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🎃 Happy Halloween from DediPath: VPS from $1.75/mo, Plus Dedi Offers! 🎃

Tags: , , , , , , , , , Date/Time: October 28, 2021 @ 12:00 am, by raindog308

DediPath LogoIt’s time to celebrate Halloween with some great DediPath offers!

  • Get a VPS for $1.75/mo!
  • Big, juicy 4GB VPSes for less than $7/mo!
  • Dedi servers starting at $39/mo!

Service is available in Los Angeles, New Jersey, Las Vegas, Jacksonville, Dallas, Atlanta, Denver, Phoeniz, and San Jose.

We last had an offer from DediPath on September 6, 2021.  Their Terms of Service is available on their web site. They accept PayPal, Credit Card, BitCoin, and AliPay.

Here’s a little about DediPath in their own words:

“DediPath was established in 2017. DediPath is a provider of infrastructure as a service (IaaS) offering dedicated servers, colocation, VPS and IP transit services in Los Angeles, CA, Secaucus, NJ, Dallas, Atlanta, Jacksonville and Las Vegas, Nevada. DediPath offers 24x7x365 technical support as well as a 99.99% uptime SLA. Our top priorities are service uptime and customer satisfaction.”

Have you been a DediPath customer? Please share your experience in the comments below.

Now read more to see the offers!

OpenVZ Offers

We are offering 50% off recurring on any OpenVZ SSD VPS and KVM SSD VPS using coupon code: halloween5021

Additional OpenVZ plans available here: https://dedipath.com/ssd-vps

OpenVZ 1GB RAM

  • 1GB RAM
  • 2 x Cores
  • 30GB SSD Space
  • 2 IPv4
  • 2TB Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Port
  • OpenVZ
  • Coupon Code: halloween5021
  • $1.75/m
  • [ORDER]

OpenVZ 2GB RAM

  • 2GB RAM
  • 2 x Cores
  • 60GB SSD Space
  • 2 IPv4
  • 3TB Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Port
  • OpenVZ
  • Coupon Code: halloween5021
  • $3.25/m
  • [ORDER]

OpenVZ 3GB RAM

  • 3GB RAM
  • 2 x Cores
  • 90GB SSD Space
  • 2 IPv4
  • 4TB Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Port
  • OpenVZ
  • Coupon Code: halloween5021
  • Free DDoS Protection
  • $4.75/m
  • [ORDER]

OpenVZ 4GB RAM

  • 4GB RAM
  • 3 x Cores
  • 120GB SSD Space
  • 2 IPv4
  • 5TB Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Port
  • OpenVZ
  • Coupon Code: halloween5021
  • Free DDoS Protection
  • $6.25/m
  • [ORDER]

KVM Offers

Use coupon code the following coupon code for 50% off recurring on any VPS plan: halloween5021
Other KVM Plans Available Here: https://dedipath.com/ssd-kvm-vps 
Note: Coupons are valid on new sales only and cannot be applied to current services, and excludes 512MB Yearly SSD VPS Plan.

KVM 1GB

  • 1GB RAM
  • 1 x Cores
  • 10GB SSD Space
  • 1 IPv4
  • 2TB Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Port
  • KVM
  • Coupon Code: halloween5021
  • Free DDoS Protection
  • $3.25/m
  • [ORDER]

KVM 2GB

  • 2GB RAM
  • 2 x Cores
  • 20GB SSD Space
  • 1 IPv4
  • 3TB Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Port
  • KVM
  • Coupon Code: halloween5021
  • Free DDoS Protection
  • $5.25/m
  • [ORDER]

Dedicated Server Offers

Intel Xeon E3-1240v2
Dedicated Server

  • Intel Xeon E3-1240v2
  • 16GB RAM
  • 250GB SSD
  • 10TB Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Port
  • /29 IPv4
  • 20Gbps DDoS Protection
  • Location: Los Angeles
  • Price: $39/m
  • [ORDER]

Intel Xeon E3-1230v3
Dedicated Server

  • Intel Xeon E3-1230v3
  • 16GB RAM
  • 2TB HDD or 120GB SSD
  • 10TB Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Port
  • /29 IPv4
  • 20Gbps DDoS Protection
  • Location: NYC Metro
  • Price: $39/m
  • [ORDER]

Intel Xeon E3-1270v3 16GB RAM
Dedicated Server

  • Intel Xeon E3-1270v3
  • 16GB RAM
  • 2TB HDD or 120GB SSD
  • 10TB Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Port
  • /29 IPv4
  • 20Gbps DDoS Protection
  • Location: NYC Metro
  • Price: $39/m
  • [ORDER]

Intel Xeon Dual E5-2620v2
Dedicated Server

  • Intel Xeon Dual E5-2620v2
  • 32GB RAM
  • 2TB HDD or 120GB SSD
  • 10TB Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Port
  • /29 IPv4
  • 20Gbps DDoS Protection
  • Location: NYC Metro
  • Price: $59/m
  • [ORDER]

NETWORK INFO:

HOST NODE INFO:

  • 2x Intel Xeon E5-2660 or better
  • Minimum of 128GB RAM
  • 8x 2TB SSD
  • Hardware RAID10
  • 1Gbps uplink

Phoenix, San Jose, and Seattle:

  • Rzyen 3900X
  • NVME Storage
  • 128GB RAM
Please let us know if you have any questions/comments and enjoy!

8 Comments

  1. Great deal

    October 28, 2021 @ 4:49 am | Reply
  2. Great offer DediPath! Nice one!

    October 28, 2021 @ 3:51 pm | Reply
  3. Thank you for featuring our Halloween Sale! If anyone needs anything feel free to reach out to me. I’m always here to help ernie.quick (at) dedipath.com

    October 28, 2021 @ 6:14 pm | Reply
  4. Nik:

    DediPath is an absolute garbage VPS service.

    I signed up to this offer for their SSD VPS service and chose the ‘Ubuntu 20’ operating system. Upon using it, I quickly began to realise I wasn’t using a stock version of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS as advertised. Instead, DediPath had deployed their own image of it, and it was stripped back and broken like hell. Nothing worked. They have molested it so badly that the Linux kernel running in it doesn’t even have PPP support. Toggling PPP in DediPath’s VPS management interface on it’s website does nothing to fix it either.

    I also soon learn’t that ports are blocked as well which wern’t advterised on the services webpage, during signup or in the contract, and when I informed them of this problem, they tried to interrogate me why I wanted to use port 25 (e-mail) on a commercial service (lol?) and then start telling me about their problems with spammers, which really is none of my business. When you sign up to get a phone, you don’t start interrogating people about who are they going to call.

    In another ordeal, IPv6 was enabled, so I tried to disable it to reduce the servers attack surface. I tried using the normal NetworkManager ‘interfaces’ file, but Linux wasn’t responding to it. I then tried to install Ubuntu’s new network manager ‘netplan’, and that reset the network stack, but then when I tried to change network settings, Linux’s was ignoring that as well.
    It turns out these molested Ubuntu installations have OpenVZ installed into them, a buggy as hell virtualisation application that DediPath uses to manage their VPS’s. They use OpenVZ because their SSD VPS’s are shared hosting, which made complete sense as well given SSH was constantly dropping out every 5 minutes. Why? Because DedPath have oversold their servers and there isn’t enough resources to go around.
    DediPath wern’t able to fix the problems OpenVZ was causing to the network stack, so they tried to play the ‘free upgrade’ card and gave me a KVM managed VPS which allows me to install a proper stock version of Ubuntu Server myself without DediPath’s newbie engineers screwing it up.
    I asked support if they could download the latest version of Ubuntu Server and mount it to install it, but they kept trying to pull the wool over my eyes and mounting the original release back from in April 2020. It’s only when I kept pointing out they weren’t mounting the latest version like they said they would that they finally did it. Then they set the name of my server to something unrelated to it. I asked them nicely multiple times if they could please rename it to Ubuntu Server, but multiple ‘techical support specialists’ kept chiming in, one saying it can’t be done and then later admitting that it can be done, another telling me not to worry it won’t change my actual VPS. So really, it can be done but they are just lazy.

    Three days of dramas, and DediPath just couldn’t deliver a simple, working VPS.

    Don’t use DediPath if you need to work with proactive professionals that know what they are doing, otherwise you’re just going to have your time wasted.

    November 5, 2021 @ 6:39 am | Reply
    • Hello
      I’m sorry that the vps is not working for you. Can you please email me your ticket number so I can look into this? Ernie.quick (at) dedipath.com

      November 5, 2021 @ 6:44 am | Reply
      • Nik:

        It wasn’t the server that was the problem in the end, it was your staff Hank & George that got you this review. I don’t have a problem if people don’t know everything or make mistakes – I am willing to work with people like that, but I do have a problem with people that try to lie to me because they are lazy and then tell me how I should be running my own server.

        November 5, 2021 @ 7:08 am | Reply
    • I was able to dig into this a bit more.

      To respond to your points. We do not use our “own” version of Ubuntu. To be candid we use the OpenVZ released version. PPP does work when toggled in the VPS panel. It will not work unless toggled.

      We do block mail ports on deployment due to help fight against spam. We do give mail enabled ips or whitelist IPs upon request as long as they are not being used for email marketing / spamming.

      As OpenVZ does not support ISO mounts we gave you a free upgrade to a KVM VPS so you can use your own ISO which was done. You then requested us to rename Operating System however it due to SolusVM limitations we do not have the ability to change the Operating System name on an iso. It takes the name from the ISO.

      I do see you responded back requesting a refund which has been provided. The account has been closed. I am sorry you were not happy with your experience. I sincerely hope you find a provider that fits your need.

      November 5, 2021 @ 7:18 am | Reply
      • Nik:

        Yes DediPath does use it’s own version of Ubuntu. Ubuntu’s kernel has PPP support out of the box, DediPath’s ‘Ubuntu’ kernel does not. Even the text editor ‘nano’ has been removed. Every aspect that I touch was broken in one way other another, and that is the real reason why support ‘upgraded’ me to a KVM managed VPS where I could install Ubuntu myself, because even they couldn’t things working and figured it would be easier to work with Ubuntu out of the box.

        Renaming the VPS was not a limitation of SolusVM. George originally change the name of of the VPS when he set it up to the name of the ISO that he mounted (an OLD version of Ubuntu Server). After I had to asked Hank a second time to download the latest version of Ubuntu Server, I asked him to rename the VPS to reflect the current version, and that’s when the lies started pouring in on this ‘limitation’. If it took the name of the ISO, then it would have changed when the ISO of the latest version of Ubuntu was mounted, which it didn’t. And if the name is set at the time the VPS was created, then why wasn’t a new VPS just created then. Support where completely aware it was a new VPS that hadn’t been touched.

        Don’t worry, there are providers out there that can get it right ‘Ernie’.

        November 5, 2021 @ 7:35 am | Reply

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