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Any Unlimited BW KVMs with Good Peering

Any Unlimited BW KVMs with Good Peering

Back at it again ...

Looking for 2gb min//2 cores min//100gb disk//unlimited bandwidth (250mbit minimum).

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  • trewqtrewq Moderator

    What's your budget?

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  • 6ixth6ixth Member

    @trewq said: What's your budget?

    Awaiting the "$4 a year" reply.

  • randvegetarandvegeta Member, Provider

    @trewq,

    I propose we define 'unlimited' to mean 'dedicated', or to mean that there is a high probability of the user using 100% of the traffic.

    I also propose a second term of 'Shared Unlimited' accompanied by a speed a contention ratio figure desired by the user.

    So if someone says they want 1G port, unlimited bandwidth, it should be assumed that they are referring to approx 300TB of data transfer, and providers can make offers accordingly.

    Similarly, if the OP wants 1G port, unlimited SHARED bandwidth, with a contention ratio of no more than 50:1, it suggest that they would accept 50 or less other users sharing a 1G uplink. Essentially it would be like 20Mbit guaranteed, burstable upto 1G.

    Like wise, if providers come here to make such offers, then the same defenitions should be used. If a provider comes and offers a 1G unlimited port, the buyer should have the right to use 300TB data transfer without any complaints or issues from the provider.

    And then we can eliminate all these silly 'I WANT UNLIMITED' threads. No?

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  • rm_rm_ Member

    No.

  • trewqtrewq Moderator

    randvegeta said: And then we can eliminate all these silly 'I WANT UNLIMITED' threads. No?

    I much prefer the term unmetered to unlimited. Unlimited is just a marketing term that naive people use to describe what they want.

    What you've suggested is perfectly reasonable and I'd love to implement it but it's not realistic to enforce from a Moderators point of view. Feel free to bring it up with people if you see someone asking for unlimited :)

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  • randvegetarandvegeta Member, Provider

    @Xplic1T said: Back at it again ...

    Looking for 2gb min//2 cores min//100gb disk//unlimited bandwidth (250mbit minimum).

    I can do this for you for $250/m. Proper 250Mbit guaranteed on 1G burst.

  • @6ixth said:

    @trewq said: What's your budget?

    Awaiting the "$4 a year" reply.

    Under 18 a month is reasonable ...

    I'm fine with unmetered ... i will generally hit maybe 100 tb a month. I need a minimum of 50mbit so shared is fine ... as long as you dont over subscribe (ahem ... ahem ... wishosting ...)

  • For 18 per month? Not gonna happen. Your best bet is OVH Soyoustart line, but starts at 30 a month.

  • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider

    100TB VPS. That's a first. Check out Afterburst since they do 1Gbps unmetered but I don't know if they actually want people pushing 100TB on them.

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  • For 30+ I might as well just get a Hetzner box ... There must be some middle ground if these guys are charging 9 a month for a OVH backed link.

    https://www.wishosting.com/order/main/packages/VPS/?group_id=2

    I would use them but others i know rarely get 10mbits from them ...

  • Oneprovider Dedicated?

  • They don‘t: https://afterburst.com/network-policy

    Funny enough they call themselve unmetered and want you to consume only 5 TB/m on the highest plan.

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  • Good peering to where ?

  • @ben47955 said: Good peering to where ?

    West Coast

  • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider

    @drivex said: They don‘t: https://afterburst.com/network-policy

    Funny enough they call themselve unmetered and want you to consume only 5 TB/m on the highest plan.

    Oh wow, that's surprising. I doubt they really enforce it though, but good to share. If I remember correctly the owner is on LET.

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  • drivex said: They don‘t: https://afterburst.com/network-policy

    Funny enough they call themselve unmetered and want you to consume only 5 TB/m on the highest plan.

    Well...

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  • drivexdrivex Member
    edited October 11

    So your port speed gets throttled to 10-40 mbps? Superb... thats why i don‘t trust cheap unmetered offers

  • jackbjackb Member, Provider

    @MikeA said:

    @drivex said: They don‘t: https://afterburst.com/network-policy

    Funny enough they call themselve unmetered and want you to consume only 5 TB/m on the highest plan.

    Oh wow, that's surprising. I doubt they really enforce it though, but good to share. If I remember correctly the owner is on LET.

    We're flexible - that's what our policy is for, but not 100tb flexible. That's dedicated server level with a 300-500mbps commit on gige.

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  • @jackb said:

    @MikeA said:

    @drivex said: They don‘t: https://afterburst.com/network-policy

    Funny enough they call themselve unmetered and want you to consume only 5 TB/m on the highest plan.

    Oh wow, that's surprising. I doubt they really enforce it though, but good to share. If I remember correctly the owner is on LET.

    We're flexible - that's what our policy is for, but not 100tb flexible. That's dedicated server level with a 300-500mbps commit on gige.

    Where are you/your company located? Didn‘t found an company address and WHOIS of your Domains is protected by the Ghandi Whois Protection, which is also a little bit.....curious.

  • mikhomikho Member, Provider

    100TB? Nocix? Get a dedi. https://www.nocix.net/cart/?id=267
    $25/month, close to your budget

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  • @mikho said: 100TB? Nocix? Get a dedi. https://www.nocix.net/cart/?id=267
    $25/month, close to your budget

    Nice, these do seem decent. Is this the only company offering dedis at this price point ?

  • mikhomikho Member, Provider

    @Xplic1T said:

    @mikho said: 100TB? Nocix? Get a dedi. https://www.nocix.net/cart/?id=267
    $25/month, close to your budget

    Nice, these do seem decent. Is this the only company offering dedis at this price point ?

    With 100TB? Pretty much. There are other companies with cheap deals on dedis but often its less bandwidth included

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  • Xplic1T said: Nice, these do seem decent. Is this the only company offering dedis at this price point ?

    WSI also has a few @ $25 (WSI and Nocix are the same company) https://www.wholesaleinternet.net/dedicated/

  • Tilaa.com, blazingfast.io, zetservers.com

  • How can there people afford these prices ? Doesn't seem sustainable.

  • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider
    edited October 13

    Your things do not generate money.

    Some years ago 100Mbit did cost 2000$ in EU/US, and just a few more back 100Mbit was 20000$.

    0.25-1$ per Mbit or 1-3$ per TB are realistic.

  • RamiRami Member

    I don't think finding a VPS provider that allow 100tb of bandwidth is easy, but you can check Scaleway.com
    If not then it's ovh or online.net

  • @Ympkerro said: Tilaa.com, blazingfast.io, zetservers.com

    Had a blazingfast VPS and used 100tb+

    Also had a seedbox with http://www.ultraseedbox.com/ and in their control panel it said 100tb as a "limit" although they claim to be unlimited. This thing had amazing routing and was on 10Gbps. I was really surprised about what I got for the price. I used 4-5Gbit for hours one time. You have SSH access, but no root. Still, you can place files on public http links.

  • YmpkerYmpker Member, Provider

    @Xplic1T said: Back at it again ...

    Looking for 2gb min//2 cores min//100gb disk//unlimited bandwidth (250mbit minimum).

    Netcup promises a minimum throughput of 200 Mbit/s on their shared 1 Gbps VPSes. You might wanna settle with them starting from 8€/month. Might be your best call.

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  • @chrisp said:

    @Ympkerro said: Tilaa.com, blazingfast.io, zetservers.com

    Had a blazingfast VPS and used 100tb+

    Also had a seedbox with http://www.ultraseedbox.com/ and in their control panel it said 100tb as a "limit" although they claim to be unlimited. This thing had amazing routing and was on 10Gbps. I was really surprised about what I got for the price. I used 4-5Gbit for hours one time. You have SSH access, but no root. Still, you can place files on public http links.

    Was looking into seedboxes ... this will ultimately be a plex server mounting from gdrive. I think i can't get by without sudo though.

  • WSWDWSWD Member, Provider

    @Xplic1T said: How can there people afford these prices ? Doesn't seem sustainable.

    The same way you think a VPS with 100TB for $18/mo. is sustainable. ;)

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  • @Xplic1T said:

    @chrisp said:

    @Ympkerro said: Tilaa.com, blazingfast.io, zetservers.com

    Had a blazingfast VPS and used 100tb+

    Also had a seedbox with http://www.ultraseedbox.com/ and in their control panel it said 100tb as a "limit" although they claim to be unlimited. This thing had amazing routing and was on 10Gbps. I was really surprised about what I got for the price. I used 4-5Gbit for hours one time. You have SSH access, but no root. Still, you can place files on public http links.

    Was looking into seedboxes ... this will ultimately be a plex server mounting from gdrive. I think i can't get by without sudo though.

    If you're going to use it for Plex anyways you could try the Jaguar plan with 1TB space and Plex included for 10,99€. I had exactly that plan and used almost the whole 100TB of bandwidth, that they have set in their backend. Don't know what happens if you reach it though. However it's probably one of the closest things you get for that price point.

  • @chrisp said:

    If you're going to use it for Plex anyways you could try the Jaguar plan with 1TB space and Plex included for 10,99€. I had exactly that plan and used almost the whole 100TB of bandwidth, that they have set in their backend. Don't know what happens if you reach it though. However it's probably one of the closest things you get for that price point.

    Does it have sudo ? I need to enable it for a fuse mount to drive.

  • What do you need all of this bandwidth for?

  • ClouviderClouvider Member, Provider

    You still haven't advised your budget.

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  • Plex, rclone, Google Drive and maybe torrents i guess?

  • WSWDWSWD Member, Provider

    @Clouvider said: You still haven't advised your budget.

    It's right near the top. Under $18/mo.

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