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    Looking for three vm boxes for self DNS hosting

    They should be in different locations, one is in Asia, one is EU, one is North America.

    The network connection among them should be good.

    They must allow DNS running, UDP 53 port is opened, if DC has DDOS protection it would be good.

    Each with 512 memory, 10G SSD disk, one core. Bandwidth bytes are not required.

    Expect to be paid by yearly, no more than 100 USD totally . Expect the provider not to 跑路 fastly.

    Thank you.

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    • JordJord Moderator, Provider

      Use Vultr

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    • seriesnseriesn Member, Provider

      @jpeng said:
      They should be in different locations, one is in Asia, one is EU, one is North America.

      The network connection among them should be good.

      They must allow DNS running, UDP 53 port is opened, if DC has DDOS protection it would be good.

      Each with 512 memory, 10G SSD disk, one core. Bandwidth bytes are not required.

      Expect to be paid by yearly, no more than 100 USD totally . Expect the provider not to 跑路 fastly.

      Thank you.

      What's up boss!
      https://nexusbytes.com/cart.php?a=add&pid=18

      Europe and NA, got you covered :)

      Thanked by 1jpeng
    • Well, if you wanna go cheap, wait for offers.
      Right now it likely costs you 20$/y or more per VM but if you be patient surely you can get cheaper.

      Thanked by 1jpeng
    • HM-MichaelHM-Michael Member, Provider
      edited February 10

      @jpeng said:
      They should be in different locations, one is in Asia, one is EU, one is North America.

      The network connection among them should be good.

      They must allow DNS running, UDP 53 port is opened, if DC has DDOS protection it would be good.

      Each with 512 memory, 10G SSD disk, one core. Bandwidth bytes are not required.

      Expect to be paid by yearly, no more than 100 USD totally . Expect the provider not to 跑路 fastly.

      Thank you.

      I can do this for you in both Tampa, FL, US and London, UK. Please see https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/162856/hostmaxim-grand-opening-sale-extended-premium-kvm-vps-hosting-in-tampa-fl-and-london-uk for pricing.

      Thanked by 1jpeng

      HostMaxim - Quality KVM VPS' hosted in Tampa, FL and London, UK

    • FrankZFrankZ Member
      edited February 10

      A good options for self-hosted DNS is BuyVM.net You can set up anycast in one EU (LU) and two US (NY & LV) locations for $60 a year (3x$20). If you can find them in stock. Check around the 7th of the month for new stock.

    • rm_rm_ Member
      edited February 10

      I wonder do you really not have a single other VPS or dedi currently. If you do, then just add DNS to those, should be no need for a sole purpose DNS box, let alone three.

    • Sorry but why not just use ClouDNS?

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    • @FrankZ said:
      A good options for self-hosted DNS is BuyVM.net You can set up anycast in one EU (LU) and two US (NY & LV) locations for $60 a year (3x$20). If you can find them in stock. Check around the 7th of the month for new stock.

      Quite special: They're offering Anycast IPs!

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    • @FrankZ said:
      A good options for self-hosted DNS is BuyVM.net You can set up anycast in one EU (LU) and two US (NY & LV) locations for $60 a year (3x$20). If you can find them in stock. Check around the 7th of the month for new stock.

      buyvm just rejected my orders due to I am using a VPN.

    • @thedp said:
      Sorry but why not just use ClouDNS?

      I know cloudns, cloudflare, dnsmadeeasy, dnsimple ... they are excellent.
      but I want to test everything by myself. dns, storage, database etc.

    • webdevwebdev Member
      edited February 11

      for testing, best choice would be cloud provider, hourly bill, multi location...

      DO/Vultr all has 2 month free credit

      Thanked by 1jpeng
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    • @jpeng would you be interested in taking my 12 euro/yr terrahost VPS in norway? LXC 256mb ram/512mb swap/15gb disk/500 gb bw. Got it a couple of days back only in haste but have no use for it.

    • manlivomanlivo Member
      edited February 11

      Vultr with 100$ Credit, DO, Linode

    • @jpeng said:

      @FrankZ said:
      A good options for self-hosted DNS is BuyVM.net You can set up anycast in one EU (LU) and two US (NY & LV) locations for $60 a year (3x$20). If you can find them in stock. Check around the 7th of the month for new stock.

      buyvm just rejected my orders due to I am using a VPN.

      You need a VPS with a desktop. Then you can VPN to this VPS and just use it like your desktop. Then you won't look like a VPN risk.

    • HM-MichaelHM-Michael Member, Provider

      @TimboJones said:

      @jpeng said:

      @FrankZ said:
      A good options for self-hosted DNS is BuyVM.net You can set up anycast in one EU (LU) and two US (NY & LV) locations for $60 a year (3x$20). If you can find them in stock. Check around the 7th of the month for new stock.

      buyvm just rejected my orders due to I am using a VPN.

      You need a VPS with a desktop. Then you can VPN to this VPS and just use it like your desktop. Then you won't look like a VPN risk.

      That won't help. Most fraud detection systems look for the IP address. Just stick with legitimate providers and turn off your VPN for a minute to place the order.

      HostMaxim - Quality KVM VPS' hosted in Tampa, FL and London, UK

    • securebitsecurebit Member
      edited February 12

      Do you want to use Anycast to connect them?

      We offer small vps in EU (Switzerland, Germany and United Kingdom) starting at 5 CHF/month with BGP IP-Transit and Internet Exchange Ports included. Also IP Subnets starting at 1.25 CHF/month per /44 for example.

      If you need help running a anycast network, feel free to ask ;)
      We can also assist here.

      Securebit AG is an ISP in Switzerland provide VPS and Colocation with Internet Exchange connection to 4IXP, SBIX, DE-CIX, etc.. (www.securebit.ch). We also provide a free Tunnelbroker.ch Service with BGP Dual Stack.

    • I have a hostus OpenVZ Singapore server lying around. Spec:

      512MB RAM
      512MB vSwap
      15GB SSD Disk Space
      1 vCPU Core (Fair Share)
      750GB Bandwidth
      1Gbps port
      35$/yr

      Expired on Apr 2020. Please let me know if interested

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    • @HM-Michael said:

      @TimboJones said:

      @jpeng said:

      @FrankZ said:
      A good options for self-hosted DNS is BuyVM.net You can set up anycast in one EU (LU) and two US (NY & LV) locations for $60 a year (3x$20). If you can find them in stock. Check around the 7th of the month for new stock.

      buyvm just rejected my orders due to I am using a VPN.

      You need a VPS with a desktop. Then you can VPN to this VPS and just use it like your desktop. Then you won't look like a VPN risk.

      That won't help. Most fraud detection systems look for the IP address. Just stick with legitimate providers and turn off your VPN for a minute to place the order.

      In practice, I've yet to experience an issue. It will definitely help. You'll note, these systems specifically say no VPN's but no mention of VPS.

    • HM-MichaelHM-Michael Member, Provider

      @TimboJones said:

      @HM-Michael said:

      @TimboJones said:

      @jpeng said:

      @FrankZ said:
      A good options for self-hosted DNS is BuyVM.net You can set up anycast in one EU (LU) and two US (NY & LV) locations for $60 a year (3x$20). If you can find them in stock. Check around the 7th of the month for new stock.

      buyvm just rejected my orders due to I am using a VPN.

      You need a VPS with a desktop. Then you can VPN to this VPS and just use it like your desktop. Then you won't look like a VPN risk.

      That won't help. Most fraud detection systems look for the IP address. Just stick with legitimate providers and turn off your VPN for a minute to place the order.

      In practice, I've yet to experience an issue. It will definitely help. You'll note, these systems specifically say no VPN's but no mention of VPS.

      True. I've noticed it helps if the VPN is reasonably close to your billing address, and is dedicated to only your traffic (so yes, a VPS would be the way to go).

      HostMaxim - Quality KVM VPS' hosted in Tampa, FL and London, UK

    • @HM-Michael said:

      @TimboJones said:

      @HM-Michael said:

      @TimboJones said:

      @jpeng said:

      @FrankZ said:
      A good options for self-hosted DNS is BuyVM.net You can set up anycast in one EU (LU) and two US (NY & LV) locations for $60 a year (3x$20). If you can find them in stock. Check around the 7th of the month for new stock.

      buyvm just rejected my orders due to I am using a VPN.

      You need a VPS with a desktop. Then you can VPN to this VPS and just use it like your desktop. Then you won't look like a VPN risk.

      That won't help. Most fraud detection systems look for the IP address. Just stick with legitimate providers and turn off your VPN for a minute to place the order.

      In practice, I've yet to experience an issue. It will definitely help. You'll note, these systems specifically say no VPN's but no mention of VPS.

      True. I've noticed it helps if the VPN is reasonably close to your billing address, and is dedicated to only your traffic (so yes, a VPS would be the way to go).

      True. I am fairly close to the VPS' in my case. That definitely looks better than around the world.

    • TimboJones said: In practice, I've yet to experience an issue. It will definitely help. You'll note, these systems specifically say no VPN's but no mention of VPS.

      But in practice they notice the IP as a data center IP rather than a residential IP and boom! :(

      Been there done that.

      Recommended providers: BuyVM - MXroute - LunaNode - Forpsi - IntoVPS

    • SmartHostSmartHost Member, Provider

      We can do this on three KVM NVME Linux VPS for $88.50/year total for you.
      One in EU, one in US East Coast, one in US West Coast.

      Each VPS:
      10GB NVME SSD Disk Space
      1GB RAM
      1000GB Bandwidth
      1 vCPU Threads
      1 IPv4 Address ($1/Per Additional IPV4)
      1 IPv6 Address* (Free Additonal IPv6 upon request, up to /64)
      SolusVM Control Panel
      Fully Customizable Resources
      CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, Fedora, & more...

      DATA CENTER DETAILS

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    • @alento said:

      TimboJones said: In practice, I've yet to experience an issue. It will definitely help. You'll note, these systems specifically say no VPN's but no mention of VPS.

      But in practice they notice the IP as a data center IP rather than a residential IP and boom! :(

      Been there done that.

      For Netflix, yes, for signing up with a VPS provider? Likely, no.

    • @SmartHost said:
      We can do this on three KVM NVME Linux VPS for $88.50/year total for you.
      One in EU, one in US East Coast, one in US West Coast.

      Each VPS:
      10GB NVME SSD Disk Space
      1GB RAM
      1000GB Bandwidth
      1 vCPU Threads
      1 IPv4 Address ($1/Per Additional IPV4)
      1 IPv6 Address* (Free Additonal IPv6 upon request, up to /64)
      SolusVM Control Panel
      Fully Customizable Resources
      CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, Fedora, & more...

      DATA CENTER DETAILS

      ORDER NOW

      ~ SMARTHOST

      Thanks, let me check it.

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