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Arubacloud looking glass/test IP/files

I plan to use their service but fail to find any form of network performance test.

anyone know any test IP/files for all their servers?

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  • welcome to the arubacloud support desk.

  • All i can see is admin.dc1.arubacloud.com as a test ip (for pinging only), replace dc1 with dc2-6 for different locations. Traceroute them to figure out which dc is which location.

    I like my uptime down low and my servers all hacked. Can see me droppin' twenty-fours with a router in the rack.
    Ya like ya Switch-Ports hot and ya servers all hacked. If ya pings real high and ya networks pitch black.

  • @quick said:
    welcome to the arubacloud support desk.

    yeah yeah i know.

    I tried the live chat, but apparently no one is there to attend me.
    I could probably get faster answer here than waiting for the ticket.

  • miaumiau Member
    edited February 2017

    @teamacc said:
    All i can see is admin.dc1.arubacloud.com as a test ip (for pinging only), replace dc1 with dc2-6 for different locations. Traceroute them to figure out which dc is which location.

    Thanks.
    It requires registration to access; but well, still better than nothing.

    --edit

    Oh wait. pay first register later? dang.

  • @miau said:

    @teamacc said:
    All i can see is admin.dc1.arubacloud.com as a test ip (for pinging only), replace dc1 with dc2-6 for different locations. Traceroute them to figure out which dc is which location.

    Thanks.
    It requires registration to access; but well, still better than nothing.

    --edit

    Oh wait. pay first register later? dang.

    no, just ping those hostnames as test ips for their locations.

    Thanked by 1miau

    I like my uptime down low and my servers all hacked. Can see me droppin' twenty-fours with a router in the rack.
    Ya like ya Switch-Ports hot and ya servers all hacked. If ya pings real high and ya networks pitch black.

  • Their france cloud has IPs from 185.35.64.0/24 and their czech cloud from 85.255.0.0/20

    Thanked by 1miau

    My favourite prime number is 42. - \forall cpu in {intel, amd, arm}: cpu->speed -= cpu->speed/100 x irandom(15, 30) | state := hacked

  • miau said: I plan to use their service but fail to find any form of network performance test.

    For $1 per month asking for the test files before buy just rude. Order then test by self

  • @teamacc said:

    @miau said:

    @teamacc said:
    All i can see is admin.dc1.arubacloud.com as a test ip (for pinging only), replace dc1 with dc2-6 for different locations. Traceroute them to figure out which dc is which location.

    Thanks.
    It requires registration to access; but well, still better than nothing.

    --edit

    Oh wait. pay first register later? dang.

    no, just ping those hostnames as test ips for their locations.

    oh my bad. thanks.

  • miaumiau Member
    edited February 2017

    @jenkki said:

    miau said: I plan to use their service but fail to find any form of network performance test.

    For $1 per month asking for the test files before buy just rude. Order then test by self

    I dont know what you are talking about.
    I just want something that work for me before I agreed to pay for a service.

  • miau said: I dont know what you are talking about. I just want something that work for me before I agreed to pay for a service.

    Are you kid? Spend $1 will worth your desires

  • miaumiau Member
    edited February 2017

    @jenkki said:

    miau said: I dont know what you are talking about. I just want something that work for me before I agreed to pay for a service.

    Are you kid? Spend $1 will worth your desires

    whatever. your money. do what you please.

  • jvnadrjvnadr Member
    edited February 2017

    Aruba has 6 different datacenters. On witch are you interested to? Maybe I can run a test speed and a benchmark for you. (I have services in Milano I)

    I am here occasionally nowadays, because I really prefer https://talk.lowendspirit.com . You should try it, it is fat-free, delicious with fresh ingredients combined with the deep knowledge of the old chefs!

  • miau said: whatever. your money. do what you please.

    Donate them your Snickers

  • miau said: miau

    Mario-supersaver, let's hope they provide you direct bw trough Kazakhstan ;)

  • I can max out my home connection on the US west coast to Aruba's UK location over OpenVPN all day long. They are more than awesome for the EUR 1 you pay per month.

  • DC1-ITALY
    188.213.165.106

    DC2-ITALY
    89.46.74.240

    DC3-CZECHOSLOVAKIA
    81.2.236.64

    DC4-FRANCE
    89.36.212.58

    DC5-GERMANY
    89.40.116.123

    DC6-ENGLAND
    89.36.222.238

    Thanked by 1niels

    What are you hashtags?

  • a) Note: the IP ranges I gave are actual ones, i.e. ones were currently sold 1€ VPS are in
    b) did you, @zilch, verify that the IPs you listed are actual 1€ VPS IPs?

    My favourite prime number is 42. - \forall cpu in {intel, amd, arm}: cpu->speed -= cpu->speed/100 x irandom(15, 30) | state := hacked

  • mfsmfs Banned, Member
    edited February 2017

    This one is Arezzo (DC1-IT)

    Virtualization
    vmware
    
    System Info
    Processor:      Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2650L v4 @ 1.70GHz
    CPU Cores:      1
    Frequency:      1699.126 MHz
    MemTotal:        1016800 kB
    SwapTotal:       2187260 kB
    
    OS:              CentOS Linux release 7.3.1611 (Core) 
    Arch:            x86_64 (64 Bit)
    Kernel:          3.10.0-514.2.2.el7.x86_64
    Hostname:        arezzo
    
    Speedtest (IPv4 only)
    Your public IPv4 is 94.177.xxx.xxx
    
    Location                Provider        Speed
    CDN                     Cachefly        37,2MB/s
    
    
    Beauharnois, CA         OVH             2,99MB/s
    Dallas 01, TX, US       Softlayer       2,26MB/s
    Seattle, WA, US         Softlayer       1,90MB/s
    San Jose 01, CA, US     Softlayer       1,90MB/s
    Washington 01, DC, US   Softlayer       6,48MB/s
    
    Singapore               Softlayer       1,28MB/s
    
    Sydney, NL              Ransom IT       1,13MB/s
    
    Rotterdam, NL           id3.net         8,81MB/s
    Amsterdam, NL           Leaseweb        25,6MB/s
    Milano, IT              Softlayer       8,57MB/s
    Paris, FR               Softlayer       8,03MB/s
    Paris, FR               Online          12,0MB/s
    Frankfurt, DE           Leaseweb        22,9MB/s
    Stockholm, SE           tele2           4,44MB/s
    London, UK              nodeboost.io    31,3MB/s
    Milano, IT              prometeus       3,44MB/s
    Vilnius, LT             hostens         7,00MB/s
    
    Disk Speed
    I/O (1st run)   : 701 MB/s
    I/O (2nd run)   : 1 GB/s
    I/O (3rd run)   : 965 MB/s
    Average I/O     : 555.667 MB/s
    
    ioping, latency using 10 requests of 1 megabyte each:
    min/avg/max/mdev = 825.2 us / 1.03 ms / 1.33 ms / 163.5 us
    ioping, disk seek rate :
    30.4 k requests completed in 2.89 s, 118.9 MiB read, 10.5 k iops, 41.1 MiB/s
    generated 30.4 k requests in 3.00 s, 118.9 MiB, 10.1 k iops, 39.6 MiB/s
    min/avg/max/mdev = 50.7 us / 95.1 us / 5.45 ms / 85.5 us
    ioping, disk sequential speed:
    9.02 k requests completed in 2.74 s, 2.20 GiB read, 3.29 k iops, 822.7 MiB/s
    generated 9.02 k requests in 3.00 s, 2.20 GiB, 3.00 k iops, 751.3 MiB/s
    min/avg/max/mdev = 213.2 us / 303.9 us / 10.4 ms / 197.4 us
    

    jvnadr said: (I have services in Milano I)

    Both DC-IT1 and DC-IT2 are in Arezzo

    https://datacenter.aruba.it/en/data-center/italy-dc-it1.aspx

    https://datacenter.aruba.it/en/data-center/italy-dc-it2.aspx

    EDIT
    Addendum:

    geekbench for this DC1-IT

    speedtest-cli

    I've left LET since February 2019, account made inactive on request.

  • bsdguy said: did you, @zilch, verify

    full arubacloud support answer 9.26.16

    Dear Customer,
    please be aware that we do not have official adrresses to test, moreover, the connection latency can vary due to many factors, the distance is not the only.
    As a courtesy, I provide a list of IPs belonging to staff test servers, please take this infomation as-it-is, without guarantee
    Please also remember that Cloud Smart servers can not be migrated from one datacenter to another.

    DC1-ITALY
    188.213.165.106

    DC2-ITALY
    89.46.74.240

    DC3-CZECHOSLOVAKIA
    81.2.236.64

    DC4-FRANCE
    89.36.212.58

    DC5-GERMANY
    89.40.116.123

    DC6-ENGLAND
    89.36.222.238

    We remain at your disposal.

    Thanked by 1niels

    What are you hashtags?

  • Send me the money it costs to spin up a VM in each of the locations you want to test and I will setup some temporary looking glasses for you. :P
    Would be easier (and cheaper) for you though, to just opt for the hourly payment and try everything for just a few cents yourself...

  • @Bochi said:
    Send me the money it costs to spin up a VM in each of the locations you want to test and I will setup some temporary looking glasses for you. :P
    Would be easier (and cheaper) for you though, to just opt for the hourly payment and try everything for just a few cents yourself...

    Cant do hourly payments on those 1 euro/month servers. Cant migrate them to a different datacenter either.

    I like my uptime down low and my servers all hacked. Can see me droppin' twenty-fours with a router in the rack.
    Ya like ya Switch-Ports hot and ya servers all hacked. If ya pings real high and ya networks pitch black.

  • @teamacc said:

    @Bochi said:
    Send me the money it costs to spin up a VM in each of the locations you want to test and I will setup some temporary looking glasses for you. :P
    Would be easier (and cheaper) for you though, to just opt for the hourly payment and try everything for just a few cents yourself...

    Cant do hourly payments on those 1 euro/month servers. Cant migrate them to a different datacenter either.

    Sure, I know. But in which way would that affect his network related tests?

  • @teamacc said:
    ... Cant migrate them to a different datacenter either.

    Hmmm, strange. I did. Twice. (I started in Italy but the network there was too shitty)

    My favourite prime number is 42. - \forall cpu in {intel, amd, arm}: cpu->speed -= cpu->speed/100 x irandom(15, 30) | state := hacked

  • @bsdguy said:

    @teamacc said:
    ... Cant migrate them to a different datacenter either.

    Hmmm, strange. I did. Twice. (I started in Italy but the network there was too shitty)

    Last time I tried it I got another euro billed.

    I like my uptime down low and my servers all hacked. Can see me droppin' twenty-fours with a router in the rack.
    Ya like ya Switch-Ports hot and ya servers all hacked. If ya pings real high and ya networks pitch black.

  • WSSWSS Member
    edited February 2017

    @teamacc said:

    @bsdguy said:

    @teamacc said:
    ... Cant migrate them to a different datacenter either.

    Hmmm, strange. I did. Twice. (I started in Italy but the network there was too shitty)

    Last time I tried it I got another euro billed.

    Holy shit how can you afford to migrate those!?

  • @WSS said:

    @teamacc said:

    @bsdguy said:

    @teamacc said:
    ... Cant migrate them to a different datacenter either.

    Hmmm, strange. I did. Twice. (I started in Italy but the network there was too shitty)

    Last time I tried it I got another euro billed.

    Holy shit how can you afford to migrate those!?

    That's not migrating, that's destroying the old vm before the lease is up without a refund, and then paying full price for a new one. Nothing migrate-y about it.

    I like my uptime down low and my servers all hacked. Can see me droppin' twenty-fours with a router in the rack.
    Ya like ya Switch-Ports hot and ya servers all hacked. If ya pings real high and ya networks pitch black.

  • Still, a whole euro to do so.. you are aware it's VMware based, right?

  • I was wondering the same thing a while ago, so I rented a few of their hourly billed extra IPs in each datacenter and checked the subnets.

    The extra IPs can't be assigned to the 1€ servers, but as far as I could check they're from the same subnets as the 1€ servers.

    DC1-IT:
        http://bgp.he.net/AS31034#_prefixes
        http://bgp.he.net/net/94.177.160.0/19
        http://bgp.he.net/net/2a00:6d40::/32
    
    DC2-IT:
        http://bgp.he.net/AS31034#_prefixes
        http://bgp.he.net/net/89.46.72.0/21
        http://bgp.he.net/net/2a00:6d41::/32
    
    DC3-CZ:
        http://bgp.he.net/AS24806#_prefixes
    
    DC4-FR:
        http://bgp.he.net/AS199653#_prefixes
        http://bgp.he.net/net/185.8.48.0/22
    
    DC5-DE:
        http://bgp.he.net/AS200185#_prefixes
    
    DC6-UK:
        http://bgp.he.net/AS199883#_prefixes
    

    Favourite providers (recommended for their reliable service, not their referral payouts): UltraVPSLiteServerVultr

    It's not that I'm an angry person, it's just that everything is terrible and nobody else seems to care.

  • bsdguybsdguy Member
    edited February 2017

    Here's a test from a 1€ VPS from arubas czech DC

    UK_LON 2954 kBps
    AU_MEL  470 kBps
    IN_CHE  435 kBps
    DE_FRA 5099 kBps
    IT_MIL 2855 kBps
    FR_PAR 2141 kBps
    RU_MOS  682 kBps
    BR_SAO  402 kBps
    US_DAL 1051 kBps
    US_SJC  880 kBps
    US_WDC 1003 kBps
    JP_TOK  483 kBps
    RO_BUC 1344 kBps
    GR_UNK  760 kBps
    NO_OSL 1203 kBps
    

    and here from their french DC

    UK_LON   75 MBps
    AU_MEL 2019 kBps
    IN_CHE 2487 kBps
    DE_FRA   63 MBps
    IT_MIL   42 MBps
    FR_PAR  103 MBps
    RU_MOS 1706 kBps
    BR_SAO 3357 kBps
    US_DAL 7302 kBps
    US_SJC 5817 kBps
    US_WDC   10 MBps
    JP_TOK 3433 kBps
    RO_BUC   11 MBps
    GR_UNK   12 MBps
    NO_OSL   24 MBps
    

    Notes: The test from Aruba FR came from 185.35.64.xxx and the Paris target was in 159.8.64..xxx. The test confirms that at least in Paris (under optimal circumstances) port speed is really 1Gb/s

    My favourite prime number is 42. - \forall cpu in {intel, amd, arm}: cpu->speed -= cpu->speed/100 x irandom(15, 30) | state := hacked

  • mfs said: This one is Arezzo

    what is the command to run such benchmark?

    What are you hashtags?

  • bsdguy said: Here's a test from a 1€ VPS from arubas czech DC

    How to start similar benchmark?

    What are you hashtags?

  • I use my own benchmark script (ksh) with a carefully put together assortment of targets that provide a good overview image with some focus on europe (which is what's most important to me).

    As it's written for BSD (and using BSD commands) it'll be quite worthless to you, I guess.

    But there are some linux bash scripts out there, too, from what I know. You might get one and adapt it to your needs.

    My favourite prime number is 42. - \forall cpu in {intel, amd, arm}: cpu->speed -= cpu->speed/100 x irandom(15, 30) | state := hacked

  • Aruba must to be renamed to onesnickersvps.com

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