HostMaze.com - ✔ Free Layer7 DDoS Protection ✔ Unmetered @ 1Gbit ✔ Cheap

HostMaze.com - ✔ Free Layer7 DDoS Protection ✔ Unmetered @ 1Gbit ✔ Cheap

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  • Datacenter: M247
  • Location: Bucharest, Romania
  • Test IPv4: 178.156.202.8
  • Test IPv6: 2a02:13f0:8100:6::c3f6:b20f
  • Looking Glass: LG Hostmaze
  • Additional IPv4 / price: $1.5
  • Additional IPv6 / price: Free
  • Port Speed: 1000 Mbit
  • Free Layer7 DDoS Protection
  • rDNS Panel
  • Payment Methods: Paypal, Paysafecard, Credit-Card, Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin
  • *OpenVZ Hardware: 2x Xeon(R) E5645 @ 2.40GHz
  • *KVM Hardware: 2x Xeon(R) E5645 @ 2.40GHz


OpenVZ:

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CPU: 1 CPU
Ram: 128 MB
Burst Ram: 128 MB
vSwap: 128 MB
HDD: 10 GB
Port: 1 Gbit
Bandwidth: Unmetered
IP: 1 IPv4 - 2 IPv6
Location: Romania
SolusVM Control Panel
Price: $1.49 /m
CPU: 1 CPU
Ram: 256 MB
Burst Ram: 256 MB
vSwap: 256 MB
HDD: 15 GB
Port: 1 Gbit
Bandwidth: Unmetered
IP: 1 IPv4 - 10 IPv6
Location: Romania
SolusVM Control Panel
Price: $1.99 /m
CPU: 1 CPU
Ram: 512 MB
Burst Ram: 512 MB
vSwap: 512 MB
HDD: 20 GB
Port: 1 Gbit
Bandwidth: Unmetered
IP: 1 IPv4 - 20 IPv6
Location: Romania
SolusVM Control Panel
Price: $2.99 /m
CPU: 1 CPU
Ram: 1 GB
Burst Ram: 1 GB
vSwap: 1 GB
HDD: 20 GB
Port: 1 Gbit
Bandwidth: Unmetered
IP: 1 IPv4 - 30 IPv6
Location: Romania
SolusVM Control Panel
Price: $3.99 /m
CPU: 1 CPU
Ram: 2 GB
Burst Ram: 2 GB
vSwap: 2 GB
HDD: 20 GB
Port: 1 Gbit
Bandwidth: Unmetered
IP: 1 IPv4 - /112 IPv6
Location: Romania
SolusVM Control Panel
Price: $5.99 /m

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KVM:

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CPU: 1 CPU
Ram: 1 GB
Swap: 1 GB
HDD: 20 GB
Port: 1 Gbit
Bandwidth: Unmetered
IP: 1 IPv4 - 20 IPv6
Location: Romania
SolusVM Control Panel
Price: $6 /m

KVM Complete Offer Here


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Comments

  • ucxoucxo Member

    IPv6. You're doing it wrong.

    • RFC 6177: IPv6 Address Assignment to End Sites:

      The recommendation in RFC 3177 to assign /48s as a default is not a requirement of the IPv6 architecture; anything of length /64 or shorter works from a standards perspective.

    • Why Allocating a /64 is Necessary:

      • Simplicity
      • Route Summarisation
      • (Not) Breaking IPv6
    • IPv6 Email is a little different: One customer, one /64:

      A large hosting company did that recently, assigning each of their customers a small range of IPv6 addresses out of a single /64 – and they discovered why it’s a terrible idea. They had no more than the usual level of email delivery problems on IPv4, but all of their IPv6 mail was blocked at a lot of destinations. Because a /64 is the smallest recommended range to assign to a user it’s also the smallest quantum that reputation services and blacklists will block by. Bad behaviour by one of their customers got the /64 that customer was sending from blocked – along with all the other customers sending from other parts of that /64.

      So don’t do that.

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