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    [UltraVPS.eu] Storage VMs now also available in Germany
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    [UltraVPS.eu] Storage VMs now also available in Germany

    UltraVPSUltraVPS Member, Provider

    We are happy to let you know that our Storage VMs are now also available in Duesseldorf, Germany. We offer the following special deals while stock lasts.

    Storage Special 1

    • KVM virtualization
    • 1 GB RAM
    • 1 CPU core
    • 750 GB redundant data storage (ZFS based)
    • 1 IPv4 address
    • 10 IPv6 addresses (from your own /64 IPv6 subnet)
    • 5 TB monthly transfer (in+out)
    • Contract term: 12 months
    • Available in Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Duesseldorf (Germany)

    48 EUR per year incl. VAT (~ 48 USD excl. VAT)

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    Storage Special 2

    • KVM virtualization
    • 2 GB RAM
    • 1 CPU core
    • 2 TB redundant data storage (ZFS based)
    • 1 IPv4 address
    • 10 IPv6 addresses (from your own /64 IPv6 subnet)
    • 5 TB monthly transfer (in+out)
    • Contract term: 6 months
    • Available in Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Duesseldorf (Germany)

    60 EUR bi-annualy incl. VAT (~ 60 USD excl. VAT)

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    UltraVPS.eu - KVM Virtual Servers starting from 2 EUR/m

    Comments

    • What payment methods do you accept? @UltraVPS

    • You mean semi-annual on the 2T package. bi-annual is every 2 years.

      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.

    • JackHJackH Moderator

      UltraVPS said: 10 IPv6 addresses (from your own /64 IPv6 subnet)

      What does this actually mean?

      NVMe KVM VPS in Amsterdam, Stockholm, Oslo, Vienna and LA ($2.50/1GB RAM/10GB NVMe/month) (AFF LINK)

    • @jackhadrill said:

      UltraVPS said: 10 IPv6 addresses (from your own /64 IPv6 subnet)


      What does this actually mean?

      It means that they assign a /64 to you but you can only use (max and you can pick any) 10 IPv6 addresses from that subnet.

      Thanked by 1UltraVPS
    • JackHJackH Moderator

      @nullnothere said:

      @jackhadrill said:

      UltraVPS said: 10 IPv6 addresses (from your own /64 IPv6 subnet)


      What does this actually mean?

      It means that they assign a /64 to you but you can only use (max and you can pick any) 10 IPv6 addresses from that subnet.

      What!? Why!?

      NVMe KVM VPS in Amsterdam, Stockholm, Oslo, Vienna and LA ($2.50/1GB RAM/10GB NVMe/month) (AFF LINK)

    • @jackhadrill said:

      @nullnothere said:

      @jackhadrill said:

      UltraVPS said: 10 IPv6 addresses (from your own /64 IPv6 subnet)


      What does this actually mean?

      It means that they assign a /64 to you but you can only use (max and you can pick any) 10 IPv6 addresses from that subnet.

      What!? Why!?

      Imo there is no reason to limit it. Where is the point to get a /64 subnet then. Anyway ipv6 is still far from standard. Dunno why most hoster give out at max /64. You get ipv6 basically for free or at least pretty cheap.

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