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GINERNET - KVM + 1 core + 1GB RAM + 10GB NVMe - 10Gbps - Spain Madrid Interxion
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GINERNET - KVM + 1 core + 1GB RAM + 10GB NVMe - 10Gbps - Spain Madrid Interxion

jmginerjmginer Member, Host Rep
edited April 2021 in Offers

Dear LowEndTalk users,

from GINERNET we present you a very limited offer, only 100 VPS available:

LC-1G-3E
CPU: 1 vCore @ 2.40 GHz (E5-2640 v3)
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Disk: 10 GB NVMe
Switchport: 10 Gbps
Transfer: 1 TB/month

DataCenter: Interxion @ Madrid (Spain)
Virtualization: KVM
Control panel: GridCP

Network: BGP AS59432
Looking Glass: http://lg.ginernet.com/

Backup: Daily offsite automated and on demand

Price: 30 €/year

ORDER NOW THIS SERVER

IPv4 Genuine: All servers are delivered with an IPv4 address which we call genuine. This IP is associated with the server and cannot be changed or moved to another server. If you cancel or don't renew the server, the IP is lost.

IPv4 Fail Over: We offer Fail Over or floating IP addresses, which you can move from one server to another. These IPs you will still have them as you renew them. They have a cost of 2 €/month, you can order them here

IPv4 AntiDDoS: If you are under attack, you must acquire an IP that is permanently routed by Voxility. These IPs execute mitigation in real time, are also fail-over and cost 3 €/month, you can order them here

IPv6: All customers can obtain a /48 subnet at no cost (must apply by ticket). That subnet can be split into smaller /64 subnets that are routed to the servers and are fail-over. You can also purchase additional /48 subnets for 12 €/year.

I remain at your disposal to answer your questions in this thread or you can contact the support service to clear any questions you have.

Best regards!!

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Comments

  • mcgreemcgree Member
    edited April 2021

    It doesn't look like the price is low end at all.

    Reducing bw configurations to sell for less than 10 euros may be more popular.

    Thanked by 2jmginer maverickp
  • edited April 2021

    Their VPS is worth it, thats a good deal

    Thanked by 1jmginer
  • NyrNyr Member, Community Contributor

    @mcgree said:
    It doesn't look like the price is low end at all.

    Reducing bw configurations to sell for less than 10 euros may be more popular.

    This offer is the cheapest you can get in Spain for a network like this, directly connected to Spain's biggest eyeball ISP and from a provider known to be reliable over the years.

  • angstromangstrom Moderator

    @mcgree said:
    It doesn't look like the price is low end at all.

    Reducing bw configurations to sell for less than 10 euros may be more popular.

    From the rules:

    If you see an offer that is not right for you for some reason just move on, not everything will fit your individual needs and it may be a great offer for someone else, it is not your place to trash hosts offers.

    As @Nyr said, this is Madrid, which isn't a cheap location.

  • jmginerjmginer Member, Host Rep

    @mcgree

    Hello, we are aware that our solution is not the cheapest on the market, but we are not looking for price to be the differentiating factor in our offer. We try to focus our efforts on offering a quality product. I hope you find these features interesting. Thank you for your comments.

  • can buy at hosthatch for $15 per year last year

  • @mcgree said:
    can buy at hosthatch for $15 per year last year

    Dont compare

  • @snt said:

    @mcgree said:
    can buy at hosthatch for $15 per year last year

    Dont compare

    At the low end talk I focus on the low end, I really am not the target customer.

    Thanked by 1pbx
  • DPDP Administrator, The Domain Guy

    @mcgree said: At the low end talk I focus on the low end

    Yeah you do that but there's no need to mention another provider and their prices in some other provider's offer/sales thread - it's rude/disrespectful.

    My 2 cents.

  • Used a Ginernet VPS back in the low-end Alicante days.

    Was a very smooth experience and while the current offer is not quite as affordable as they were back then, I still think it's a decent deal for a slightly "exotic" location with a very reputable company.

    Thanked by 1jmginer
  • Ginernet is a good supplier with a service quality, I can recommend they. ;)

    Thanked by 1jmginer
  • JonKFJonKF Member
    edited April 2021

    I've used Ginernet before, and I had a positive experience. I have recently cancelled it: the main reason I don't need a VPS in Spain any more but the other reason was I couldn't easily re-install to a modern distro version and upgrading over ssh failed for me so I was stuck on an older version of Ubuntu or Debian. I hope a new deal means newer distros installed by default?

    Thanked by 1jmginer
  • mcgree said:

    At the low end talk I focus on the low end, I really am not the target customer.

    With low end moral? No need to be a dick on provider offers unless it's a scam.

    Thanked by 1jmginer
  • yoursunnyyoursunny Member, IPv6 Advocate

    @jmginer said:

    IPv6: All customers can obtain a /48 subnet at no cost (must apply by ticket). That subnet can be split into smaller /64 subnets that are routed to the servers and are fail-over. You can also purchase additional /48 subnets for 12 €/year.

    Routed IPv6 Hall of Fame

    • TunnelBroker
    • BuyVM
    • GINERNET

    Include routed IPv6, at least /64 subnet, to get listed.

  • jmginerjmginer Member, Host Rep

    @JonKF said:
    I've used Ginernet before, and I had a positive experience. I have recently cancelled it: the main reason I don't need a VPS in Spain any more but the other reason was I couldn't easily re-install to a modern distro version and upgrading over ssh failed for me so I was stuck on an older version of Ubuntu or Debian. I hope a new deal means newer distros installed by default?

    Hello, yes, the VPS are installed with GridCP (We no longer use SolusVM). With GridCP the virtualization is KVM and you can install any operating system, either with one of our templates or your own ISO.

  • Along with any OS, is it possible to run docker there? TIA

  • jmginerjmginer Member, Host Rep

    @belencitaesteban said:
    Along with any OS, is it possible to run docker there? TIA

    Yes, you can install Docker or anything (it's KVM).

  • Hello, the website and VPS all are down anything about this please ?!

  • bgp session available?

  • @WoWPHP said: Hello, the website and VPS all are down anything about this please ?!

  • Am I the only one that reads it as "Vaginer Net"?

  • I need to know, is this 'giner fragrant?

  • @dahartigan said:
    I need to know, is this 'giner fragrant?

    yes

  • BKKHKBKKHK Member
    edited November 2021

    @jmginer

    http://telxius.lg.ginernet.com/#tests

    traceroute to 85.241.87.1 (85.241.87.1), 30 hops max, 60 byte packets
    1 ns1002.giner.network (188.213.4.32) 0.025 ms 0.009 ms 0.007 ms
    2 et-1-0-1-0-0-grtmadix1.net.telefonicaglobalsolutions.com (213.140.50.113) 0.718 ms 0.703 ms 0.678 ms
    3 176.52.248.237 (176.52.248.237) 33.427 ms 176.52.248.250 (176.52.248.250) 23.082 ms 23.067 ms
    4 100ge0-36.core2.par3.he.net (184.105.81.166) 24.750 ms 24.988 ms 25.270 ms
    5 100ge10-2.core1.par2.he.net (184.105.81.165) 24.241 ms 176.52.248.96 (176.52.248.96) 33.284 ms 100ge10-2.core1.par2.he.net (184.105.81.165) 24.259 ms
    6 100ge0-36.core2.par3.he.net (184.105.81.166) 22.812 ms ipv4.decix-madrid.core1.mad1.he.net (185.1.192.47) 24.277 ms 24.246 ms
    7 100ge10-2.core1.par2.he.net (184.105.81.165) 40.006 ms 22.348 ms port-channel6.core2.lis1.he.net (184.104.193.150) 33.714 ms
    8 ipv4.decix-madrid.core1.mad1.he.net (185.1.192.47) 22.469 ms meo-serv-comunicacpera-mult-sa.100gigabitethernet5-1.core1.lis1.he.net (184.104.204.234) 33.784 ms 33.826 ms
    9 lis2-cr1-be1.cprm.net (195.8.1.62) 53.518 ms 34.501 ms 53.586 ms
    10 * * *
    11 lis2-cr1-be1.cprm.net (195.8.1.62) 31.231 ms * *
    12 * * *
    13 * * *
    -- Traceroute timed out --

    Madrid -> Paris -> Madrid -> Lisbon.

    ~eeeeek!

  • jmginerjmginer Member, Host Rep

    @BKKHK said:

    Madrid -> Paris -> Madrid -> Lisbon.

    ~eeeeek!

    Fixed!

  • BKKHKBKKHK Member
    edited November 2021

    @jmginer

    Not so fixed.

    traceroute to 85.241.87.1 (85.241.87.1), 30 hops max, 60 byte packets
    1 ns1002.giner.network (188.213.4.32) 0.027 ms 0.009 ms 0.007 ms
    2 et-1-0-1-0-0-grtmadix1.net.telefonicaglobalsolutions.com (213.140.50.113) 16.835 ms 16.810 ms 16.797 ms
    3 176.52.248.237 (176.52.248.237) 25.242 ms 25.244 ms 25.222 ms
    4 100ge0-36.core2.par3.he.net (184.105.81.166) 24.993 ms 25.294 ms 176.52.248.239 (176.52.248.239) 23.705 ms
    5 100ge10-2.core1.par2.he.net (184.105.81.165) 24.293 ms 176.52.248.96 (176.52.248.96) 28.327 ms 100ge10-2.core1.par2.he.net (184.105.81.165) 24.255 ms
    6 ipv4.decix-madrid.core1.mad1.he.net (185.1.192.47) 24.715 ms 100ge0-36.core2.par3.he.net (184.105.81.166) 23.165 ms ipv4.decix-madrid.core1.mad1.he.net (185.1.192.47) 26.582 ms
    7 port-channel6.core2.lis1.he.net (184.104.193.150) 33.662 ms 32.338 ms 32.449 ms
    8 ipv4.decix-madrid.core1.mad1.he.net (185.1.192.47) 22.629 ms 22.694 ms meo-serv-comunicacpera-mult-sa.100gigabitethernet5-1.core1.lis1.he.net (184.104.204.234) 32.192 ms
    9 lis2-cr1-be1.cprm.net (195.8.1.62) 34.429 ms port-channel6.core2.lis1.he.net (184.104.193.150) 31.928 ms lis2-cr1-be1.cprm.net (195.8.1.62) 33.069 ms
    10 * meo-serv-comunicacpera-mult-sa.100gigabitethernet5-1.core1.lis1.he.net (184.104.204.234) 30.570 ms *
    11 lis2-cr1-be1.cprm.net (195.8.1.62) 32.982 ms bl8-87-1.dsl.telepac.pt (85.241.87.1) 34.868 ms 33.213 ms

    Madrid -> Paris -> Madrid -> Lisbon.

    ~eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeek!

  • jmginerjmginer Member, Host Rep
    edited November 2021

    @BKKHK said:
    @jmginer

    Not so fixed.

    http://lg.ginernet.com/

    it's ok from our looking glass.

    Please, contact our support by ticket and we will check your case.

    HOST: lg.ginernet.com                    Loss%   Snt   Last   Avg  Best  Wrst StDev
      1. ns1019.giner.network                0.0%     3    0.1   0.1   0.0   0.1   0.0
      2. ipv4.de-cix.mad.es.as8657.cprm.net  0.0%     3    1.1   1.0   0.9   1.1   0.1
      3. lis2-cr1-hu5-0-4.cprm.net           0.0%     3    9.9   9.9   9.8   9.9   0.0
      4. telepac14-hsi.cprm.net              0.0%     3    9.4   9.4   9.4   9.5   0.0
      5. bl8-87-1.dsl.telepac.pt             0.0%     3   11.2  10.3   9.7  11.2   0.8
    
  • @jmginer said:

    @BKKHK said:
    @jmginer

    Not so fixed.

    http://lg.ginernet.com/

    it's ok from our looking glass.

    Please, contact our support by ticket and we will check your case.

    The dude is using your Telxius uplink looking glass. 🤷‍♂️

  • jmginerjmginer Member, Host Rep
    edited November 2021

    @debaser
    In that case it is normal, because Telxius has no peering with HE in Spain...

    But it is not the default route that we deliver to the VPS of our customers.

    With HE we exchange in Madrid, there is no need to use Telxius.

    We must always deliver the shortest route and in this case it is not Telxius.

  • @jmginer said:
    But it is not the default route that we deliver to the VPS of our customers.

    I was aware of that, but @BKKHK cleary isn't. In his first post he kind of makes clear that he isn't using a looking glass with full routes.

    Thanked by 1jmginer
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