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Cheap KVM VPS on Singapore for Wireguard and VPN usage

As subject, i am looking for Singapore KVM VPS for Wireguard and VPN usage.

For single person use only. So need more have high specs. Probably 512MB and 500gb monthly bandwidth

Any providers below 16$ per year?

Comments

  • it is difficult to find a provider in Asia region with that budget or almost not possible.

  • @mhosting_in said:
    it is difficult to find a provider in Asia region with that budget or almost not possible.

    Yeah i guess so.
    I was watching a youtube on setting up own wireguard.
    Since i have some time on hand, i thought, why not?

  • @Letisbest said:
    As subject, i am looking for Singapore KVM VPS for Wireguard and VPN usage.

    For single person use only. So need more have high specs. Probably 512MB and 500gb monthly bandwidth

    Any providers below 16$ per year?

    NAT by @WebHorizon

    Hostsolutions, Hosterlabs, Webhorizon, Vserver , Inception , Racknerd & mrvm

  • ask @MaxKVM maybe they had something for you?

    They had $1.5/m ($18/y) offering before

    We only support unsupported OS!

  • fbmyfbmy Member

    MaxKVM is best choice

  • Check out Gullo's LittleVZ from @Cam.

    https://hosting.gullo.me/pricing

    Thanked by 2Ganonk Cam
  • @boogerman said:
    Check out Gullo's LittleVZ from @Cam.

    https://hosting.gullo.me/pricing

    thanks for the link. i am doing the wireguard.
    Is the OpenVZ setup same as the KVM?

    Thanked by 1Cam
  • boogermanboogerman Member
    edited February 22

    You can run wireguard-go on VZ. (https://d.sb/2019/07/wireguard-on-openvz-lxc).

    Those LittleVZ can even run docker. So you can even run wireguard-go inside docker. (https://github.com/masipcat/wireguard-go-docker)

    Thanked by 1Cam
  • @boogerman said:
    You can run wireguard-go on VZ. (https://d.sb/2019/07/wireguard-on-openvz-lxc).

    Those LittleVZ can even run docker. So you can even run wireguard-go inside docker. (https://github.com/masipcat/wireguard-go-docker)

    thanks for the info
    I was thinking to run this...
    https://github.com/angristan/wireguard-install

  • kudukukuduku Member
    edited February 22

    @Letisbest said:

    @boogerman said:
    You can run wireguard-go on VZ. (https://d.sb/2019/07/wireguard-on-openvz-lxc).

    Those LittleVZ can even run docker. So you can even run wireguard-go inside docker. (https://github.com/masipcat/wireguard-go-docker)

    thanks for the info
    I was thinking to run this...
    https://github.com/angristan/wireguard-install

    @Letisbest said:

    @boogerman said:
    You can run wireguard-go on VZ. (https://d.sb/2019/07/wireguard-on-openvz-lxc).

    Those LittleVZ can even run docker. So you can even run wireguard-go inside docker. (https://github.com/masipcat/wireguard-go-docker)

    thanks for the info
    I was thinking to run this...
    https://github.com/angristan/wireguard-install

    I am running @Nyr script https://github.com/Nyr/wireguard-install on @WebHorizon 512GB SG NATwhich is OpenVZ
    No issues , ipv4 and ipv6 both work fine

    Hostsolutions, Hosterlabs, Webhorizon, Vserver , Inception , Racknerd & mrvm

  • you can't go wrong with 4.2$/yr .

    https://my.webhorizon.in/order/main/index/nat + 40% off Code TripToSG

    Thanked by 1WebHorizon
  • WebHorizonWebHorizon Member, Provider
  • @WebHorizon said:
    Thanks for the mention @kuduku

    Our NAT VPS are ovz based. NAT IPv4+IPv6 VPS

    thanks for the link. Will have a look.

  • @WebHorizon said:

    @boogerman said:
    you can't go wrong with 4.2$/yr .

    https://my.webhorizon.in/order/main/index/nat + 40% off Code TripToSG

    Yes, that code is now valid till 25th 🙂

    When did the code become active again ?

    Hostsolutions, Hosterlabs, Webhorizon, Vserver , Inception , Racknerd & mrvm

  • @WebHorizon said:

    @boogerman said:
    you can't go wrong with 4.2$/yr .

    https://my.webhorizon.in/order/main/index/nat + 40% off Code TripToSG

    Yes, that code is now valid till 25th 🙂

    Great !!!!!

  • @kuduku said:

    I am running @Nyr script https://github.com/Nyr/wireguard-install on @WebHorizon 512GB SG NATwhich is OpenVZ
    No issues , ipv4 and ipv6 both work fine

    When Nyr scripts detect it's running inside VZ, it automatically switches to BoringTun (a user-space wireguard implementation , just like wireguard-go).

  • WebHorizonWebHorizon Member, Provider

    @kuduku said:

    @WebHorizon said:

    @boogerman said:
    you can't go wrong with 4.2$/yr .

    https://my.webhorizon.in/order/main/index/nat + 40% off Code TripToSG

    Yes, that code is now valid till 25th 🙂

    When did the code become active again ?

    yesterday, when some services needed to be recreated.
    & this code was also provided as a compensation to select users.
    though it is public now, can be used till 25th :)

  • barkbark Member

    You may want to take a look at MrVM.
    Singapore is now available again for a short time. $7.00 yr.
    https://clients.mrvm.net/cart.php?a=confproduct&i=0
    Yes, it's only 256mg, but it works perfectly for WireGuard, OCSERV (openconnect), and Shadowsocks. 500GB of transfer too.

    As you may have discovered, WebHorizon has had serious issues lately, and it uses the OVH network (clunky at times unfortunately).
    The MrVM SG network continues to be fast, stable, and reliable.
    Set it, forget it.

    (We have both MrVM and WebHorizon SG testbeds, so...)
    And Gullo's pricing is too high right now.

    BTW, if you are running on an OpenVZ container, the installation for WireGuard is not the same as a KVM. Angristan throws an OVZ error. So just use the NYR roadwarrior, super easy: https://github.com/Nyr/wireguard-install
    Simply pay attention to the correct port settings.

    The NAT and WireGuard setups can seem a little complicated, but it just takes a few minutes to figure out how it all works. Very satisfying though, all in all.

    Have fun with it.

    Thanked by 1dosai
  • @bark said:
    You may want to take a look at MrVM.
    Singapore is now available again for a short time. $7.00 yr.
    https://clients.mrvm.net/cart.php?a=confproduct&i=0
    Yes, it's only 256mg, but it works perfectly for WireGuard, OCSERV (openconnect), and Shadowsocks. 500GB of transfer too.

    As you may have discovered, WebHorizon has had serious issues lately, and it uses the OVH network (clunky at times unfortunately).
    The MrVM SG network continues to be fast, stable, and reliable.
    Set it, forget it.

    (We have both MrVM and WebHorizon SG testbeds, so...)
    And Gullo's pricing is too high right now.

    BTW, if you are running on an OpenVZ container, the installation for WireGuard is not the same as a KVM. Angristan throws an OVZ error. So just use the NYR roadwarrior, super easy: https://github.com/Nyr/wireguard-install
    Simply pay attention to the correct port settings.

    The NAT and WireGuard setups can seem a little complicated, but it just takes a few minutes to figure out how it all works. Very satisfying though, all in all.

    Have fun with it.

    thanks for the info.
    newbie here. Not sure to use the NAT IP or the Internal IP. I tried both on Port 22. Cannot get a connection.

    lol.....

  • @Letisbest said:

    @bark said:
    You may want to take a look at MrVM.
    Singapore is now available again for a short time. $7.00 yr.
    https://clients.mrvm.net/cart.php?a=confproduct&i=0
    Yes, it's only 256mg, but it works perfectly for WireGuard, OCSERV (openconnect), and Shadowsocks. 500GB of transfer too.

    As you may have discovered, WebHorizon has had serious issues lately, and it uses the OVH network (clunky at times unfortunately).
    The MrVM SG network continues to be fast, stable, and reliable.
    Set it, forget it.

    (We have both MrVM and WebHorizon SG testbeds, so...)
    And Gullo's pricing is too high right now.

    BTW, if you are running on an OpenVZ container, the installation for WireGuard is not the same as a KVM. Angristan throws an OVZ error. So just use the NYR roadwarrior, super easy: https://github.com/Nyr/wireguard-install
    Simply pay attention to the correct port settings.

    The NAT and WireGuard setups can seem a little complicated, but it just takes a few minutes to figure out how it all works. Very satisfying though, all in all.

    Have fun with it.

    thanks for the info.
    newbie here. Not sure to use the NAT IP or the Internal IP. I tried both on Port 22. Cannot get a connection.

    lol.....

    use external ipv4 + SSH port as given in email
    or ipv6 + Port 22

    Hostsolutions, Hosterlabs, Webhorizon, Vserver , Inception , Racknerd & mrvm

  • barkbark Member

    @Letisbest said:

    thanks for the info.
    newbie here. Not sure to use the NAT IP or the Internal IP. I tried both on Port 22. Cannot get a connection.

    It seems difficult, sure. Read the email carefully. Then go into your account and poke around. It's hard the first time for everybody I think, but once you get it? Nuttin.

    Here's how it works. There's one 'public' or 'external' ipv4 address. This is for a bunch of people. The ipv4 is shared by using 'ports'. In your account, you will find an 'external' or 'public' address. Use that, then use the last octect of your 'private' ip address as the first numbers in your allotted ports.

    Example: public ip = 123.456.78.9, use that. If your private ip is 987.6.54.321, then your assigned port for SSH access would be 32121 (321 being the last octect, and 21 the assigned for SSH access.

    So, in putty it's 123.456.78.9:32121

    With WireGuard, the NYR script will find the correct external address, then you have to put in one of your assigned ports. Case above you might do 32120.

    Funny thing is, it works really well. It's dead cheap. And a great little arrow to add to your quiver of knowledge for the future.

  • @bark said:

    @Letisbest said:

    thanks for the info.
    newbie here. Not sure to use the NAT IP or the Internal IP. I tried both on Port 22. Cannot get a connection.

    It seems difficult, sure. Read the email carefully. Then go into your account and poke around. It's hard the first time for everybody I think, but once you get it? Nuttin.

    Here's how it works. There's one 'public' or 'external' ipv4 address. This is for a bunch of people. The ipv4 is shared by using 'ports'. In your account, you will find an 'external' or 'public' address. Use that, then use the last octect of your 'private' ip address as the first numbers in your allotted ports.

    Example: public ip = 123.456.78.9, use that. If your private ip is 987.6.54.321, then your assigned port for SSH access would be 32121 (321 being the last octect, and 21 the assigned for SSH access.

    So, in putty it's 123.456.78.9:32121

    With WireGuard, the NYR script will find the correct external address, then you have to put in one of your assigned ports. Case above you might do 32120.

    Funny thing is, it works really well. It's dead cheap. And a great little arrow to add to your quiver of knowledge for the future.

    Thanks for your help. Appreciated.
    Managed to connect.
    When i ran the Nyr script, it prompted TUN not installed.
    Went back to "Control Panel" > "VPS Configuration", i had both "Tun/Tap and
    "PPP" enabled. It continues to prompt TUN not installed.

    Do i need to do anything else?

  • @Letisbest said:

    When i ran the Nyr script, it prompted TUN not installed.
    Went back to "Control Panel" > "VPS Configuration", i had both "Tun/Tap and
    "PPP" enabled. It continues to prompt TUN not installed.

    Do i need to do anything else?

    you may need to reboot VM after enabling/disabling TUN/TAP/FUSE/GRE via control panel.

    thanks for all the fishes 🐟

  • @fazar said:

    @Letisbest said:

    When i ran the Nyr script, it prompted TUN not installed.
    Went back to "Control Panel" > "VPS Configuration", i had both "Tun/Tap and
    "PPP" enabled. It continues to prompt TUN not installed.

    Do i need to do anything else?

    you may need to reboot VM after enabling/disabling TUN/TAP/FUSE/GRE via control panel.

    Ah yes. got it.

    I ran NYR script, it asked the following:

    • This server is behind NAT. What is the public IPv4 address or hostname?
    • Public IPv4 address / hostname :
    • What port should WireGuard listen to?
    • Port [51820]:

    I entered the public address given and also the key in 51820.
    Followed the steps and export the conf. However, no connection.
    Did i get it wrong?

  • @Letisbest said:

    @fazar said:

    @Letisbest said:

    When i ran the Nyr script, it prompted TUN not installed.
    Went back to "Control Panel" > "VPS Configuration", i had both "Tun/Tap and
    "PPP" enabled. It continues to prompt TUN not installed.

    Do i need to do anything else?

    you may need to reboot VM after enabling/disabling TUN/TAP/FUSE/GRE via control panel.

    Ah yes. got it.

    I ran NYR script, it asked the following:

    • This server is behind NAT. What is the public IPv4 address or hostname?
    • Public IPv4 address / hostname :
    • What port should WireGuard listen to?
    • Port [51820]:

    I entered the public address given and also the key in 51820.
    Followed the steps and export the conf. However, no connection.
    Did i get it wrong?

    51820 is wireguard default port. You need to provide the ports assigned to you instead of 51820.

    You should have received an email with ports 1000 to 1020, then you need to use any one port number from your range

  • @l2o88j said:

    @Letisbest said:

    @fazar said:

    @Letisbest said:

    When i ran the Nyr script, it prompted TUN not installed.
    Went back to "Control Panel" > "VPS Configuration", i had both "Tun/Tap and
    "PPP" enabled. It continues to prompt TUN not installed.

    Do i need to do anything else?

    you may need to reboot VM after enabling/disabling TUN/TAP/FUSE/GRE via control panel.

    Ah yes. got it.

    I ran NYR script, it asked the following:

    • This server is behind NAT. What is the public IPv4 address or hostname?
    • Public IPv4 address / hostname :
    • What port should WireGuard listen to?
    • Port [51820]:

    I entered the public address given and also the key in 51820.
    Followed the steps and export the conf. However, no connection.
    Did i get it wrong?

    51820 is wireguard default port. You need to provide the ports assigned to you instead of 51820.

    You should have received an email with ports 1000 to 1020, then you need to use any one port number from your range

    Wow....done...thanks mate!!!!

  • barkbark Member
    edited February 23

    Splained above as:

    "With WireGuard, the NYR script will find the correct external address, then you have to put in one of your assigned ports. Case above you might do 32120."

    Glad you got it.

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