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GameTownProjectsGameTownProjects Member, Provider

Since today our new website BudgetVM.host is online.

Here you can find KVM NAT servers at incredible prices from 0,29 € / month. Based on the already existing and stable infrastructure of KTS24, quite usable vServers are hosted on older HP Enterprise G8 hardware.

With all offers the following features are included:

  • Hosted in the KTS24.com Cloud
  • KVM virtualization
  • own ISO files possible
  • 100 public IPv4 Ports inclusive
  • 1 GBit/s connection
  • Traffic fair use

VPS Entry for 0,29 € / month:

  • 1 vCore
  • 0,5 GB memory
  • 5 GB HDD
  • public IPv6

VPS Pro for 0,49 € / month:

  • 1 vCore
  • 0,5 GB memory
  • 5 GB SSD
  • public IPv6

VPS Pro for 1,99 € / month:

  • 1 Ryzen vCore
  • 1 GB memory
  • 10 GB NVMe SSD
  • public IPv6

https://budgetvm.host/

Powered by the wonderful team of KTS24, we offer the best price for a small server without dedicated IPv4 Address and hope you enjoy

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  • this remind me to the old budget vm host. i think they're deadpooled.

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  • jvnadrjvnadr Member

    Isn't it a little non-fairplay to use the name of an existing provider just changing the gTLD? Could't you find a name of the product/site that is unique and not to be confused with another company?

  • GameTownProjectsGameTownProjects Member, Provider
    edited April 12

    The name was chosen spontaneously and without any ulterior motives.
    To be honest, I didn't even check whether there was a provider with the same name, but I don't think it would have been worthwhile to look for a name for such a project for a long time.

    We have been active here on the forum since 2013 and have been offering servers for just as long.
    Previously optimised for gaming, we offered our services under the websites https://gt-host.de (soon available again under https://gametown.host ) and https://mc-gameserver.de.

    Since 2018, we have been offering hosting services for end customers entirely under the KTS24.com brand.

  • jvnadr said:
    Isn't it a little non-fairplay to use the name of an existing provider just changing the gTLD? Could't you find a name of the product/site that is unique and not to be confused with another company?

    That BudgetVM deadpooled I think, with negative review too.
    https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/33813/avoid-budgetvm-at-all-costs

  • thedpthedp Member
    edited April 12

    @jvnadr said:
    Isn't it a little non-fairplay to use the name of an existing provider just changing the gTLD? Could't you find a name of the product/site that is unique and not to be confused with another company?

    Somewhat true, but there are pros and cons for having a unique brand name and also for having something very generic, where there the name could have been registered in the past several times, by different people, for different purposes.

    If it's for personal use, most people don't really care and don't bother about the domain's history. But if it's for business purposes, the owner of the domain should at least perform due diligence so that they are aware and so that they will be able to clarify any questions or doubts people may have pertaining to their brand and/or domain name in future.

    I too have domain names which seems to have some history here on LET, but nothing dramatic. I'm only responsible for the name from the day it becomes my responsibility, until it's not, and that's when it's sold and transferred :D

    just my 2 cents.

    DP - Tech and Hosting-related Domain Names for sale. PM for list/details.

  • Is the "Enterprise" offer just as expensive as your normal KVM with public IPv4 (also SSD but no Ryzen)?

  • GameTownProjectsGameTownProjects Member, Provider

    @webcraft said:
    Is the "Enterprise" offer just as expensive as your normal KVM with public IPv4 (also SSD but no Ryzen)?

    Our SSD and Ryzen series are fundamentally different from each other and should not be compared (the CPU performance of the Ryzen is significantly greater).

    However, I am not sure I understand your question either.

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  • @GameTownProjects said:

    @webcraft said:
    Is the "Enterprise" offer just as expensive as your normal KVM with public IPv4 (also SSD but no Ryzen)?

    Our SSD and Ryzen series are fundamentally different from each other and should not be compared (the CPU performance of the Ryzen is significantly greater).

    However, I am not sure I understand your question either.

    Yes, the question was if the only difference is the CPU. So if we trade in the dedi IPv4 for the Ryzen upgrade.

  • add_iTadd_iT Member

    No IPv6??

  • kalimov622kalimov622 Member
    edited April 12

    Location and datacenter? Any looking glass or test IP?
    I'm guessing it's Skylink datacenter in NL according to kts24.com?

  • where server location?

  • webcraftwebcraft Member
    edited April 12

    @kalimov622 said:
    Location and datacenter? Any looking glass or test IP?

    @ramonwap said:
    where server location?

    SkyLink Eygelshoven, Netherlands.
    LG: lg.kts24.com

    At least this is the information for the kts24.com service and it's said same infrastructure so I suppose this is the same data center too.

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  • xetsysxetsys Member

    Is it possible to order without having to add 5 euros first? It should be possible to pay monthly or yearly invoice directly

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  • @webcraft said: SkyLink Eygelshoven, Netherlands.

    Yep, thanks. Was just editing my post assuming it was the same data center advertised on kts24.com

    Haven't found a test IP address yet so maybe @GameTownProjects can provide one.

  • webcraftwebcraft Member
    edited April 12

    @kalimov622 said:

    @webcraft said: SkyLink Eygelshoven, Netherlands.

    Yep, thanks. Was just editing my post assuming it was the same data center advertised on kts24.com

    Haven't found a test IP address yet so maybe @GameTownProjects can provide one.

    lg.kts24.com

    Voxility from FRA to NL.

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  • GameTownProjectsGameTownProjects Member, Provider

    We will add LG on BudgetVM and KTS24 this evening.
    https://lg.nl.haendler.it/

    Since BudgetVM uses the KTS24 Cloud: Yes all servers are located in the Skylink-Data-Center in Eygelshoven.

  • add_iTadd_iT Member

    How much IPv6 each vm?

  • GameTownProjectsGameTownProjects Member, Provider
    edited April 12

    @add_iT said:
    How much IPv6 each vm?

    Only one, as we have not yet found a solution to assign a subnet instead of individual IPs to a service.
    Also currently, the automatic IPv6 configuration does not work, but we are already working on both problems.

  • thedpthedp Member

    Which DC?

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  • GameTownProjectsGameTownProjects Member, Provider

    There is more information at https://kts24.com/about/datacenter
    I'll probably link to it directly on the website.

  • @GameTownProjects said:

    @add_iT said:
    How much IPv6 each vm?

    Only one, as we have not yet found a solution to assign a subnet instead of individual IPs to a service.
    Also currently, the automatic IPv6 configuration does not work, but we are already working on both problems.

    We need routed IPv6 subnet!

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    The CDC says fully vaccinated people can disable iptables firewall on their servers.

  • bollebolle Member

    @GameTownProjects said:
    Also currently, the automatic IPv6 configuration does not work, but we are already working on both problems.

    So, for IPv6 we need to open the ticket?

  • webcraftwebcraft Member
    edited April 12

    @bolle said:

    @GameTownProjects said:
    Also currently, the automatic IPv6 configuration does not work, but we are already working on both problems.

    So, for IPv6 we need to open the ticket?

    I guess by "automatic IPv6 configuration" he means that there's no DHCPv6 available. The IPv6 will be automatically assigned though, just not configured in your OS/NetworkManager.

  • GameTownProjectsGameTownProjects Member, Provider

    @bolle said:

    @GameTownProjects said:
    Also currently, the automatic IPv6 configuration does not work, but we are already working on both problems.

    So, for IPv6 we need to open the ticket?

    No.
    One IPv6 is includet, but not delivered by SLAAC / DHCPv6. If you need more you can order them for a small onetime fee, but it's currently not possible to get full IPv6 networks.

  • Do you allow tor exit nodes?

  • bollebolle Member

    @GameTownProjects said:

    @bolle said:

    @GameTownProjects said:
    Also currently, the automatic IPv6 configuration does not work, but we are already working on both problems.

    So, for IPv6 we need to open the ticket?

    No.
    One IPv6 is includet, but not delivered by SLAAC / DHCPv6. If you need more you can order them for a small onetime fee, but it's currently not possible to get full IPv6 networks.

    What I mean, how do I get to see that one IPv6?

    For example, I see my internal IPv4 is 10.202.2.xx.
    I found in FAQ that external IP is 80.78.132.xxx, and found the SSH port.

    How do i find "external" IPv6 for my VM?

  • jvnadrjvnadr Member
    edited April 12

    @kuroneko23 said: That BudgetVM deadpooled I think, with negative review too.

    This post is from 2014. They are definitely not deadpooled, though, I really don't know anything about their quality. But from a short text, they are active on their social (last twitter post is on March 19), they are advertise frequently on HWT (last is at the end of March) and they get generally positive reviews on hostadvice.

    @GameTownProjects said: The name was chosen spontaneously and without any ulterior motives. To be honest, I didn't even check whether there was a provider with the same name, but I don't think it would have been worthwhile to look for a name for such a project for a long time.

    This is a really lame answer... You bought a domain on .host TLD and you did not check first the .com? You were surely check .com first and you probably saw there is a competitor there.
    You didn't even search the word budgetvm on Google before you named it? Weren't you curious what Google would show on results (first result is budgetvm.com).
    I am sure that you didn't do it for "stealing" clients from them as they are not the most known or reputable provider, but rather from laziness... That does not stop it for been a poor move... Especially because you are an old member of LET with rather good reputation...

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  • bleiddbleidd Member

    does it support wireguard?

  • @bolle said:
    How do i find "external" IPv6 for my VM?

    You can find this in your service dashboard.

    @bleidd said:
    does it support wireguard?

    Wireguard is configured by you because this service is unmanaged. Depending on your config this might work.

  • MytonnMytonn Member

    @webcraft said:

    @bolle said:

    Wireguard is configured by you because this service is unmanaged. Depending on your config this might work.

    Is there a TUN device support?

  • webcraftwebcraft Member
    edited April 12

    @Mytonn said:

    @webcraft said:

    @bolle said:

    Wireguard is configured by you because this service is unmanaged. Depending on your config this might work.

    Is there a TUN device support?

    ?? This is a KVM box. You have the power over kernel modules.

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  • KebabKebab Member
    edited April 12

    Weird that you can't buy services directly, you have to buy credits then use those credits on the service. I wanted to buy cheapest one for a year, it shows up as 2.99 for a year, when i click add those credits, it says minimum credits to add is 5 euros...

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  • @Kebab said:
    it shows up as 2.99 for a year, when i click add those credits, it says minimum credits to add is 5 euros...

    Add 5,98€ and buy for two years?

  • NeoonNeoon Member

    @Kebab said:
    Weird that you can't buy services directly, you have to buy credits then use those credits on the service. I wanted to buy cheapest one for a year, it shows up as 2.99 for a year, when i click add those credits, it says minimum credits to add is 5 euros...

    Well, payment gateway fees, did you expect to really pay 0.29€ per month?

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  • KebabKebab Member
    edited April 12

    @webcraft said:

    @Kebab said:
    it shows up as 2.99 for a year, when i click add those credits, it says minimum credits to add is 5 euros...

    Add 5,98€ and buy for two years?

    shows up 1 year max

    @Neoon said:

    @Kebab said:
    Weird that you can't buy services directly, you have to buy credits then use those credits on the service. I wanted to buy cheapest one for a year, it shows up as 2.99 for a year, when i click add those credits, it says minimum credits to add is 5 euros...

    Well, payment gateway fees, did you expect to really pay 0.29€ per month?

    I expected to pay 2.99 since it shows up "Paypal 0% fees", "Paysafecard 15% fees", "Soft... something something 0% fees)
    If they added 50 cents fee id pay it, why do i have to pay 2 euros more if i dont even know if ill need it.

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  • @Kebab said:

    @webcraft said:

    @Kebab said:
    it shows up as 2.99 for a year, when i click add those credits, it says minimum credits to add is 5 euros...

    Add 5,98€ and buy for two years?

    shows up 1 year max

    @Neoon said:

    @Kebab said:
    Weird that you can't buy services directly, you have to buy credits then use those credits on the service. I wanted to buy cheapest one for a year, it shows up as 2.99 for a year, when i click add those credits, it says minimum credits to add is 5 euros...

    Well, payment gateway fees, did you expect to really pay 0.29€ per month?

    I expected to pay 2.99 since it shows up "Paypal 0% fees", "Paysafecard 15% fees", "Soft... something something 0% fees)

    The "Paypal 0% fees" simply means that you don't pay any PayPal fees -- but they do.

    If they added 50 cents fee id pay it, why do i have to pay 2 euros more if i dont even know if ill need it.

    I understand your point of view (you don't want to add 5€ in credit), but I guess that sums less than 5€ are simply not cost-effective for them, given the PayPal fees.

    Strictly speaking, PayPal don't allow merchants to charge an extra fee if customers pay by PayPal.

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  • Will anyone share benchmark?

    Funny html title on LG page :p
    <title><img src="https://lg.nl.haendler.it/logo.png"></img> - Looking Glass</title>

  • @jvnadr said:

    @kuroneko23 said: That BudgetVM deadpooled I think, with negative review too.

    This post is from 2014. They are definitely not deadpooled, though, I really don't know anything about their quality. But from a short text, they are active on their social (last twitter post is on March 19), they are advertise frequently on HWT (last is at the end of March) and they get generally positive reviews on hostadvice.

    @GameTownProjects said: The name was chosen spontaneously and without any ulterior motives. To be honest, I didn't even check whether there was a provider with the same name, but I don't think it would have been worthwhile to look for a name for such a project for a long time.

    This is a really lame answer... You bought a domain on .host TLD and you did not check first the .com? You were surely check .com first and you probably saw there is a competitor there.
    You didn't even search the word budgetvm on Google before you named it? Weren't you curious what Google would show on results (first result is budgetvm.com).
    I am sure that you didn't do it for "stealing" clients from them as they are not the most known or reputable provider, but rather from laziness... That does not stop it for been a poor move... Especially because you are an old member of LET with rather good reputation...

    I would agree that @GameTownProjects could have tried to think of something more original than "BudgetVM", but in practice, the fact that there's already a "BudgetVM" (budgetvm.com) that is located in the US and caters to a different (and not so "budget") market segment is probably not a problem. In addition, the name "BudgetVM" is a fairly descriptive and generic name, so it probably wouldn't be viewed as name theft, especially if @GameTownProjects uses the full name "BudgetVM.host".

    Note that there are also UltraVPS (ultravps.com) and UltraVPS.eu, which doesn't seem to cause any problem or confusion (they serve different markets).

    "Linux will run happily with only 4 MB of RAM, including all of the bells and whistles such as the X Window System, Emacs, and so on." (M. Welsh & L. Kaufman, Running Linux, 2e, 1996, p. 32)

  • coldcold Member

    @GameTownProjects said:

    @bolle said:

    @GameTownProjects said:
    Also currently, the automatic IPv6 configuration does not work, but we are already working on both problems.

    So, for IPv6 we need to open the ticket?

    No.
    One IPv6 is includet, but not delivered by SLAAC / DHCPv6. If you need more you can order them for a small onetime fee, but it's currently not possible to get full IPv6 networks.

    a small onetimefee for ipv6 ? ARE YOU JOKING ? make money by any costs ?

  • GameTownProjectsGameTownProjects Member, Provider
    edited April 13

    @cold said:

    @GameTownProjects said:

    @bolle said:

    @GameTownProjects said:
    Also currently, the automatic IPv6 configuration does not work, but we are already working on both problems.

    So, for IPv6 we need to open the ticket?

    No.
    One IPv6 is includet, but not delivered by SLAAC / DHCPv6. If you need more you can order them for a small onetime fee, but it's currently not possible to get full IPv6 networks.

    a small onetimefee for ipv6 ? ARE YOU JOKING ? make money by any costs ?

    We tried for free...
    Unfortunately, people are not able to deal properly with free offers, because bots were immediately built to rent all registered IPv6 addresses.

    And therefore we have simply passed on the costs for registering the addresses to the customers.
    If it bothers you, you are free to use another provider. But I have also seen providers with monthly fees for IPv6 addresses!

    It's wouldn't be a problem to give every customer 10 IPv6 on order instead of one, if that would make sense to anyone.
    Would that help?

  • @GameTownProjects said: It's wouldn't be a problem to give every customer 10 IPv6 on order instead of one, if that would make sense to anyone.
    Would that help?

    Since 10 > 1, this will sound like a better deal and will probably mean fewer tickets :)

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  • drizbodrizbo Member

    Do you get any NAT ports for ipv4 with this VPS? It says NAT kvm but not very clear.
    Or is it only ipv6?

  • GameTownProjectsGameTownProjects Member, Provider

    @angstrom said:

    @GameTownProjects said: It's wouldn't be a problem to give every customer 10 IPv6 on order instead of one, if that would make sense to anyone.
    Would that help?

    Since 10 > 1, this will sound like a better deal and will probably mean fewer tickets :)

    We will improve all offers in the next hours.

    For customers who already got a server: Contact our support to get additional 9 Ipv6 for free.

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  • @GameTownProjects said:

    @angstrom said:

    @GameTownProjects said: It's wouldn't be a problem to give every customer 10 IPv6 on order instead of one, if that would make sense to anyone.
    Would that help?

    Since 10 > 1, this will sound like a better deal and will probably mean fewer tickets :)

    We will improve all offers in the next hours.

    For customers who already got a server: Contact our support to get additional 9 Ipv6 for free.

    why not give everyone a free /64

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  • GameTownProjectsGameTownProjects Member, Provider

    @drizbo said:
    Do you get any NAT ports for ipv4 with this VPS? It says NAT kvm but not very clear.
    Or is it only ipv6?

    100 IPv4 Ports are available for every server.

    @skorupion said:
    why not give everyone a free /64

    Has already been answered.

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  • @GameTownProjects said: Has already been answered.

    What virtualization panel do you use??

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  • @skorupion said:

    @GameTownProjects said: Has already been answered.

    What virtualization panel do you use??

    It's a homemade (in-house) panel -- it does the necessary work and a bit more

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  • @angstrom said:
    It's a homemade (in-house) panel -- it does the necessary work and a bit more

    I've seen at least 2 other hosts with awfully similar panels, one being oran.me.

    Granted in-house doesn't mean exclusive and this could just be a similarity on a frontend framework, just couldn't help but notice.

  • @jmgcaguicla said:

    @angstrom said:
    It's a homemade (in-house) panel -- it does the necessary work and a bit more

    I've seen at least 2 other hosts with awfully similar panels, one being oran.me.

    Granted in-house doesn't mean exclusive and this could just be a similarity on a frontend framework, just couldn't help but notice.

    I seem to recall that @GameTownProjects has said the panel is their own development, but perhaps it's a third party that develops the panel.

    In any case, I find the panel to be pretty good and functional.

    "Linux will run happily with only 4 MB of RAM, including all of the bells and whistles such as the X Window System, Emacs, and so on." (M. Welsh & L. Kaufman, Running Linux, 2e, 1996, p. 32)

  • jmgcaguiclajmgcaguicla Member
    edited April 13

    @angstrom said:
    I seem to recall that @GameTownProjects has said the panel is their own development, but perhaps it's a third party that develops the panel.

    In any case, I find the panel to be pretty good and functional.

    Yeah, not debating the usefulness of the panel. I don't have any problems with it either and in my opinion it's more intuitive than current solutions (SolusVM, Virtualizor).

    Was just trying to figure out if it was a well-skinned commercial panel since I noticed other hosts had it too contradicting their in-house developed claim, can't remember which other host had a similar one aside from the one host I mentioned earlier.

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