.

    @DP said:

    @szarka said: Is this SSD or NVMe? I'm guessing the former?

    SSD.

    The NVMe plan has 2GB RAM and 20GB Storage.

    Yep, one of our SSD servers.

    @jar said:

    @Azenot said:
    Who are you, guys? How to find any information about your hosting on your website?

    Can find a bit more history of crunchbits by looking up "Redoubt Networks LLC" as well.

    Yes, that is our parent organization (and is much older). Redoubt just doesn't do anything user-facing, it was all larger scale B2B deployments (and some larger public crypto customers at one of the facilities). Happy to share whatever specifics anyone wants to know--feel free to ask.

    Thanked by 2szarka jar
  • Will you support PayPal in the future?

  • MumblyMumbly Member
    edited August 4

    @szarka said: Hmm…

    You seem confused by the fact that RIPE (regional Internet registry for Europe) does not list ARIN, APNIC, AFRINIC and LACNIC... IP subnets in their own database.
    It write clearly "descr: IPv4 address block not managed by the RIPE NCC".
    That's normal. You need to check ARIN.
    https://search.arin.net/rdap/?query=193.149.164.8

    Or try CLI command:

    whois -h whois.arin.net 193.149.164.8

    Thanked by 1crunchbits
  • crunchbitscrunchbits Member, Patron Provider

    @Hayashima said:
    Will you support PayPal in the future?

    At this time we're not planning on it.

  • szarkaszarka Member
    edited August 4

    @Mumbly said:

    @szarka said: Hmm…

    You seem confused by the fact that RIPE (regional Internet registry for Europe) does not list ARIN, APNIC, AFRINIC and LACNIC... IP subnets in their own database.
    It write clearly "descr: IPv4 address block not managed by the RIPE NCC".
    That's normal. You need to check ARIN.

    What I'm confused by is why the whois utility is checking RIPE. I've never seen it fail to guess which server is appropriate before, and it's supposed to default to ARIN if it can't guess. So I wonder what the provenance of this space is? Was it, perhaps, originally allocated via RIPE but then later reclaimed and reallocated via ARIN?

  • crunchbitscrunchbits Member, Patron Provider

    @szarka said:

    @Mumbly said:

    @szarka said: Hmm…

    You seem confused by the fact that RIPE (regional Internet registry for Europe) does not list ARIN, APNIC, AFRINIC and LACNIC... IP subnets in their own database.
    It write clearly "descr: IPv4 address block not managed by the RIPE NCC".
    That's normal. You need to check ARIN.

    What I'm confused by is why the whois utility is checking RIPE. I've never seen it fail to guess which server is appropriate before, and it's supposed to default to ARIN if it can't guess. So I wonder what the provenance of this space is? Was it, perhaps, originally allocated via RIPE but then later reclaimed and reallocated via ARIN?

    Without checking records specific to the purchase of that block at this moment, I can tell you that yes we buy them via brokerages (with clear histories/reports) and some might have original allocations from RIPE.

    Thanked by 1szarka
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