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Get an E5 with Dual Hard Drives for Only $58.45 from Felware in Madison, Wisconsin! Wow!


Is it too early for Black Friday prices?  Is that a silly question?

Welcome, Felware!  They’re new to our community and are offering exceptional pricing on a great dedi deal.  Check this out:

  • Dual e5-2680 v3
  • 64GB of RAM
  • 1.2 SAS TB storage (that’s dual hard drives with RAID 1 hardware protection)
  • Unlimited bandwidth
  • Only $58.45 after discount codes!

I love RAID-1 storage on dedis.  Just saves so many headaches and hassles when the inevitable hardware failure happens.  Kudos to Felware for offering this out of the box instead of as an extra-cost add-on.

Service is in Madison, Wisconsin.  That’s our very first offer based in Madison!  So not just a great price but a new geography as well.

Felware provides high quality dedicated servers hosted in a professional environment, all while keeping a personal connection with our customers. We have a dedicated phone line and WhatsApp where you can speak with our engineers directly, and we work around the clock to monitor our services. Our staff has decades of experience as network engineers/software engineers at FAANG and other reputable companies.

Check out these promos:

  • Get 10% your first month using coupon code “FEL10” at checkout! (Monthly plans only)
  • Save 5% for 6 month plans, and 10% on 12 month plans!

Read their client service agreement, hosting terms, and privacy policy.

Datacenter Info

MSN1 – Madison, Wisconsin, United States
Test IPv4:
Test IPv6: fe80::1a66:daff:fe4d:eaee

2x Intel Xeon E5-2680v3 CPU
2x 1.2TB hard drives (1.2TB available)
Hardware RAID 1
Unlimited transfer
1Gbps uplink
1x IPv4
1x IPv6 (more upon request)
IPMI: no
Coupon: FEL10 (10% off first month)
$58.45/month (price after coupons/discounts)

2x Intel Xeon E5-2697v3 CPU
2x 1.2TB hard drives (1.2TB available)
Hardware RAID 1
Unlimited transfer
1Gbps uplink
1x IPv4
1x IPv6 (more upon request)
IPMI: no
Coupon: FEL10 (10% off first month)
$71.95/month (price after coupons/discounts)



  1. NetworkLuvr:

    Test IP is owned by ATT and single homed, and also says private “residence”. IPv6 address is a link-local address, which is not a globally unique address and is not routable, basically a private IP address for a LAN.


    November 21, 2023 @ 4:43 pm | Reply
    • I asked about that and this is what they said:

      “The IP listed is attached to a dedicated business 1Gbps line from ATT. The datacenter is located in commercial space around residences.”

      November 21, 2023 @ 6:47 pm | Reply
  2. Hi!

    As raindog308 said, this is a dedicated business fiber optic line from AT&T in a commercial space. This commercial space was specifically constructed by us with secure hosting/colocation in mind, with enterprise UPS power protection and on-site generator power redundancies.

    Also, regarding the IPv6, my mistake! Just a copy/paste typo. Here is the associated IPv6: 2600:1700:b270:cec0:1a66:daff:fe4d:eaee

    Let us know if you have any further questions!


    November 21, 2023 @ 10:47 pm | Reply
  3. An update for LowEndBox viewers:

    We have updated our test IPv4 and IPv6 addresses, and they are now available at our looking glass domain:


    Thank you!

    November 29, 2023 @ 10:53 pm | Reply

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