(FWD) Re: Recommendation for ISP in Germany?
arma at mit.edu
Fri May 12 02:24:15 UTC 2006
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Date: Thu, 11 May 2006 13:39:47 +0200
From: Manuel Munz <somakoma at gmx.net>
To: or-talk at freehaven.net
Subject: Re: Recommendation for ISP in Germany?
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i'm running some servers in germany. my experiences with virtual
servers were quite bad. at least with netclusive (a very cheap german
provider) it is almost impossible to run a tor server. i think the
main problem with vservers is, that the provider can (and probably
will) limit your ressources. i had lots of problems with full memory,
exceeded number of open files, number of tcp- and other sockets etc.
Now i'm running tor inside a virtual machine on my own dedicated
server, which is hosted by ngz-servers.de. they sometimes have very
interesting offers ("sonderangebote") for root servers. Support is not
the best, but server works fine, and is quite cheap (20?/month). If
you should happen to buy one server there, you could give them my
customerid, and i will in return get half of your first monthly fee.
Hope that helped
Eugen Leitl wrote:
> On Thu, May 11, 2006 at 12:17:46PM +0200, Lutz Horn wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I'd like to set up a Tor node on a server in Germany and I'm
>> looking for people with experience in doing this. Can anybody
>> recommend a german ISP
> For a total list of servers, have a look at German section on
>> who provides servers for running a Tor node? The Wiki page
>> does not
> I used to run a node at Hetzner, which tended to cut me off when
> DDoSed (happened every few months). I haven't had any issues with
> though YMMV. I see other people run nodes at server4free etc., it
> would be interesting to hear their experiences.
>> contain that many information about ISPs. I'm especially
>> interested in people's experience with virtual vs. dedicated
> I haven't run a Tor server in a vserver yet. I guess I should, to
> see the load.
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