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Tiny VPS in Germany with IPv4?

LunicsLunics Member
edited October 23 in Requests

I want to host my private, low volume mail server at home and merely need the VPS to tunnel its IPv4 address to my mail server (with Wireguard).
128MB RAM, 100MBit/s (with a few 100 GB of traffic) and 1GB HDD should be sufficient.
Might also consider other countries such as Switzerland, France or Netherlands.
Price should be below 3€/month (which is what Netcup offers).
Thanks!

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  • Oracle Cloud Free Tier. You should try it.

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  • That's a good idea. What is the reputation like of their IPv4 address ranges? Are they on RBLs?

  • Oracle blocks port 25.

  • angstromangstrom Moderator

    @Lunics said:
    I want to host my private, low volume mail server at home and merely need the VPS to tunnel its IPv4 address to my mail server (with Wireguard).
    128MB RAM, 100MBit/s (with a few 100 GB of traffic) and 1GB HDD should be sufficient.
    Might also consider other countries such as Switzerland, France or Netherlands.
    Price should be below 3€/month (which is what Netcup offers).

    If you want KVM, it may be a bit difficult to find something below $3/m at regular prices in these countries. Perhaps wait until BF/CM?

    If you're happy with OVZ, the chances may be better, but 128MB-RAM VPSes with an IPv4 are rare these days

  • https://console.webhosting24.com/cart.php?gid=42

    MUC Xeon KVM 1024MB NVMe

    Starting from €2,92EUR
    Monthly

    1 vCore @ 2.40+ GHz
    Fair Share CPU Usage
    1024 MB Memory
    20 GB NVMe Storage
    Unmetered Bandwidth @1Gbit/s
    1 IPv4 Address
    1 IPv6 /64 subnet

    6
    Available

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  • angstromangstrom Moderator

    @add_iT said:
    https://console.webhosting24.com/cart.php?gid=42

    MUC Xeon KVM 1024MB NVMe

    Starting from €2,92EUR
    Monthly

    1 vCore @ 2.40+ GHz
    Fair Share CPU Usage
    1024 MB Memory
    20 GB NVMe Storage
    Unmetered Bandwidth @1Gbit/s
    1 IPv4 Address
    1 IPv6 /64 subnet

    6
    Available

    Out of stock

  • @Lunics said:
    That's a good idea. What is the reputation like of their IPv4 address ranges? Are they on RBLs?

    @FatGrizzly said:
    Oracle blocks port 25.

    Outbound only I presume? If so, you don't have to send direct from the mailserver's tunnelled IP, for low volume you could use one of the mail relay services with a free tier (e.g. sendinblue). Such services tend not to have stellar reliability on their free plans, but it's a big ask/hope to get a cheap VPS with a clean IP.

  • RadiRadi Member, Host Rep
    edited October 23

    I have: 128 MB RAM/10 GB Disk/Idk what bandwidth/1 IPv4 for 2.68€/yr from NetCup. If they are transferable, I may be willing to part with it for a reasonable offer.

  • nick_nick_ Member

    @Radi said:
    I have: 128 MB RAM/10 GB Disk/Idk what bandwidth/1 IPv4 for 2.68€/yr from NetCup. If they are transferable, I may be willing to part with it for a reasonable offer.

    That's an insane deal. I would keep it if I were you.

  • @cochon said:

    @Lunics said:
    That's a good idea. What is the reputation like of their IPv4 address ranges? Are they on RBLs?

    @FatGrizzly said:
    Oracle blocks port 25.

    Outbound only I presume? If so, you don't have to send direct from the mailserver's tunnelled IP, for low volume you could use one of the mail relay services with a free tier (e.g. sendinblue). Such services tend not to have stellar reliability on their free plans, but it's a big ask/hope to get a cheap VPS with a clean IP.

    Both inbound and outbound is blocked.

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  • angstromangstrom Moderator

    @nick_ said:

    @Radi said:
    I have: 128 MB RAM/10 GB Disk/Idk what bandwidth/1 IPv4 for 2.68€/yr from NetCup. If they are transferable, I may be willing to part with it for a reasonable offer.

    That's an insane deal. I would keep it if I were you.

    That deal must be a promotion from years ago

  • @angstrom said:

    @add_iT said:
    https://console.webhosting24.com/cart.php?gid=42

    MUC Xeon KVM 1024MB NVMe

    Starting from €2,92EUR
    Monthly

    1 vCore @ 2.40+ GHz
    Fair Share CPU Usage
    1024 MB Memory
    20 GB NVMe Storage
    Unmetered Bandwidth @1Gbit/s
    1 IPv4 Address
    1 IPv6 /64 subnet

    6
    Available

    Out of stock

    There is 6 available on 1GB plan

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  • angstromangstrom Moderator

    @add_iT said:

    @angstrom said:

    @add_iT said:
    https://console.webhosting24.com/cart.php?gid=42

    MUC Xeon KVM 1024MB NVMe

    Starting from €2,92EUR
    Monthly

    1 vCore @ 2.40+ GHz
    Fair Share CPU Usage
    1024 MB Memory
    20 GB NVMe Storage
    Unmetered Bandwidth @1Gbit/s
    1 IPv4 Address
    1 IPv6 /64 subnet

    6
    Available

    Out of stock

    There is 6 available on 1GB plan

    Oh, sorry, you're right -- I was looking at the 512MB plan (for €1,25/m), which is out of stock

    But the thing is, given that the 1GB plan costs €2,92/m, the netcup plan would be a better deal for €2,99/m

  • CiprianoOscarCiprianoOscar Member, Host Rep

    @Lunics said:
    I want to host my private, low volume mail server at home and merely need the VPS to tunnel its IPv4 address to my mail server (with Wireguard).
    128MB RAM, 100MBit/s (with a few 100 GB of traffic) and 1GB HDD should be sufficient.
    Might also consider other countries such as Switzerland, France or Netherlands.
    Price should be below 3€/month (which is what Netcup offers).
    Thanks!

    For 3€ you can take 2GB from us. We are in germany. Look up our website if you are interessed.

  • @CiprianoOscar said:

    @Lunics said:
    I want to host my private, low volume mail server at home and merely need the VPS to tunnel its IPv4 address to my mail server (with Wireguard).
    128MB RAM, 100MBit/s (with a few 100 GB of traffic) and 1GB HDD should be sufficient.
    Might also consider other countries such as Switzerland, France or Netherlands.
    Price should be below 3€/month (which is what Netcup offers).
    Thanks!

    For 3€ you can take 2GB from us. We are in germany. Look up our website if you are interessed.

    You should probably add your website link to your signature or to your post. A normal person won't open your profile picture/created discussions to find your host.

  • If Openvz is okay you can check ramnode $12/y deal

    They have NL Location

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  • @Radi said:
    I have: 128 MB RAM/10 GB Disk/Idk what bandwidth/1 IPv4 for 2.68€/yr from NetCup. If they are transferable, I may be willing to part with it for a reasonable offer.

    I'm interested in this, let me know if you still have it.

  • YmpkerYmpker Member
    edited October 31

    Serverdiscounter comes to 1,95€/mon+ 5€ setup fee, or 23€ish per year for 1GB RAM, 1vCore, 10GB SSD KVM.

    https://lowendtalk.com/discussion/182072/anyone-tried-serverdiscounter-1vcore-10gb-ssd-1gb-ram-100-mbits-1-ipv4-kvm-for-23-40-year#latest

    Reviews aren't the best, apparently...however, there is a free 24h trial, so you could YABS it first.

  • RapToNRapToN Member, Host Rep

    https://www.kts24.com/vps

    Starting at 1,49 € per month and located in the Netherlands.

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  • @Ympker said:
    Serverdiscounter comes to 1,95€/mon+ 5€ setup fee, or 23€ish per year for 1GB RAM, 1vCore, 10GB SSD KVM.

    https://lowendtalk.com/discussion/182072/anyone-tried-serverdiscounter-1vcore-10gb-ssd-1gb-ram-100-mbits-1-ipv4-kvm-for-23-40-year#latest

    Reviews aren't the best, apparently...however, there is a free 24h trial, so you could YABS it first.

    But they have time travel machine!!!

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  • @Mumbly said:

    @Ympker said:
    Serverdiscounter comes to 1,95€/mon+ 5€ setup fee, or 23€ish per year for 1GB RAM, 1vCore, 10GB SSD KVM.

    https://lowendtalk.com/discussion/182072/anyone-tried-serverdiscounter-1vcore-10gb-ssd-1gb-ram-100-mbits-1-ipv4-kvm-for-23-40-year#latest

    Reviews aren't the best, apparently...however, there is a free 24h trial, so you could YABS it first.

    But they have time travel machine!!!

    Debian 12 is actually out, as testing.

    https://www.debian.org/releases/testing/releasenotes

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  • @Mumbly said:

    @Ympker said:
    Serverdiscounter comes to 1,95€/mon+ 5€ setup fee, or 23€ish per year for 1GB RAM, 1vCore, 10GB SSD KVM.

    https://lowendtalk.com/discussion/182072/anyone-tried-serverdiscounter-1vcore-10gb-ssd-1gb-ram-100-mbits-1-ipv4-kvm-for-23-40-year#latest

    Reviews aren't the best, apparently...however, there is a free 24h trial, so you could YABS it first.

    But they have time travel machine!!!

    Stay ahead of the competition, eh? ;)

    Thanked by 1Mumbly
  • MumblyMumbly Member
    edited October 31

    @FatGrizzly said:
    Debian 12 is actually out, as testing.

    https://www.debian.org/releases/testing/releasenotes

    Out? :) It's not out but in development/testing phase - which is out/available from the beginning. (Packages & versions: work in progress)
    First sentence from your link: This is a work-in-progress version of the Release Notes for Debian 12, codename bookworm, which isn't released yet.

    Debian testing is the current development state of the next stable Debian distribution.
    https://wiki.debian.org/DebianTesting

    2021-08-14: bullseye is released, and bookworm becomes testing
    https://wiki.debian.org/DebianBookworm

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  • @Mumbly said:

    @FatGrizzly said:
    Debian 12 is actually out, as testing.

    https://www.debian.org/releases/testing/releasenotes

    Out? :) It's not out but in development/testing phase. (Packages & versions: work in progress)
    First sentence from your link: This is a work-in-progress version of the Release Notes for Debian 12, codename bookworm, which isn't released yet.

    Debian testing is the current development state of the next stable Debian distribution.
    https://wiki.debian.org/DebianTesting

    2021-08-14: bullseye is released, and bookworm becomes testing
    https://wiki.debian.org/DebianBookworm

    Okay, I phrased it wrong. But you get the point, you can download Debian 12

    https://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/weekly-builds/amd64/iso-cd/debian-testing-amd64-netinst.iso

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  • MumblyMumbly Member
    edited October 31

    I know, I know, but that's DebianTesting and should not be called Debian 12 ;-) Debian testing is the current development state of the next stable Debian distribution. At the same moment we get Debian 12, there will be new testing for the next Debian release.

    I hope that's just mistake on their side and they don't actually offer unreleased unstable OS in development state without security updates :)

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  • k4zzk4zz Member

    @FatGrizzly said:

    @CiprianoOscar said:

    @Lunics said:
    I want to host my private, low volume mail server at home and merely need the VPS to tunnel its IPv4 address to my mail server (with Wireguard).
    128MB RAM, 100MBit/s (with a few 100 GB of traffic) and 1GB HDD should be sufficient.
    Might also consider other countries such as Switzerland, France or Netherlands.
    Price should be below 3€/month (which is what Netcup offers).
    Thanks!

    For 3€ you can take 2GB from us. We are in germany. Look up our website if you are interessed.

    You should probably add your website link to your signature or to your post. A normal person won't open your profile picture/created discussions to find your host.

    .
    They are currently running a Halloween promotion

    link

  • CiprianoOscarCiprianoOscar Member, Host Rep

    @FatGrizzly said:

    @CiprianoOscar said:

    @Lunics said:
    I want to host my private, low volume mail server at home and merely need the VPS to tunnel its IPv4 address to my mail server (with Wireguard).
    128MB RAM, 100MBit/s (with a few 100 GB of traffic) and 1GB HDD should be sufficient.
    Might also consider other countries such as Switzerland, France or Netherlands.
    Price should be below 3€/month (which is what Netcup offers).
    Thanks!

    For 3€ you can take 2GB from us. We are in germany. Look up our website if you are interessed.

    You should probably add your website link to your signature or to your post. A normal person won't open your profile picture/created discussions to find your host.

    Thanks for the advice, i will!

  • RadiRadi Member, Host Rep

    @Privacy said:

    @Radi said:
    I have: 128 MB RAM/10 GB Disk/Idk what bandwidth/1 IPv4 for 2.68€/yr from NetCup. If they are transferable, I may be willing to part with it for a reasonable offer.

    I'm interested in this, let me know if you still have it.

    I do, you can PM me with an offer. There's a 25 euro transfer fee though(I think).

  • i need a small vps in nederland very cheap

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