[Mrvm] - 50% on World Domination


#21

I’m not addicted! You’re addicted!

On a real note - @mikho’s VMs serve as an awesome testbed for distributed apps. Price, performance, locations… it’s a no brainer!

Edit - Hoping to write up a solid review once I have more time to devote to the project and get to use his VMs to test my app more!


#22

How does one use a shared ipv4?


#23

Read more here: Network address translation - Wikipedia

EDIT: This is probably what happens in your house / office network.


#24

You get 20 ports forwarded to your VPS, and can do whatever you want with those ports. It’s similar to how you’d configure port forwarding on your router, except in this case there’s 20 ports that are automatically configured for you.

Personally I don’t bother with the IPv4 and instead only use the IPv6 address. You do get a regular IPv6 subnet with the VPS.


#25

So lucky it is out of stock. My money is safe. For now :joy:


#26

2 new locations comming up … soon™

Jesus, @mikho! What are you trying to do to me!? :stuck_out_tongue:


#27

Sydney, perth, and singapore are all mirrored ssd drives.

Thanks to RansomIT and Oliver who made it possible.


#28

Save it for next week.
When the 1 or both the new locations are released.

New bundle deals, with a different approach.
And there will be another new thing that I will release later on.


#29

I’m genuinely impressed that you’ve got such a good setup on what is basically the cheapest VPS product available anywhere.