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VPS allow torrent?

leuyvoleuyvo Member
edited May 2013 in Help

I'm a uploader then i need a vps allowing torrent, 50gb+ DiskSpace, 1 GB RAM.
Any offers?

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  • imperioimperio Member

    LET vs wjunction

  • @leuyvo said: I'm a uploader then i need a vps allowing torrent, 50gb+ DiskSpace, 1 GB RAM.

    Oh cool, you're a customer who trashes a node's disk I/O for a few dollars per month?

    How to clean up a questionable reputation: throw the kids some BF/CM offers.

  • @doughmanes nice signature

    call 800-troll-now

    Nothing for the moment

  • @dedicados said: nice signature

    Did you call? I may have been away from my desk

    How to clean up a questionable reputation: throw the kids some BF/CM offers.

  • prae5prae5 Member

    I think buyvm allows torrents

  • leuyvoleuyvo Member

    @doughmanes then i posted this topic.
    @prae5
    No, buyvm don't allow

  • I thought they did? And a lot of hosts do provided you don't abuse resources as part of it.

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  • FranciscoFrancisco Top Provider

    No, buyvm don't allow

    We do just fine.

    Francisco

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  • nutjobnutjob Member

    @prae5 said: I think buyvm allows torrents

    I ask this question to find out which providers I should avoid. I'm sure network port performance is great!

  • SetsuraSetsura Member
    edited May 2013

    @Francisco said: We do just fine.

    Francisco

    I think you may want to look at his sig to see if you allow those kind of torrents. If you do, my mistake.

    Will shill for Pop-Tarts(must be strawberry flavour).

  • kbeeziekbeezie Member

    @leuyvo said: I'm a uploader then i need a vps allowing torrent, 50gb+ DiskSpace, 1 GB RAM.

    Any offers?

    If your signature is any indication of what you would be hosting/uploading, I'm going to say even VPS providers that normally do allow torrent seeds (ie: seedbox), won't allow your usage of it.

    KBeezie - Insignificant little blog about Nginx, FreeBSD, fun stuff | PhoenixVPS - Managed Support Representative
  • azzavpsazzavps Member

    Yep, We can do that for you

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    No BBcodes here ;-)

  • yomeroyomero Member

    Wtf with the bbcode -_-

  • RoyalBlue

    Contractually bound by a verbal non-disclosure agreement

  • @leuyvo get a kimsufi cheap ass server and you won't be abusing other's resources

  • kbeeziekbeezie Member

    @texteditor said: RoyalBlue

    Royally...

    KBeezie - Insignificant little blog about Nginx, FreeBSD, fun stuff | PhoenixVPS - Managed Support Representative
  • azzavpsazzavps Member

    sorry about the code...my mistake guys..

    No BBcodes here ;-)

  • ATHKATHK Member
    edited May 2013

    @azzavps you are extremely new here and offered hosting as your first or second post.

    I don't trust you yet and neither should anyone IMO.

  • kbeeziekbeezie Member

    @ATHK said: I don't trust you yet and either should anyone IMO.

    s/either/neither/

    KBeezie - Insignificant little blog about Nginx, FreeBSD, fun stuff | PhoenixVPS - Managed Support Representative
  • ATHKATHK Member

    @kbeezie thank you sir.

  • Ovh-vks- server with 500gb hd 5tb under £11 check ovh.

  • kbeeziekbeezie Member

    @kandosan said: Ovh-vks- server with 500gb hd 5tb under £11 check ovh.

    Where is that on their site anyways?

    http://www.ovh.com/us/index.xml

    KBeezie - Insignificant little blog about Nginx, FreeBSD, fun stuff | PhoenixVPS - Managed Support Representative
  • IvanIvan Member

    If I'm not mistaken OVH made some changes towards their bandwidth or something, making using their Kimsufis as a seedbox useless. Correct me, if I'm wrong.

  • kbeeziekbeezie Member

    @belinik said: let me help you...

    http://www.ovh.ie/dedicated_servers/kimsufi.xml

    Dedicated Servers != VPS...

    Just sayin'

    KBeezie - Insignificant little blog about Nginx, FreeBSD, fun stuff | PhoenixVPS - Managed Support Representative
  • MeeMee Member

    @Ivan said:

    If I'm not mistaken OVH made some changes towards their bandwidth or something, making using their Kimsufis as a seedbox useless. Correct me, if I'm wrong.

    I've still got a Kimsufi and it's been working fine. Appearntly it was mostly http://www.ovh.co.uk/dedicated_servers/bandwidth_specific_usage.xml but I haven't noticed anything yet.

  • belinikbelinik Member
    edited May 2013

    @Ivan said: If I'm not mistaken OVH made some changes towards their bandwidth or something, making using their Kimsufis as a seedbox useless. Correct me, if I'm wrong.

    the recent change was their uncapped gigabit series, I recall they drop the outbound to 200mbit yet retain the 1000mbit in.
    that's why many people all of a sudden leave ovh for other alternative.(the super heavy hitter, the reseller.. etc)

    Mee got the link.. I recall it was the EG series

  • kbeeziekbeezie Member

    @Ivan said: If I'm not mistaken OVH made some changes towards their bandwidth or something, making using their Kimsufis as a seedbox useless. Correct me, if I'm wrong.

    Only thing I can find in regards to bandwidth:

    Traffic leaving the Supplier's network is automatically limited on a monthly basis to the

    quota allowed for the Configuration of vKS chosen by the Customer. The limit for the time being applicable to each Configuration is published at http://www.kimsufi.ie}. Outside of the limit applicable to the vKS, the bandwidth for the Host Server is automatically reduced from 100Mbps to 1Mbps. However, this is not guaranteed, and the Supplier's obligation is limited to using reasonable endeavours. Traffic within the OVH network is not recorded.

    Also I'm not sure what the law is in France, but their TOS does prohibit any usage that would cause them to be criminally liable (pirating movies would probably fall under that category).

    KBeezie - Insignificant little blog about Nginx, FreeBSD, fun stuff | PhoenixVPS - Managed Support Representative
  • leuyvoleuyvo Member

    Thanks all, i'll check ovh kimsufi.

  • 90 percent of seedbox hosts are using kimsufi or ovh bigger servers for services. Cheap and they don't go snooping

    Security Consultant

  • IvanIvan Member

    Yeah just get a seedbox, easy and you don't have to configure anything.

  • SetsuraSetsura Member

    @eastonch said: 90 percent of seedbox hosts are using kimsufi or ovh bigger servers for services. Cheap and they don't go snooping

    Not so much anymore because of thacent change with their BW being no longer guaranteed for seedboxes (or anything really), a lot of the bigger places that used OVH got hit hard, Seedroots, Seedboxes.cc(they colo now I believe), etc. The ones not hit include those using LeaseWeb and server.lu mostly, though feral actually colos now at the cognet UK datacenter.

    @leuyvo
    I recommend going with something from a provider who uses leaseweb or server.lu, they don't seem to care much about what goes on with their stuff.

    Will shill for Pop-Tarts(must be strawberry flavour).

  • @leuyvo i can give a OVH based VPS with your specs for $10 in a i5 server. 10TB 100Mbps. Just 2 IPs left.

  • leuyvoleuyvo Member

    @mtoledoce thank you. Can you give me a link

  • mtoledocemtoledoce Member
    edited May 2013

    @leuyvo Send me a PM with your mail.

  • @azzavps said: Yep, We can do that for you

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    I looked at http://azzavps.com/knowledgebase/2/Terms-of-Service.html and it says no torrents.
    So you're violating your upstream's ToS and your own ToS?

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