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Is there still market for NAT vms?

BasToTheMaxBasToTheMax Member, Host Rep
edited March 23 in General

Is there still market for NAT vpsses?

What is the maximum you would pay?

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Market NAT VPS
  1. Is there still market for NAT vpsses?112 votes
    1. Yes
      84.82%
    2. No
        7.14%
    3. I don't know
        8.04%
  2. What is the maximum you would pay for a 1 GB LXC vm?112 votes
    1. $5 / year
      58.93%
    2. $10 / year
      30.36%
    3. $20 / year
        8.93%
    4. more than $20 / year
        1.79%

Comments

  • greenteagreentea Member
    edited March 23

    Options:
    No
    I don't know.

    I like this poll. Straight to the point.

  • BasToTheMaxBasToTheMax Member, Host Rep

    @greentea said:

    Options:
    No
    I don't know.

    I like this poll. Straight to the point.

    Oops. I fixed the poll now.

  • MGarbisMGarbis Member

    I believe people who needs a cheap vps are ready to use NAT vps. Even when they can use ipv6.

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  • SirNeoSirNeo Member

    10-15$/year maximum. A fair price will be 1$/month

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  • 2pm2pm Member

    @BasToTheMax said: Is there still market for NAT vpsses?

    No. Ipv6 only vps is ok if it's cheaper. I don't need ipv4.

  • defaultdefault Member

    Virtual machines with network address translation are a success nowadays, as more people need VPNs in these troubled times.

    It would be wonderful if these VMs were to be offered with some features like DMCA ignoring, unlimited bandwidth, and so on.

  • DataRecoveryDataRecovery Member
    edited March 23

    @BasToTheMax said:
    Is there still market for NAT vpsses?

    Yes, but if it's actually a NAT VPS, not IPv6 only.

    @2pm said:
    No. Ipv6 only vps is ok if it's cheaper. I don't need ipv4.

    Completely disagree.
    IPv4 is a must, even if it's shared with a few dozens of ports only.

    IPv6 connectivity isn't available worldwide, and I'm unsure whether everything will always work properly e.g. if some IPv4 only resource is being accessed via IPv6 only VPN.

    1 GB LXC vm?

    1 GB isn't always necessary. Smaller VPSes are perfectly OK as well - real low-end offers are scarce these days.

    @Cam and his services is a good confirmation of the ideas above.

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  • emgemg Member

    No interest from me. I buy VPSs with a public IP address.

  • bruh21bruh21 Member, Host Rep

    People wouldn’t buy them if there was no market for them.

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  • noisycodenoisycode Member
    edited March 24

    NAT VMs are about having fun with strictly limited resources, so I wouldn't call for a tiny box with more than 256MB RAM. 128MB is preferred, in fact.

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  • HxxxHxxx Member

    For $5/yr you are better off working at McDonald's (as a provider). Absolutely no market for this shit. If you can't afford at least 5 dollars a month VPS instance, stay with shared hosting.

  • MaouniqueMaounique Member
    edited March 24

    I am always in the market for IPv6 only ones. If they have NAT IPv4, that is a bonus.
    They must be cheap, though. 10 a year at max if they are more than 512 MB and have 2 tb or more traffic.

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  • I'm interested in NAT VPSes that have reasonable resources but happen to have a shared IPv4 to save on cost. I've given up using <=256MB VPSes because they have a tendency to randomly die during system updates from OOM.

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  • BasToTheMaxBasToTheMax Member, Host Rep

    @MallocVoidstar said:
    I'm interested in NAT VPSes that have reasonable resources but happen to have a shared IPv4 to save on cost. I've given up using <=256MB VPSes because they have a tendency to randomly die during system updates from OOM.

    KVM or LXC?

  • i was searching for the nat vm bundles unfortunately its out of stock everywhere

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  • NeoonNeoon Member, Community Contributor

    Depends, on Location, Specs, Virtualization.

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