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  • so isgenoeg deal is only one fix ip?

    how many brand for ovh

    kimsufi isgenoeg

    anyothers?

  • AmitzAmitz Member
    edited July 2012

    Kimsufi is not a brand for OVH. It is a brand by OHV. They are not the same.
    OVH is for cheap budget servers while Kimsufi/Isgenug is for ultra-cheap budget servers.
    There is kimsufi with several TLD as well as isgenoeg.nl and isgenug.de that I am aware of.

    And yes: 1 IP per server, but you may order further ones.

  • Like any deal, you can always add more IPs, and its technically isgenoeg.

  • rm_rm_ Member, IPv6 Advocate
    edited July 2012

    Isgenoeg, Isgenug, kimsufi - what do these words mean? I guess the same thing just in different languages, but what? I have no idea, so for Kimsufi e.g. I imagine a bearded guy inexplicably named Kim, whose religion is https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sufism

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  • happelhappel Member

    Is genoeg is Dutch for is enough

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  • MaouniqueMaounique Member
    edited July 2012

    @rm_ said: Isgenoeg, Isgenug, kimsufi - what do these words mean? I guess the same thing just in different languages, but what? I have no idea, so for Kimsufi e.g. I imagine a bearded guy inexplicably named Kim, whose religion is https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sufism

    Ye, ye, looking for clues also :)
    M

    EDIT:

    @happel said: Is genoeg is Dutch for is enough

    Aha, alors sufi veut dire suffissant... But what about kim ? Qu'il m'est suffissant ?

  • AmitzAmitz Member

    "ist genug" is german for "is enough". isgenug is colloquial or onomatopoeic for the same.

  • @ztec said: 28 euro

    why not 26.99 euro,and it must be paid for 3 months at least,so that should be 68.04 € wihout VAT

  • @ynzheng said: it must be paid for 3 months at least

    You know you can change your billing date to monthly you know that right?

    Thanked by 1rm_
  • AmitzAmitz Member

    Right! It can get paid monthly as well... :-)

  • ztecztec Member

    Kimsufi, Ok I'm sufficient? makes no sense, I know.

  • @HalfEatenPie said: You know you can change your billing date to monthly you know that right?

    So sad ,I cannot order that cos I am living in China...

  • HalfEatenPieHalfEatenPie Member
    edited July 2012

    @ynzheng said: So sad ,I cannot order that cos I am living in China...

    You can order that anywhere.

    Let me get you the link

    Edit: https://www.ovh.ie/order/kimsufi.cgi?hard=922sk1

  • rm_rm_ Member, IPv6 Advocate
    edited July 2012

    @HalfEatenPie
    Ovh.ie has only 3 countries, see for yourself https://www.ovh.ie/cgi-bin/nic/newNic.cgi
    ynzheng should use ovh.com instead (yes in french), afaik it lists every country in the world.

  • HalfEatenPieHalfEatenPie Member
    edited July 2012

    @rm_: Oh crud sorry yeah. I used my US address and whatnot so I went through. Thanks for correcting me dude!

    https://www.ovh.com/order/kimsufi.cgi?hard=922sk1

  • @Ree said: ordered, paid (23 euro)

    no 19.6 % VAT there?

  • @HalfEatenPie said: paid the 23 euros

    4.51 € more VAT feee in my order, even I am in asia

  • Its with my US address and ID.

  • earlearl Member

    @HalfEatenPie

    How many IP's do get with the kimsufi?

  • @earl said: How many IP's do get with the kimsufi?

    1 IP, 32 IP maximum

    Its on Kimsufi's main website :P

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  • earlearl Member

    yeah I saw the website, but I read somewhere that they give you 4 IP's.. so I wanted to make sure..

  • Yeah I believe 4 but you can only use 1 (3 are for fallback or something)

  • SteveSteve Member

    You only get 1 I.P, not 4.

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  • ReeRee Member

    @vistaxie No VAT in Canada.

    @earl You get 1 and can order 3 fallback IPs (which you can use as a regular IP -- I believe they call it a fallback IP because you can switch it between servers (if you have multiple servers) very quickly). They're an additional 1 euro per month each.

    As HalfEatenPie said you can get more than that, but I think there are extra costs if you need more than just the fallback IPs.

    Thanked by 1earl
  • This is an old post. :/

  • SpiritSpirit Member
    edited August 2012

    @HalfEatenPie said: I paid the 23 euros but I never got the server

    &&

    @HalfEatenPie said: This is an old post. :/

    But you haven't updated it. Did you got paid server then? They refunded you? Or? :)

  • @Spirit said: But you haven't updated it. Did you got paid server then? They refunded you? Or? :)

    Oh they gave me the server. Its sitting nicely in my e-mail inbox :)

  • ReeRee Member

    Yes, I saw it was almost two weeks old. I also saw misinformation being given to earl, so figured the bump was worth it to correct that.

  • earlearl Member

    So the 3 fall back ip's are available for an extra 1 euro each? Not free?
    With the free dedi from ovh they gave me a fallback ip for free you just have to request it in the manager..

  • @earl said: So the 3 fall back ip's are available for an extra 1 euro each? Not free?

    With the free dedi from ovh they gave me a fallback ip for free you just have to request it in the manager..

    I might actually do that.

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