Who can offer internet ip transit?



  • because we here internet by govement blocked. so who know can offer internet ip transit and offer fixed ips ? of cause need fastest and stable bandwith to me.  :P


  • LAYER 8 Netgate

    Not really in a position to, but how much bw are you looking for?



  • it should is $0.05-0.1/MB /mo bandwith right ?  :)


  • LAYER 8 Netgate

    Yeah, but how much?

    You are probably going to pay more than that for something custom with routable IP addresses.

    And please specify bytes or bits. It's pretty tough to tell if someone knows that b = bits and B = bytes.

    Please specify metering in amount transferred per month or a commited transfer rate. They are two entirely different things.


  • LAYER 8 Global Moderator

    So let me get this right.. Your government blocks internet, so you want a company to bypass this for you with a direct line?  Or your just looking for a vpn service that is not blocked by your government..

    While I can understand the desire, Why would any company, how for that matter violate a government policy by putting in a direct line that bypasses their restrictions?

    So I take it your just asking for a VPN with inbound traffic to you?  That could be blocked by your government next week - this is the problem!!



  • @johnpoz:

    So let me get this right.. Your government blocks internet, so you want a company to bypass this for you with a direct line?  Or your just looking for a vpn service that is not blocked by your government..

    While I can understand the desire, Why would any company, how for that matter violate a government policy by putting in a direct line that bypasses their restrictions?

    So I take it your just asking for a VPN with inbound traffic to you?  That could be blocked by your government next week - this is the problem!!

    now i can using like vpn visit sites, but i still need stable internet transit to my some servers.  like web server mail server dns server etc. so it is need some ips. i have studing bgp route and dn42 network. but i try looking for easy stable ways for this.



  • @Derelict:

    Yeah, but how much?

    You are probably going to pay more than that for something custom with routable IP addresses.

    And please specify bytes or bits. It's pretty tough to tell if someone knows that b = bits and B = bytes.

    Please specify metering in amount transferred per month or a commited transfer rate. They are two entirely different things.

    now we try start 100MB bandwith unlimited and 16 ipv4 & /48 ipv6 ips.



  • @johnpoz:

    So let me get this right.. Your government blocks internet, so you want a company to bypass this for you with a direct line?  Or your just looking for a vpn service that is not blocked by your government..

    While I can understand the desire, Why would any company, how for that matter violate a government policy by putting in a direct line that bypasses their restrictions?

    So I take it your just asking for a VPN with inbound traffic to you?  That could be blocked by your government next week - this is the problem!!

    Do you have any better suggestions?


  • LAYER 8 Netgate

    100MB bandwith

    Is that:

    100 megabytes per month/week/day/hour?

    100 megabytes per second (800 megabits per second)?

    100 megabits per second?



  • 100MB is bandwith speed.


  • LAYER 8 Netgate

    good lord man.


  • LAYER 8 Global Moderator

    you want a 100MB connection… So a Gig connection..

    You can not just route traffic how you want over a government controlled setup.. It doesn't work that way.. Doesn't matter if you advertise your routes via BGP or not ;)  Now using dn42 ok, this is just big vpn to be honest..

    What country are you in - I find it hard to believe they would be doing any sort of blocking at any level and allow dn42 to function.. Since this makes all their blocking just useless..



  • I guess this will be somewhere that has a great firewall (or similar). But they allow access to a lot of "ordinary" internet sites, and allow "registered" VPNs from companies that apply and have legitimate need to connect international offices and so on. In that sort of environment, some ordinary "private" web site like "joeblogs.example.com" at port 80 is not going to be blocked. (possibly other well-known port numbers will have a general block, e.g. 1194.) So if joeblogs makes a VPN server available on port 80 then it is quite likely that a connection can succeed. joeblogs can route traffic in/out of that VPN. It is likely that it might stay "under the radar" for some time, if there are not a whole lot of other connections from said country - i.e. as long as joeblogs does not start looking like a major VPN provider.

    Of course, if the client in said country wants traffic for public IPs registered in said country to be routed through the VPN, then that is not going to happen. The client will be NATed out of the VPN and be seen to have a public IP in the host country.


  • LAYER 8 Global Moderator

    Yup agree.. Maybe he is actually looking for just a DC/Colo out his country where he can get a 100MB unmetered connection with IPs, etc.

    Since you don't just come in with a 100MB connection into a locked down country with an unfiltered line, etc.

    So it sounds like to me he has that already - but something is being blocked?  So his country is blocking inbound connections to him?



  • @johnpoz:

    Yup agree.. Maybe he is actually looking for just a DC/Colo out his country where he can get a 100MB unmetered connection with IPs, etc.

    Since you don't just come in with a 100MB connection into a locked down country with an unfiltered line, etc.

    So it sounds like to me he has that already - but something is being blocked?  So his country is blocking inbound connections to him?

    If long hosting many servers in other countries,That cost is too high for the individual. If I buy bandwidth from abroad, I think that through BGP technology or other technology should be able to bypass the blockade. dn42 network can work  in my country now. so i think bgp should can bypass.

    so i have find these like tool for bypass.  www.v2ray.com



  • @phil.davis:

    I guess this will be somewhere that has a great firewall (or similar). But they allow access to a lot of "ordinary" internet sites, and allow "registered" VPNs from companies that apply and have legitimate need to connect international offices and so on. In that sort of environment, some ordinary "private" web site like "joeblogs.example.com" at port 80 is not going to be blocked. (possibly other well-known port numbers will have a general block, e.g. 1194.) So if joeblogs makes a VPN server available on port 80 then it is quite likely that a connection can succeed. joeblogs can route traffic in/out of that VPN. It is likely that it might stay "under the radar" for some time, if there are not a whole lot of other connections from said country - i.e. as long as joeblogs does not start looking like a major VPN provider.

    Of course, if the client in said country wants traffic for public IPs registered in said country to be routed through the VPN, then that is not going to happen. The client will be NATed out of the VPN and be seen to have a public IP in the host country.

    Yes, bad country. There is no freedom. All under the control of control. Now I reply to your forums that such behavior is not free to allow.All actions are to be registered, and once dissatisfied with government control, we will be in jail.



  • I made a website server, someone else's blog site to write personal hobbies in my server, then what is wrong with words, then the guilty is that I assume. So I think if you want to do a public website or service, you have to go abroad or unrestricted places. So for the sake of freedom is to pay the cost. :'( :-\


  • LAYER 8 Netgate

    A VPN is probably not the best way to accomplish that.

    Buy a virtual private server somewhere.

    Your government can't say much if your web site is hosted in Texas, USA.



  • The cost of buying virtual server hardware is too high. like vps server?  i have use widnows 2016 server, it is need more RAM.


  • LAYER 8 Netgate

    If I was to make a VPN service like you are asking for it would cost far more than a VPS or shared-hosting site. No idea what's actually out there. I think some of them like PIA will forward a port but you need to use dynamic DNS for it, etc.



  • @Derelict:

    If I was to make a VPN service like you are asking for it would cost far more than a VPS or shared-hosting site. No idea what's actually out there. I think some of them like PIA will forward a port but you need to use dynamic DNS for it, etc.

    what is PIA?  i have dns server.


  • LAYER 8 Netgate



  • well… just is vpn , no offer fixed ip address.


  • LAYER 8 Global Moderator

    Dude I have plenty of VPS servers all over the globe… They are NOT expensive.. They sure and the hell do not need to be windows based to run a website.. This is going to be your cheapest route..

    You do understand that hosting this stuff the gov doesn't like still in the country would still be reason for them to seize your equipment and jail whoever, etc.

    If you want to do something that is not in line with your government, the best thing to do is not host it in that country. Plain and simple - doing so is just not the way to go about it..  A vpn is meant to get you through restrictions without the local network seeing what where your going or what traffic your sending.  It is not really meant to allow inbound from the public internet too you.

    A Derelict mentions if I was to bring up a service, to just tunnel traffic to your server through the vpn and give you a static IP and all ports inbound to you - its not going to be any cheaper than just getting a VPS or a colo.. Why don't you just ship your servers to a colo.. There are plenty of data havens out there.



  • @johnpoz:

    Dude I have plenty of VPS servers all over the globe… They are NOT expensive.. They sure and the hell do not need to be windows based to run a website.. This is going to be your cheapest route..

    You do understand that hosting this stuff the gov doesn't like still in the country would still be reason for them to seize your equipment and jail whoever, etc.

    If you want to do something that is not in line with your government, the best thing to do is not host it in that country. Plain and simple - doing so is just not the way to go about it..  A vpn is meant to get you through restrictions without the local network seeing what where your going or what traffic your sending.  It is not really meant to allow inbound from the public internet too you.

    A Derelict mentions if I was to bring up a service, to just tunnel traffic to your server through the vpn and give you a static IP and all ports inbound to you - its not going to be any cheaper than just getting a VPS or a colo.. Why don't you just ship your servers to a colo.. There are plenty of data havens out there.

    I do not really understand Unix system than windows, and if i buy vps or server need more ram, Their hardware costs are high. My own server is not easy to ship abroad, and I do not know what procedures.

    maybe try buy vps build vpn  , but i have to study linux system. do you think ?



  • Hi Yon,

    I know I'm 2 years late to the party, but I wondered if you were in the market for IP Transit and IP addresses still? or, if not now, how often do you review your upstream?


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