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    VStoike.ru | Russian Federation | 5$ for 512MB mem and 30GB space

    jamaicajamaica Member
    edited June 2014 in Offers

    Hello!
    Anyone interested in VPS in Russian Federation? Our VPS severs as strong as Putin, lol ^_^

    Specification:
    VPS Type: KVM
    CPU: 1 Core 2.4 Ghz
    MEM: 512 Mb
    HDD: 30 GB RAID-10
    Traffic: 3 TB/Month
    IPs: 1 ipv4 and 1 ipv6
    

    Our site For now, only russian language :(

    Test file

    Order link English version and US dollar currency.

    Also, we've got faster VPS, but I cant post it here, so pls check order link

    Comments

    • Your DMCA policy?

    • BluBoyBluBoy Member

      Do you have anything smaller (and cheaper)? Looking for a basic personal VPN end point in mother Russia :)

      Checkout my blog. I review VPS providers and mess around with Debian and FreeBSD!

    • @sundaymouse said:
      Your DMCA policy?

      We cant follow USA laws on Russian Federation territory. But still our country has own anti-piracy laws. So we dont encourage anyone for piracy or illegal content. We dont like spam, botnet controllers, adult or child porn, etc... Most likely after we'll get any abuse your VPS will be turned off :(

      @BluBoy said:
      Do you have anything smaller (and cheaper)? Looking for a basic personal VPN end point in mother Russia :)

      Sorry, no.

    • rm_rm_ Member
      edited June 2014

      Nice to see a Russian provider offering prices and specs which are very competitive even internationally. Also, far from being a one-man-show, this seems to be a proper company, backed by an ISP (RNET), and with their own DC. Best of luck!

      Thanked by 1vedran
    • jamaicajamaica Member
      edited June 2014

      @rm_ said:
      Nice to see a Russian provider offering prices and specs which are very competitive even internationally. Also, far from being a one-man-show, this seems to be a proper company backed by an ISP (RNET) and with their own DC. Best of luck!

      ISP RNet.ru and VStoike.ru is one company with few brand names :) We have own DC with own staff in downtown area of Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation.
      Thank you for all your support and encouragement!

    • as strong as Putin? or as dumb as Putin?

    • jamaicajamaica Member
      edited June 2014

      @MorningIris said:
      as strong as Putin? or as dumb as Putin?

      It's just a joke, I want to add tags like vodka, bear and balalayka, but cant. Anyway, nothing political in my words.

    • @jamaica it was a joke too...

    • jamaicajamaica Member
      edited June 2014

      @MorningIris said:
      jamaica it was a joke too...

      in Russia VPS rents you :)

      Thanked by 2netomx linuxthefish
    • @amarc said:
      You run this with SolusVM or some custom control panel ?

      SolusVM.

    • ChuckChuck Member

      No adult porn is allowed? Why?

      I like what she said, not what it means.

      1. What virtualization it is? Assuming by tag, it's KVM?
      2. How many CPU cores are allocated to plans (not specified on plans page)?
      3. Could you explain traffic costs? According to table, 800 Mbit/sec costs 35000 RUR/month (7 * 5000), whereas 1000 Mbit/sec costs 30000. Am I fine with arithmetic?

      Thanks.

      Monitor your network assets with IPHost (PM me for discount code)
    • fitvpnfitvpn Member

      @MorningIris said:
      as strong as Putin? or as dumb as Putin? - Dumb as you dumber :)

      Yes, I can boogie

    • rm_rm_ Member
      edited June 2014

      @jamaica BTW your speed test does not work over IPv6:

      $ wget -O /dev/null -6 http://lg-poiskvps.vstoike.ru/1000.MB
      --2014-06-09 05:08:15--  http://lg-poiskvps.vstoike.ru/1000.MB
      Resolving lg-poiskvps.vstoike.ru (lg-poiskvps.vstoike.ru)... 2a00:1838:20:1::5b2a:9cbf
      Connecting to lg-poiskvps.vstoike.ru (lg-poiskvps.vstoike.ru)|2a00:1838:20:1::5b2a:9cbf|:80... failed: Connection refused.
    • can support custom windows iso with own license?

    • jamaicajamaica Member
      edited June 2014

      @Chuck said:
      No adult porn is allowed? Why?

      Will clarify this moment with our lawyer. I think it's because strange status of adult porn on territory of our country, but I'm just tech specialist, so may be I'm wrong.

      @Master_Bo said:
      1. What virtualization it is? Assuming by tag, it's KVM?
      2. How many CPU cores are allocated to plans (not specified on plans page)?
      3. Could you explain traffic costs? According to table, 800 Mbit/sec costs 35000 RUR/month (7 * 5000), whereas 1000 Mbit/sec costs 30000. Am I fine with arithmetic?

      Thanks.

      1. Sure. It's KVM
      2. 1 Core
      3. According to what table? Can you provide link or screenshot. May be it's error, so we can fix this.

      Thank you!

      @rm_ said:
      jamaica BTW your speed test does not work over IPv6:

      $ wget -O /dev/null -6 http://lg-poiskvps.vstoike.ru/1000.MB
      > --2014-06-09 05:08:15--  http://lg-poiskvps.vstoike.ru/1000.MB
      > Resolving lg-poiskvps.vstoike.ru (lg-poiskvps.vstoike.ru)... 2a00:1838:20:1::5b2a:9cbf
      > Connecting to lg-poiskvps.vstoike.ru (lg-poiskvps.vstoike.ru)|2a00:1838:20:1::5b2a:9cbf|:80... failed: Connection refused.

      My bad :( Will fix this few hours later. Thank you for pointing this.

      @hotsnow said:
      can support custom windows iso with own license?

      Yes. Just buy a VPS, write down a ticket and share your ISO with me.
      Thanks.

      P.S So glad that some of you are interested :)

      Thanked by 1hotsnow
    • and, any free ipv6? thx :)

    • jamaicajamaica Member
      edited June 2014

      @hotsnow said:
      and, any free ipv6? thx :)

      1 IPV6 address is included. Do you need more? If yes, write support ticket :)
      Thanks.

      Thanked by 1hotsnow
    • @jamaica said:
      According to what table? Can you provide link or screenshot. May be it's error, so we can fix this.

      Sure thing. Here's the link:

      http://vstoike.ru/virtual/traffic

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    • @rm_ fixed ipv6 problem.

    • @jamaica said:
      Yes. This is true.

      So dedicated Gigabit port costs approx. $1000/mo. I see.

      Monitor your network assets with IPHost (PM me for discount code)
    • Master_Bo said: So dedicated Gigabit port costs approx. $1000/mo. I see.

      Port and a bandwidth. If you want just GigE port to feel yourself comfortable with "some" free space available for your traffic(when u need it) it will cost you 10$/month.

      Regards

      Serverum Team

    • jamaicajamaica Member
      edited June 2014

      @Master_Bo said:

      1. It's for 1000Mbit/s port with unlimited bandwith.
      2. It's not $1000. It's around 850$. 1$ = ~35 RUB.
    • said: Traffic: 3 TB/Month

      We got 1000 Mbit/s port here, right?

      From http://vstoike.ru/virtual/traffic, looks like we can get unlimited bandwidth with 100 Mbit/s port?

    • @sitsuit said:
      From http://vstoike.ru/virtual/traffic, looks like we can get unlimited bandwidth with 100 Mbit/s port?

      There is an error on the site. Will be fixed tomorrow. 100Mbit port with 3TB traffic limit.
      May be few month later we'll be ready to give unlim traffic, but not now. Sorry.
      3TB if fair enough for this price.

    • jamaica said: Sorry. 3TB if fair enough for this price.

      Yes, it is already good.

    • ValdikSSValdikSS Member
      edited June 2014

      Oh, hello guys. Nice to meet you here.
      IPv6 support is nice, but why the hell do you provide 1 IPv6 address? I bet you have your own /32 or even more, and I can't just imagine your planning scheme.
      Do you do filtering of blacklisted websites on your link? If yes, how exactly do you filter it (IP / DNS / DPI)?

      And to everyone who wants VPN in Russia: you probably don't want it. We have a list of blacklisted websites, and there are a lot of them (even youtube, but nobody blocks it. Yet). New laws regarding internet regulation are born almost every month, so for now we have the registry of blocked sites with "child porn" (well, I almost sure you won't call it child in your country, it's either usual porn with the participants who doesn't look their age or drawn pictures in anime style), suicide how-tos and drug-related information. Recently, all the gambling websites were also blocked and I'm not sure why, because there was no law for that.
      ISPs are forced to set up en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SORM (a new device) which is used to capture all the traffic and store it for months.
      From August 1, there would be a new law about bloggers. If you have more than 3000 unique visitors on your blog a day, you should register yourself as a blogger in the registry. If you don't do that, probably your blog would be added in blacklist and you'll get fine or something.

      But, well, you can download literally everything you want. Our ISPs have their own local torrent trackers, DC++ hubs full of music, movies and games and nobody will say you a word.

      There are a lot of other ridiculous laws which I don't even want to remember.

      Thanked by 1rm_
    • rm_rm_ Member
      edited June 2014

      ValdikSS said: or drawn pictures in anime style

      Yeah, would someone think of the children in all those anime and cartoon drawings! They suffer so much from having been made to participate in all that indecency, and their lives get ruined forever :D

      ValdikSS said: everyone who wants VPN in Russia

      I think if anyone wants that, then for entirely mundane things such as buying/activating cheap games on Steam (not sure if that still works, though), and those won't affected by the blacklists.

      Thanked by 1ValdikSS
    • alexiffalexiff Member
      edited June 2014

      @ValdikSS said:
      Oh, hello guys. Nice to meet you here.
      IPv6 support is nice, but why the hell do you provide 1 IPv6 address? I bet you have your own /32 or even more, and I can't just imagine your planning scheme.
      Do you do filtering of blacklisted websites on your link? If yes, how exactly do you filter it (IP / DNS / DPI)?

      Automatic ipv6 subnet deligation will be available when new soluvm comes out ( 1.16 I think ). If u want it now - we can give it to you manualy - from /48 do /64

      And to everyone who wants VPN in Russia: you probably don't want it. We have a list of blacklisted websites, and there are a lot of them (even youtube, but nobody blocks it. Yet). New laws regarding internet regulation are born almost every month, so for now we have the registry of blocked sites with "child porn" (well, I almost sure you won't call it child in your country, it's either usual porn with the participants who doesn't look their age or drawn pictures in anime style), suicide how-tos and drug-related information. Recently, all the gambling websites were also blocked and I'm not sure why, because there was no law for that.
      ISPs are forced to set up en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SORM (a new device) which is used to capture all the traffic and store it for months.
      From August 1, there would be a new law about bloggers. If you have more than 3000 unique visitors on your blog a day, you should register yourself as a blogger in the registry. If you don't do that, probably your blog would be added in blacklist and you'll get fine or something.

      But, well, you can download literally everything you want. Our ISPs have their own local torrent trackers, DC++ hubs full of music, movies and games and nobody will say you a word.

      There are a lot of other ridiculous laws which I don't even want to remember.

      About "blacklisted sites" - I think you realy out of topic here because this "blacklisting theme" does not affect 99% of usual internet users/customers. Realy, u r buying "cheap vps kvm" for surfing sites like " how to make a bomb " ? I dont think so. Well if you want to use our service to host things like this - we walk a different road.

      P.S. Just to make it clear for everyone - this law in Russia is multi-layered :
      1) First hosting-provider receives abuse/notification from goverment-structure about inappropriate web-site/content.
      2) Hosting-provider notifies his customer that his website/content is against the law and should be removed ( content, not the entire web-site )
      3) IF and only IF hosting-provider and web-site owner do nothing (in 1-2 days) - web-site will be added to national "blacklist" and all ISP's in RU will start to block it ( by IP or @L7 )

      Serverum Team

    • alexiff said: for surfing sites like " how to make a bomb "

      Come on, we both from Russia and we both know how this works. Especially on Rostelecom, where the websites are blocked by IP address even on shared hosting.

      alexiff said: First hosting-provider receives abuse/notification from goverment-structure about inappropriate web-site/content.

      Tell me more.

      Looking at stats i notice a massive decline in russian traffic for rule34.xxx since last month. I went and checked if rule34.xxx is blocked in Russia and apparently it is. So that concludes that ROSKOMNADZOR put rule34.xxx on the blacklist -WITHOUT EVEN ATTEMPTING TO CONTACT ME-. Funny, we don’t even allow loli’s so without them contacting me i have no clue what image was the issue that caused them to block us.

      http://blog.booru.org/?p=193

    • alexiffalexiff Member
      edited June 2014

      ValdikSS said: Come on, we both from Russia and we both know how this works. Especially on Rostelecom, where the websites are blocked by IP address even on shared hosting.

      Info - we do L7 filtration only. Our 2 Uplinks - Globalnet and Anderstelecom

      • Globalnet does filter @ L7
      • Anders doesn't filter his isp-class-customers at all.

      Some more - we have some experience in communication with "goverment" and this communication is quite successful :)
      p.s. good point here is that we are in the role of ISP and a Hosting-provider plus we have our tier2 uplinks on a speed-dial)

      And yes, sometimes law doesnt work as it should :P but atm its not a problem.

      Thanked by 1ValdikSS

      Serverum Team

    • ChuckChuck Member
      edited June 2014

      Any update on adult content? I will not host the video. I will setup a VPN service on VPS. Then I use VPN to watch adult content. Is this Managed or Unmanaged?

      Thanked by 1linuxthefish

      I like what she said, not what it means.

    • @Chuck said:
      Any update on adult content? I will not host the video. I will setup a VPN service on VPS. Then I use VPN to watch adult content. Is this Managed or Unmanaged?

      As far as I know the law, it's totally fine until you don't distribute it. Just don't seed adult torrents.

    • jamaicajamaica Member
      edited June 2014

      @Chuck said:
      Any update on adult content? I will not host the video. I will setup a VPN service on VPS. Then I use VPN to watch adult content. Is this Managed or Unmanaged?

      You are welcome. It's unmanaged.

    • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider

      Chuck said: No adult porn is allowed? Why?

      http://russian-criminal-code.com/PartII/SectionIX/Chapter25.html #242 - Problem is that "illegal" is nowhere defined currently and it's not defined if a "sale" is required and how that would work - So the situation is very uncertain.

      One reason why EDIS allows no adult in Russia, i did a lot of research for that(like in most locations).

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