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WilliamWilliam Member, Provider
edited April 2012 in Providers

As maybe seen on LEB we expand again, so to not make the "italy fiasco" again i thought i ask here if anyone knows good providers.

Countries in order of prefference/need:
Spain
Hungary
Poland
Slovakia (or Czech Republic)
Hong Kong (likely done already, but if you know an excellent ISP....)
Ukraine
Panama (or Latin America, excluding Ecuador, Peru, Mexico, Colombia and Brazil due to political instability or high customs fees/tax)

Prefer direct datacenters, though they mostly don't do colo by U...
Provider should own his AS since he needs to route a /24 and/or /23 IP block
IPv6 REQUIRED - No ISPs without IPv6 in any case.

So, thanks upfront :)

William

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  • For Spain I recommend Sologigabit and for Ukraine I recommend Colocall.

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  • SpiritSpirit Disabled
    edited April 2012

    You can check atw.co.hu (AS41075). They are fully IPv6 capable. xzibition.com have shell server hosted there and it's solid rock stable.

  • Get ATMAN.PL in Warsaw Poland, http://en.atman.pl/offer_for_business/data_center_poland
    Amazing network! They have a few different AS #s, you can search for ATMAN and ATM S.A. on http://bgp.he.net

  • fanfan Member
    edited April 2012

    As mentioned in the LEB post, Equinix Tokyo or KDDI (Linode uses that for their Tokyo location).

    Also what's the network speed of your HK location? If it's over 5mbps I'd definitely get one/

  • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider

    Sologigabit is singlehomed cogent, OUT.
    Colocall is nice, noted.

    @Spirit Wrote to them already :)
    @JoeMerit them too
    @fan KDDI does not reply to my messages

  • Interxion is also in Spain ;) http://www.interxion.com/

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  • Some plans to be in LatinAmerica? :P

  • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider

    @TheHackBox said: Interxion is also in Spain ;)

    Yes, but they:
    Only do Fullracks and over
    Have no own connectivity, which requires that we put a router

    @yomero said: Some plans to be in LatinAmerica? :P

    Yes, likely Panama.

  • Ignore Hong Kong, Singapore! (40Mbps full rack dedicated). Can put you in touch with one of the guys running the service ;)

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  • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider
    edited April 2012

    40Mbps? Fullrack?
    Way too expensive, we only need 1U and 1U for expansion.
    Also, 3x100Mbit at least - not some 40Mbit limited stuff ;)

    EDIT:
    Don't forget that we would need an ISP license in Singapore for providing VPS services - which we don't have and don't get.

  • laaevlaaev Member

    @William said: Yes, likely Panama.

    For Panama check out ColoPronto

  • DanielMDanielM Disabled

    @FTN_Kevin said: For Panama check out ColoPronto

    Are you insane? That has to be the worst suggestion ever. They are not a ethical company either. Legal threats to remove bad reviews. Overcharging, And the list goes on. All one needs to do is Search "Serverpronto Reviews".

  • laaevlaaev Member

    @DanielM said: Are you insane? That has to be the worst suggestion ever. They are not a ethical company either. Legal threats to remove bad reviews. Overcharging, And the list goes on. All one needs to do is Search "Serverpronto Reviews".

    I have first hand experience with their new brand FortaTrust and the service itself and support is excellent.

    I cannot comment on billing, but the only complaints I found online were for billing issues.

  • @William said: Don't forget that we would need an ISP license in Singapore for providing VPS services - which we don't have and don't get.

    Nope, you don't.

  • Poland sounds good :)

    http://cheapvpsdeals.net over 80 cheap VPS deals listed, from providers in 14 countries, and 3 continents!

  • Poland could have some legal problems.

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  • I wouldn't recommend:
    Spain
    Hungary
    Poland
    Slovakia (or Czech Republic)
    Ukraine

    You already have much locations in the EU which have a ping of ~20ms or so to these countries so noone would really benefit from it. Also people buying servers there would probably expect something "bullet-proof" for warez hosting, nulled scripts etc.

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  • I'd prefer Iceland.

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  • Why don't you send one server to Slovenia?

  • And... Finland?
    It is my general observation that in countries with colder climate things are done better.

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  • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider

    @gsrdgrdghd said: Also people buying servers there would probably expect something "bullet-proof" for warez hosting, nulled scripts etc.

    So? ;-)

    @rds100 said: I'd prefer Iceland.

    Too expensive :(

    @iKocka said: Why don't you send one server to Slovenia?

    Too expensive and just 30km away from here :-)

    @Boltersdriveer said: Nope, you don't.

    I doub't that a lawyer in SG would lie to me :-)

    @gsrdgrdghd said: You already have much locations in the EU which have a ping of ~20ms or so to these countries so noone would really benefit from it

    Yes, but.... why not.

  • Or US West Coast for that matter...

  • Netherlands!

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  • Serverius :)

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  • Not if you go directly with Serverius, they charge 40€ for 1U, 1Gbit with 25TB traffic, which is pretty nice.

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  • If your switch needs rebooting because of some measly DoS you seriously need to get a new switch.

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  • Would you mind letting me know which provider you're going with for your Hongkong location? :)

  • @DotVPS Well, you've used qirus.eu which has their own rack in Serverius, also their own switches. Dealing with Serverius directly is not the same.

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  • @William said: I doub't that a lawyer in SG would lie to me :-)

    Your lawyer did lie to you, or he doesn't know what he's talking about.
    ISP license is NOT for VPS providers.

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  • What @eLohkCalb said.

  • How about PrivateLayer in Panama?

  • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider

    @Dionysus said: Why not Canada? :(

    It's on my list...

    @quirkyquark said: Or US West Coast for that matter...

    On my list too, likely LA.

    @birdie25 said: Not if you go directly with Serverius, they charge 40€ for 1U, 1Gbit with 25TB traffic, which is pretty nice.

    I doubt that they charge US 40EUR, we need quite a LOT different stuff than a normal colocation client (3 network ports, IP routing, 2 power ports etc etc :)

  • SpiritSpirit Disabled
    edited April 2012

    @iKocka said: Why don't you send one server to Slovenia?

    @William said: Too expensive and just 30km away from here :-)

    Is it 1U/1HE 19" rack for 65,00€ or 2U/2HE 19" rack for 75,00€ with as much as you need free IPs (I know that you have own block) too expensive?
    Just curiosity (I didn't check details/IPv6 availability :)

  • AkiraAkira Member

    Have you considering lowering your prices a bit instead of spending on new locations? (Just a thought)

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  • SpiritSpirit Disabled
    edited April 2012

    I think that they have inspiration to plant single servers all over the globe and that way to provide affordable vps service for everyone needs on any part of the world. All those rare/expensive locations now for affordable prices from edis... Diversity - niche for sure. So no, your limitating suggestion most likely isn't something what they would want to and for sure we also wouldn't benefit from it - we can always get some cent cheaper vps somewhere.. but not on every xy location for price edis can offer :)

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  • AmitzAmitz Member

    @Akira said: Have you considering lowering your prices a bit instead of spending on new locations? (Just a thought)

    I think that their service is worth the money. And you get nice amounts of bandwidth with the price. Never had any KVM working that well like the ones (CH & UK) I have with EDIS. More disk space included in the price would be great however.

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  • @William send them an email!

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  • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider

    @Spirit said: Is it 1U/1HE 19" rack for 65,00€ or 2U/2HE 19" rack for 75,00€ with as much as you need free IPs (I know that you have own block) too expensive?

    This certainly does not include enough power for our servers and a 100Mbit UNSHARED flatrate - we only buy flatrate.
    Don't forget that we need 3x 100Mbit ports also.
    But provide me an email and i ask ;)

    @Akira said: Have you considering lowering your prices a bit instead of spending on new locations? (Just a thought)

    No, the prices will not be lowered - that is out of discussion.
    Even if we stop expanding we will not lower the prices.

    @birdie25 said: @William send them an email!

    No, NL is not on my list and will not be done :)

  • @William said: No, NL is not on my list and will not be done :)

    Why?

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  • komokomo Member

    maybe because there are hundred of leb offers from NL.

  • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider

    Yes :)

  • quirkyquarkquirkyquark Member
    edited April 2012

    I see nothing wrong with EDIS prices, and I know that their storage is very high quality, but a little bit more disk space wouldn't hurt :) (or is that also out of discussion :p)

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  • minamina Member
    edited May 2012

    For Finland location you could check DevNet.fi, they're cheaper than Nebula(which I'm sure you've already heard). [email protected] /www.devnet.fi

    But then again they are 4ms away from Finnish Internet Exchange, and your Stockholm location is 8ms away, not that much of a gain, either than being a nice location.

  • ZiggaZigga Member

    @William

    Any plans for Australia? Data is a killer, but excellent networks and skilled people :)
    An ISP's data center would probably get you the best deals on data.

    ISP data centers:
    internode

    Data centers:
    pipenetworks biggest and best
    vocus (runs their own network)
    micron21(microscopic, also have their own network)
    nextdc(brand new facilities around AU)

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  • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider

    @Zigga said: Any plans for Australia?

    Too expensive, not much use.

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  • @DotVPS What is your issue with Serverius and their network? From all my experiences with them I have yet to have any issues which were bandwidth/network related with the service? Hard time dealing with staff? Cost? Curious to know.

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  • So issues were more so with the middleman than Serverius and anything related to their network? Sounds like Qirus didn't understand how to handle their own routers correctly, there should be no reason a "server" should cause the switch to hang unless the switch/router are not configured correctly to begin with. Sucks they treated you like that, you would think when offering a product they would try to at least get you using the product before the start billing you for their time.

    Also I have never had to deal with DDOS mitigation on Serverius's network, was curious how they handled that. Seems though your issues were just with getting the hardware up more than with the network? If I am understanding you correctly?

    Thanks for the info though!

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  • @WhiteLabelHosting Good to hear someone else having a good experience. I have had several servers in Serverius's data center my self, in fact had a customer who used to have a rack in a Lambdanet datacenter, who actually moved all their servers to Serverius after testing their service. Their routing/peering to Openpeering, NL-IX and TiNet connected networks is just as good and the rack/power/bw actually costs much less.

    I was actually surprised to hear DotVPS was having problems.

    Thanks for the info guys!

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