LINUX VPS

Yes, we do. Every virtual machine comes with one primary IPv6 address with an option to add more.

CentOS, Fedora, Ubuntu, Debian. 

We will reduce your server port speed 10 times until the beginning of the next month. Don't worry, we won’t charge any extra fees or suspend your services.

The main difference is the environment in which the system starts and runs. Linux VPS is a completely isolated software environment and allows you to independently manage the settings of the OS kernel, since, the user receives his copy of the operating system software kernel. By using a Container VPS, the user shares the core resources of the kernel, and the system runs based on containers. Container VPS is often used in software development, as the system allows applications to run in the same operating environment in which they were developed. 

Yes. You can reboot the Linux VPS server and monitor the server status in control panel.

Yes. You can install any legal software on your Linux VPS server by yourself or by us. You have total control of your Linux. 

Security is an essential aspect for us. All the physical servers are behind our hardware firewall. We blocked ports like135-139 and others in our network for security reason. We update our server operating system regularly to install all security patches. We back up our servers regularly and can restore your VPS from the backup.

We use KVM-based virtualization for all our Linux VPS servers.

Each VPS includes one IPv4 address. You can purchase one IPv4 address as an add-on.