[tor-relays] Relays by AS Names
jason at icetor.is
Sat Apr 9 02:28:14 UTC 2016
Iceland checking in here, I'm not sure where you're getting that
information but we have quite a number of other ISP's here that offer
VPS service. The problem you may be referring to is that since we're
only connected by three submarine cables (two of which are effectively
government owned) ip transit prices are very high.
There's also different pricing schemes for ISP's vs Telecom services.
On 4/8/2016 10:05 PM, Xza wrote:
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> On April 8, 2016 7:13:17 PM GMT+02:00, ng0 <ng0 at libertad.pw> wrote:
>> Tristan <supersluether at gmail.com> writes:
>>> I think https://compass.torproject.org has all the info I need. After
>>> grouping by AS name for the United States, I decided to go with
>>> They say 100Mbps unmetered for $7.50 a month, but the management page
>>> 10TB per month.
>> Sometimes countries definitions of "unmetered" are like that.
>> See the descriptive texts of ISPs who provide virtual machines or
>> even dedicated servers for you.
>> In iceland most if not all iceland based (legal entity in
>> iceland, not just the servers) ISPs somehow depend on advania
>> datacenter, and for advania in the retail, non-customized sale of
>> their VMs and dedicated servers are very low in monthly traffic
>> compared to the fair-use policy of the non-profit ISP I am at
>>> Fun fact, US has quite a lot of exit relays, but France holds the
>>> consensus weight.
>> Another interesting fact - the person does not share these
>> analysis of course, or at least it's hard to get in touch
>> currently - is that in Netherlands a very large number of relays
>> is run by government agencies.
> So how do you know that for sure ?
> Have they confirmed that somewhere ?
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