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    Any low-end KVM in eastern US - full-featured, with IPv6?

    Shot2Shot2 Member
    edited November 2015 in Requests

    Hi :)

    On the lookout for a low-spec KVM VPS in the eastern US, with the following (minimal) requirements:

    • KVM

    • 1 core / 256 MB ram / 3 to 5 GB hdd or ssd

    • 50+ Mbps port / 50+ GB monthly bw

    • 1x IPv4 (one only)

    • native, functional IPv6 (= at least /64)

    • full control over reverse DNS

    • TUN enabled

    Preferences: eastern US (NY, NJ, GA, NC, TX...) or eastern Canada (ON) but no OVH/BHS, from a well-known VPS provider.
    Would go for a yearly plan; max budget about US$24/yr, but open to debate if truly valuable offer.
    Intended use: nothing fishy or excessive! primarily for low-volume slave DNS, NTP, private PeerVPN relay.

    The availability of test IPv4/IPv6 (looking glass) is important, so that I can probe IPv4/IPv6 latencies - and their difference if any - towards W Europe.

    Already checked and dismissed: Deepnet (cause: no rDNS), Virmach & HVHost (cause: no true IPv6), and anything Central / W Coast (ugly latencies).

    edit: I hate markdown, markdown hates me.

    Providing less than /64 means "we are clueless about IPv6". I haz Aruba, IonSwitch, OneProv, Veesp.

    Comments

    • JonchunJonchun Member, Provider

      Ramnode?

    • Shot2Shot2 Member
      edited November 2015

      @Jonchun said:
      Ramnode?

      A bit too pricey, but I agree their NY location smells quite good... :)

      Providing less than /64 means "we are clueless about IPv6". I haz Aruba, IonSwitch, OneProv, Veesp.

    • Shot2 said: US$24/yr

      Given the shortage of IPv4, I really don't think $2/month is going to be sustainable long term.

    • Depends on the company, how they get their IPs allocated, and what their business model is...

      /oh noes not this topic again

      Providing less than /64 means "we are clueless about IPv6". I haz Aruba, IonSwitch, OneProv, Veesp.

    • JonchunJonchun Member, Provider
      edited November 2015

      @Shot2 said:
      Depends on the company, how they get their IPs allocated, and what their business model is...

      /oh noes not this topic again

      Well it's true. You said you're looking for something not "fishy". Maybe not RIGHT THIS SECOND, but within the next couple months $2/mo offers with dedicated IPv4 is going to start being "fishy"

    • miTgiBmiTgiB Member
      edited November 2015

      Might be too costly for you, but I can do 256mb KVM with 10GB hdd and 500gb traffic with /64 IPv6 and 1 IPv4 rDNS from WHMCS for the /64 and have a 30% off coupon bringing it to $4.20/mo

      EDIT: Oh, it is in Charlotte (Caronet) so NC

      Thanked by 1teknolaiz
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    • https://vrtz.net/vps/kvm/US/los-angeles/72.html

      Virtualization Technology   KVM
      Location     Los Angeles, United States
      Datacenter  QuadraNet
      Host    GestionDBI
      RAM 256 MB
      Disk Space  10 GB
      Disk Type   HDD
      Bandwidth    250 GB
      Port    1Gbps
      IPv4    2
      IPv6    ∞
      

      $2.5/month

      Thanked by 1Shot2

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    • Shot2Shot2 Member
      edited November 2015

      Yep... Unfortunately for GestionDBI (great offers & support!), LAX + no rDNS + superfluous IPv4 (which might be bad omen if they start giving them away like candies). Even if cheaper ($25/yr) and with great connectivity, their ATL plan suffers the same issues.

      Providing less than /64 means "we are clueless about IPv6". I haz Aruba, IonSwitch, OneProv, Veesp.

    • Just curious, why do you need a whole /64 on a VPS?

    • Yep, I might have put /56 as a requirement, but have no plan on using the VPS as a VPN server. (And I know of only one provider to offer such a prefix with their VPS, they're in Beautiful Russia.)

      Providing less than /64 means "we are clueless about IPv6". I haz Aruba, IonSwitch, OneProv, Veesp.

    • gestiondbigestiondbi Member, Provider

      We have rDNS. However, our DNS servers are not linked to SolusVM, so you need to submit a ticket to request the change.

      For IP, only our KVM offers get 2 dedicated IP by default.

      Regards, David

      Gestion DBI Inc. | IT Consulting, Telecommunications, Domotic/Security and Hosting provider.
      DeepNet Solutions | OpenVZ VPS for Cheap! | Only the best Cloud KVM VPS.

    • I know, that's why none of your plans fit :|

      Providing less than /64 means "we are clueless about IPv6". I haz Aruba, IonSwitch, OneProv, Veesp.

    • bersybersy Member
      edited November 2015

      If Atlanta is OK, take a look at RAMHost, their 50% off ATLANTA2015 is still valid, so it's $30/year. They were going to add ability to edit rDNS in CP if I recall right.

      INIZ used to have $20/year KVM VPS with /64 IPv6 and rDNS via CP in NY, check them.

      @Jade_G may want to offer you a tiny KVM VPS in Jacksonville.

      Thanked by 1Shot2
    • Thank you for the pointers. RamHost has seemingly great feats/staff/prices, alas! they don't provide true ipv6 (+ 30% lost packets to atl, anyway). Iniz is out of stock. NodeServ's ipv6 is broken atm, will check later.

      Providing less than /64 means "we are clueless about IPv6". I haz Aruba, IonSwitch, OneProv, Veesp.

    • gestiondbigestiondbi Member, Provider

      @Shot2 said:
      I know, that's why none of your plans fit :|

      You will really change your rDNS many time a day?

      Gestion DBI Inc. | IT Consulting, Telecommunications, Domotic/Security and Hosting provider.
      DeepNet Solutions | OpenVZ VPS for Cheap! | Only the best Cloud KVM VPS.

    • Shot2Shot2 Member
      edited November 2015

      Some days, yes, if that's not illegal in the country (or contrary to ToS/AUP).
      I might probably code some ugly script to automate the sending of silly 'justification' tickets, as needs for ptr come and go; let's hope I make no typo in that 'for' loop, we're talking trillions of potential addresses. :)
      Anyway, I'd rather spend extra monthly money on helping Greenpeace save the Canadian Arctic, or on a routed ipv6 subnet, rather than some useless ipv4 which is a source of nuisance, and a scarce resource not to be wasted unduly.
      Thanks again David, wish you all the best :)

      edit: spelling

      Providing less than /64 means "we are clueless about IPv6". I haz Aruba, IonSwitch, OneProv, Veesp.

    • bump

      Providing less than /64 means "we are clueless about IPv6". I haz Aruba, IonSwitch, OneProv, Veesp.

    • Perhaps LunaNode? I think they have OVH BTS (which I know you don't want), but they also have another location in CA. Perhaps it'll suit you. :)

      Ask them nicely if they can add rdns to their API. Should be relatively easy to automate then :)

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    • deadbeefdeadbeef Member
      edited December 2015

      @elgs said:
      a whole /64 on a VPS?

      Think of a /64 as a single IPv4 IP

      https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6177#page-4

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