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    Looking for a server with at least 8GB Ram

    Ram:8GB+

    Disk:100GB or bigger

    Network: at least 1 Gbps

    Bandwidth: Unmetered

    Location: ANY

    Price:Less than 10 euros / month

    KVM virtualization or Dedicated server

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    • Netcup, contabo, maybe Wishosting

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    • @Turboooo said:
      Netcup, contabo, maybe Wishosting

      Thank you. Contabo's 8GB package is only with 200Mbps Bandwidth. Netcup is a good choice. I'll check wishosting later.

    • SmartHostSmartHost Member, Provider
      edited February 12

      What is your actual bandwidth allocation requirement?
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    • cociucociu Member, Provider

      wycrow said: Network: at least 1 Gbps

      Bandwidth: Unmetered

      at least 1gbps also unmetered for less eur/mo , is ok if will be deployed with unmetered local traffic ? this mean your ipv4 will be something 192.168.1.1 and we can do in this case 10gbps port speed.

    • @SmartHost said:
      What is your actual bandwidth allocation requirement?
      .

      In fact I don't need a lot of traffic every month, I'm not a noisy neighbor. I just don’t want to occasionally be down for downloading several T files sometime. Usually my traffic usage is about 1 ~ 5T per month. No unmetered will make me worry-free

    • @cociu said:

      wycrow said: Network: at least 1 Gbps

      Bandwidth: Unmetered

      at least 1gbps also unmetered for less eur/mo , is ok if will be deployed with unmetered local traffic ? this mean your ipv4 will be something 192.168.1.1 and we can do in this case 10gbps port speed.

      I have used your company's server, but there is no AES instruction set. You know that GCM, the most efficient TLS encryption method today, relies on the aes instruction set. So anyway, thanks.

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