Ftpit – $20/Year 512MB OpenVZ VPS in Los Angeles, California

Tags: , , , Date/Time: September 4, 2013 @ 9:35 pm, by Liam

This time: Radoslav, from FtpIt, has got four OpenVZ offers for us, located in Los Angeles, California at the QuadraNet datacenter. The fourth offer, a 1GB plan, can be seen by clicking ‘more’.

Promo 2 – 2GB

  • 2048MB RAM
  • 2 CPU Cores
  • 50GB Diskspace
  • 1000GB Bandwidth
  • 100Mbps Port
  • 1 IPv4 Address
  • OpenVZ/SolusVM
  • $4.99/Month | Order Link
Promo 3 – 3GB

  • 3096MB RAM
  • 4 CPU Cores
  • 50GB Diskspace
  • 2000GB Bandwidth
  • 100Mbps Port
  • 1 IPv4 Address
  • OpenVZ/SolusVM
  • $7.00/Month | Order Link
Promo 4 – 512MB

  • 512MB RAM
  • 2 CPU Cores
  • 10GB Diskspace
  • 500GB Bandwidth
  • 100Mbps Port
  • 1 IPv4 Address
  • OpenVZ/SolusVM
  • $20/Year | Order Link

FtpIt are a very new company. They started operating in January 2013 and have been featured once before. Their last, and first, offer on LowEndBox sold out very quickly. So they have restocked their previous two plans, and created two more, at a new location (Los Angeles). Each of their servers are powered by the Intel Xeon E3-1240v2 CPU, 32GB Ram and 4 x 1TB SATA Hard Drives with LSI Hardware RAID10. They’re using a 120 GB Intel 520 Series SSD for cacheing. If you signed up previously, or proceed to signup, please leave us a review below.

Promo 1 – 1GB

  • 1024MB RAM
  • 2 CPU Cores
  • 35GB Diskspace
  • 1000GB Bandwidth
  • 100Mbps Port Speed
  • 1 IPv4 Address
  • OpenVZ/SolusVM
  • $3.99/Month | Order Link

Ftpit currently only accept payments via PayPal. As for refunds, according to their ToS “All Payments to FtpIt are Non-Refundable”. They do however offer a 99.9% uptime SLA. Due to manual verification, it may take up-to 12 hours to activate your account. Additional IP addresses are $2 each per month. Other resources can be upgraded for a nominal fee. Spamming of any kind is strictly prohibited. For more information, take a look at their Terms of Service and Acceptable Usage Policy.

Network Information:

Servers are with ColoCrossing at the QuadraNet datacenter in Los Angeles, California.

Test IPv4: 192.3.23.126
Test File: http://192.3.23.126/100mb.test

21 Comments

  1. Thanks for the post, Liam. Ask any general questions here guys.

    September 4, 2013 @ 10:05 pm | Reply
  2. Saiku:


    VPS Specifications:
    ---------------------
    CPU model : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1240 V2 @ 3.40GHz
    Number of cores : 2
    CPU frequency : 3401.000 MHz
    Total amount of ram : 1280 MB
    Total amount of swap : 0 MB
    System uptime : 16 days, 39 min,
    ---------------------
    VPS Download Test:
    Download speed from CacheFly: 39.0MB/s
    Download speed from Coloat, Atlanta GA: 38.5MB/s
    I/O speed : 108 MB/s

    Still up and running~ Impressed with their system. (This box was one of the FreeVPS’s offer I think it was 1GB RAM for $30 a year.)
    Their support desk is awesome, including their servers. Kudos to you guys.

    September 5, 2013 @ 4:08 am | Reply
  3. Ben:

    A simple question, not only for you, but you may help :-)
    A little traceroute from Thailand:

      4    31 ms    30 ms    30 ms  gig-1-13-312.kkm-core-01.totisp.net [203.113.13.65]
      5    30 ms    31 ms    30 ms  ten-gi-8-2.kkm-gw-01.totisp.net [203.114.118.26]
      6    31 ms    30 ms    31 ms  203.190.251.77
      7     *        *      253 ms  180.180.255.242
      8   323 ms   323 ms   322 ms  xe-10-3-1-251.lon10.ip4.tinet.net [77.67.73.41]
      9   320 ms   322 ms   319 ms  xe-0-3-0.lax21.ip4.tinet.net [141.136.108.241]
     10   322 ms   322 ms   323 ms  db-transit-consulting-gw.ip4.tinet.net [199.229.230.18]
     11   323 ms   322 ms   322 ms  colo-lax6 [96.44.180.102]
     12   323 ms   322 ms   322 ms  67.215.251.214.static.quadranet.com [67.215.251.214]
     13   322 ms   322 ms   323 ms  host.colocrossing.com [172.245.220.66]
     14   323 ms   322 ms   323 ms  host.colocrossing.com [192.3.23.2]
     15   322 ms   323 ms   322 ms  host.colocrossing.com [192.3.23.126]

    It seems that “tinet.net” adds ~=60ms.
    Any idea why? Or how to avoid it?

    September 5, 2013 @ 5:01 am | Reply
    • Thanks for great reposnse so far. Because of this, we are currently out of stock, so we are now taking pre-orders which will be delivered in a few days.

      September 5, 2013 @ 8:02 am | Reply
  4. About the routing issue: We will be contacting our DC regarding this. Thank you.

    September 5, 2013 @ 8:04 am | Reply
  5. Paul:

    “FtpIt are a very new company. They started operating in January 2013 and have been featured once before.”

    http://lowendbox.com/about/

    We will not list VPS offers that only have yearly billing option, if the provider is under 1 year old.

    They are 8 months old.

    September 5, 2013 @ 5:09 pm | Reply
    • But they also have a monthly option. So it’s not the only billing option.

      Nonetheless, thanks Paul for being vigilant!

      September 6, 2013 @ 3:00 pm | Reply
  6. lbft:

    I’m not sure I’d want to trust my data to a provider that makes forum threads bashing reputable companies without justification. Makes me wonder about their ethics.

    September 5, 2013 @ 9:09 pm | Reply
    • Hi there. That is my view as a customer. Again in my signature in LowEndTalk, it is clearly written “All my views here are my own. They do not represent FtpIt’s views unless otherwise stated”.

      September 6, 2013 @ 6:13 am | Reply
  7. We have stock available again. Please hurry before it ends, if you are interested.

    September 6, 2013 @ 4:41 pm | Reply
  8. OkieDoke:

    Great offers – will be taking up the 3GB. Just wondering is the 3GB plan 3072MB of RAM or 3096MB? Just wondering what the extra 24 Mb is for?

    September 7, 2013 @ 2:05 am | Reply
    • Count it as 3 GB, equals to 3072. If you however want the extra +24, send a ticket, after ordering. :)

      September 7, 2013 @ 7:23 am | Reply
  9. Imtiax:

    Hi do you offer ddos protection?

    Also any chance to get a 1gbit port upgrade? I am thinking about purchasing 1 year

    September 9, 2013 @ 12:04 am | Reply
    • We do not offer DDOS protection, however the 1 Gigabit port upgrade is possible. Just send us a ticket.

      September 10, 2013 @ 6:12 am | Reply
  10. Nice offer for openvz. Shared resources vs dedicated kvm. performance and security is the difference =D

    September 30, 2013 @ 12:15 pm | Reply
    • perennate:

      KVM has shared resources too. If you don’t have an encrypted hard drive, which you should unless you’re doing disk-intensive tasks because it’s pointless not to (like having non-HTTPS website, who does that?), then KVM is just as open as OpenVZ.

      September 30, 2013 @ 1:36 pm | Reply
  11. Good article to read https://enterprisevpssolutions.com/evdsportal/index.php/knowledgebase/article/183/openvz-vs-kvm-see-the-difference/

    Both OpenVZ and KVM are mature technologies with advantages and disadvantages to each. Selecting the appropriate technology at the outset may save you significant future headache. To that end, please review the following list to see where you may fall.

    OpenVZ:

    Only intend to run userspace applications in linux for example LAMP/LNMP stack web hosting
    Typically better performance per dollar with a smaller disk and memory footprint for equivalent solutions.
    Lower management complexity for VPS users
    KVM:

    Intend to run Windows Server or OS other than linux.
    Solution requires custom kernel modifications, patches, specific kernel version or obscure features that are not supported in OpenVZ
    Needs advanced netfilter firewall configuration (exceptionally so, as most iptables features are supported) for example ipset or nfnetlink.
    SELinux. Within the VPS only, it does not prevent inspection from the parent hardware node.
    Neither (need a dedicated server):

    Full disk encryption/LUKS. Not possible in OVZ, KVMs can inspect your memory and grab your keys.
    Specific hardware, for example a gpu for bitcoin mining
    Heavy IO loads for extended periods of time.
    Things known not to work on OpenVZ:

    netfilter’s ipset
    netfilter’s nfnetlink
    netfilter’s ip_conntrack_pptp
    cachefs (potentially in post-2.6.19 kernels?)
    selinux
    cifs filesystem
    file acls (setfacl/getfacl)
    loopback mount (mount -o loop)

    Again there is a market for both technologies wish you the best.

    September 30, 2013 @ 2:05 pm | Reply
    • seriesn:

      Why the fuck are you spamming at other providers offer?

      September 30, 2013 @ 3:31 pm | Reply
  12. Soundararajan:

    Is this offer, still available ?

    March 26, 2014 @ 11:50 am | Reply

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