[Hostio] High Performance VPS with Free IPv6 /48

Hostio Solutions offers high performance and stable VPS platform in The Netherlands.

We offer Webhosting, Dedicated Servers, Virtual Servers, IPv4 & IPv6 Lease/Rent and Remote Hands.

Since 2006, Hostio Solutions (a label of Access2.IT Group B.V) has always existed for one purpose: to provide good hosting and servers with personal service. We are privately owned with no shareholders, our customers come first! We always strive to provide hosting that meets and exceeds your high expectations.

All VPS servers are hosted on enterprise hardware and connected to our premium network to deliver the highest availability and performance.

During March you will receive a free IPv6 /48 range with every VPS.
For additional €95 per month you also can rent IPv4 /24 for your server.

Hostio VPS X2

2 Core’s / 4 GB RAM / 100 GB SSD
5 TB Traffic per month
Recurring price: € 21 per month
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Hostio VPS X4

4 Core’s / 8 GB RAM / 200 GB SSD
10 TB Traffic per month
Recurring price: € 42 per month
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Hostio VPS X6

6 Core’s / 16 GB RAM / 400 GB SSD
20 TB Traffic per month
Recurring price: € 83 per month
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  • You only receive teh FREE IPv6 range with the above packages
  • For larger VPS configurations contact us

Your VPS will be hosted on our high performance servers:

  • DUAL Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2667 v2 @ 3.30GHz
  • 128GB DDR3 RAM
  • 8x 1 TB SSD (RAID 10)
  • 10 Gbps uplink (fiber)

Network information:
Our servers are located in the Serverius DC in Dronten
Network number: AS208258
Test IPv4:
Test IPv6: 2a0e:5540::32

If you have any question you can create an ticket via: my.hostio.solutions

Company details:
Hostio Solutions
Access2.IT Group B.V.
Curacaostraat 11, 1339KL Almere
The Netherlands
VAT: NL853006404B01
CoC: 58365400

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Personal ignorance: what’s /48 on a vps acting for?

Maybe you’re going to virtualize instances on it and want each virtual to have its own /64? Am I understanding the question properly?

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