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[DDoS Protected] $3.79/month OpenVZ Server in Moldova
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[DDoS Protected] $3.79/month OpenVZ Server in Moldova

sz1hostingsz1hosting Member
edited August 2014 in Offers

Our Offer:

Sz1Hosting Group have invested in a new location - Chișinău, Moldova. All plans in this location include advanced DDoS protection that can hold attacks up to 500gbps, 700 mpps (UDP) and 500 mpps (TCP)

Features:

  • Advanced DDoS Protection
  • 1Gbps Port Speed
  • European Location
  • 1 Dedicated IPv4
  • Native IPv6
  • RAID 5 Node

Our plans:

MD-256-OVZ
256MB RAM
256MB Swap
550GB Data Transfer
1 vCPU core
15GB Disk
$3.79/month

MD-512-OVZ
512MB RAM
512MB Swap
1TB Data Transfer
1 vCPU Core
20GB Disk
$5.00/month

MD-1GB-OVZ
1024MB RAM
1024MB Swap
2.1TB Data Transfer
2 vCPU Cores
50GB Disk
$7.00/month

We can also provide custom configurations - please just send me a PM or make a sales ticket.

Payment Methods:
We currently only accept PayPal.

Comments

  • linuxthefishlinuxthefish Member
    edited August 2014

    Amazing. Better than OVH? :D

    Thanked by 1sz1hosting
  • sz1hostingsz1hosting Member
    edited August 2014

    linuxthefish said: Amazing. Better than OVH? :D

    I can not directly say on this public forum as it could be considered slander, but a lot of people would say it is better DDoS protection than other companies.

  • NyrNyr Member

    Protection is from Voxility in RO, not MD. Physical location and IPs are MD but routing goes trough RO.

  • @Nyr said:
    Protection is from Voxility in RO, not MD. Physical location and IPs are MD but routing goes trough RO.

    You are correct - however the machine is in MD so we will treat it as such.

  • any test ip?

  • NyrNyr Member

    add_iT said: any test ip?

    hosteasy.eu -> 178.17.160.32

  • IshaqIshaq Member, Provider

    HostEasy has filtering done in Romania and Germany Voxility POPs.

    [BudgetNode] DDoS Protected. 7 Locations (US/EU). Check out our latest offer!
  • HostEasy reseller? But they offer KVM instead OVZ

    Yes, I can boogie

  • We are not resellers for any location we have.

  • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider
    edited August 2014

    sz1hosting said: You are correct - however the machine is in MD so we will treat it as such.

    I wouldnt be 100% sure on that. I know they were in Moldova before but currently it could be simply in Voxility (which is... much more likely)

  • Own DC in Moldova/Romania? lol

    Thanked by 1sz1hosting

    Yes, I can boogie

  • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider

    No, he means he rents/colocates and no reseller for VPS that hosteasy offers.

  • @linuxthefish said:
    Amazing. Better than OVH? :D

    Nothing against @sz1hosting but Voxility's DDoS protection is one of the worst & most falsely advertised thing I have ever seen. Voxility claim it to be 500 Gbps but actually they can't even tank a few Gbps attacks. A friend of mine was paying hundreds of Euros for their so called 500 Gbps protection & he told me it failed to protect his gameserver from very small attacks. I didn't believe it at first but then he signed up for a $10 booter account to show me & I can confirm it really is useless. OVH actually deliver what they advertise without charging anything extra for it.

  • @sz1hosting if you are really interested in providing DDoS protection which actually works then you should switch to OVH's network. I wish you best of luck for your business though.

  • sz1hostingsz1hosting Member
    edited August 2014

    @K2Bytes

    We rent our servers from HostEasy - the server is physically located in Moldova - however protection is provided by Voxility & Hosteacy who own there own data center, so it is not the same protection as voxility provides, the anti ddos we use provides better DDoS protection than OVH otherwise i would of bought OVH for half the price!

    And from what you have said i can understand why the full DDoS protection is not all from voxility - partly.

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