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Avante Hosting

zonzon Member
edited October 2012 in General

Is anybody experiencing problem with Avante Hosting ? My VPS is offline from yesterday... and no reply to my tickets...

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  • Haven't check but it seems to be down for me because my I couldn't connect to my pptp on the vps.

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  • their vps has been down for a month.

  • Avante Hosting @AvanteHosting All the VPS nodes are moved and final processing is going on. The VPS will be online soon.

    From twitter.

    Juan

  • Kidz host.

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  • I've heard of Avante before, don't remember where though

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    There was a discussion about this on one of their LEB posts a few weeks back I think, and I think there were ongoing issues.

    Anyway, I might as well tag @ChrisK in here.

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  • We apologize for any issues caused, all of our VPS have been moved to our new Dallas location. We are currently updating all the VPS node ID in SolusVM, you will be appropriately credited for this downtime.

    Thank you

  • @Chris: thank you!

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  • lol.

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  • gianggiang Member
    edited October 2012

    @Jeffrey said: Kidz host.

    They got their own AS, Trustwave EV SSL... verified as a Inc company, so I think they are -a- good kids =D

  • @CVPS_Chris What are you laughing about?

  • @giang Our infrastructure is superior to most companies on leb as well ;)

  • zonzon Member

    My VPS is still down.. now it is more that 2 days...

    If moving to a new location at least they should have informed the clients... when i found the VPS was down i waited for few hours since it is a low cost vps.. then i created a support ticket and even after 12 hours no reply to that... then only i posted here..then i came to know about this data center move...

  • NexusNexus Member
    edited October 2012

    @Zon, if your vps has been down for 2 days, why the hell are you still with them?

    Where I come from, if it's down for 2hours i'm out, unless hurricane Katrina is at the DC.

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  • zonzon Member

    @Nexus What to do... i paid for 6 months.... now 3 more months to go.... if they had informed me i would have moved to another vps before the dc move... i have many spare VPSes.. last month inceptionhosting moved their DC and they informed me 2 weeks in advance... so i managed it without any downtime...

  • Oh, didn't know you paid semi-annually...

    Damn, I wish you the best then, hopefully it get's up soon!

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  • JacobJacob Member
    edited October 2012

    @ChrisK what, You got a couple EOL Ciscos? Describe your superior Infrastructure to all us

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  • zonzon Member

    From initial days itself i was skeptical about them.. so i host only low traffic sites with them... my main sites are with quickweb, buyvm, inceptionhosting, hostigation, chicagovps, vps9, prometues etc... so if they informed me about the move i would have shifted to any one of these VPSes till everything becomes ok..

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  • @ChrisK said: Our infrastructure is superior to most companies on leb as well ;)

    You cant say something like that without backing it up. If its so "Superior" what's with all the issues.

  • @GetKVM_Ash said: You cant say something like that without backing it up. If its so "Superior" what's with all the issues.

    Said "most". It might be true. There are lots of summer hosts without infrastructure after all.

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  • @concerto49 said: Said "most". It might be true. There are lots of summer hosts without infrastructure after all.

    Oh i can agree on that, there are people still using old C2Q's, but it still seems like a rather arrogant thing to say, judging the current circumstances.

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  • Just read that some user had more downtime than uptime in the comments. It is hard for me to belive it has so 'superior' infrastructure.

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  • @zon said: My VPS is still down.. now it is more that 2 days...

    @LAKid said: their vps has been down for a month.

    @ChrisK said: Our infrastructure is superior to most companies on leb as well ;)

    I think the above statement from your customers says you have no idea how to use your superior equipment. You do truly show yourself the 15 year old punk you are, running around blaming everyone but your own lack of having a clue what you are doing. See what your customers are saying, all the latest greatest hardware does not help if you have no idea what you are doing with it.

    You might have been lucky with MC hosting, but that certainly has not been your case for providing VPS. I do fully expect you will deadpool the VPS line in some rarely seen poor fashion when someone that pulls your strings yanks your funding for them.

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  • @ChrisK said: Our infrastructure is superior to most companies on leb as well ;)

    We sure see that >_>

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  • @ChrisK Sure! Sounds like you've got a masters in downtime too buddy.

  • ChrisKChrisK Member
    edited October 2012

    We did have issues in our FL location, which is why we are moving, In Dallas we have redundant routers, switches, and upstreams. Thus we're offering a 100% network uptime SLA.

    We have a very robust infrastructure, far better than what we had in Florida.

    We will credit anyone that has had downtime during the move.

  • Don't need credit, just refund.

  • JacobJacob Member
    edited October 2012

    Why it's the DC's fault. :)

    @LAKid said: Don't need credit, just refund.

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  • @Jacob in this case, NO.

  • Well mine was down and with that my primary DNS. 2 things...

    1. You told everyone that the move would be done several weeks ago, yet you mention like it just happened,
    2. Twitter updates are supposed to be done before downtime not during.

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  • @ChrisK said: Our infrastructure is superior to most companies on leb as well ;)

    Its not hard to do, now compare to top hosts such as ChicagoVPS and its not even a close race.

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  • ChrisKChrisK Member
    edited October 2012

    Pretty sure you don't even have your own AS.

  • @ChrisK said: Pretty sure you don't even have your own AS.

    I am pretty sure that if they want they can have it. Own AS means absolutely nothing. Especially when AS can be gotten without actual IP space.

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  • INIZINIZ Member
    edited October 2012

    There's no point of pro-claiming you have one of the "most" superior infrastructure if it isn't actually up and from this thread's OP you failed to even notify your customers that you were moving with an exact time or date even to that extent? Even really low end / summer hosts let customers know of maintenance?

  • @CVPS_Chris said: Its not hard to do, now compare to top hosts such as ChicagoVPS and its not even a close race.

    I'm surprised there's enough room to move in this thread with all these huge heads.

  • JarJar Member
    edited October 2012

    Catalyst actually has the top infrastructure.

    I've never seen our servers. Why pretend...

  • We did try and send an email out to clients before the move, it seems that the cloud provider we temporarily moved our website and billing system gave us blacklisted IPs. We did not notice this until later, at that time we were starting to move our website and billing system to our Dallas location.

  • ZenZen Member
    edited October 2012

    Roll up and get your e-penis length measured! Free for the next 24 hours.

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  • @ChrisK said: Our infrastructure is superior to most companies on leb as well ;)

    Well that doesn't say much then if companies with inferior infrastructure are getting better results. Perhaps comparing yourself to others is at this point in time is disingenuous ?

    @ChrisK said: We have a very robust infrastructure, far better than what we had in Florida.

    Genuinely curious after all the talking up of your Florida location in recent months I am now interested in knowing what exactly are the benefits of moving to Dallas? Or more importantly, why can't you achieve in Florida what you're aiming to achieve in Dallas? I would of thought if you already have your own "20Gbit private network" in Florida wouldn't it make sense to simply upgrade the "superior" network infrastructure there than relocating/duplicating your efforts in Dallas?

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  • @ChrisK which cloud provider?

  • @ChrisK said: Pretty sure you don't even have your own AS

    I dont need an AS since it would make no sense for me. Colocrossing can supply me with whatever I need and make it more economical for me. I have no intentions on leaving them at any point so what does an AS do for me? Absolutely nothing.

    @Alex_LiquidHost said: I am pretty sure that if they want they can have it. Own AS means absolutely nothing. Especially when AS can be gotten without actual IP space.

    Very well said, and precisely the point.

    @GetKVM_Ash said: I'm surprised there's enough room to move in this thread with all these huge heads.

    Its just the truth

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  • @Chief said: Genuinely curious after all the talking up of your Florida location in recent months I am now interested in knowing what exactly are the benefits of moving to Dallas? Or more importantly, why can't you achieve in Florida what you're aiming to achieve in Dallas? I would of thought if you already have your own "20Gbit private network" in Florida wouldn't it make sense to simply upgrade the "superior" network infrastructure there than relocating/duplicating your efforts in Dallas?

    We've had issues with one of our providers in Florida that caused us to move. Dallas offers much more connectivity, and we can deliver our 100% uptime there.

  • @zon said: sites are with quickweb, buyvm, inceptionhosting, hostigation, chicagovps, vps9, prometues etc

    Gee... And I thought I have a problem... M

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  • @ChrisK Which cloud provider let you down with a black listed ip?

  • @24host Gigenet

  • @ChrisK Ahhh ok. Noted.

  • Gigenet has blacklisted IP?

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