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    Rootserver VS2-free from euserv.com

    Info from euserv.com

    The root server model "VS2-free" is based on the new container-based vServer platform from EUserv and offers hosting in a virtualized Linux environment with full root rights and all associated advantages of your own server.
    The model "VS2-free" can be used free of charge in the basic version with IPv6 and is ideal for testing, as a development environment or as the basis for creating larger and growing systems.

    https://www.euserv.com/en/virtual-private-server/root-vserver/v2/vs2-free.php?pk_campaign=NL-DE

    good luck in testing your server :)

    Comments

    • Thank for sharing!

    • I guess it was posted earlier as well
      Anyway at that time when i rebooted server it was stuck in processing status in thuer control panel still in same status today. so i wouldn't waste time fiddling around better get NAT with port forwarded or mini vps

      “The Mitigation is Spotless.” - Genius Guard, October 2016

    • good share.

    • nice post :wink:

    • Here`s a Bench

      System Info

      Processor : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1230 V2 @ 3.30GHz
      CPU Cores : 1
      Frequency : 1889.025 MHz
      Memory : 976 MB
      Swap : 976 MB
      Uptime : 42 min,

      OS : Debian GNU/Linux 9 (stretch)
      Arch : x86_64 (64 Bit)
      Kernel : 4.20.8-1.el7.elrepo.x86_64
      Hostname :

      Speedtest (IPv6 only)

      Your public IPv6 is

      Location Provider Speed
      Atlanta, GA, US QuadraNET 8,45MB/s
      Dallas, TX, US Linode 4,20MB/s
      Newark, NJ, US Linode 25,0MB/s
      Fremont, CA, US Linode 3,90MB/s
      Chicago, IL, US Steadfast 8,03MB/s
      Tokyo, Japan Linode 3,06MB/s
      Singapore Linode 10,3MB/s

      Frankfurt, Germany Linode 80,9MB/s
      London, UK Linode 67,1MB/s
      Haarlem, Netherlands Leaseweb 75,3MB/s

      Disk Speed

      I/O (1st run) : 133 MB/s
      I/O (2nd run) : 119 MB/s
      I/O (3rd run) : 9 MB/s
      Average I/O : 87 MB/s or .08 GB/s

      Thanked by 1Ganonk
    • only one month free

    • Thank you they activated me after 3 hours, everything is already up and running .

      I wonder if there's a time limit for these machines.

    • @Ganonk said:
      only one month free

      Or a monthly billing cycle of $0..

      Thanked by 1Ganonk
    • edoarudo5edoarudo5 Member
      edited February 5

      Thank you for sharing this. Free is always good. :)

    • GanonkGanonk Member
      edited February 5

      anyone can help me, How to access shell ipv6 to login?

      becauce at my country only ipv4

    • RecDRecD Member

      @Ganonk said:
      anyone can help me, How to access shell ipv6 to login?

      becauce at my country only ipv4

      You need a jump host which has both IPv4 connection and IPv6 connection.
      Recommend Vultr and DO, they charge hourly.

      Or use the Free IPv6 Tunnel provided by HE
      https://tunnelbroker.net/

      Thanked by 1Ganonk

      Comfy with Virmach

    • farsighterfarsighter Member
      edited February 5

      @Ganonk said:
      anyone can help me, How to access shell ipv6 to login?

      becauce at my country only ipv4

      Easiest way would be to install the package 'miredo' on ANOTHER Linux VPS (or a VM on your PC ) then connect from there.

      #apt-get install miredo
      It should start working automatically after installation. no configuration needed.

      You can control it using:
      #service miredo start/stop/restart
      (Or equivalent on Centos)

      Miredo uses Teredo tunneling Google it for more info

    • @RecD said:

      @Ganonk said:
      anyone can help me, How to access shell ipv6 to login?

      becauce at my country only ipv4

      You need a jump host which has both IPv4 connection and IPv6 connection.
      Recommend Vultr and DO, they charge hourly.

      Or use the Free IPv6 Tunnel provided by HE
      https://tunnelbroker.net/

      OK thanks you,, my problem has been solved

    • GanonkGanonk Member
      edited February 5

      @farsighter said:

      @Ganonk said:
      anyone can help me, How to access shell ipv6 to login?

      becauce at my country only ipv4

      Easiest way would be to install the package 'miredo' on ANOTHER Linux VPS (or a VM on your PC ) then connect from there.

      #apt-get install miredo
      It should start working automatically after installation. no configuration needed.

      You can control it using:
      #service miredo start/stop/restart
      (Or equivalent on Centos)

      Miredo uses Teredo tunneling Google it for more info

      OK thanks for your attentions..

      i'm using command ssh [email protected]

    • xaocxaoc Member

      Socks proxy should work just fine.

      Thanked by 1Ganonk

      So Say We All

    • snapper100snapper100 Member
      edited February 10

      Windows have teredo (miredo on windows) tunneling as builtin since winxp

      Teredo can be enabled with:
      netsh interface ipv6 set teredo default (Source: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teredo#Microsoft_Windows)

      After this you can use putty to access your virtual server.
      The fastest way is to use the full server name
      srv[yourid].blue.kundencontroller.de

      Source:
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teredo_tunneling
      https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teredo#Microsoft_Windows

      Thanked by 1Ganonk
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