KVM IPv6 Storage & high traffic KVM with dedicated IP & special IPv6 peering servers

I got 3 unusual requests.
1. Cheap storage server with IPv6. Ideally with NAT IPv4, location does not matter, mostly for cold archive, so CPU and RAM don't really matter. No more than $2.5/T/m.
2. High traffic KVM with dedicated IPv4 and IPv6 (better with /64 subnet). This is for Tor middle relay. Traffic price at most $2 for 10TB, bandwidth >10Mb/s. CPU RAM disk don't really matter. Can not be Hetzner OVH Netcup Online.net Contabo.
3. For CERNET users, mostly for proxies (YouTube, Twitch, P*Hub .etc). I will make sure there's no torrenting or DDoS or spam, will only allow outgoing 80/443 . No HE peering. Check routing to 2001:da8:215:4078:250:56ff:fe97:654d, last hop before CERNET should not be HE. Can pay more if latency is less than 100ms.

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  • WSSWSS Retired

    You've pretty much priced yourself out of anyones' interest.

    Good luck, though.

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    PM me.

    1. How many TB are you looking at for your storage server?
    2. Is IPv6 required? How does QTS sound?

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  • seriesnseriesn Hosting ProviderOG

    @let2les said:
    I got 3 unusual requests.
    1. Cheap storage server with IPv6. Ideally with NAT IPv4, location does not matter, mostly for cold archive, so CPU and RAM don't really matter. No more than $2.5/T/m.
    2. High traffic KVM with dedicated IPv4 and IPv6 (better with /64 subnet). This is for Tor middle relay. Traffic price at most $2 for 10TB, bandwidth >10Mb/s. CPU RAM disk don't really matter. Can not be Hetzner OVH Netcup Online.net Contabo.
    3. For CERNET users, mostly for proxies (YouTube, Twitch, P*Hub .etc). I will make sure there's no torrenting or DDoS or spam, will only allow outgoing 80/443 . No HE peering. Check routing to 2001:da8:215:4078:250:56ff:fe97:654d, last hop before CERNET should not be HE. Can pay more if latency is less than 100ms.

    Boss,
    @10Mb/ You can only push ~3T Worth of data a month Max...

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  • Boss,
    @10Mb/ You can only push ~3T Worth of data a month Max...

    True, and I'd pay $1/m for that, plus some dedicated IPv4 and 10% thread 512MB RAM, total ~ $1.5/m.

  • Share the deal when you get one.

    Mostly lurking for now.

  • seriesnseriesn Hosting ProviderOG

    @let2les said:

    Boss,
    @10Mb/ You can only push ~3T Worth of data a month Max...

    True, and I'd pay $1/m for that, plus some dedicated IPv4 and 10% thread 512MB RAM, total ~ $1.5/m.

    All the best with your search boss :)

  • vyasvyas OGContent Writer

    @seriesn said:

    @let2les said:

    Boss,
    @10Mb/ You can only push ~3T Worth of data a month Max...

    True, and I'd pay $1/m for that, plus some dedicated IPv4 and 10% thread 512MB RAM, total ~ $1.5/m.

    All the best with your search boss :)

    I want managed VPS for that price. Any offers?

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  • 10mbit/s is just a waste for dedicated IPv4 resources., I can go with that, but why would you? Better 100mbit dedicated with 20% thread 1GB RAM for $6/m.
    Please note, my requests are separated, no need so much traffic for req. 3.

  • seriesnseriesn Hosting ProviderOG

    @let2les said:
    10mbit/s is just a waste for dedicated IPv4 resources., I can go with that, but why would you? Better 100mbit dedicated with 20% thread 1GB RAM for $6/m.
    Please note, my requests are separated, no need so much traffic for req. 3.

    So 33T data for $6/mo? I mean, welcome from let 2 les. I don’t think even HostDoc could offer that :/

  • So 33T data for $6/mo? I mean, welcome from let 2 les. I don’t think even HostDoc could offer that :/

    I know only Hetzner Online.net Netcup Contabo can do that. I didn't expect much though, just posted it here, it's for running Tor middle relays, so pretty much charity.
    If anyone allows Tor exit node with reduced exit policy, like BuyVM, please let me know. Would pay more traffic fee for a exit relay. Again, I'm pretty much donating for Tor relay diversity, so can't afford too much.

  • are you can amford for donates bro?

  • FHRFHR Hosting ProviderOG

    @let2les said: . For CERNET users, mostly for proxies (YouTube, Twitch, P*Hub .etc). I will make sure there's no torrenting or DDoS or spam, will only allow outgoing 80/443 . No HE peering. Check routing to 2001:da8:215:4078:250:56ff:fe97:654d, last hop before CERNET should not be HE. Can pay more if latency is less than 100ms.

    Good luck. They have only HE transit + few random peerings here and there (GEANT, BT, Vodafone/CW).

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  • Goodluck with your budget.

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  • xTomxTom Hosting Provider

    It's impossible for CERNET users with good latency and cheap price.

    Good luck to OP.

  • @xTom said:
    It's impossible for CERNET users with good latency and cheap price.

    I never said req. 3 needs to be cheap, I would even consider if it's as high as $5/T/m and IPv6 latency to CERNET ~50ms. It must be KVM, can be NAT IPv4, only need <20% thread, 512MB RAM, can be 100Mbps link.
    I know you peer HKIX, but most your resellers are awful or sell at > $10/T/m or does not allow personal proxies at all.

  • @let2les said: I never said req. 3 needs to be cheap, I would even consider if it's as high as $5/T/m

    :o as high as $5/T/m? Good luck with your budget

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