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Looking For: Voxility Game DDoS Protected Dedicated Server in Germany

sezingsezing Member

Hi,

We need i9 or i9 like processor dedicated servers in Germany. We host game servers so we need high DDoS protection. We use Voxility in other locations and we are happy with it.

We want to work with a company that has a good technical support.

Looking for recommendations.

Thank you.

Comments

  • pikepike Member
    edited March 8

    Voxility usually creates packetloss, especially for UDP based gameservers.
    Go for OVH Game or PHP-Friends, they use Arbor Peakflow.
    If you really want Voxility, BuyVM Luxembourg offers that for example.

  • stefemanstefeman Member
    edited March 8

    @pike said:
    If you really want Voxility, BuyVM Luxembourg offers that for example.

    They use magic transit now.

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  • marvelmarvel Member without signature

    I agree OVH game would be better. Just get a Ryzen in Frankfurt.

  • sezingsezing Member

    @marvel said:
    I agree OVH game would be better. Just get a Ryzen in Frankfurt.

    I don't want to pay Server setup fees which is 88 dollar

  • seriesnseriesn Member, Provider

    @sezing said:

    @marvel said:
    I agree OVH game would be better. Just get a Ryzen in Frankfurt.

    I don't want to pay Server setup fees which is 88 dollar

    Signup with annual contract ?

  • You give a look to hetzner.com. They have Core™ i9-9900K Octa-Core in 64 euro.

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  • sezingsezing Member

    @Hello_World said:
    You give a look to hetzner.com. They have Core™ i9-9900K Octa-Core in 64 euro.

    hetzner does not have a ddos protection

  • go with ip-projects

  • dfroedfroe Member, Provider

    @sezing said: hetzner does not have a ddos protection

    Depends on who you ask.
    https://www.hetzner.com/unternehmen/ddos-schutz

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  • ClouviderClouvider Member, Provider

    How could we help in Frankfurt ?

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  • martynsmartyns Member
    edited March 9

    Go with Living Bots :)
    One of best Anti DDoS Protections out there and located in Germany :)
    you surely won't regret it

    If you really want voxility which is shit for UDP Games as also for everything and could be downed with 100 mbit/s, https://active-servers.com they are using Voxility in Germany location, having i7, i9, newest AMD Ryzen processor and Xeon ones

  • stefemanstefeman Member
    edited March 9

    @martyns said:
    Go with Living Bots :)
    One of best Anti DDoS Protections out there and located in Germany :)
    you surely won't regret it

    If you really want voxility which is shit for UDP Games as also for everything and could be downed with 100 mbit/s, https://active-servers.com they are using Voxility in Germany location, having i7, i9, newest AMD Ryzen processor and Xeon ones

    living-bots uses firstcolo for anti-ddos.
    go with unesty instead. thats Link11 + Corero.

  • martynsmartyns Member

    Please don't write nonsense on which you don't know not a thing. :)
    Living Bots are having own DDoS Protection and its working awesome, they only have electricity from First Colo

  • martynsmartyns Member
    edited March 9

    Btw Link11 is shit :) downed with ease with simple ts3init attack, they don't have filters like they wrote on their site for same attacks happening more time

  • stefemanstefeman Member
    edited March 9

    nothing is perfect. my own experience in hosting TS3 server in living-bots was horrendous. Almost any TCP attack I received killed it.

  • martynsmartyns Member

    Didn't even say that is perfect but is far better than vox or ovh, btw tcp isn't problem at all if you configure your firewall with iptables :).
    And owner surely filter every attack easy and fast, its not like other resellers to wait few days to filter stupid attack

  • @sezing said:

    @Hello_World said:
    You give a look to hetzner.com. They have Core™ i9-9900K Octa-Core in 64 euro.

    hetzner does not have a ddos protection

    How would they still be in business if they didn't? Thats just an absurd comment.

    Thanked by 1Hetzner_OL
  • Hello_WorldHello_World Member
    edited March 10

    @MadRabbit said:

    @sezing said:

    @Hello_World said:
    You give a look to hetzner.com. They have Core™ i9-9900K Octa-Core in 64 euro.

    hetzner does not have a ddos protection

    How would they still be in business if they didn't? Thats just an absurd comment.

    They do have DDOS protection. I have I server in finland running with them. Someone DDOS my server, they do ddos mitigation.

    Thanked by 1Hetzner_OL
  • sezingsezing Member

    @MadRabbit said:

    @sezing said:

    @Hello_World said:
    You give a look to hetzner.com. They have Core™ i9-9900K Octa-Core in 64 euro.

    hetzner does not have a ddos protection

    How would they still be in business if they didn't? Thats just an absurd comment.

    they don't have a ddos protection I looking for.

  • sezingsezing Member

    @martyns said:
    Go with Living Bots :)
    One of best Anti DDoS Protections out there and located in Germany :)
    you surely won't regret it

    If you really want voxility which is shit for UDP Games as also for everything and could be downed with 100 mbit/s, https://active-servers.com they are using Voxility in Germany location, having i7, i9, newest AMD Ryzen processor and Xeon ones

    active-servers has poor support. They still did not reply to my tickets.

  • ClouviderClouvider Member, Provider

    Does it must be Voxility ? We find Corero far more superior ?

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  • sezingsezing Member

    @Clouvider said:
    Does it must be Voxility ? We find Corero far more superior?

    We tested many providers. Every time we switch from one to another host we lost players and money that is why don't want to try new providers.

    We have a really big gamer community so we are under attack every hour. Attacks methods are different so we need good technical support to help us. I don't want to be a burden to you.

  • Tr33nTr33n Member

    martyns said: Go with Living Bots :)
    One of best Anti DDoS Protections out there and located in Germany
    you surely won't regret it

    If you really want voxility which is shit for UDP Games as also for everything and could be downed with 100 mbit/s,

    Even your first comment is about "Living Bots", these First-Colo resellers with alleged own filters: https://www.lowendtalk.com/profile/comments/martyns

    Either you do this on purpose to make Living-Bots look bad, or you are actually the owner and behave like a child.

    First-Colo is btw the shittiest datacenter I have ever dealt with. These remote hands rip-off artists.

  • CConnerCConner Member, Provider

    @Clouvider said:
    Does it must be Voxility ? We find Corero far more superior ?

    Can confirm. Corero > everything else

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  • martynsmartyns Member

    @Tr33n said:

    martyns said: Go with Living Bots :)
    One of best Anti DDoS Protections out there and located in Germany
    you surely won't regret it

    If you really want voxility which is shit for UDP Games as also for everything and could be downed with 100 mbit/s,

    Even your first comment is about "Living Bots", these First-Colo resellers with alleged own filters: https://www.lowendtalk.com/profile/comments/martyns

    Either you do this on purpose to make Living-Bots look bad, or you are actually the owner and behave like a child.

    First-Colo is btw the shittiest datacenter I have ever dealt with. These remote hands rip-off artists.

    Okay no more, shut your mouth on smh you don't know, Im not the owner

  • martynsmartyns Member

    @sezing said:

    @Clouvider said:
    Does it must be Voxility ? We find Corero far more superior?

    We tested many providers. Every time we switch from one to another host we lost players and money that is why don't want to try new providers.

    We have a really big gamer community so we are under attack every hour. Attacks methods are different so we need good technical support to help us. I don't want to be a burden to you.

    Sezing go with living bots, listen to me. Owner is far more than good technical supporter

  • stefemanstefeman Member
    edited March 10

    You sound like a fucking idiot. Nice shill for living bots.

    If you dont have arguments to respond back, then shut up yourself instead of calling bs on others.

    PS: Oliver is an imcompetent douche. I would never recommend anyone to do any business with him or his minions.

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  • stefemanstefeman Member
    edited March 10

    Ohh, looking closer isin't it the sweet Martin S from r4p3.net/ciphers.pw cracked TS3 community? Hows your friend Oliver nowdays? Do you still have that contract where you advertise his services in various underground forums for a fixed commission?

    Or were you promoted to a support agent already?

    Thanked by 1Tr33n
  • martynsmartyns Member

    Okay if you say so.
    Than go with Link11, shit which goes down with every attack

  • @martyns said:
    Okay if you say so.
    Than go with Link11, shit which goes down with every attack

    Hes going with Voxility. I don't think anyone will change his mind on that.

  • martynsmartyns Member

    Vox is also bad but ok, I just gave my opinion.
    I don't have nothing to do with Livingbots, Im just their happy customer

  • PieHasBeenEatenPieHasBeenEaten Member, Moderator

    You'll wanna sword fight? I swear my dick is smaller.

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  • sezingsezing Member

    still looking for one.

  • o_be_oneo_be_one Member
    edited May 1

    Per experience in gaming (i've my own since 10 years), Voxility is really bad with UDP. It's a real filter so you even get packet loss when you are under attack, ton of packet loss that time out all your players. Their filter is not evolved enough for that.

    OVH Game anti-ddos has proven multiple time how good it is, also for well known games they help to enhance the protection if requested ; but if it didn't change since few years they may lack employees that are dedicated to this.

    NFOservers as also a good reputation with anti-ddos protection but their cap limit is a bit to low.

    I'm now curious with the new ddos protection from CloudFlare BuyVM is using!

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  • ClouviderClouvider Member, Provider

    @sezing said:
    still looking for one.

    Does it still have to be Voxility?

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  • RickBakkrRickBakkr Member, LIR
    edited May 2

    I think https://meerfarbig.net/ does Voxility, might want to inquire them. (https://meerfarbig.net/ddos-mitigation/)

    Clouvider said: Does it still have to be Voxility?

    Assuming this is the same solution Dom deployed in AMS, it seems to do a great job. When last week their detection triggered for one of my customers, other than a slightly increased latency (a backhaul to a Corero elsewhere or just processing maybe?) to one specific IP, I didn't notice anything - in fact, it is the latency that I had noticed - no downtime or clogging of our big fat 10G pipes :)

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  • AlexJonesAlexJones Member
    edited May 5

    @martyns said:
    Didn't even say that is perfect but is far better than vox or ovh, btw tcp isn't problem at all if you configure your firewall with iptables :).
    And owner surely filter every attack easy and fast, its not like other resellers to wait few days to filter stupid attack

    Living bots is owned by some sketchy kid as with many anti ddos services. Looks like the Rona hurt some businesses more.
    Regarding vox, if you really want them for a game server just go ahead and waste your time.

  • vingohostvingohost Member

    I think that ramnode uses voxility.

  • asasdasasd Member

    I would be honored if someone with more knowledge could explain how DDoS protection works for un-cachable latency sensitive stuff like game servers. It all seems snake oil to me.

    I haven't seen a real DDoS attack on game servers for a long time. Only small application specific DoS attacks which could be easily filtered with the right firewall rules.

  • asasd said: I would be honored if someone with more knowledge could explain how DDoS protection works for un-cachable latency sensitive stuff like game servers. It all seems snake oil to me.

    Think of DDoS protection as the oposite of a DDoS network. Essentially, (In the case of DDoS mitigation), the attacker might send out a 1gbps attack. If a network is 1gbps, once all of that network is in use from the attack, it will stop working. DDoS mitigation essentially has a large, highly-redundant network, that has a varying capacity depending on how powerful it is. In most cases you will be proxied into this network on your own dedicated IP. So it will of course add some latancy, but it's just a matter of having a relatively close system to the servers housing the protection.
    That is just to the best of my understanding, so if I am incorrect please do correct me.

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