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Inception Hosting - 3.00 p/year and other Xen offers in DE,NL,UK,USA
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Inception Hosting - 3.00 p/year and other Xen offers in DE,NL,UK,USA

AnthonySmithAnthonySmith Member
edited March 2013 in Offers

Hi Folks,

Still trying to mix it up a bit with offers so please do feel free to make any suggestions for packages.

Happy to work out any deals with anyone that wants something a bit different when ever possible.

As usual all packages come with 15GB offsite backup for free

For the next 2 weeks I will also throw in a free basic shared hosting package based in the UK upon request.

DE (Germany) - Accelerated DC - Frankfurt

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CPU: 4 Cores Equal Share
RAM: 512 MB
SWAP: 512 MB
DISK: 45 GB
Transfer: 400 GB

PRICE: €4.00 p/month
ORDER LINK: https://clients.inceptionhosting.com/cart.php?a=add&pid=66
COUPON CODE: DE512MAR

CPU: 4 Cores Equal Share
RAM: 768 MB
SWAP: 768 MB
DISK: 65 GB
Transfer: 500 GB

PRICE: €5.25 p/month
ORDER LINK: https://clients.inceptionhosting.com/cart.php?a=add&pid=67
COUPON CODE: DE768MAR

UK - RapidSwitch DC - Maidenhead

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CPU: 2 Cores Equal Share
RAM: 128 MB
SWAP: 128 MB
DISK: 7 GB
Transfer: 300 GB

PRICE: €7.00 p/quarter (3 months)
PRICE: €18.00 p/year
COUPON CODE FOR YEARLY: LETDEC128
ORDER LINK: https://clients.inceptionhosting.com/cart.php?a=add&pid=55

Netherlands - SmartDC/i3d - Rotterdam

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CPU: 4 Cores Equal Share
RAM: 256 MB
SWAP: 256 MB
DISK: 15 GB
Transfer: 600 GB

PRICE: €3.80 p/month
ORDER LINK: https://clients.inceptionhosting.com/cart.php?a=add&pid=40
COUPON CODE: 2564380

USA - PhoenixNAP - Phoenix

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CPU: 2 Cores Equal Share
RAM: 128 MB
SWAP: 128 MB
DISK: 6 GB
Transfer: 300 GB

PRICE: €15.00 p/year
ORDER LINK: https://clients.inceptionhosting.com/cart.php?a=add&pid=54
COUPON CODE: USALET128JAN


Introducing the €3.00 p/year VPS

Location: i3d.net - Netherlands - Rotterdam.

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Specifications

64mb Ram
2GB Disk
500GB Xfer
1 x NAT IPv4
5 x Native IPv6
20 x (UDP/TCP) forwarded ports
SolusVM/OpenVZ
ServerBear: http://serverbear.com/benchmark/2013/02/06/gKrKLlwlSG1XU307

This is an Inception Hosting sponsored and funded none profit project that runs as an interest, it is not going anywhere and it is not a profit generator so please respect that, you can find the order link via http://lowendspirit.com which is also hosted on one of the 64mb boxes, this is just in its embryonic stages at the moment so suggestions are welcome.

If you don't have Native or tunnelled IPv6 from home/office that has been taken care of with port forwarding on IPv4 and there is a reverse proxy which handles TCP Header forwarding which in basic terms means you can also host a website on it, click around on the lowendspirit.com website to see 64mb worth of performance :)

New Locations for €3 p/year servers will pop up over 2013.

DO NOT post the direct link for the €3.00 p/year offer, to many people buy it without realising what they are getting that way,

General notes applicable to all above offers:

1) Test IP's will not be posted, please email sales at inceptionhosting .dot. com if you want these.
2) The offers this week or non downwards negotiable i.e. I cant reduce the price by reducing the disk space.
3) If you want any further info please email sales at inceptionhosting .dot. com

Comments

  • Nice offers.. Are you including offsite backup and free Uk hosting for the mini64MB vps as well?

  • @peppr, sorry I should make that more clear in future, the backup space does not come with the lowendspirit offer.

  • @AnthonySmith Why only 20 TCP/UDP Ports? If I'll only setup FTP, PPTP, SSH, NGINX + MYSQL I'll not have any trouble to accessing from IPv4 only? Thanks.

  • @DestroyeRCo It was an arbitrary number that seemed it would more than suffice for a 64mb VPS.

    FTP, PPTP, SSH, NGINX + MYSQL I'll not have any trouble to accessing from IPv4 only? Thanks.
    

    Well that would need 3 externally accessible ports in total so yes you would give you no trouble accessing over IPv4

    If you want to host a site on port 80 I can set a reverse proxy entry for you that will forward to your nginx server based on the TCP header/address you just need to point an A record at the external IP and I will do the rest for you.

  • i nvr try inceptionbosting b4
    anyone here tried b4? wan to see some of feedback/review

    crazy offer btw, hardly see such offer
    hope wasn't oversold

  • @johnlth93 said: i nvr try inceptionbosting b4 ...

    pls t sp w/mc b inceptionbosting apc

  • im wondering with this kind of nat ipv4 will hosting vpn server possible?

  • @nutjob dude, dun fck me up there man. im on freaking mobile access n it is freaking hard to type no shit

  • @AnthonySmith The order was cancelled and marked as fraud.

  • FreekFreek Member

    @johnlth93 said: i nvr try inceptionbosting b4

    anyone here tried b4? wan to see some of feedback/review

    Do a quick search and you will find plenty of reviews of satisfied customers. I have 2 boxes with Anthony as well and I am very satisfied as well. Anthony is a great guy who knows what he's doing. He's honest and in contrary to some other hosts over here, he actually has the know-how to fix stuff if/when something breaks, which is very rare btw.

  • nutjobnutjob Member
    edited March 2013

    @johnlth93 said: dude, dun fck me up there man. im on freaking mobile access n it is freaking hard to type no shit

    hey fk u u c I dgas lol

  • @Freek said: Anthony is a great guy who knows what he's doing.

    I like Anthony too but he is grumpy sometimes. He's definitely one of the more competent providers around here I'd say.

  • @nutjob said: I like Anthony too but he is grumpy sometimes.

    haha, I might print this out and put it on my wall.

  • @DestroyeRCo said: The order was cancelled and marked as fraud.

    fixed :)

  • DestroyeRCoDestroyeRCo Member
    edited March 2013

    @AnthonySmith paid the invoice :D

  • FreekFreek Member

    @nutjob said: I like Anthony too but he is grumpy sometimes.

    I would be grumpy too if some Chinese nutjob did a chargeback for 3 euros, causing over 100 euros in damages (http://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/8886/what-is-wrong-with-people-these-days-insight-from-a-host-perspective).

    Lets get back on topic :)

  • For new customers: READ THE EMAILs and http://lowendspirit.com/help.html

  • Is there a panel for the port forwarding or is that a support ticket each time?

  • johnlth93johnlth93 Member
    edited March 2013

    @Freek said: I am very satisfied as well

    great

    @herbyscrub said: Is there a panel for the port forwarding or is that a support ticket each time?

    i would like to know of that too

  • The control panel is solusvm, yo get 20 ports which are pre forwarded.

    If your IP is e.g. 192.168.0.133 your TCP/UDP port range will be 13301 - 13320

  • That €3.00 p/year VPS is very original/creative.

    Interested in hearing if folks have given it a try... How is it? What are you managing to do with it?

  • @pubcrawler a lot of people are using it as a VPN from what I gather, some others have websites running based on the number of reverse proxy entries I have had to do I would say about 40 ish.

    I personally run http://forum.lowendspirit.com from it as well as the main site, and I am working on a tiny desktop template at the moment although sadly it seems NX is out of the question so probably VNC based.

  • @AnthonySmith, tiny desktop? I'd love to see what you cook up there.

    Forums, Nginx reverse proxies, yeah I can easily see those.

    Awesome thing and truly in the lowend spirit. Dig it!

  • @AnthonySmith about €3.00 p/year plan, 500GB Xfer is per month?

  • @dreamer2908 yes it is p/month and I think anyone that does p/year bandwidth should be kicked in the pants :)

  • That's really cheap

  • @dreamer2908 said: That's really cheap

    It is on an unmetered connection so not a big problem to spread the joy, also the LowEndSpirit service is not put in place to make profit, if I could avoid the abuse I would have done it for free but I think the €3.00 mark is just enough to avoid a lot of the abuse as cheaper packages are available else where for the initial purchase and the serious abusers expect to get kicked off within a week or so anyway :)

  • user123user123 Member
    edited April 2013

    @AnthonySmith How difficult would it be to set up the €3.00/year VPS as a VPN (for IPv4 connection) for someone with say...absolutely no knowledge or skills when it comes to IPv6 (and barely any when it comes to IPv4)? :P

    I'm SO tempted to get one (even if just to brag to myself about it :$) so that I can setup OpenVPN on it and add it to my collection of private-and-pretty-much-never-used VPNs. I might also use it for a tiny temporary private document storage if there's a simple way to do the reverse proxy thingamajig y'all were talking about above for APACHE.

  • @user123 said: How difficult would it be to set up the €3.00/year VPS as a VPN

    The only difference is that you need to run it on a custom port, so not very hard at all many people are doing just that.

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