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Request a Vancouver VPS

Ed_ChdEd_Chd Member
edited September 16 in Requests

Hello! I'm looking for a Vancouver VPS. At least 1TB monthly transfer. And the server must have acceptable speed and latency in Iran, Uganda and Mainland China.

VZ Type: KVM
RAM: At least 512MB
Disk Space: At least 10 GB
Disk Type: HDD / SSD / NVMe
Bandwidth: At least 1TB per month
Port Speed: At least 100Mbps
DDoS Protection: It doesn't matter
Number of IPs: 1 IPv4. IPv4 & IPv6 is better.
Location: Vancouver, Canada
Budget: 4 USD/monthly
Billing period: Monthly, quarterly, semi-annually

Comments

  • SplitIceSplitIce Member, Provider

    You do realize how far Vancouver is from your target locations right?

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  • @SplitIce said:
    You do realize how far Vancouver is from your target locations right?

    Of course.
    Currently I tested the Vancouver looking glass from VPS.net, and it perfectly fit the latency and speed requirements, but it is beyond my budget.

  • LordSpockLordSpock Member, Provider

    Vancouver will be hard to come by, especially within your budget.

    OneProvider's "OneCloud" offer a Vancouver, BC location - but perhaps Seattle would be better what you want, could you try the same tests to Seattle, It's only ~150 miles away.

    Thanked by 1Ed_Chd
  • dfroedfroe Member, Provider

    Basically @freerangecloud could be worth to try.
    They are offer services directly out of Vancouver.
    LG: http://van.lg.freerangecloud.com

    I would definitely recommend them, great people, great service. :)
    However they are currently encountering some issues with the customer area so I am not sure whether/how they are accepting new orders right now.
    But if your tests with their looking glass look promising, feel free to contact them.

    Thanked by 1Ed_Chd

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  • @LordSpock said:
    Vancouver will be hard to come by, especially within your budget.

    OneProvider's "OneCloud" offer a Vancouver, BC location - but perhaps Seattle would be better what you want, could you try the same tests to Seattle, It's only ~150 miles away.

    Thanks, but we are targeting just Canada right now...
    We already got a VPS in Los Angeles for United States, so we think that might be enough.

  • @dfroe said:
    Basically @freerangecloud could be worth to try.
    They are offer services directly out of Vancouver.
    LG: http://van.lg.freerangecloud.com

    I would definitely recommend them, great people, great service. :)
    However they are currently encountering some issues with the customer area so I am not sure whether/how they are accepting new orders right now.
    But if your tests with their looking glass look promising, feel free to contact them.

    Thank you very much! The latency seems to be meeting our requirements, thus we are going to test network speed in the mentioned three locations.

  • They are a little bit away from Vancouver but you could try https://www.lunanode.com/

  • Toronto and Vancouver a little bit away from each other? LOL

  • @LordSpock said:
    Vancouver will be hard to come by, especially within your budget.

    OneProvider's "OneCloud" offer a Vancouver, BC location - but perhaps Seattle would be better what you want, could you try the same tests to Seattle, It's only ~150 miles away.

    I imagine they don't really want US location when sending traffic to Iran...

    Seattle is hands down better than Vancouver (cost and latency wise), so it could only be political.

    I live outside Vancouver. My traffic to Vancouver datacenter goes through Seattle, so latency is higher to 45 km away than something like 300km away.

  • @TimboJones said: My traffic to Vancouver datacenter goes through Seattle

    Same here, all goes through Seattle, then Vancouver, so like a traceroute Edmonton -> Calgary -> Vancouver -> Seattle -> Vancouver

  • If there are > @TimboJones said:

    @LordSpock said:
    Vancouver will be hard to come by, especially within your budget.

    OneProvider's "OneCloud" offer a Vancouver, BC location - but perhaps Seattle would be better what you want, could you try the same tests to Seattle, It's only ~150 miles away.

    I imagine they don't really want US location when sending traffic to Iran...

    Seattle is hands down better than Vancouver (cost and latency wise), so it could only be political.

    I live outside Vancouver. My traffic to Vancouver datacenter goes through Seattle, so latency is higher to 45 km away than something like 300km away.

    Yes it is for political reasons. According to my friends in China, servers in United States are frequently blocked while Canadian servers are less targeted.
    Really if I choose I would rather choose Los Angeles, but all servers in United States are frequently targeted, so I can't use them.

  • Let's go for Vancouver with OneProvider, KVM cloud! :)
    https://oneprovider.com/onecloud/pricing

  • HyperK9HyperK9 Member
    edited September 17

    Freerangecloud.
    EDIT: seems they are not taking new orders?

  • @Tejy said:
    Let's go for Vancouver with OneProvider, KVM cloud! :)
    https://oneprovider.com/onecloud/pricing

    Their $3 and $4 tier don't provide enough data transfer...

  • @Ed_Chd said:

    @Tejy said:
    Let's go for Vancouver with OneProvider, KVM cloud! :)
    https://oneprovider.com/onecloud/pricing

    Their $3 and $4 tier don't provide enough data transfer...

    Maybe try to reach their support! They are usually cool about this kind of requests ;)

  • umiumi Member

    @Tejy said:
    Let's go for Vancouver with OneProvider, KVM cloud! :)
    https://oneprovider.com/onecloud/pricing

    To get network speed of kilobytes per second?

    Ended up with Seattle to serve Vancouver better ;)

  • freerangecloudfreerangecloud Member, Provider

    Thanks for tagging us in guys. For a limited time, We've been offering our $15/yr microvps in Vancouver. It has 512MB RAM/16GB disk/1TB monthly transfer. Shoot me a DM for an order link if interested.

    As mentioned, our Vancouver LG is http://van.lg.freerangecloud.com for latency/speed tests.

    Thanked by 2TimboJones Ed_Chd

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  • @freerangecloud said:
    Thanks for tagging us in guys. For a limited time, We've been offering our $15/yr microvps in Vancouver. It has 512MB RAM/16GB disk/1TB monthly transfer. Shoot me a DM for an order link if interested.

    As mentioned, our Vancouver LG is http://van.lg.freerangecloud.com for latency/speed tests.

    Thank you! We are conducting our speed and latency tests on various locations, and now it seems to fit our requirements as well!

  • Ed_ChdEd_Chd Member
    edited September 19

    We conducted our tests and here is what we've got for average ping latency of Vancouver server from FreeRangeCloud:

    The Middle East
    Turkey (around 2200km away from Iran): 210.5ms
    Israel (around 2400km away from Iran): 203.4ms

    PR China
    China Unicom: 218ms
    China Telecom: 204ms
    China Mobile: 230ms

    East Asia
    Hong Kong: 154ms
    Japan: 132ms
    South Korea: 184ms

    North America
    Los Angeles, United States: 39.5ms

    All looks good enough!

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