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Netherlands Dedi Providers?

Netherlands Dedi Providers?

SimpleNodeSimpleNode Member
edited September 2012 in General

Hi, does anyone know of a good dedi provider in the Netherlands, that can offer an E3 CPU and 16GB of RAM for around $140 USD? Gigabit port is preferred.

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  • http://www.qirus.eu/ and that is on a gbit connection

  • lele0108lele0108 Member
    edited September 2012

    For the price, I would be looking for a 32Gb server.

    I heard some good things about CastleGem, but it's UK.

    Hosting MC on Gbit pipes are kind of waste, esp. at 16GB.

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  • We do plan to bring our offsite backups server online very soon, and so a gigabit line will be useful

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  • RandyRandy Disabled
    edited September 2012

    FDCServers has NL servers

    leaseweb

  • LeaseWeb doesn't allow enough IPs per server for our use.

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  • @Randy I thought FDCServers just got bought out and is making people switch plans.

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  • Oh? i didnt know that;-)

  • @Corey said: @Randy I thought FDCServers just got bought out and is making people switch plans.

    More information please.

  • @Zen from a customer -

    I've been a customer of FDCServers for almost 2 years and they are forcing everyone off their existing VPS plans to re-signup under a new plan by 9/30. I'm already paid up with them through this month and I liked what I had but don't want their new plans. Was just considering my final decisions for migration. Will subscribe now

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  • @Spencer said: http://www.qirus.eu/ and that is on a gbit connection

    Don't waste your time >.>

  • @fly said: take a look at snelserver. I'm not too sure on the pricing tho.

    Processor € 25.00Xeon E3-1270 Memory € 29.0016 GB DDR3 Harddisk € 7.001000 GB SATA Harddisk € 7.001000 GB SATA Uplink 1000 mbit uplink € 15.00 Server barebone € 21.00 Rackspace and 10 TB bandwidth € 49.00 Total monthly price € 138.00 Setup fee € 169.00

    153.00 euros = 195.6717 US dollars

    +VAT If you are from EU.

  • What is the server for? You mention a backup server, but specs like these make no sense for that usage.

  • @Zen Minecraft VPSes, not backup.

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  • mpkossenmpkossen Administrator

    Keep in mind they all charge premium for any remote hands. Some do offer KVM-over-IP though.

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  • Would recommend Qirus if you're looking for straight up server no support, which is what it looks like since your budget is quite low.

  • Snelserver is on a new network now. Their old network was not that reliable. Their new network is not much faster in ping times either to be honest, so I am not impressed... 8 hours of downtime to move servers around and no significant speed improvement.

    Linux noob willing to learn.

  • I don't need any management / support. Our US servers are with Incero, and the IPKVM is very useful, and I've never had to contact support, except to complain about not having IPv6 :P

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  • @SimpleNode said: I don't need any management / support. Our US servers are with Incero, and the IPKVM is very useful, and I've never had to contact support, except to complain about not having IPv6 :P

    Shoot an email off to Qirus then.

  • SimpleNodeSimpleNode Member
    edited September 2012

    Done, to all 3 Providers.

    EDIT:

    WorldStream is out of stock on E3s

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  • @SimpleNode said: WorldStream is out of stock on E3s

    Worldstream don't allow any more than 30 or so IPs, just giving you a heads up. And they will not budge.

  • You really need dedicated IPs for Minecraft?

  • Leaseweb are excellent too, they actually gave me a refund for a server 15 days into the month, which was quite awesome.

  • @Zen said: You really need dedicated IPs for Minecraft?

    Haven't got a clue, never played nor configured it. Not my cup of tea. I just saw him mention leaseweb not offering enough IPs.

  • LeaseWeb only allows up to 5 IPs, at 2 euros per IP (ouch!). I've contacted them before about it, and they also will not budge.

    We're offering Minecraft VPS (VPS with Java, MySQL, a Minecraft CP and Minecraft management), so yes, we do need a dedicated IP.

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  • Ash_HawkridgeAsh_Hawkridge Member
    edited September 2012

    @SimpleNode said: LeaseWeb only allows up to 5 IPs, at 2 euros per IP (ouch!). I've contacted them before about it, and they also will not budge.

    We're offering Minecraft VPS (VPS with Java, MySQL, a Minecraft CP and Minecraft management), so yes, we do need a dedicated IP.

    You could check out Yisp as well, Ren gave me some good quotes a while back. All their servers come with 1Gbit as standard.

  • Oh, right. Any specific reason you do that over the standard shared resource gsp environment?

  • Xeon E3-1230 3.2ghz Supermicro server Sandy Bridge platform 8GB 16GB RAM 128GB SSD 2TB traffic IPMI

    $160 or so

    http://www.yisp.nl/dedicated/express-servers

    Email em and grab a custom (discounted) quote.

  • how many IPs do you need?

  • @Zen, your avatar makes me laugh everytime i see it lol

  • @Randy said: @Zen, your avatar makes me laugh everytime i see it lol

    If my face was 2d and somehow embedded into the web page, I would always be looking up with a smirk on my face when reading LET. So I chose that as my avatar :)

  • @Zen Because we're awesome :3

    Because there are too many Minecraft hosts out there that just provided a shared environment, normally with Multicraft. We wanted to be different, but also offer our customers, and ourselves more flexibility.

    For example, our servers can run Overviewer, an automated map rendering system that almost no other host can do, as it requires full root access to install and configure. We can also give our customers full access to every single server configuration file, which cannot be done in a shared environment due to security reasons, and in case of abuse.

    It also means we can sell LowEndBoxes on the same nodes :)

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  • @Randy We're using 1IP per GB of RAM as a basic rule right now.

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  • Europe providers seem to all have IPv6, but seem to charge a lot for IPv4 addresses, while US providers like I/O Flood can give out IPv4s for free, but all seem to not have IPv6.

    Incero said they'd have IPv6 setup by last week, still no news :(

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  • @SimpleNode said: @Randy We're using 1IP per GB of RAM as a basic rule right now.

    now i know why you cant get that much Ips LOL

  • @Randy ???

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  • Opps nvm.. what about liquid web? ( they offer NL Servers too?)

  • @Randy I don't need management. Also, SoftLayer are cheaper than them on their base E3 server (yes, I've emailed softlayer) :P

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  • i know/ that dose not mean you need to get management>?

  • Pretty sure LiquidWeb is managed only.

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  • Email Netrouting to see if they can do a custom quote :) I used them for a bit, and although support can be a bit slow, they were very helpful.

  • @dominicl said: Netrouting

    eh

  • Netrouting Hahaaahahahahaha! /thread

  • La parole nous a été donnée pour déguiser notre pensée.

  • Netrouting isn't bad whats so funny about them @Jack ?

    PraHost is just leaseweb reseller, AVOID.

  • @apollo15 said: Netrouting isn't bad whats so funny about them @Jack ?

    Have had old hardware for a long time now.

  • All the hosts have replied around 10 hours ago, but Qirus.eu still haven't replied.

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  • Hello,

    For NL you can also check swiftway and i3d.

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