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VPS with DDOS protection
I'm looking for a VPS with a good DDOS protection. 512 MB RAM and 1-core CPU with CentOS is enough.
I've already tried OVH and Voxility but they don't protect all the attacks. So if you have a cheap option please share with me. Thanks.
If Voxility can't protect you, I doubt you can get a cheap alternative which will.
Voxility has packet loss problem while permanent mitigation is active.
What are you trying to protect btw? UDP? TCP?
http://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/62360/mrrapidhost-24-7-support-ddos-protection-raid-10-45-off-11-99-year-30-mo-dedi we have a 512mb plan
I would suggest OVH's VPS Game with their game ddos protection: https://www.ovh.com/fr/commande/vps-game.xml
It's better than their normal protection and can't be dropped that easily.
Check BuyVM.net, they're using Voxility. Got a VPS there that has been running smoothly.
BuyVM with Voxility won't be better.
Well I've been using BuyVM for a while and never had issues with DDoS, I mean, I did get attacked but the VPS remained stable.
Do you need any UDP ports?
Considering we block anything that leaks through Voxility I'd say, yes, it would be better :P The extra filters aren't in place by default since they can cause some minor slow downs in connection speed, but it's very much there and working wonders for countless of our Luxembourg and New Jersey users.
The packetloss may be just a peering issue with Voxility, worth asking your host to contact them, they're always very helpful for such things.
Oh please, there was constant packet loss, for more than a week.
I recommended someone to you and the person faced problems to no end.
This person raised several support tickets and there was no solution presented.
Same person is now hosting the same service on a OVH game ddos protection plan and faces no issues whatsoever.
A peering issue? In this case the host is called "Germany" and all major ISPs in Germany had packet loss to your Voxility IPs.
+1, had also problems from dtag, inexio and kabel deutschland
Blame DTAG and KB/UPC/LGI - They do not peer with anyone and don't buy Level3 transit (Voxility main supplier). I see zero issues to Voxility from MNET and other smaller ISPs that peer on DECIX.
It's quite possible it was related to an MTU issue we had with them. A couple weeks ago I confirmed a ~5% packet loss and had made adjustments that addressed that.
Not sure if OP had/has service with us/another Voxility provider to see if that helped though.
I'd be up for testing either way!
As far as I know, my ISP peers with DECIX: https://beta.peeringdb.com/net/99
Yes, you also did not note NC in the former post.
Yes I need one.
I prefer Europe location. In America, ping is too high.
Can I get a test IP for Luxembourg ?
Edit:I can ping the non-protected IP address but I can't ping the ddos protected one.
How can I see all the packages for Game Servers in English language ?
It's in always filtering mode then
I'll PM you a filtered IP that's in 'sensing mode'.
Thanks for the interest,
@Francisco payment refunded because incomplete address information in client area.
Fixed proper contact information
Get asked by a (your/BuyVM) company to provide government issued ID