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    HostSlickHostSlick Member, Provider


    HostSlick.com has a simple aim. We provide our customers with high quality servers but keep prices down. We have networks in both Lelystad, NL and London, UK and have an average ticket response time of around 25-45 minutes at most.
    Our goals are to offer our valued clients a great experience and offer the best Affordable and most Reliable Hosting arround.

    Why HostSlick?
    - All Nodes with Intel XEON E3, E5 or better and RAID10 arrays
    - SSDs. No HDs.
    - Easy-to-use Control Panels for both VPS and Dedicated Servers
    - Flexibility - You can upgrade/downgrade anytime. Custom quotes possible
    - Wide range of Payment methods accepted: PayPal, Credit Card, Bitcoin and more!
    - Up to 1,6 Tbps DDos Protection by Voxility (NL) and 100Gbps Corero SmartWalls (UK). All Services with DDoS Protection!
    - Additional IPs on request at anytime!
    - We Colocate with Datacenters and own all our Hardware.
    - ... many more!

    Offers

    Currently running the following KVM VPS and Dedicated Server specials in our Netherlands Location

    KVM Virtual Private Server Offers

    SPECIAL I
    1 vCore (XEON E5 Series)
    512MB RAM
    20GB SSD
    250 GB Traffic
    1Gbps Port
    Virtualizor Control Panel
    Netherlands
    1x IPv4
    ORDER Annually at $20/YEAR
    ORDER Semi-Annually at $12
    ORDER Quaterly at $6

    SPECIAL II
    1 vCore (XEON E5 Series)
    1GB RAM
    35 GB SSD
    500GB Traffic
    1Gbps Port
    Virtualizor Control Panel
    Netherlands
    1x IPv4
    ORDER Annually at $30/YEAR
    ORDER Semi-Annually at $18
    ORDER Quaterly at $9

    SPECIAL III
    2 vCore (XEON E5 Series)
    2GB RAM
    50 GB SSD,
    1TB Traffic
    1Gbps Port
    Virtualizor Control Panel
    Netherlands
    1x IPv4
    ORDER Annually at $40/YEAR
    ORDER Semi-Annually at $24
    ORDER Quaterly at $14

    SPECIAL IV
    2 vCore (XEON E5 Series)
    4GB RAM
    75 GB SSD
    5TB Traffic
    1Gbps Port
    Virtualizor Control Panel
    Netherlands
    1x IPv4
    ORDER Annually at $50/YEAR
    ORDER Semi-Annually at $30
    ORDER Quaterly at $17

    Bare Metal Dedicated Server Offers

    LET Special: 25% Discount on our regular Server plans we currently got in stock.
    USE Coupon: YG3PVC95WL

    All Servers listed and in stock, will be delivered within 1 Business Days.

    Xeon E5-2643-V1-8GB-480SSD
    Intel Xeon E5-2643-V1 (Total: 4cores, 8 threads @3.30Ghz)
    8GB DDR3 ECC RAM
    1x 480GB SSD
    Permanent KVM/ILO4 Included
    1x IPv4
    1Gbps Fair use Flatrate

    Regular Price: $50 // 45€
    With Coupon code: $37,50 / 35 EUR
    Order

    Xeon E5-2640-V1-16GB-2x480SSD
    Intel Xeon E5-2640 (Total: 6cores, 12 threads @2.50Ghz)
    16GB DDR3 ECC RAM
    2x 480GB SSD (Hardware RAID: HP P220i)
    Permanent KVM/ILO4 Included
    1x IPv4
    1Gbps Fair use Flatrate

    Regular Price: 70USD // 65€
    With Coupon code: 52,50USD // 49€
    Order

    Xeon E5-2650-V2-32GB-2x1TBSSD
    Intel Xeon E5 2650V2 (Total: 8cores, 16 threads @2.60Ghz)
    32GB DDR3 ECC RAM
    2x 1TB SSD (Hardware RAID: HP P220i)
    Permanent KVM/ILO4 Included
    1x IPv4
    1Gbps Fair use Flatrate
    Regular Price: 100USD // 90€
    With Coupon code: 75USD // 70€
    Order

    ....Higher Specs (above LET Pricing, even with discount) also available at https://hostslick.com/dedicated-servers

    Test IP
    Datacenter: Lelystad, Netherlands (Alticom Media Tower)
    Test File: 5.253.86.28/100mb.test
    Ping IP: 5.253.86.28

    Payment Methods
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    Latest Nench from one of our Nodes:
    https://pastebin.com/iQYsYtks

    Thanked by 1dahartigan

    Comments


    • nench.sh v2019.07.20 -- https://git.io/nench.sh

      benchmark timestamp: 2019-10-11 13:49:56 UTC

      Processor: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2643 0 @ 3.30GHz
      CPU cores: 4
      Frequency: 3292.068 MHz
      RAM: 3.7G
      Swap: 4.0G
      Kernel: Linux 3.10.0-957.1.3.el7.x86_64 x86_64

      Disks:
      vda 90G HDD

      CPU: SHA256-hashing 500 MB
      2.734 seconds
      CPU: bzip2-compressing 500 MB
      CPU: AES-encrypting 500 MB
      1.819 seconds

      ioping: seek rate
      min/avg/max/mdev = 165.2 us / 332.8 us / 6.07 ms / 261.3 us
      ioping: sequential read speed
      generated 4.63 k requests in 5.00 s, 1.13 GiB, 926 iops, 231.6 MiB/s

      dd: sequential write speed
      1st run: 331.88 MiB/s
      2nd run: 526.43 MiB/s
      3rd run: 567.44 MiB/s
      average: 475.25 MiB/s

      IPv4 speedtests
      your IPv4: 5.253.86.xxxx

      Cachefly CDN:         29.13 MiB/s
      Leaseweb (NL):        15.03 MiB/s
      Softlayer DAL (US):   10.71 MiB/s
      Online.net (FR):      62.79 MiB/s
      OVH BHS (CA):         19.44 MiB/s
      

      No IPv6 connectivity detected

      Thanked by 1vyas11
    • here is the Connection Speedtest,
      https://www.speedtest.net/result/8665828834.png

      is this really 1gbps Port..??

    • @HostSlick said:

      Test IP
      Datacenter: Lelystad, Netherlands (Alticom Media Tower)
      Test File: 5.253.86.28/100mb.test
      Ping IP: 5.253.86.28

      Errm, looks like Frankfurt to me (and routed through London from Amsterdam)?

      Tracing route to 5.253.86.28 over a maximum of 30 hops
      
        1     *        *        *     Request timed out.
        2     7 ms     6 ms     6 ms  asd2-rou-1022.nl.eurorings.net [134.222.129.236]
        3     6 ms     6 ms     6 ms  asd2-rou-1044.nl.eurorings.net [134.222.48.225]
        4     7 ms     6 ms     6 ms  asd-s6-rou-1042.nl.eurorings.net [134.222.48.251]
        5     7 ms     6 ms     6 ms  134.222.249.66
        6    18 ms    12 ms    12 ms  ae29.londra32.lon.seabone.net [195.22.209.198]
        7    77 ms   213 ms   198 ms  149.3.183.121
        8    13 ms    13 ms    12 ms  lon-tel-01gw.voxility.net [185.5.172.105]
        9    20 ms    19 ms    19 ms  fra-eq5-01gw.voxility.net [93.115.89.1]
       10    20 ms    19 ms    19 ms  fra-eq5-01c.voxility.net [109.163.237.26]
       11    20 ms    20 ms    23 ms  fra-in8-01c.voxility.net [5.254.88.205]
       12    20 ms    20 ms    20 ms  5.254.89.226
       13    26 ms    25 ms    25 ms  5.253.86.28
      
    • debaser said: Errm, looks like Frankfurt to me (and routed through London from Amsterdam)?

      Yeah I noticed this as well during testing before -- long and short is they utilize Voxility for DDOS protection and in doing so they chose to do their peering to Frankfurt instead of directly in The Netherlands, so you do end up doing something like Location -> Germany -> Netherlands for all incoming traffic, adding about 15ms to the trip. Actually, it was the combination of this and the very low amount of bandwidth provided on packages that turned me off from considering this. As I think you were trying to suggest, with the added latency, it just doesn't seem like it's worth it.

      my 2 cents.

      Cheers!

      Thanked by 1fayaz90

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    • HostSlickHostSlick Member, Provider
      edited October 14

      Yes correct, Voxility routed it trough Frankfurt which added latency especially when under attack. Also ip range 5.253.86.0/24 was under attack alot last few days and this is also range which Fayaz90 VPS is in

      I just replied now as we were moving off from Voxility to Corero SmartWalls anyways as new DDoS Protection with 100Gbps anti-ddos together with our DC and this has been finished now

      Latency is now 1/3 of what it has used to be with Vox. Worldwide better latency.

      You might do a ping/tracert again

      Test IP
      Datacenter: Lelystad, Netherlands (Alticom Media Tower)
      Test File: 5.253.86.28/100mb.test
      Ping IP: 5.253.86.28

      Thanked by 2tgl fayaz90
    • manlivomanlivo Member
      edited October 15

      Hello! @HostSlick

      Do you check my ticket? #766596, I opened it since JULY 7TH, 2019.

    • HostSlickHostSlick Member, Provider

      @manlivo said:
      Hello! @HostSlick

      Do you check my ticket? #766596, I opened it since JULY 7TH, 2019.

      @manlivo said:
      Hello! @HostSlick

      Do you check my ticket? #766596, I opened it since JULY 7TH, 2019.

      Sorry. :) You should not be forgetten. normally this things don't happen here. I now have processed it immediately after seeing that!

    • @HostSlick said:
      Sorry. :) You should not be forgetten. normally this things don't happen here. I now have processed it immediately after seeing that!

      It's resolved Thanks!

    • So @HostSlick got in touch with me through PM to inform me that they weren't too happy about routing via Voxility either. They've switched to a Corero SmartWall appliance for DDoS filtering. Which means routing (from NL at least) is now very direct. As you'd expect, the latency is much lower.

      Tracing route to 5.253.86.28 over a maximum of 30 hops
      
        1     6 ms     4 ms     5 ms  10.31.21.18
        2    14 ms    15 ms    14 ms  xe-0-0-1.rt0.evo.nl.bandwidth.co.uk [80.249.212.219]
        3    10 ms     8 ms     7 ms  166.29.35.89.transit.zare.com [89.35.29.166]
        4     8 ms     9 ms     8 ms  5.253.86.28
      
    • HostSlickHostSlick Member, Provider

      @vyas11 said:
      PM'd @HostSlick

      Has been talked about in PM and i can confirm to everyone that Corero SmartWalls is now live and setup is fully done. Some things needed to be solved :wink:
      Now we see lower latency and better network overall :blush:

      Still got stock! IF there are any questions let us know!

      Thanked by 1vyas11
    • vyas11vyas11 Member
      edited 5:03AM

      Posting a quick update with a big :star: to @Hostslick. There was a dip in the network performance probably due to the initial hiccups in new firewall configuration. I was getting pings as high as 320 ms from Bengaluru, and some scripts (nench, for e.g.) were not working. VPS performance was fine though. All sorted out within max. 24 -30 hours, as of now pings have improved, all well. Super pleased with the response and responsiveness.

      Extracts results from nench.sh

      CPU: SHA256-hashing 500 MB
          5.240 seconds
      CPU: bzip2-compressing 500 MB
          8.257 seconds
      CPU: AES-encrypting 500 MB
          2.337 seconds
      
      ioping: seek rate
          min/avg/max/mdev = 151.6 us / 510.3 us / 24.2 ms / 957.8 us
      ioping: sequential read speed
          generated 3.30 k requests in 5.00 s, 825.2 MiB, 660 iops, 165.0 MiB/s
      
      dd: sequential write speed
          1st run:    598.91 MiB/s
          2nd run:    571.25 MiB/s
          3rd run:    595.09 MiB/s
          average:    588.42 MiB/s
      
      IPv4 speedtests
          your IPv4:    5.253.86.xxxx
      
          Cachefly CDN:         8.49 MiB/s
          Leaseweb (NL):        4.16 MiB/s
          Softlayer DAL (US):   0.29 MiB/s
          Online.net (FR):      2.01 MiB/s
          OVH BHS (CA):         0.96 MiB/s
      
      No IPv6 connectivity detected
      -------------------------------------------------
      
      -------------------------------------------------
       nench.sh v2019.07.20 -- https://git.io/nench.sh
       benchmark timestamp:    2019-10-17 05:02:50 UTC
      
      Thanked by 1uptime
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