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From $14.95/yr - 10Gbps - SSD - Frankfurt / New Jersey / Los Angeles / Miami - Many payment methods!

EthernetServersEthernetServers Member, Patron Provider
edited June 7 in Offers

Hello,

### SPECIAL OFFER: Reply to this topic with your order number and we'll add an extra month of service for no added cost, OR double bandwidth (your choice)! ###

Ethernet Servers has been in business since September 2013.

Our VPS plans are OpenVZ 7 powered and available in Frankfurt (194.62.251.1), New Jersey (89.117.94.1), Los Angeles (89.117.226.1) and Miami (89.117.0.1) and live in the Equinix (Frankfurt, New Jersey, Los Angeles) and Digital Realty (Miami) facilities.

Accepted payment methods include: PayPal, Alipay, Skrill, Perfect Money, Credit/Debit Card, and many cryptocurrencies. A full list of all available options can be found here!

$14.95/yr - ORDER NOW

  • 40 GB Pure-SSD Storage Space (RAID-10)
  • 1 GB DDR4 Dedicated RAM
  • Unmetered Inbound Bandwidth
  • 2,000 GB Outbound Bandwidth (per month)
  • 10 Gbps Uplink
  • 1 Dedicated IPv4 Address
  • 1 CPU Core (Intel Xeon)
  • 5 Gbps DDoS Protection
  • TUN/TAP, PPP, Docker, FUSE, GRE & IPSec Available

$19.95/yr - ORDER NOW

  • 80 GB Pure-SSD Storage Space (RAID-10)
  • 2 GB DDR4 Dedicated RAM
  • Unmetered Inbound Bandwidth
  • 3,000 GB Outbound Bandwidth (per month)
  • 10 Gbps Uplink
  • 1 Dedicated IPv4 Address
  • 1 CPU Core (Intel Xeon)
  • 5 Gbps DDoS Protection
  • TUN/TAP, PPP, Docker, FUSE, GRE & IPSec Available

$24.95/yr - ORDER NOW

  • 100 GB Pure-SSD Storage Space (RAID-10)
  • 3 GB DDR4 Dedicated RAM
  • Unmetered Inbound Bandwidth
  • 4,000 GB Outbound Bandwidth (per month)
  • 10 Gbps Uplink
  • 1 Dedicated IPv4 Address
  • 1 CPU Core (Intel Xeon)
  • 5 Gbps DDoS Protection
  • TUN/TAP, PPP, Docker, FUSE, GRE & IPSec Available

We also offer FREE installation of the following, upon request in a support ticket:

OpenVPN (VPN server)
WireGuard (VPN server)
Virtualmin (website control panel)
Webmin (website control panel)
CyberPanel (website control panel)
cPanel - you will need to supply the license (website control panel)
DirectAdmin - you will need to supply the license or buy one from us (website control panel)
Webuzo - you will need to supply the license or buy one from us (website control panel)

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Thank you

Comments

  • suushii02suushii02 Member

    hi order no Invoice #119818 . kindly double the bandwidth on all vps

  • only openvz7 ? i wanna kvm, so sad

    Thanked by 2zGato lzwzq68
  • EthernetServersEthernetServers Member, Patron Provider

    @suushii02 said:
    hi order no Invoice #119818 . kindly double the bandwidth on all vps

    All done :) thanks for your order

  • slennnoxslennnox Member

    Ipv6 no ?

  • hello Invoice #120461, plz double the bandwidth

  • hyunhyun Member

    hello Invoice #120565, plz double the bandwidth

  • SkillterSkillter Member

    @MrHokusai1337 said:
    only openvz7 ? i wanna kvm, so sad

    Can I ask what's the actual real world difference. Should I go with KVM instead?

  • ChromeMaxChromeMax Member

    Please double bandwidth on 6636242289. Thank you.

  • EthernetServersEthernetServers Member, Patron Provider

    @slennnox said:
    Ipv6 no ?

    With regret, we have been forced to disable allocations of IPv6 space.

    This is due to an OpenVZ kernel bug that manifested itself in the Decemember 2022 OpenVZ kernel update.

    The OpenVZ developers have fixed the issue ( https://bugs.openvz.org/browse/OVZ-7410 ) but it has not yet been published to a production-ready kernel.

    As soon as that changes, we will begin testing the kernel and looking to re-enable allocations of IPv6 space.

    Our apologies for the troubles caused.

  • EthernetServersEthernetServers Member, Patron Provider

    @MoonMusicStone said:
    hello Invoice #120461, plz double the bandwidth

    All done! Thanks for your order :)

  • EthernetServersEthernetServers Member, Patron Provider

    @hyun said:
    hello Invoice #120565, plz double the bandwidth

    Hi there - this is now complete! :)

  • EthernetServersEthernetServers Member, Patron Provider
    edited June 9

    @Skillter said:

    @MrHokusai1337 said:
    only openvz7 ? i wanna kvm, so sad

    Can I ask what's the actual real world difference. Should I go with KVM instead?

    I'll speak from my experience and say that the main reason I see people have issues with OpenVZ is because they need kernel modules that aren't available. A good example, probably the most common one, would be TCP BBR.

    Another common one I see is WireGuard, however this one can be worked around using BoringTun instead. This works perfectly on our OpenVZ platform, and falls back to use BoringTun.

    Fortunately, both of those modules will become natively available to our platform within the coming few months, when we upgrade from OpenVZ 7 to OpenVZ 9.

  • EthernetServersEthernetServers Member, Patron Provider

    @ChromeMax said:
    Please double bandwidth on 6636242289. Thank you.

    This is now all set! Thank you for your order :)

    Thanked by 1ChromeMax
  • @EthernetServers said:

    @Skillter said:

    @MrHokusai1337 said:
    only openvz7 ? i wanna kvm, so sad

    Can I ask what's the actual real world difference. Should I go with KVM instead?

    I'll speak from my experience and say that the main reason I see people have issues with OpenVZ is because they need kernel modules that aren't available. A good example, probably the most common one, would be TCP BBR.

    Another common one I see is WireGuard, however this one can be worked around using BoringTun instead. This works perfectly on our OpenVZ platform, and falls back to use BoringTun.

    Fortunately, both of those modules will become natively available to our platform within the coming few months, when we upgrade from OpenVZ 7 to OpenVZ 9.

    Could I ask if Tailscale and FRP are possible on OpenVZ at this time? If so, is it through workarounds or natively? I'm finding conflicting and possibly outdated reports online.

    Thanks!

  • EthernetServersEthernetServers Member, Patron Provider
    edited June 10

    @vasharoon said:

    @EthernetServers said:

    @Skillter said:

    @MrHokusai1337 said:
    only openvz7 ? i wanna kvm, so sad

    Can I ask what's the actual real world difference. Should I go with KVM instead?

    I'll speak from my experience and say that the main reason I see people have issues with OpenVZ is because they need kernel modules that aren't available. A good example, probably the most common one, would be TCP BBR.

    Another common one I see is WireGuard, however this one can be worked around using BoringTun instead. This works perfectly on our OpenVZ platform, and falls back to use BoringTun.

    Fortunately, both of those modules will become natively available to our platform within the coming few months, when we upgrade from OpenVZ 7 to OpenVZ 9.

    Could I ask if Tailscale and FRP are possible on OpenVZ at this time? If so, is it through workarounds or natively? I'm finding conflicting and possibly outdated reports online.

    Thanks!

    Hello, thanks for your inquiry :)

    I just span up a Debian 12 VPS on our platform, ran the one-liner specified here and got:

    Installation complete! Log in to start using Tailscale by running:

    tailscale up

    I then ran tailscale up, and got:

    root@test:~# tailscale up

    To authenticate, visit:

    https://login.tailscale.com/a/182839d016834

    I didn't go any further than that, but I'd assume this will work okay based on what I see so far.

    Note: I did have to enable TUN/TAP (customers can do this in our control panel) as per the requirements.

    As for FRP, are you referring to this?

    I should note we do offer a 60 day money back guarantee, so there's no harm done in signing up and giving any applications a go, and if they don't work, we'll be happy to refund you.

  • vasharoonvasharoon Member
    edited June 10

    @EthernetServers said:

    @vasharoon said:

    @EthernetServers said:

    @Skillter said:

    @MrHokusai1337 said:
    only openvz7 ? i wanna kvm, so sad

    Can I ask what's the actual real world difference. Should I go with KVM instead?

    I'll speak from my experience and say that the main reason I see people have issues with OpenVZ is because they need kernel modules that aren't available. A good example, probably the most common one, would be TCP BBR.

    Another common one I see is WireGuard, however this one can be worked around using BoringTun instead. This works perfectly on our OpenVZ platform, and falls back to use BoringTun.

    Fortunately, both of those modules will become natively available to our platform within the coming few months, when we upgrade from OpenVZ 7 to OpenVZ 9.

    Could I ask if Tailscale and FRP are possible on OpenVZ at this time? If so, is it through workarounds or natively? I'm finding conflicting and possibly outdated reports online.

    Thanks!

    Hello, thanks for your inquiry :)

    I just span up a Debian 12 VPS on our platform, ran the one-liner specified here and got:

    Installation complete! Log in to start using Tailscale by running:

    tailscale up

    I then ran tailscale up, and got:

    root@test:~# tailscale up

    To authenticate, visit:

    https://login.tailscale.com/a/182839d016834

    I didn't go any further than that, but I'd assume this will work okay based on what I see so far.

    Note: I did have to enable TUN/TAP (customers can do this in our control panel) as per the requirements.

    As for FRP, are you referring to this?

    I should note we do offer a 60 day money back guarantee, so there's no harm done in signing up and giving any applications a go, and if they don't work, we'll be happy to refund you.

    Thank you very much for testing the Tailscale deployment, that went above my expectations when asking.

    And yes, you're right, I should just conduct my own testing.

    Invoice #120672 - for double bandwidth please.

  • lzwzq68lzwzq68 Member

    If it's based on KVM, it's difficult to reject your offers.
    It seems that Centos7 and Openvz7 based on it are about to reach their EOL next month, while the Openvz9 has not even heard any news, and is very curious about how you can maintain your Openvz business.

  • EthernetServersEthernetServers Member, Patron Provider

    @vasharoon said:

    @EthernetServers said:

    @vasharoon said:

    @EthernetServers said:

    @Skillter said:

    @MrHokusai1337 said:
    only openvz7 ? i wanna kvm, so sad

    Can I ask what's the actual real world difference. Should I go with KVM instead?

    I'll speak from my experience and say that the main reason I see people have issues with OpenVZ is because they need kernel modules that aren't available. A good example, probably the most common one, would be TCP BBR.

    Another common one I see is WireGuard, however this one can be worked around using BoringTun instead. This works perfectly on our OpenVZ platform, and falls back to use BoringTun.

    Fortunately, both of those modules will become natively available to our platform within the coming few months, when we upgrade from OpenVZ 7 to OpenVZ 9.

    Could I ask if Tailscale and FRP are possible on OpenVZ at this time? If so, is it through workarounds or natively? I'm finding conflicting and possibly outdated reports online.

    Thanks!

    Hello, thanks for your inquiry :)

    I just span up a Debian 12 VPS on our platform, ran the one-liner specified here and got:

    Installation complete! Log in to start using Tailscale by running:

    tailscale up

    I then ran tailscale up, and got:

    root@test:~# tailscale up

    To authenticate, visit:

    https://login.tailscale.com/a/182839d016834

    I didn't go any further than that, but I'd assume this will work okay based on what I see so far.

    Note: I did have to enable TUN/TAP (customers can do this in our control panel) as per the requirements.

    As for FRP, are you referring to this?

    I should note we do offer a 60 day money back guarantee, so there's no harm done in signing up and giving any applications a go, and if they don't work, we'll be happy to refund you.

    Thank you very much for testing the Tailscale deployment, that went above my expectations when asking.

    And yes, you're right, I should just conduct my own testing.

    Invoice #120672 - for double bandwidth please.

    You're welcome, always happy to help :)

    Your bandwidth has now been doubled!

  • EthernetServersEthernetServers Member, Patron Provider
    edited June 10

    @lzwzq68 said:
    If it's based on KVM, it's difficult to reject your offers.
    It seems that Centos7 and Openvz7 based on it are about to reach their EOL next month, while the Openvz9 has not even heard any news, and is very curious about how you can maintain your Openvz business.

    Hello,

    OpenVZ 7 is end of life in over a year from now - Jul 2025
    https://docs.virtuozzo.com/virtuozzo_product_lifecycle_policy/index.html

    As for OpenVZ 9, it's set to reach General Availability status in Q2 2024.

    It's actively being worked on, if you look at the development mailing list at https://lists.openvz.org/pipermail/devel/2024-May/thread.html you'll see commits referencing "vz9".

    Thanked by 1lzwzq68
  • Order Number: 6556974147

    Please double the bandwidth

  • EthernetServersEthernetServers Member, Patron Provider

    @themantra said:
    Order Number: 6556974147

    Please double the bandwidth

    Thank you for your order :)

    Your bandwidth has now been doubled!

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