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codelockcodelock Member
edited July 10 in Requests

So, due to lack of net neutrality laws in my country my isp can literally block access to anything they want. Recently they blocked duckduckgo and i think its enough.So i have finally decided to get a vps for vpn. While i am at it I would also love to do some torrenting on that vpn connection on my computer.
My bandwidth requirements are really small as My connection maxes out at 40mbps so anything like 1tb+ bandwidth and is good far more than i will exceed (am currently capped at 6gb of daily fup)....

My budget is around 20 usd/year is ? Is it enough or i need to increase it?

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  • codelockcodelock Member

    Also soory for really bad English. It is not my native language

  • Maybe share the name of your country? It will help others offer better locations, also we're curious where the Kingdom of Google is.

  • codelockcodelock Member
    edited July 10

    @SCAM_DONT_BUY said:
    Maybe share the name of your country? It will help others offer better locations, also we're curious where the Kingdom of Google is.

    "India"
    Also after backlash they had to revert the access to duckduckgo. Also i have use a local isp so it has not yet resumed the access.Most confusion arise because due to security reasons government doesn't have to give list of blacklisted domains so isps can literally block anything calling it a government order.

    Other sites blocked in past include reddit mega.nz all adult sites all web proxies like proxysite.com all torrent index sites etc.

    All file mirrors except Google drive at some point were blown

  • codelockcodelock Member

    Also did i mention various YouTube videos like disrespect by PewDiePie. Also i can only watch YouTube in only 480p on mobile due to covid stufg

  • codelockcodelock Member

    Also speaking about offers anything in Europe or sea region is acceptable.

    Also sorry for creating this many threads i am not used to this forums threads things

  • YmpkerYmpker Member

    Have you considered signing up with one of the popular lifetime VPN services (Keepsolid, Ivacy, FastesVPN..)? Starts from 15$ish for lifetime (FastestVPN; not the best though) and ranges up to 40$ish depending on sales. Keepsolid has been great lately. We have had members measuring some 300+ Mbit/s on that one so there shouldn't be a problem maxing your speed. Ivavy and Keepsolid have specific torrent servers.

  • codelockcodelock Member

    @Ympker said:
    Have you considered signing up with one of the popular lifetime VPN services (Keepsolid, Ivacy, FastesVPN..)? Starts from 15$ish for lifetime (FastestVPN; not the best though) and ranges up to 40$ish depending on sales. Keepsolid has been great lately. We have had members measuring some 300+ Mbit/s on that one so there shouldn't be a problem maxing your speed. Ivavy and Keepsolid have specific torrent servers.

    I have considered those but I hate waiting for long to connect to a vpn.Also i don't trust any of them for my data and many of thier ips are abused so i constantly get google re CAPTCHA verification and stuff speaking this with experience with Nord.

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  • YmpkerYmpker Member

    @codelock said:

    @Ympker said:
    Have you considered signing up with one of the popular lifetime VPN services (Keepsolid, Ivacy, FastesVPN..)? Starts from 15$ish for lifetime (FastestVPN; not the best though) and ranges up to 40$ish depending on sales. Keepsolid has been great lately. We have had members measuring some 300+ Mbit/s on that one so there shouldn't be a problem maxing your speed. Ivavy and Keepsolid have specific torrent servers.

    I have considered those but I hate waiting for long to connect to a vpn.Also i don't trust any of them for my data and many of thier ips are abused so i constantly get google re CAPTCHA verification and stuff speaking this with experience with Nord.

    With Windscribe VPN and Keepsolid I dont feel like running into recaptcha often, but I understand.

  • Yes. I have friends from India, they say freedom is limited over there & every thing is blocked in the name of culture & tradition. Domains from Indian sellers are very costly so they buy Hosting, domains & almost all digital stuff from non-indian providers.

  • ViridWebViridWeb Member, Provider
    edited July 10

    @vladimirlenin said:
    Yes. I have friends from India, they say freedom is limited over there & every thing is blocked in the name of culture & tradition. Domains from Indian sellers are very costly so they buy Hosting, domains & almost all digital stuff from non-indian providers.

    If you don't know anything then it's better to keep your mouth shut. There no restrictions in India.

    And @codelock which ISP you are using? I can easily access duckduckgo without any issue.

    Maybe it's time to change your ISP

    Edited: Also doing illegal stuff and copyright violation will always end with negative result no matter which country you are from.

    If you still want DMCA ignore host then try @cociu

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  • AC_FanAC_Fan Member

    @ViridWeb said:

    @vladimirlenin said:
    Yes. I have friends from India, they say freedom is limited over there & every thing is blocked in the name of culture & tradition. Domains from Indian sellers are very costly so they buy Hosting, domains & almost all digital stuff from non-indian providers.

    If you don't know anything then it's better to keep your mouth shut. There no restrictions in India.

    And @codelock which ISP you are using? I can easily access duckduckgo without any issue.

    Maybe it's time to change your ISP

    Edited: Also doing illegal stuff and copyright violation will always end with negative result no matter which country you are from.

    If you still want DMCA ignore host then try @cociu

    I don't wish to get into a non-technical debate on LowEndTalk, but "no restrictions in India"? Seriously, don't make us laugh.

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  • codelockcodelock Member
    edited July 10

    @ViridWeb said:

    @vladimirlenin said:
    Yes. I have friends from India, they say freedom is limited over there & every thing is blocked in the name of culture & tradition. Domains from Indian sellers are very costly so they buy Hosting, domains & almost all digital stuff from non-indian providers.

    If you don't know anything then it's better to keep your mouth shut. There no restrictions in India.

    And @codelock which ISP you are using? I can easily access duckduckgo without any issue.

    Maybe it's time to change your ISP

    Edited: Also doing illegal stuff and copyright violation will always end with negative result no matter which country you are from.

    If you still want DMCA ignore host then try @cociu

    https://www.reddit.com/r/india/comments/hjus1b/reverse_the_block_on_duckduckgo_we_wrote_to_the/?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share
    Ok i already stated the access is back.and are this people idiots?
    https://mobile.twitter.com/duckduckgo/status/1278288303532302336

    Basically keep your mouth shut if you don't know anything

    Edit: I thought you were calling me ignorant but ok.nevermind the harsh language

  • @ViridWeb said:
    If you don't know anything then it's better to keep your mouth shut. There no restrictions in India.

    You are very rude person. Character once lost can never be reverted back to normal.

    Anyways, here is a quick overview:

    1. Legal adult Porn websites are banned in India. Doesn't it violation of freedom??? Source: https://www.financialexpress.com/industry/technology/porn-ban-in-india-sparks-censorship-debate/113070/

    2. Domain names & other digital products have GST. So most of the Indians buy from Namecheap, Namesilo & other non-indian providers which is a big set back for India based businesses. Source: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/income-from-registering-domain-names-taxable/articleshow/63621238.cms

    3. Most of the providers. May be your company too sell services that are not located in India. Because it is not yet tech friendly to support the infrastructure. Source: https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/info-tech/india-losing-out-data-centre-business-to-small-nations/article23152064.ece

    Kindly, don't take my words in a negative sense. I just added proofs to my statements. Indians are very friendly people I <3 them. If you are Indian. Pls. behave respectfully on a public forum. Everything goes public. Cheers!!! :smile:

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  • ViridWebViridWeb Member, Provider
    edited July 10

    @vladimirlenin said:

    @ViridWeb said:
    If you don't know anything then it's better to keep your mouth shut. There no restrictions in India.

    You are very rude person. Character once lost can never be reverted back to normal.

    Anyways, here is a quick overview:

    1. Legal adult Porn websites are banned in India. Doesn't it violation of freedom??? Source: https://www.financialexpress.com/industry/technology/porn-ban-in-india-sparks-censorship-debate/113070/

    2. Domain names & other digital products have GST. So most of the Indians buy from Namecheap, Namesilo & other non-indian providers which is a big set back for India based businesses. Source: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/income-from-registering-domain-names-taxable/articleshow/63621238.cms

    3. Most of the providers. May be your company too sell services that are not located in India. Because it is not yet tech friendly to support the infrastructure. Source: https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/info-tech/india-losing-out-data-centre-business-to-small-nations/article23152064.ece

    Kindly, don't take my words in a negative sense. I just added proofs to my statements. Indians are very friendly people I <3 them. If you are Indian. Pls. behave respectfully on a public forum. Everything goes public. Cheers!!! :smile:

    Well I definitely agree with your 3rd point but not with other two.

    Yes India it's really not a Tech friendly country. And it's very difficult to grow.

    But for GST it's apply everywhere I think (If I'm not wrong). Example: If you are from EU and buying things from an EU company then you have to pay VAT. You can't bypass Taxes.

    And for Porn, most of the wired ISPs still do have access to these websites. But if you are using Internet from mobile then you can't get access to these websites from your telecom ISP

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  • ViridWebViridWeb Member, Provider

    @AC_Fan said:

    @ViridWeb said:

    @vladimirlenin said:
    Yes. I have friends from India, they say freedom is limited over there & every thing is blocked in the name of culture & tradition. Domains from Indian sellers are very costly so they buy Hosting, domains & almost all digital stuff from non-indian providers.

    If you don't know anything then it's better to keep your mouth shut. There no restrictions in India.

    And @codelock which ISP you are using? I can easily access duckduckgo without any issue.

    Maybe it's time to change your ISP

    Edited: Also doing illegal stuff and copyright violation will always end with negative result no matter which country you are from.

    If you still want DMCA ignore host then try @cociu

    I don't wish to get into a non-technical debate on LowEndTalk, but "no restrictions in India"? Seriously, don't make us laugh.

    I'm talking about the duckduckgo restriction claim by the OP. duckduckgo is accessible, even OP clearify

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  • codelockcodelock Member
    edited July 10

    @ViridWeb said:

    @vladimirlenin said:

    @ViridWeb said:
    If you don't know anything then it's better to keep your mouth shut. There no restrictions in India.

    You are very rude person. Character once lost can never be reverted back to normal.

    Anyways, here is a quick overview:

    1. Legal adult Porn websites are banned in India. Doesn't it violation of freedom??? Source: https://www.financialexpress.com/industry/technology/porn-ban-in-india-sparks-censorship-debate/113070/

    2. Domain names & other digital products have GST. So most of the Indians buy from Namecheap, Namesilo & other non-indian providers which is a big set back for India based businesses. Source: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/income-from-registering-domain-names-taxable/articleshow/63621238.cms

    3. Most of the providers. May be your company too sell services that are not located in India. Because it is not yet tech friendly to support the infrastructure. Source: https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/info-tech/india-losing-out-data-centre-business-to-small-nations/article23152064.ece

    Kindly, don't take my words in a negative sense. I just added proofs to my statements. Indians are very friendly people I <3 them. If you are Indian. Pls. behave respectfully on a public forum. Everything goes public. Cheers!!! :smile:

    Well I definitely agree with your 3rd point but not with other two.

    Yes India it's really not a Tech friendly country. And it's very difficult to grow.

    But for GST it's apply everywhere I think (If I'm not wrong). Example: If you are from EU and buying things from an EU company then you have to pay VAT. You can't bypass Taxes.

    And for Porn, most of the wired ISPs still do have access to these websites. But if you are using Internet from mobile then you can't get access to these websites from your telecom ISP

    Most != All
    And i dont have many other choices where i live and the government is to blame for not regulation open access to internet on all isps.

  • codelockcodelock Member

    @ViridWeb said:

    @AC_Fan said:

    @ViridWeb said:

    @vladimirlenin said:
    Yes. I have friends from India, they say freedom is limited over there & every thing is blocked in the name of culture & tradition. Domains from Indian sellers are very costly so they buy Hosting, domains & almost all digital stuff from non-indian providers.

    If you don't know anything then it's better to keep your mouth shut. There no restrictions in India.

    And @codelock which ISP you are using? I can easily access duckduckgo without any issue.

    Maybe it's time to change your ISP

    Edited: Also doing illegal stuff and copyright violation will always end with negative result no matter which country you are from.

    If you still want DMCA ignore host then try @cociu

    I don't wish to get into a non-technical debate on LowEndTalk, but "no restrictions in India"? Seriously, don't make us laugh.

    I'm talking about the duckduckgo restriction claim by the OP. duckduckgo is accessible, even OP clearify

    At some point it was "not"
    For 2 days

  • ViridWebViridWeb Member, Provider
    edited July 10

    @codelock said:

    @ViridWeb said:

    @AC_Fan said:

    @ViridWeb said:

    @vladimirlenin said:
    Yes. I have friends from India, they say freedom is limited over there & every thing is blocked in the name of culture & tradition. Domains from Indian sellers are very costly so they buy Hosting, domains & almost all digital stuff from non-indian providers.

    If you don't know anything then it's better to keep your mouth shut. There no restrictions in India.

    And @codelock which ISP you are using? I can easily access duckduckgo without any issue.

    Maybe it's time to change your ISP

    Edited: Also doing illegal stuff and copyright violation will always end with negative result no matter which country you are from.

    If you still want DMCA ignore host then try @cociu

    I don't wish to get into a non-technical debate on LowEndTalk, but "no restrictions in India"? Seriously, don't make us laugh.

    I'm talking about the duckduckgo restriction claim by the OP. duckduckgo is accessible, even OP clearify

    At some point it was "not"
    For 2 days

    Yes you are right. It's not accessible from Mobile ISP but I somehow manage to get access from our wired network.

    Anyway, try @cociu for DMCA vps. Or SumRando free vpn. Hope it will help you.. :smile:

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  • AK_KWHAK_KWH Member, Provider

    @HostSlick or @cociu maybe can help you to access duckduckgo

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  • Adam1Adam1 Member

    @vladimirlenin said: Legal adult Porn websites are banned in India.

    When I was in India earlier this year, I found pornhub to be blocked on some ISP's and not others, or it could have depended which state I was in. I cant remember, but it was annoying.

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  • HostSlickHostSlick Member, Provider

    @AK_KWH said:
    @HostSlick or @cociu maybe can help you to access duckduckgo

    @cociu will :smile:

  • raknazraknaz Member
    edited July 10

    using vpn with a dns leak protection is the easiest way. there are few available for 1500 inr, which does the job. keepsolid, fastestvpn, veepn . you wont find much of a waiting time in connecting, compared to when you host openvpn server. the average speeds are 10-50 Mbps

    if u want higher speeds (if ur internet speed is above 100 Mbps in india) , you might consider hosting openvpn because other paid vpns are costlier in this range

  • vimalwarevimalware Member
    edited July 10

    I don't know about DMCA ' lax' hosts other than maybe a kimsufi or scaleway cheap dedi.

    But you my fellow Indian friend should definitely pick up one of the limited launch special KVMs from Hostus (look at @alexanderm 's latest thread)
    A ryzen KVM in Singapore for $24/yr is INSANE deal. Stocks might disappear today.
    I bought one and it is blazing fast and excellent overall. (guaranteed lowest latency to closest non-indian popular CDN POP)

    Throw wireguard and/or openVPN on it and your internet privacy is safe from home country ISP/jurisdiction and censorship.
    Adult streaming is perfectly fine.

    Just do not engage in copyright violation on this VPS. (you'll lose your $24)

    My motto : do not shit where you eat.
    If you are going to use public torrents, wait until some good scaleway deal comes along or get a shared seedbox plan.

    Edit: don't worry too much about the data transfer. I have a 200GB fup from my ISP, and I rarely use more than 150GB on my vpn node vps. (you can turn off the VPN when downloading stuff overnight via sftp etc from seedbox, avoiding double encryption overhead and roundout routing to EU)

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  • Then there's a small KVM from @cociu for all your... Er Personal Entertainment needs. 😉

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  • 0xbkt0xbkt Member

    @vimalware said:
    I don't know about DMCA ' lax' hosts other than maybe a kimsufi or scaleway cheap dedi.

    Well, how is this possible with Online and its subsidiaries? Or OVH maybe. How come they don't give an eff about DMCA or other copyright claims?

  • vimalwarevimalware Member
    edited July 10

    @0xbkt said:

    @vimalware said:
    I don't know about DMCA ' lax' hosts other than maybe a kimsufi or scaleway cheap dedi.

    Well, how is this possible with Online and its subsidiaries? Or OVH maybe. How come they don't give an eff about DMCA or other copyright claims?

    Shh. No one knows. It just works out sometimes
    Edit : ovh enterprise brand is a completely different beast from the kimsufi. (hint)

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  • tjol5tjol5 Member
    edited July 10

    @codelock said:

    @Ympker said:
    Have you considered signing up with one of the popular lifetime VPN services (Keepsolid, Ivacy, FastesVPN..)? Starts from 15$ish for lifetime (FastestVPN; not the best though) and ranges up to 40$ish depending on sales. Keepsolid has been great lately. We have had members measuring some 300+ Mbit/s on that one so there shouldn't be a problem maxing your speed. Ivavy and Keepsolid have specific torrent servers.

    I have considered those but I hate waiting for long to connect to a vpn.Also i don't trust any of them for my data and many of thier ips are abused so i constantly get google re CAPTCHA verification and stuff speaking this with experience with Nord.

    (most?) datacenter IPs get blacklisted by google search, so you almost always get prompted for google.com reCAPTCHA all the time through your own VPS

    *if you leave your cookies intact, sometimes google learns and whitelists your cookie for google.com search(but not whitelisting the IP). if you clear cookie/incognito, reCAPTCHA again. no guarantees, unsure about other sites protected by reCAPTCHA, whether they participate in this cookie whitelisting

    for you, I'd recommend finding the closest geo-location (typically singapore, maybe europe) and find a cheap VPS there. ping/latency more important than raw speed

  • codelockcodelock Member

    @vimalware what are this scaleway and kimsufi ? Like i know they are big dedicated server providers but What do these deals cost because i have never seen and i am only looking at this hosting stuff since a week.

  • vimalwarevimalware Member
    edited July 10

    @codelock said:
    @vimalware what are this scaleway and kimsufi ? Like i know they are big dedicated server providers but What do these deals cost because i have never seen and i am only looking at this hosting stuff since a week.

    Ignore them for now. I just got lucky with a stupid 2 euro/m atom dedi.

    For now, your best bet for a VPS based solution is looking at @cociu's latest threads and comments.
    I believe there's a $12/15 /yr kvm special in there somewhere. Dmca is pretty ignored.

    Run rtinst(github project) script on a cociu ox and you now have personal use 'media seedbox' with roughly 80-100gb disk(I think).
    If you torrent a LOT, you can script some rsync task to move completed torrents to another pure storage VPS from Any reputable provider.

    Edit: for day-to-day internet vpn (office, work, leisure, unblocking sites),
    I suggest using a low latency SGP vps if you are serious about transport-layer security' Keep it connected 24/7 on all mobile devices to avoid/bypass all the ISP poisoning /snooping shenanigans.

    I assume you're just a regular law abiding citizen who's tired of the middleman meddling. (ediy:typed on phone. Ignore typos)

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  • codelockcodelock Member

    @tjol5 said:

    @codelock said:

    @Ympker said:
    Have you considered signing up with one of the popular lifetime VPN services (Keepsolid, Ivacy, FastesVPN..)? Starts from 15$ish for lifetime (FastestVPN; not the best though) and ranges up to 40$ish depending on sales. Keepsolid has been great lately. We have had members measuring some 300+ Mbit/s on that one so there shouldn't be a problem maxing your speed. Ivavy and Keepsolid have specific torrent servers.

    I have considered those but I hate waiting for long to connect to a vpn.Also i don't trust any of them for my data and many of thier ips are abused so i constantly get google re CAPTCHA verification and stuff speaking this with experience with Nord.

    (most?) datacenter IPs get blacklisted by google search, so you almost always get prompted for google.com reCAPTCHA all the time through your own VPS

    *if you leave your cookies intact, sometimes google learns and whitelists your cookie for google.com search(but not whitelisting the IP). if you clear cookie/incognito, reCAPTCHA again. no guarantees, unsure about other sites protected by reCAPTCHA, whether they participate in this cookie whitelisting

    for you, I'd recommend finding the closest geo-location (typically singapore, maybe europe) and find a cheap VPS there. ping/latency more important than raw speed

    Yea i am actually looking for a vps possibly in Europe or Singapore.btw I actually rented a nat vps in us because those were cheapest and most Europe regions were out of stock everywhere you would not believe but I never encountered a recaptacha and was even able to watch Netflix and Amazon prime on it yes Netflix us library . But,as you may realise us is really far from india i get like 240ms ping and i would never dare to torrent on it.

  • you can try to catch BuyVM Luxemburg location for $20/y. Many people say this is DMCA ignored

    p.s. cociu is not reliable and people that are suggested his service know that

  • codelockcodelock Member

    Also i dont know about this but do providers have problem with private trackers or just public trackers because i most use private trackers.

    @vimalware sorry for the ping

  • Setup a teeny tiny seedbox. Save your local router/phone cpu+battery.

    Sftp downloads/streaming are where it's at. Convenient /access from anywhere over https too. (assuming you used Rtinst)

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  • vimalwarevimalware Member
    edited July 10

    @codelock said:
    Also i dont know about this but do providers have problem with private trackers or just public trackers because i most use private trackers.

    @vimalware sorry for the ping

    In that case, you're golden my friend.(private torrents)
    grab an entry level storage KVM from @liteserver. There's a 25% coupon on their homepage.

    Comes to 3.75 eur/mo with 500gb storage.
    (excellent value considering current costs of dedicated ipv4 and raid10 disk; extra 9% off for annual)

    It can do triple duty as storage vps, seedbox, private vpn. Even a website.

    One of my platinum rated providers. I'm a fanboy. True network neutral provider.

    Friendly human support. Just don't be a di*k

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  • ViridWebViridWeb Member, Provider

    @codelock said:
    Also i dont know about this but do providers have problem with private trackers or just public trackers because i most use private trackers.

    @vimalware sorry for the ping

    In most cases provider do allow private trackers untill they received some complaints. But public tracker is not allow and strictly prohibited by most of providers.

    So if you are using private trackers then I don't think you will face any issue generally

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  • codelockcodelock Member
    edited July 10

    @vimalware said:

    @codelock said:
    Also i dont know about this but do providers have problem with private trackers or just public trackers because i most use private trackers.

    @vimalware sorry for the ping

    In that case, you're golden my friend.(private torrents)
    grab an entry level storage KVM from @liteserver. There's a 25% coupon on their homepage.

    Comes to 3.75 eur/mo with 500gb storage.
    (excellent value considering current costs of dedicated ipv4 and raid10 disk; extra 9% off for annual)

    It can do triple duty as storage vps, seedbox, private vpn. Even a website.

    One of my platinum rated providers. I'm a fanboy. True network neutral provider.

    Friendly human support. Just don't be a di*k

    It is way out of my budget maximum i can stretch to 25 euros. I don't need that much space also any other providers? Also what coupon are you talking about i don't see that anywhere on their homepage or order page

    Edit:at max i might need 50gb even 30 gb is fine

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  • vimalwarevimalware Member
    edited July 10

    Thanks for clarifying disk space requirements. I'm sure we can brainstorm something. It just isn't coming to me right now.

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  • @SpeedBus Asking for OP. Is 20-40mbit of occasional private torrent traffic OK on this $25 plan? (NO public trackers or DMCA complaints )
    I figure it's a small amount of burst traffic but I don't have personal experience with you. But I have heard great things.

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  • SpeedBusSpeedBus Member, Provider

    @vimalware said: @SpeedBus Asking for OP. Is 20-40mbit of occasional private torrent traffic OK on this $25 plan? (NO public trackers or DMCA complaints )

    Yep its fine :)

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  • HostSlickHostSlick Member, Provider

    Edit myself, got stock again on some that will fit you. Limited.

    ALso while i write this, i finished some minutes ago setting up new nodes.

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    1GB DDR3 ECC RAM
    50GB SSD-RAID10
    2TB Bandwidth
    1Gbit Uplink
    Complimentary Corero Anti-DDoS
    1x IPv4
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  • momkinmomkin Member

    @HostSlick said:
    Edit myself, got stock again on some that will fit you. Limited.

    ALso while i write this, i finished some minutes ago setting up new nodes.

    LowEnd Small Summer KVM I (2020)
    1vcore @ (Intel XEON E5)
    1GB DDR3 ECC RAM
    50GB SSD-RAID10
    2TB Bandwidth
    1Gbit Uplink
    Complimentary Corero Anti-DDoS
    1x IPv4
    /64 IPV6
    OS: Any Linux OS
    Virtualizor Control Panel

    Location: Lelystad, Netherlands
    https://hostslick.com/clients/cart.php?a=add&pid=240&currency=3

    you ignore DMCA ?

  • DevilDevil Member
    edited July 11

    Setup a teeny tiny seedbox. Save your local router/phone cpu+battery.

    Sftp downloads/streaming are where it's at. Convenient /access from anywhere over https too. (assuming you used Rtinst)

    I have seen better convenience and speeds with syncthing of late. Initial few mins are slow but then the magic is you let sync it to a local folder in the background and data transfer is e2ee. When adding a torrent you can choose where to save on your seedbox right then or later you can move the location so that it will start syncing with your home laptop's syncthing.

    @codelock Look no further. As vimal has said in another comment. LiteServer is just too good (next only to Time4VPS, at as per my experience of speed to my home laptop, before their price skyrocketed)

    I also use only private trackers (from India) and been setting up my own seedbox for last 7-8 years. rtinst is best - no cruft. installing syncthing is simple and so is wireguard setup. Almost all are one line commands or scripts.

    Ask @liteserver if they can do a cheaper 250GB box for you. Open a ticket or message them here.

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    Currently looking for a very very cheap (preferably 2-3 year pricing), and very very reliable/reputed, and very very low b/w, good CPU/RAM and very low storage KVM/SSD VPS for VPN and some tiny self-hosted apps like calendar, notes etc for strictly personal/individual use (will be very very very low).

  • France works great. Some hosts give one notice but ignore the rest.

  • 0xbkt0xbkt Member
    edited July 11

    @huntercop I'm asking this again, well, how? People claim Scaleway, Online, and OVH ignore DMCA and copyright infringement claims. These are all French companies. I just want to know.

  • My fellow OP. ;) Don't worry.

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  • @0xbkt said:
    @huntercop I'm asking this again, well, how? People claim Scaleway, Online, and OVH ignore DMCA and copyright infringement claims. These are all French companies. I just want to know.

    Assume I am wrong. Now carry on.

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  • @0xbkt said:
    @huntercop I'm asking this again, well, how? People claim Scaleway, Online, and OVH ignore DMCA and copyright infringement claims. These are all French companies. I just want to know.

    I have never received a notice. That is how well. I use kimsufi.

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  • 0xbkt0xbkt Member

    @vimalware said:
    Assume I am wrong. Now carry on.

    Yes, sir!

  • @codelock said:

    @Ympker said:
    Have you considered signing up with one of the popular lifetime VPN services (Keepsolid, Ivacy, FastesVPN..)? Starts from 15$ish for lifetime (FastestVPN; not the best though) and ranges up to 40$ish depending on sales. Keepsolid has been great lately. We have had members measuring some 300+ Mbit/s on that one so there shouldn't be a problem maxing your speed. Ivavy and Keepsolid have specific torrent servers.

    I have considered those but I hate waiting for long to connect to a vpn.Also i don't trust any of them for my data and many of thier ips are abused so i constantly get google re CAPTCHA verification and stuff speaking this with experience with Nord.

    I though you use duck duck go. Not Google

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