CYBER MONDAY OFFER / KVM Virtual Servers in Dallas (TX), Latvia and Russia / from $6 per mo
KVM Virtual Servers in Dallas, Texas:
CPU: 4 cores
RAM: 2GB RAM
DIsk space: 20GB
DDoS protection included
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KVM Virtual Servers in Latvia:
CPU: 1 core
RAM: 512MB RAM
DIsk space: 25GB
Bandwidth: 1TB on 1Gbps
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Vladivostok VPS on offer:
vCPU: 1x Intel Xeon E3-1230v5
RAM: 512MB DDR4
HDD storage: 10GB RAID 10 Protected
Bandwidth: 600GB on 100Mbps
(please submit ticket to claim extra bandwidth)
Location: Vladivostok, Russia
Virtualisation: KVM / SolusVM
PRICE: $7/month recurring with promo code: LOWENDTALK
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Vladivostok test IP - IPv4: 22.214.171.124
Latvia IPv4: 126.96.36.199 + IPv6
Dallas IPv4: 188.8.131.52
Dallas IPv6: 2604:6600:2000:1c::1
If you are in China, don't purchase Vladivostok VPS, for route back to China will go through U.K.
That's not right. Where did you get that idea from? Connectivity to Unicom has always been stable. There may of been a few issues with Telecom peering.
Also Rostelecom doesn't peer with Unicom or Telecom via the UK. If the Khabarovsk cable is down, it will be routed through Germany.
In Russia, yes, because that is in the Far Eastern federal district. If you could tell me where you could find VMs in Vladivostok or Khabarovsk at lower pricing, I would be very interested I think you will find no other offers in the Far-East. Bandwidth costs very similar to Korea.
It is a very rare location. However, latency will be very high to Northern Europe(+130ms).
The benefit of the Far East is traffic going through the territory of Russia or East Asia (China, Hong Kong or Japan).
For Latvia, we have limited capacity left. Our main offer is virtual servers in USA.
We do have competitive offer in Finland (not taking into account Creanova as we actually have local peering with DNA Oy and FNE).
I waiting for the answer? @Arttu_Rantanen
A train from Vladivostok late for 18 hours..
Location: Helsinki, Finland. CPU 1 Core - Xeon E5-2670, 30 GB SAS disk space, 2 GB dedicated RAM, 1 IPv4 + 1 IPv6, 10 GB backup space, unlimited bandwidth, KVM, Price: €3,8/monthly
Latvia: ITLDC.com and YourServer.SE
ITLDC.com sample plan: Location: Riga, Lavia. CPU 1 Core - Intel Xeon, 512 MB dedicated RAM, 15 GB SSD, 1 IPv4 + 1 IPv6, unlimited bandwidth, KVM, Price: €3,5
YourServer.SE sample plan: Location: Riga, Latvia. CPU 1 Core - Intel Xeon, 512 MB dedicated RAM, 10 GB SSD, 1 IPv4 + 1 IPv6, 200 Mbps unlimited bandwidth, OpenVZ high speed virtualization, free DNS hosting, price: €4
Russia: Melbicom.net (Moscow), FirstByte.Ru (Moscow), vStoike.ru (St. Petersburg), TakeWYN.com (Moscow and St. Petersburg), en.iHor.RU (Moscow), hosting.Reg.com (Vladivostok location available.)
hosting.Reg.com Vladivostok location sample plan: OpenVZ, 30 GB SSD+HDD, dedicated CPU 1 Core - Intel Xeon (2 Ghz), 512 MB dedicated RAM, 1 IPv4, unlimited bandwidth, price: $4,1
XHostFire is very expensive. @deployvm, @PieNotEvenEaten
XHostFire is very expensive.
You didn't know it before？
@qq7119 I know.
@qq7119 Why did you edit your comment?
How long have you been using them? From what I've heard, at least half of them are shit. Did you buy 1 kg of shit?
Moscow or St Petersburg prices can never be compared to the Far East. Telecoms such as RT and TTK operate on macroregional branches and each branch has peculiarities.
hosting.Reg.com doesn't actually have Vladivostok location, it is keyword SEO only. Pricing for connectivity (corporate) is also not standarised in the Far East and thus differs from each sales manager.
It is NOT Vladivostok location.
Reg.com doesn't have any public servers in the Far-East. You have been misinformed by the marketing!
Single-homed to ReTN so thus it is not comparable to us in terms of bandwidth pricing.
For better comparison, so you need a provider with DNA Oy, FNE, Elisa or direct Sonera transit. ReTN currently has cheapest pricing in the region but lacks local peering. Peering only with ReTN which means you lose a lot of local clients, because it may be routed to Sweden or another PoP in Europe.
Yeah, there are better deals than us, not a problem
You will looking for VMs with at CT/CU connectivity at $3-4/mo. Bare minimum is $7/mo.
There is no discount for VPS in Cyber Monday Deal?
We already have active discounts for virtual servers in other locations. These are bare minimum pricing (i.e. Korea and Russia). We'll let you know personally if there are better deals.
Main deal is in USA.
For example from DNA Oy (one of the largest ISP in Finland), it has to be routed from Finland (Helsinki) --> Sweden --> Finland (Helsinki). That is why bandwidth is way cheaper at ReTN. +7ms.
Even worse, when going from Telia Sweden to Creanova. Telia represents a major market in the Nordics and without a direct Finland <-> Sweden peering at Creanova is very disappointing.
Sweden --> Netherlands --> Finland
You can clearly see the difference and accounts for the pricing!
So I guess there is the compromise. A quality network with local peering/transits, or much higher latency and perhaps lower network performance for sensitive applications.