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Last Edited by widgit March 20, 2013 at 04:41 PM
urlhasbeenblocked is now offering a 2GB VPS for $40 per year, this time with 2 IPv4 addresses and now offer an additional location option (Atlanta)

UPDATE: The wiki went bye-bye, don't know why. Look at post 5 for most of what was in there.

UPDATE: I just found a code that seems to give you almost the same deal at $30, 2GBYR
More info from Kevin:
to clarify about the $30/yr deal. It is valid for the "Enterprise" plan listed here: http://urlhasbeenblocked.net/openvz.html. It only includes 1x IP, and is only valid for our Chicago, Buffalo, and LA location (Not Atlanta). The $40/yr STEALOFADEAL offer is separate order links like I gave you earlier, and includes 2 IP addresses. It is also available in our new location Atlanta.

This is not technically a repost, because the other thread about this particular deal got deleted. The STEALOFADEAL offer actually costs $10 more than the previous deals, and it comes with 2 IP addresses.

2048MB (2GB) Dedicated Ram
50 GB Diskspace
2TB Monthly Bandwidth
100Mbps Port
2x IPv4 Address with STEALOFADEAL
1x IPv4 Address with 2GBYR code, but $10 less, but no Atlanta
SolusVM/OpenVZ
Instant Setup (most of the time)
Free Backups
3 or 4 Location Choices: Los Angeles, Chicago, Buffalo, (Atlanta on the $40 code)

$40/year with promo code "STEALOFADEAL" & 2 IP addresses
Order in Chicago, IL - https://billing.chicagovps.net/ca...dd&pid=160
Order in Buffalo, NY - https://billing.chicagovps.net/ca...dd&pid=161
Order in Los Angeles, CA - https://billing.chicagovps.net/ca...dd&pid=162
Order in Atlanta, GA - https://billing.chicagovps.net/ca...dd&pid=163

$30/yr deal. with 1 IP address and no Atlanta
http://urlhasbeenblocked.net/openvz.html - Choose Enterprise, 1 year recurring


The promo code to use is STEALOFADEAL or 2GBYR- over $200+ in savings Just be sure to select the 12 month billing cycle when ordering then on the next page you will find the option to enter in the promo code. This price doesn't go up after the year is up either.

When signing up, use an easy password, and change it later. Some folks had trouble with complicated password during signup.

Disclaimer: I don't work for, nor am I anyway associated with urlhasbeenblocked. I have one VPS with this company, and I paid $40 for it. They aren't giving me anything. Yes, I know they should, but they haven't. shake head

What is this, you may ask? It is an online Linux computer that you have root access to, and can install and run practically anything. Read the TOS, 'cause that doesn't include P2P sharing, folding, bit coin mining, seti stuff, and anything else stupid like that, that might kill the performance for everyone else.

Anyways, like I said, you get root access to a Linux box, and when you screw that up, no problem, they give you a control panel that lets you reinstall a new OS in minutes. Pretty cool. With a small effort, you can even vnc into it with a full GUI.

Don't expect the world from this, you get more than you pay for. Think twice before you bet your business on this, although I think there are people that do.

Community Wiki

Last Edited by JaminJaymon March 19, 2013 at 08:35 PM
First Steps
http://plusbryan.com/my-first-5-m...ux-servers

OpenVPN
http://www.webhostingtalk.com/sho...?t=1167872
http://tipupdate.com/how-to-insta...buntu-vps/
https://forum.ramhost.us/bbs/viewtopic.php?id=4
http://vpsnoc.com/blog/2010/01/ho...instantly/

PPTP VPN on Ubuntu
http://askubuntu.com/questions/19...ubuntu-vps
http://www.lowendguide.com/networ...up-script/

VNC+ GNOME on VPS
http://forums.hostv.com/how-tos/1...buntu.html

VNC Alternative (credit 2 Brobee)
If you're on osx:
* http://xquartz.macosforge.org/landing/
windows:
* http://sourceforge.net/projects/xming/
you can then basically run any GUI based application through ssh on your local box in an environment you're already comfortable with. it gives you the best of both worlds... being in a GUI you know and running applications as if you're on the remote server. the cool thing about doing this is you're not trying to run an intense 1024x768 window @ 16/32bit color with the latency from their location to yours... while minor (30ms-70ms) its still noticable... it's easier to use the above methods... once you get it running it's pretty awesome and should fit 99% of what people need to do if they're buying a $40/y option. this should also make applications pretty snappy since you're only using resources required for individual applications vs. running a full blow kde/gnome/etc environment.

Set Up Your External DNS Registrar To Point To Your VPS
NameCheap:
http://www.namecheap.com/support/...?aff=22524
GoDaddy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUcIFlGX-jY

HowTos and Guides
http://library.linode.com
http://www.howtoforge.com
Debian Administrator's Handbook http://debian-handbook.info/get/now/
Getting Started With Ubuntu http://ubuntu-manual.org
Linux For Beginners http://www.linuxtopia.org/online_...index.html
Ubuntu Guide http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Ubunt...antal#EPUB

Here are the test IP addresses you can ping/tracert:

Chicago, IL
Test IP: 206.217.137.110

Buffalo, NY
Test IP: 75.127.3.3

Los Angeles, CA
Test IP: 198.23.128.127

Atlanta, GA:
Test IP: 198.23.229.130



Maybe do research before buying. I can't post links so copy and paste these into google:

site:lowendtalk.com urlhasbeenblocked-hacked-bunch-of-vps-customers-offline
site:lowendtalk.com so-was-there-a-solusvm-exploit-or-not
site:lowendtalk.com urlhasbeenblocked.net-user-database-hacked-lastpass-security-email
site:lowendtalk.com urlhasbeenblocked-database-leaked-urlhasbeenblocked-customers-change-your-root-passwords-immediately

Important reading for anyone who has imporant data. Make your own backup!!

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Quote from urlhasbeenblocked-Kevin View Post :
Here is a website that you can use to check if its a connectivity issue with your ISP or not, this website called Just-Ping [just-ping.com] pings your server IP from dozens of locations worldwide and lets you know if there is any packet loss.
That is a cool site, but it's actually showing a lot of packet loss. If I enter one of your public test IPs for Buffalo (75.127.3.3):

Code:
 Location	Result	min. rrt	avg. rrt	max. rrt	IP
 Amsterdam2, Netherlands:	Okay	88.6	88.7	88.8	75.127.3.3
 Florida, U.S.A.:	Okay	42.7	42.7	42.8	75.127.3.3
 Amsterdam3, Netherlands:	Okay	94.0	94.1	94.1	75.127.3.3
 Sydney, Australia:	Packets lost (40%)	242.8	248.2	263.9	75.127.3.3
 New York, U.S.A.:	Okay	7.1	7.2	7.2	75.127.3.3
 Stockholm, Sweden:	Okay	125.1	125.9	129.0	75.127.3.3
 Santa Clara, U.S.A.:	Okay	82.8	83.0	83.3	75.127.3.3
 Vancouver, Canada:	Packets lost (90%)	88.8	88.8	88.8	75.127.3.3
 London, United Kingdom:	Packets lost (100%)				75.127.3.3
 Madrid, Spain:	Packets lost (100%)				75.127.3.3
 Padova, Italy:	Okay	115.3	115.7	118.1	75.127.3.3
 Singapore, Singapore:	Packets lost (80%)	286.2	286.2	286.2	75.127.3.3
 Austin, U.S.A.:	Packets lost (80%)	38.7	38.7	38.8	75.127.3.3
 Cologne, Germany:	Packets lost (70%)	97.9	98.0	98.2	75.127.3.3
 München, Germany:	Packets lost (50%)	112.5	112.7	113.2	75.127.3.3
 Amsterdam, Netherlands:	Packets lost (40%)	88.7	88.7	88.8	75.127.3.3
 Shanghai, China:	Okay	522.9	526.7	529.8	75.127.3.3
 Hong Kong, China:	Okay	239.1	239.5	239.9	75.127.3.3
 Melbourne, Australia:	Okay	245.3	246.1	249.9	75.127.3.3
 Lille, France:	Okay	87.1	88.8	90.8	75.127.3.3
 San Francisco, U.S.A.:	Checkpoint temporarily not available	-	-	-	-
 Zurich, Switzerland:	Okay	142.1	146.2	148.7	75.127.3.3
 Mumbai, India:	Okay	254.3	259.7	272.1	75.127.3.3
 Auckland, New Zealand:	Packets lost (10%)	209.7	210.0	211.2	75.127.3.3
 Groningen, Netherlands:	Packets lost (40%)	98.6	98.7	98.9	75.127.3.3
 Antwerp, Belgium:	Packets lost (100%)				75.127.3.3
 Dublin, Ireland:	Packets lost (30%)	97.5	97.6	97.7	75.127.3.3
 Kharkov, Ukraine:	Packets lost (100%)				75.127.3.3
 Manchester, United Kingdom:	Packets lost (100%)				75.127.3.3
 Vilnius, Lithuania:	Packets lost (60%)	132.0	132.0	132.1	75.127.3.3
 Bucharest, Romania:	Okay	150.5	165.5	194.0	75.127.3.3
 Bangkok, Thailand:	Packets lost (30%)	348.3	349.2	349.9	75.127.3.3
 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:	Packets lost (20%)	278.0	278.3	278.6	75.127.3.3
 Jakarta, Indonesia:	Packets lost (50%)	260.0	260.2	260.5	75.127.3.3
 Cape Town, South Africa:	Okay	246.6	247.4	249.0	75.127.3.3
 Glasgow, United Kingdom:	Packets lost (70%)	92.5	92.9	93.6	75.127.3.3
 Lisbon, Portugal:	Okay	125.6	125.8	126.3	75.127.3.3
 Chicago, U.S.A.:	Packets lost (20%)	14.2	17.9	23.8	75.127.3.3
 Dallas, U.S.A.:	Packets lost (100%)				75.127.3.3
 Istanbul, Turkey:	Packets lost (10%)	162.4	176.5	207.5	75.127.3.3
 Gdansk, Poland:	Okay	137.3	137.9	138.3	75.127.3.3
 Cairo, Egypt:	Packets lost (30%)	146.5	147.3	148.5	75.127.3.3
 Buenos Aires, Argentina:	Checkpoint temporarily not available	-	-	-	-
 Belgrade, Serbia:	Packets lost (60%)	138.4	138.9	139.3	75.127.3.3
 Toronto, Canada:	Packets lost (10%)	24.8	24.9	25.0	75.127.3.3
 Athens, Greece:	Packets lost (100%)				75.127.3.3
 Frankfurt, Germany:	Packets lost (40%)	117.9	118.0	118.8	75.127.3.3
 Sofia, Bulgaria:	Packets lost (20%)	150.1	150.9	151.8	75.127.3.3
 Budapest, Hungary:	Packets lost (70%)	136.4	136.4	136.5	75.127.3.3
 Sao Paulo, Brazil:	Packets lost (50%)	154.2	156.6	157.3	75.127.3.3
 Paris, France:	Packets lost (30%)	110.0	114.7	122.6	75.127.3.3
 Mumbai, India:	Packets lost (70%)	234.2	235.0	235.7	75.127.3.3
 New Delhi, India:	Packets lost (100%)				75.127.3.3
 Chicago, U.S.A.:	Packets lost (10%)	24.2	24.8	26.9	75.127.3.3
 Bangalore, India:	Packets lost (10%)	287.8	289.0	292.7	75.127.3.3
 Montreal, Canada:	Packets lost (80%)	22.4	22.9	23.3	75.127.3.3
 Tokyo, Japan:	Packets lost (30%)	193.2	193.3	193.4	75.127.3.3
 Milan, Italy:	Packets lost (100%)				75.127.3.3
 Hangzhou, China:	Okay	259.0	259.5	259.8	75.127.3.3
 Copenhagen, Denmark:	Packets lost (40%)	97.6	97.6	97.7	75.127.3.3
 Phoenix, U.S.A.:	Okay	79.6	79.7	79.9	75.127.3.3
 Miami, U.S.A.:	Packets lost (30%)	38.2	39.4	42.9	75.127.3.3
Even if we exclude the foreign countries, there's still a few of their US monitors that show packet loss. It does vary a bit between runs though, but there are a number that still show packet loss.

FWIW, I see similar results from my own Buffalo VPS. I don't see the problem from my home connection though, and I don't have much important on there yet.

But things are a lot better from your Chicago test IP (206.217.137.110):
Code:
 Location	Result	min. rrt	avg. rrt	max. rrt	IP
 Amsterdam2, Netherlands:	Okay	102.8	103.0	103.2	206.217.137.110
 Florida, U.S.A.:	Okay	41.3	41.7	42.3	206.217.137.110
 Amsterdam3, Netherlands:	Okay	103.0	103.1	103.3	206.217.137.110
 Sydney, Australia:	Okay	224.7	226.8	230.4	206.217.137.110
 New York, U.S.A.:	Okay	26.7	26.8	26.9	206.217.137.110
 Stockholm, Sweden:	Okay	124.2	124.4	124.7	206.217.137.110
 Santa Clara, U.S.A.:	Okay	55.4	56.1	60.7	206.217.137.110
 Vancouver, Canada:	Okay	67.0	67.6	68.2	206.217.137.110
 London, United Kingdom:	Okay	89.3	89.8	90.3	206.217.137.110
 Madrid, Spain:	Okay	130.6	134.4	140.7	206.217.137.110
 Padova, Italy:	Packets lost (60%)	156.3	159.4	165.0	206.217.137.110
 Singapore, Singapore:	Okay	206.2	214.7	227.8	206.217.137.110
 Austin, U.S.A.:	Okay	32.7	33.3	33.7	206.217.137.110
 Cologne, Germany:	Okay	110.5	110.6	110.8	206.217.137.110
 München, Germany:	Okay	113.2	113.4	113.9	206.217.137.110
 Amsterdam, Netherlands:	Okay	97.9	98.3	99.0	206.217.137.110
 Shanghai, China:	Okay	185.9	186.3	186.8	206.217.137.110
 Hong Kong, China:	Okay	199.7	203.1	207.5	206.217.137.110
 Melbourne, Australia:	Okay	222.0	222.9	223.9	206.217.137.110
 Lille, France:	Okay	108.1	114.6	128.0	206.217.137.110
 San Francisco, U.S.A.:	Checkpoint temporarily not available	-	-	-	-
 Zurich, Switzerland:	Okay	121.2	121.5	121.9	206.217.137.110
 Mumbai, India:	Okay	252.0	256.3	266.9	206.217.137.110
 Auckland, New Zealand:	Okay	178.4	179.3	180.0	206.217.137.110
 Groningen, Netherlands:	Okay	103.3	103.7	103.9	206.217.137.110
 Antwerp, Belgium:	Okay	106.3	106.8	107.7	206.217.137.110
 Dublin, Ireland:	Okay	107.4	107.5	107.6	206.217.137.110
 Kharkov, Ukraine:	Okay	156.7	157.0	157.3	206.217.137.110
 Manchester, United Kingdom:	Okay	93.6	94.9	98.8	206.217.137.110
 Vilnius, Lithuania:	Okay	131.0	131.1	131.2	206.217.137.110
 Bucharest, Romania:	Okay	137.1	151.4	161.7	206.217.137.110
 Bangkok, Thailand:	Okay	319.5	319.6	319.7	206.217.137.110
 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:	Okay	251.6	251.8	253.0	206.217.137.110
 Jakarta, Indonesia:	Okay	259.7	264.2	272.0	206.217.137.110
 Cape Town, South Africa:	Okay	244.7	245.6	247.1	206.217.137.110
 Glasgow, United Kingdom:	Okay	89.0	89.9	92.6	206.217.137.110
 Lisbon, Portugal:	Okay	138.1	141.9	147.8	206.217.137.110
 Chicago, U.S.A.:	Okay	2.5	11.8	73.6	206.217.137.110
 Dallas, U.S.A.:	Okay	26.4	29.0	47.3	206.217.137.110
 Istanbul, Turkey:	Okay	170.3	185.3	218.2	206.217.137.110
 Gdansk, Poland:	Okay	133.3	134.8	143.2	206.217.137.110
 Cairo, Egypt:	Okay	155.9	156.8	160.6	206.217.137.110
 Buenos Aires, Argentina:	Okay	170.9	171.2	172.2	206.217.137.110
 Belgrade, Serbia:	Okay	126.9	126.9	127.0	206.217.137.110
 Toronto, Canada:	Okay	14.7	14.8	14.9	206.217.137.110
 Athens, Greece:	Okay	140.1	143.9	150.0	206.217.137.110
 Frankfurt, Germany:	Okay	114.0	114.1	114.3	206.217.137.110
 Sofia, Bulgaria:	Okay	147.9	151.0	155.3	206.217.137.110
 Budapest, Hungary:	Okay	121.8	121.9	122.2	206.217.137.110
 Sao Paulo, Brazil:	Okay	154.6	154.8	155.2	206.217.137.110
 Paris, France:	Okay	114.7	120.3	128.1	206.217.137.110
 Mumbai, India:	Okay	275.0	276.7	283.3	206.217.137.110
 New Delhi, India:	Okay	261.2	272.4	285.0	206.217.137.110
 Chicago, U.S.A.:	Okay	1.1	2.2	3.8	206.217.137.110
 Bangalore, India:	Okay	260.2	267.0	282.6	206.217.137.110
 Montreal, Canada:	Okay	25.1	28.2	31.3	206.217.137.110
 Tokyo, Japan:	Okay	174.6	181.9	186.4	206.217.137.110
 Milan, Italy:	Okay	118.3	118.6	118.8	206.217.137.110
 Hangzhou, China:	Okay	212.1	222.0	232.3	206.217.137.110
 Copenhagen, Denmark:	Okay	123.0	123.2	123.4	206.217.137.110
 Phoenix, U.S.A.:	Okay	58.9	59.4	60.0	206.217.137.110
 Miami, U.S.A.:	Packets lost (10%)	42.6	47.6	51.1	206.217.137.110
I did a few tests for each IP, and they were essentially back to back between the locations.

I'm not sure if it's just-ping that has issues or what. Anyway, I'm just interested because I'm in Buffalo so Stick Out Tongue.
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If he loses his clearance for doing stupid network violations, he sure can be fired. wave
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Quote from clicq View Post :
That is a cool site, but it's actually showing a lot of packet loss. If I enter one of your public test IPs for Buffalo (75.127.3.3):

Code:
 Location	Result	min. rrt	avg. rrt	max. rrt	IP
 Amsterdam2, Netherlands:	Okay	88.6	88.7	88.8	75.127.3.3
 Florida, U.S.A.:	Okay	42.7	42.7	42.8	75.127.3.3
 Amsterdam3, Netherlands:	Okay	94.0	94.1	94.1	75.127.3.3
 Sydney, Australia:	Packets lost (40%)	242.8	248.2	263.9	75.127.3.3
 New York, U.S.A.:	Okay	7.1	7.2	7.2	75.127.3.3
 Stockholm, Sweden:	Okay	125.1	125.9	129.0	75.127.3.3
 Santa Clara, U.S.A.:	Okay	82.8	83.0	83.3	75.127.3.3
 Vancouver, Canada:	Packets lost (90%)	88.8	88.8	88.8	75.127.3.3
 London, United Kingdom:	Packets lost (100%)				75.127.3.3
 Madrid, Spain:	Packets lost (100%)				75.127.3.3
 Padova, Italy:	Okay	115.3	115.7	118.1	75.127.3.3
 Singapore, Singapore:	Packets lost (80%)	286.2	286.2	286.2	75.127.3.3
 Austin, U.S.A.:	Packets lost (80%)	38.7	38.7	38.8	75.127.3.3
 Cologne, Germany:	Packets lost (70%)	97.9	98.0	98.2	75.127.3.3
 München, Germany:	Packets lost (50%)	112.5	112.7	113.2	75.127.3.3
 Amsterdam, Netherlands:	Packets lost (40%)	88.7	88.7	88.8	75.127.3.3
 Shanghai, China:	Okay	522.9	526.7	529.8	75.127.3.3
 Hong Kong, China:	Okay	239.1	239.5	239.9	75.127.3.3
 Melbourne, Australia:	Okay	245.3	246.1	249.9	75.127.3.3
 Lille, France:	Okay	87.1	88.8	90.8	75.127.3.3
 San Francisco, U.S.A.:	Checkpoint temporarily not available	-	-	-	-
 Zurich, Switzerland:	Okay	142.1	146.2	148.7	75.127.3.3
 Mumbai, India:	Okay	254.3	259.7	272.1	75.127.3.3
 Auckland, New Zealand:	Packets lost (10%)	209.7	210.0	211.2	75.127.3.3
 Groningen, Netherlands:	Packets lost (40%)	98.6	98.7	98.9	75.127.3.3
 Antwerp, Belgium:	Packets lost (100%)				75.127.3.3
 Dublin, Ireland:	Packets lost (30%)	97.5	97.6	97.7	75.127.3.3
 Kharkov, Ukraine:	Packets lost (100%)				75.127.3.3
 Manchester, United Kingdom:	Packets lost (100%)				75.127.3.3
 Vilnius, Lithuania:	Packets lost (60%)	132.0	132.0	132.1	75.127.3.3
 Bucharest, Romania:	Okay	150.5	165.5	194.0	75.127.3.3
 Bangkok, Thailand:	Packets lost (30%)	348.3	349.2	349.9	75.127.3.3
 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:	Packets lost (20%)	278.0	278.3	278.6	75.127.3.3
 Jakarta, Indonesia:	Packets lost (50%)	260.0	260.2	260.5	75.127.3.3
 Cape Town, South Africa:	Okay	246.6	247.4	249.0	75.127.3.3
 Glasgow, United Kingdom:	Packets lost (70%)	92.5	92.9	93.6	75.127.3.3
 Lisbon, Portugal:	Okay	125.6	125.8	126.3	75.127.3.3
 Chicago, U.S.A.:	Packets lost (20%)	14.2	17.9	23.8	75.127.3.3
 Dallas, U.S.A.:	Packets lost (100%)				75.127.3.3
 Istanbul, Turkey:	Packets lost (10%)	162.4	176.5	207.5	75.127.3.3
 Gdansk, Poland:	Okay	137.3	137.9	138.3	75.127.3.3
 Cairo, Egypt:	Packets lost (30%)	146.5	147.3	148.5	75.127.3.3
 Buenos Aires, Argentina:	Checkpoint temporarily not available	-	-	-	-
 Belgrade, Serbia:	Packets lost (60%)	138.4	138.9	139.3	75.127.3.3
 Toronto, Canada:	Packets lost (10%)	24.8	24.9	25.0	75.127.3.3
 Athens, Greece:	Packets lost (100%)				75.127.3.3
 Frankfurt, Germany:	Packets lost (40%)	117.9	118.0	118.8	75.127.3.3
 Sofia, Bulgaria:	Packets lost (20%)	150.1	150.9	151.8	75.127.3.3
 Budapest, Hungary:	Packets lost (70%)	136.4	136.4	136.5	75.127.3.3
 Sao Paulo, Brazil:	Packets lost (50%)	154.2	156.6	157.3	75.127.3.3
 Paris, France:	Packets lost (30%)	110.0	114.7	122.6	75.127.3.3
 Mumbai, India:	Packets lost (70%)	234.2	235.0	235.7	75.127.3.3
 New Delhi, India:	Packets lost (100%)				75.127.3.3
 Chicago, U.S.A.:	Packets lost (10%)	24.2	24.8	26.9	75.127.3.3
 Bangalore, India:	Packets lost (10%)	287.8	289.0	292.7	75.127.3.3
 Montreal, Canada:	Packets lost (80%)	22.4	22.9	23.3	75.127.3.3
 Tokyo, Japan:	Packets lost (30%)	193.2	193.3	193.4	75.127.3.3
 Milan, Italy:	Packets lost (100%)				75.127.3.3
 Hangzhou, China:	Okay	259.0	259.5	259.8	75.127.3.3
 Copenhagen, Denmark:	Packets lost (40%)	97.6	97.6	97.7	75.127.3.3
 Phoenix, U.S.A.:	Okay	79.6	79.7	79.9	75.127.3.3
 Miami, U.S.A.:	Packets lost (30%)	38.2	39.4	42.9	75.127.3.3
Even if we exclude the foreign countries, there's still a few of their US monitors that show packet loss. It does vary a bit between runs though, but there are a number that still show packet loss.

FWIW, I see similar results from my own Buffalo VPS. I don't see the problem from my home connection though, and I don't have much important on there yet.

But things are a lot better from your Chicago test IP (206.217.137.110):
Code:
 Location	Result	min. rrt	avg. rrt	max. rrt	IP
 Amsterdam2, Netherlands:	Okay	102.8	103.0	103.2	206.217.137.110
 Florida, U.S.A.:	Okay	41.3	41.7	42.3	206.217.137.110
 Amsterdam3, Netherlands:	Okay	103.0	103.1	103.3	206.217.137.110
 Sydney, Australia:	Okay	224.7	226.8	230.4	206.217.137.110
 New York, U.S.A.:	Okay	26.7	26.8	26.9	206.217.137.110
 Stockholm, Sweden:	Okay	124.2	124.4	124.7	206.217.137.110
 Santa Clara, U.S.A.:	Okay	55.4	56.1	60.7	206.217.137.110
 Vancouver, Canada:	Okay	67.0	67.6	68.2	206.217.137.110
 London, United Kingdom:	Okay	89.3	89.8	90.3	206.217.137.110
 Madrid, Spain:	Okay	130.6	134.4	140.7	206.217.137.110
 Padova, Italy:	Packets lost (60%)	156.3	159.4	165.0	206.217.137.110
 Singapore, Singapore:	Okay	206.2	214.7	227.8	206.217.137.110
 Austin, U.S.A.:	Okay	32.7	33.3	33.7	206.217.137.110
 Cologne, Germany:	Okay	110.5	110.6	110.8	206.217.137.110
 München, Germany:	Okay	113.2	113.4	113.9	206.217.137.110
 Amsterdam, Netherlands:	Okay	97.9	98.3	99.0	206.217.137.110
 Shanghai, China:	Okay	185.9	186.3	186.8	206.217.137.110
 Hong Kong, China:	Okay	199.7	203.1	207.5	206.217.137.110
 Melbourne, Australia:	Okay	222.0	222.9	223.9	206.217.137.110
 Lille, France:	Okay	108.1	114.6	128.0	206.217.137.110
 San Francisco, U.S.A.:	Checkpoint temporarily not available	-	-	-	-
 Zurich, Switzerland:	Okay	121.2	121.5	121.9	206.217.137.110
 Mumbai, India:	Okay	252.0	256.3	266.9	206.217.137.110
 Auckland, New Zealand:	Okay	178.4	179.3	180.0	206.217.137.110
 Groningen, Netherlands:	Okay	103.3	103.7	103.9	206.217.137.110
 Antwerp, Belgium:	Okay	106.3	106.8	107.7	206.217.137.110
 Dublin, Ireland:	Okay	107.4	107.5	107.6	206.217.137.110
 Kharkov, Ukraine:	Okay	156.7	157.0	157.3	206.217.137.110
 Manchester, United Kingdom:	Okay	93.6	94.9	98.8	206.217.137.110
 Vilnius, Lithuania:	Okay	131.0	131.1	131.2	206.217.137.110
 Bucharest, Romania:	Okay	137.1	151.4	161.7	206.217.137.110
 Bangkok, Thailand:	Okay	319.5	319.6	319.7	206.217.137.110
 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:	Okay	251.6	251.8	253.0	206.217.137.110
 Jakarta, Indonesia:	Okay	259.7	264.2	272.0	206.217.137.110
 Cape Town, South Africa:	Okay	244.7	245.6	247.1	206.217.137.110
 Glasgow, United Kingdom:	Okay	89.0	89.9	92.6	206.217.137.110
 Lisbon, Portugal:	Okay	138.1	141.9	147.8	206.217.137.110
 Chicago, U.S.A.:	Okay	2.5	11.8	73.6	206.217.137.110
 Dallas, U.S.A.:	Okay	26.4	29.0	47.3	206.217.137.110
 Istanbul, Turkey:	Okay	170.3	185.3	218.2	206.217.137.110
 Gdansk, Poland:	Okay	133.3	134.8	143.2	206.217.137.110
 Cairo, Egypt:	Okay	155.9	156.8	160.6	206.217.137.110
 Buenos Aires, Argentina:	Okay	170.9	171.2	172.2	206.217.137.110
 Belgrade, Serbia:	Okay	126.9	126.9	127.0	206.217.137.110
 Toronto, Canada:	Okay	14.7	14.8	14.9	206.217.137.110
 Athens, Greece:	Okay	140.1	143.9	150.0	206.217.137.110
 Frankfurt, Germany:	Okay	114.0	114.1	114.3	206.217.137.110
 Sofia, Bulgaria:	Okay	147.9	151.0	155.3	206.217.137.110
 Budapest, Hungary:	Okay	121.8	121.9	122.2	206.217.137.110
 Sao Paulo, Brazil:	Okay	154.6	154.8	155.2	206.217.137.110
 Paris, France:	Okay	114.7	120.3	128.1	206.217.137.110
 Mumbai, India:	Okay	275.0	276.7	283.3	206.217.137.110
 New Delhi, India:	Okay	261.2	272.4	285.0	206.217.137.110
 Chicago, U.S.A.:	Okay	1.1	2.2	3.8	206.217.137.110
 Bangalore, India:	Okay	260.2	267.0	282.6	206.217.137.110
 Montreal, Canada:	Okay	25.1	28.2	31.3	206.217.137.110
 Tokyo, Japan:	Okay	174.6	181.9	186.4	206.217.137.110
 Milan, Italy:	Okay	118.3	118.6	118.8	206.217.137.110
 Hangzhou, China:	Okay	212.1	222.0	232.3	206.217.137.110
 Copenhagen, Denmark:	Okay	123.0	123.2	123.4	206.217.137.110
 Phoenix, U.S.A.:	Okay	58.9	59.4	60.0	206.217.137.110
 Miami, U.S.A.:	Packets lost (10%)	42.6	47.6	51.1	206.217.137.110
I did a few tests for each IP, and they were essentially back to back between the locations.

I'm not sure if it's just-ping that has issues or what. Anyway, I'm just interested because I'm in Buffalo so Stick Out Tongue.
Yeah there is something wrong in that DC, and it started after Friday night.

Im getting response from CVPS that its my ISP etc.. but I see drops from multiple places while not from others, seems like a bad route somewhere or something strange like that.
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It's not the datacenter. I'm in Buffalo (node 4, I believe) and that site didn't have any problems to my node. It's probably a specific node with issues.
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It's not the datacenter. I'm in Buffalo (node 4, I believe) and that site didn't have any problems to my node. It's probably a specific node with issues.

I agree, didnt say it properly before, as I didnt see drops to other nodes, VPS in that DC.
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It's not the datacenter. I'm in Buffalo (node 4, I believe) and that site didn't have any problems to my node. It's probably a specific node with issues.
Well, yozh and I are on different nodes, and I would think urlhasbeenblocked would have their test IP on a different node as well, so it's at least 3 nodes with the issue.

FWIW, I think yozh and I were on nodes that went down during urlhasbeenblocked's maintenance on Friday. Buffalo 4 doesn't appear to have gone down (based on http://stats.pingdom.com/jzrszp4wfu79) so maybe whatever they did only affected the nodes that went down?

The other possibility is that something is blocking / throttling ICMP along the way. I have a monitoring service that checks my web server every few minutes and that hasn't reported an issue...
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Quote from clicq View Post :
Well, yozh and I are on different nodes, and I would think urlhasbeenblocked would have their test IP on a different node as well, so it's at least 3 nodes with the issue.

FWIW, I think yozh and I were on nodes that went down during urlhasbeenblocked's maintenance on Friday. Buffalo 4 doesn't appear to have gone down (based on http://stats.pingdom.com/jzrszp4wfu79) so maybe whatever they did only affected the nodes that went down?

The other possibility is that something is blocking / throttling ICMP along the way. I have a monitoring service that checks my web server every few minutes and that hasn't reported an issue...
Its not just ICMP, I`m monitoring my VPS via SNMP v3 and its loosing packets... the server resources are fine, just packets are dropped. It seems to also affect web page load times and such as pages get stuck durring loading etc... I dont know what going on, but before Friday night I did not see this, even Friday at around 10pm everything looked perfect.
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So confirm..I cannot setup a gaming server?
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So confirm..I cannot setup a gaming server?
they do allow gameservers
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Finally I got the issue with the nameservers resolved and my test domain is working on the Buffalo Server. cannot complain, good speed and so far a stable server.
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So confirm..I cannot setup a gaming server?
You can setup a gaming server. Confirmed MULTIPLE times.

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Guess, I won't get it. Can't afford to have sites with downtime.
Then this service is not for you and you will be paying at least $40/month, and probably WAY more. No service guarantees 100% uptime, that's just absurd, and you're being unreasonable.


Also, to clear up some confusion, here's my Pingdom reports.
Buffalo sits at 99.95% for the month
LA sits at 99.14% for the month
http://stats.pingdom.com/p0xx4p60ddz3
I'll let the stats speak for themselves.
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Not sure if this is possible, but can I run two proxy servers simultaneously since we are allocated 2 x IP's?
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Then this service is not for you and you will be paying at least $40/month, and probably WAY more. No service guarantees 100% uptime, that's just absurd, and you're being unreasonable.
Yeah, that's just crazy. First, no provider in the world will give you a 100% guaranteed uptime. And if they promise you that, they are lying. Even if their servers and network is configured perfectly, there are going to be routine maintenance windows and issues beyond their control that cause periods of downtime. The closest you're going to get with an SLA is "five nines" (ie: 99.999%), and those are going to cost more than $3.33/month.

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Not sure if this is possible, but can I run two proxy servers simultaneously since we are allocated 2 x IP's?
You can run more than one proxy server on a single IP as long as you use different ports. If you need two proxies listening on the same port, then yes, you can use the second IP for that. Just make sure to configure the proxy server correctly and have each only listen on a single interface.
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You can run more than one proxy server on a single IP as long as you use different ports. If you need two proxies listening on the same port, then yes, you can use the second IP for that. Just make sure to configure the proxy server correctly and have each only listen on a single interface.
I have had success getting both IP's to listen on one port. Maybe my question was not specific enough, though.

I want the destination address to see me as my first IP (home PC) and see me as the second IP (work PC).

Essentially, I want to run two clients that go through my VPS but each client shows up as one of the two IP's I have for my VPS, based on the listening port used.
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