#1 Re: General Support, Help Section » Inception hosting (UK) - SolusVM password » Yesterday 05:13:13

Sorry that's an old KB it needs to be removed.

If you can't remember your password it can be reset with the reset password link under the login button.

#3 Re: General Support, Help Section » Enable TUN for my vps NAT at inception » 2018-04-23 14:47:51

If you read the email that says (READ IN FULL) you will find some information you actually need, like how to login to the VPS control panel.

#4 Re: Pre-Sales Questions » are torrent and TOR client allowed? » 2018-04-22 19:03:32

Inception Hosting: No absolutely 110% you cannot run tor or torrents of any kind it will result in instant termination.

#5 Re: General Support, Help Section » [Gestion DBI] LAX-06 - Unable to login via SSH IPv4 » 2018-04-21 20:53:18

you need to use the external IP not the internal IP. double check your email with your vps details.

#7 Re: Pre-Sales Questions » (13) LES Multi-Host Bundle $26/year, $2/each » 2018-04-19 07:15:19

I have been running a vz7 trial, it works fine, so it will be upgraded to vz7, I have no plans to convert it to kvm, I have ran a similar kvm service for years in NL but it is more expensive, kind of defeated the point.

PayPal fee stays the same it is a percentage plus a set fee

#8 Re: Pre-Sales Questions » (13) LES Multi-Host Bundle $26/year, $2/each » 2018-04-18 14:30:12

€0.01 to €0.05 is a 500% increase yikes

There will always be specials I guess, but cross providers is difficult as we all have different levels of stock at different times.

#9 Re: Pre-Sales Questions » (13) LES Multi-Host Bundle $26/year, $2/each » 2018-04-18 08:22:52

yeah.. when your getting a service for a full year for the price of a bag of Doritos and a dip, you really should not need a further 50% off smile

#11 Re: General Support, Help Section » Can't find Solus VM » 2018-04-16 20:15:12

for LES its all on the EU server though, regardless of where your server is.

#12 Re: Chit Chat and Stuff (The Pub) » Might start scaling back LES vps » 2018-04-16 06:53:58

Hi Willie,

yep, to be honest over the past 4 - 5 years (wow has it really been that long) i could probably have almost replicated your entire post if I pieced together cancellation request reasons for LES smile

For me its still just a bit of fun, if the demand goes away it wont hurt me financially and it wont be to big of a deal to close down.

I think one of the biggest pitfalls has been keeping it advancing in terms of features, I never did find an interested coder to work on the project which was one of my goals.

The last few things I want to achieve before being happy with it (IH Perspective only):

1. https haproxy
2. Automatic LE certs
3. Replication directories
4. CDN Space
5. DNS management
6. SQL offloading

I am hoping to tick a few of those by the end of the year.

Personally I always wanted this to be an ultra budget and understandably limited HA stack that had no need for external IP4, more a hybrid between shared hosting and a VPS.

It is what it is though, I am happy that vz7 will work fine now after the trials, so the next major hurdle is going to be the upgrades to vz7.

Appreciate your thoughts, always good to hear external perspectives.

LES is not going anywhere anytime soon but I appreciate it is time limited in its current form.

#13 Re: Technical Chat » Inception / London » 2018-04-15 12:59:02

I think the best think to do is move you to another location, you can wait it out and when the move has been done you are welcome to move back, just let me know where to move you.

#14 Re: Technical Chat » Inception / London » 2018-04-14 17:12:39

I am merging 2 companies in to 1 and moving to nvme at the same time, keep getting hit with unavoidable delays

#15 Re: Technical Chat » Inception / London » 2018-04-14 13:39:02

It has not been migrated yet, other commercial services had to take priority.

#16 Re: Technical Chat » Inception / London » 2018-04-14 12:11:28

My logging shows no issues with connectivity however i do see some io wait during that time, again due to the lower priorities.

#18 Re: Technical Chat » Inception / London » 2018-04-13 19:36:21

Your email does not match up to the billing system, could you give me a hint so I can track down your VPS to add some additional logging?

#20 Re: Technical Chat » Inception / London » 2018-04-13 19:25:22

I am asking assuming you mean 443 which is not forwarded to your VPS, unless you mean IP6 only?

#21 Re: Technical Chat » Inception / London » 2018-04-13 19:15:33

Could you expand a bit further on the https port you are monitoring?

#22 Re: Technical Chat » Inception / London » 2018-04-13 15:56:36

I have just ran an mtr from the node to your IP, seems the issue is with your ISP, removed IP's so as not to reveal anything but the last hop is before your IP:

mininode2.inceptionhosting.com (0.0.0.0)               Fri Apr 13 16:52:52 2018
Keys:  Help   Display mode   Restart statistics   Order of fields   quit
                                       Packets               Pings
 Host                                Loss%   Snt   Last   Avg  Best  Wrst StDev
 1. ip removed                    0.0%    39    0.3   1.1   0.2  24.8   4.1
 2. ip removed                    0.0%    39    0.4   1.1   0.3  10.9   2.3
 3. ip removed                    0.0%    39    0.9   1.0   0.8   1.4   0.1
 4. ip removed                    0.0%    39   37.0  22.9  22.1  37.0   2.6
 5. ip removed                  14.6%    39   22.5 156.1  22.3 1263. 329.6
 6. ip removed                  64.9%    38  20826 20913 20612 21342 220.6
 7. ???

#23 Re: Technical Chat » Inception / London » 2018-04-13 15:40:07

yeah, I think whatever you are using to monitor this has multiple points of failure or it is WAY to sensitive: have a look here http://mm552.xyz/les/inceptionhost/

#24 Re: Pre-Sales Questions » User data protection » 2018-04-13 14:55:38

@Anastasia, its actually illegal for me to hand over your data without a court order.

That said, please be aware, monitoring most VPN traffic etc has been child's play for GCHQ and indeed many ISP's who do log data for a number of years now, so if your government was motivated enough and wanted to know what you had been doing my assurances mean nothing, getting a court order is trivial these days for a government agency and the chances are they would get the data themselves without needing one if you do anything that would motivate them.

Not trying to put you off, but I would suggest if you are literally concerned for your freedom hiding behind a none SLA service that costs less than a jar of coffee for a whole year is probably not the route you should be going down.

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