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Budget VPS located in India

Looking for openvz container with minimum specs.. mainly used as a storage container for transferring files. no heavy cpu lifting/ Ram requirement. 10-15gb space, 100gb or similar bandwidth, dedicated ip...

No particular specs in mind. Best / cheapest which you can offer.

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  • leapswitch comes to mind.

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  • Leapswitch.com

    One of the best networks in INDIA :)
    GL

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  • leapswitchleapswitch Member, Provider

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  • cfgguycfgguy Member, Provider

    +1 Leapswitch

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    KGR

  • +1 for Leapswitch

    512MB KVM Box:

    uptime

    19:37:44 up 98 days, 7:16, 1 user, load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00

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  • uptime for the openvz Leapswitch VPS that I purchased 101 days ago

    uptime

    23:44:26 up 101 days, 3:17, 0 users, load average: 0.63, 0.14, 0.05

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  • praveenpraveen Member
    edited October 2013

    yes, Leapswitch is good. I have a KVM with them from last 6 months and is very stable ..

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  • DroidzoneDroidzone Member
    edited October 2013

    Wish Leapswitch was Gbit, so I could give it a try.

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  • Leapswitch provide kvm or not?

  • @praveen what's theire ip range? any review?

  • @ttsaon said:
    Leapswitch provide kvm or not?

    Yes they do. Test IP is 103.12.211.1

    What praveen said is a review.

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  • @joelgm said:
    Wish Leapswitch was Gbit, so I could give it a try.

    Traffic in India is very expensive dunno why many cables are around.
    Does anyone have a link to a serious study on why asian traffic is so expensive ?

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  • +1 for leapswitch from me too.

  • Maounique said: why asian traffic is so expensive

    I believe it's a relatively easy answer - less competition.

    -

  • birocrazy needs more moneyz in indonesia. corruptor everywhere :(

  • @ErawanArifNugroho said:
    birocrazy needs more moneyz in indonesia. corruptor everywhere :(

    Romania has corruption too, and it is the state monopoly in late 90's and early 2000 that drove people to create own nets spanning square kilometers of 10 stories blocks of flats out of which the current generation of IT people emerged.
    We always understood the importance of being connected and now, in a couple of weeks, I hope, my 1 gbps line at 15 dollars will arrive.
    Necessity is the matter of learning and i hope new kinds of nets, mesh type, will go across towns creating a completely different cyberpunk counter-culture and spawning the revolutions of tomorrow.

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  • The Govt. rules regarding telecom sector is too odd in India.
    And not yet very clear.
    Entry in such a sector is no more easy and also costs a lot in the name of taking licenses.

    There are few provider which has a slightly better plans like
    50Mbps for $40-50, with a FDU policy to 100, 200 GB then the speed gets decreased to about 10%.

    But most the providers are like 10GB 3G for $15-20.

    Almost all plans are either having (No so good) FDU or limited in starting 2 digit GB's :(

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  • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider

    eh?
    Selling VPS in India requires no licensing at all, neither does running an ASN and own IP space.

  • @leapswitch said:
    Thank you Maounique and fraghostsolutions .

    plumberg , please see - http://www.lowendbox.com/blog/leapswitch-7month-1gb-ram-openvz-vps-in-india-kvm-inside-too/

    @leapswitch: thanks. Anything in low resources? I just need to use this VPS as a way to transfer/ store files. No heavy processing...Can you carve up a custom one for $1-$2 a month?

  • That is exactly the problem with indian vpses, the traffic.
    That is what costs a lot there and I think IPs are not free either since APNIC run out of them long time ago.
    1-2 a month is probably impossible, no matter how low the resources.

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  • rm_rm_ Member
    edited October 2013

    IPs are not free either

    IPv6-only maybe could have been possible... but I am checking this http://bgp.he.net/AS132335 almost every day, still no IPv6 on leapswitch.

  • DroidzoneDroidzone Member
    edited October 2013

    As an Indian customer, I prefer to buy my dedicated from OVH/Online.net in France, and VPSes from Iniz in Europe, and Serverian in US for the same reason. :)

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  • TATA has it and they say it will take a few weeks.
    OTOH Incero promised it for weeks, still nothing.

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  • leapswitchleapswitch Member, Provider
    edited October 2013

    @plumberg said:
    leapswitch: thanks. Anything in low resources? I just need to use this VPS as a way to transfer/ store files. No heavy processing...Can you carve up a custom one for $1-$2 a month?

    Sorry the lowest we can do is $36/year for the 512 MB RAM OVZ.

    @Maounique said:
    That is exactly the problem with indian vpses, the traffic.
    That is what costs a lot there and I think IPs are not free either since APNIC run out of them long time ago.

    Yes, Network, ips and power cost is high here.

    1-2 a month is probably impossible, no matter how low the resources.

    Indeed. We will probably never see this in India.

    @rm_ said:
    IPv6-only maybe could have been possible... but I am checking this http://bgp.he.net/AS132335 almost every day, still no IPv6 on leapswitch.

    We have a /48 since September. TATA setup the session last week and we should have everything up and running in next 5-10 days.

    @Maounique said:
    TATA has it and they say it will take a few weeks.
    OTOH Incero promised it for weeks, still nothing.

    If all goes well, it should be available this week.

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  • Why India?

  • @iamkorean said:
    Why India?

    1 bn+ population ? One day will have asian connectivity ? Why not ?

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  • leapswitchleapswitch Member, Provider

    @Maounique said:
    1 bn+ population ? One day will have asian connectivity ? Why not ?

    +1. Without being a bandwidth hub, it is a market in itself.

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  • @leapswitch: what do you mean by: "Without being a bandwidth hub..."?

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  • leapswitchleapswitch Member, Provider

    @andrzej said:
    leapswitch: what do you mean by: "Without being a bandwidth hub..."?

    Its not really a bandwidth hub like Singapore, Amsterdam, London etc. Only 2 carriers (TATA and Airtel) bring 95% of the cables to India. That will probably change soon and we may see a lot of international carriers in India in 2014.

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  • DroidzoneDroidzone Member
    edited November 2013

    @leapswitch said:

    And then again we may not.. what with all the scams in the telecom sector, the government may feel it judicious to tread carefully in deep waters.

    Gigabit internet, where are you? :(

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  • leapswitchleapswitch Member, Provider

    @joelgm said:

    This - http://telecomadda.com/2013/01/03/bandwidth-in-india-to-become-more-cheaper-from-jan1/ - should have helped drop bandwidth charges by 30-50% in Jan 2013, but TATA got a court order stay on it and I guess it will drag on till mid-end next year.

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  • DroidzoneDroidzone Member
    edited November 2013

    @leapswitch said:
    This - http://telecomadda.com/2013/01/03/bandwidth-in-india-to-become-more-cheaper-from-jan1/ - should have helped drop bandwidth charges by 30-50% in Jan 2013, but TATA got a court order stay on it and I guess it will drag on till mid-end next year.

    Cheaper...maybe. But when are we actually going to get a faster internet connection like Gigabit or 10 Gbit? I dont think the infrastructure is here yet.

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  • By god, who writes there ? Every second word is starting with a capital letter on rules that escape me. Even my English is better.

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  • @Maounique said:
    By god, who writes there ? Every second word is starting with a capital letter on rules that escape me. Even my English is better.

    Ha ha.. welcome to the wonderful world of Indian english. Sigh.

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  • leapswitchleapswitch Member, Provider

    @joelgm said:
    Cheaper...maybe. But when are we actually going to get a faster internet connection like Gigabit or 10 Gbit? I dont think the infrastructure is here yet.

    It is linked with the cable access charges. There is multiple Tbps of capacity lying unused on the dozen or so cables linking India to the world.

    But Indian ISPs have to pay TATA/Airtel more than 0.5M $ per year per 10Gbps circuit as access charge, and around the same amount for the actual bandwidth. Once this charge goes to $10K per year as directed by GoI , we should see faster connections and lower prices.

    This is a really good blog post - http://blog.buysellbandwidth.com/free-advice-to-the-government-of-india/

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  • This reminds me of the Romtelecom monopoly on internet in romania, they made some good money I was paying some 100 $ for 4 K around 1998, but that meant their doom too, many people build neighbourhood nets, from these ISPs emerged and they interconnected and in the end brought lines from outside directly, so Romtelecom was screwed. Even if now they offer decent service at a decent price, are still losing customers, there is so much competition around. You just need to motivate the people with bad service and big prices.
    However, Romania didnt have to get undersea cables...

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  • Free Of Charge, something GOI operators don't like.

  • There are also very few well known DC, and some good ones are going unused due to lack of Advt. or the way they work.
    Few like TATA has DC's at multiple places, then there is Sify, and one or 2 More.

    IPv4 price is also quite high,

    I came to see BSNL (one of the Biggest ISP of India) offering 100Mbps port speed For About $1300

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