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IWFHosting – KVM Plans – Discounted Price and Double RAM Promo!!!

Tags: , , , , , , , , Date/Time: June 23, 2019 @ 12:00 pm, by Frank Williams

IWF Hosting appearing here for the first time! They have a blowout sale that they want to share with the LEB Community, so we hope you enjoy what they are offering to us today!
The sale they have currently is on KVM VPS plans, with discounts and extra perks on the 4 plans they are offering, like a special Double RAM promotion on each one!

As always – we want to hear your feedback, so if you decide to buy a plan from IWF Hosting, please be sure to share your experience below!

You can find their ToS/Legal Docs here. 

Here’s what they had to say: 

“iWF Hosting, a brand of H4Y Technologies LLC and formerly iWebFusion Technologies LLC of Oregon, is based in Indialantic, FL.
iWF Hosting specializes in shared and virtualization-based webhosting solutions. We’re a group of engineers, web designers and programmers but above all, we’re genuine people that want to help you. Since 2001, H4Y Technologies LLC has been a leader in all aspects of the webhosting industry.

iWF Hosting wholly owns network equipment and dedicated machines with only current software and hardware to ensure that all users are as up to date and secure as possible. Dependable scalability comes easy at iWF Hosting with packages ranging from shared/business hosting to reseller accounts, VPS (virtual private server), colocation, Dedicated Servers, and Colocation. All at the best bang for the buck on the net. We do not overload our servers with loads and loads of customers; instead we spread accounts reasonably across powerful servers and avoid overselling.

iWF Hosting is proud of our uptime statistics! With our servers running 24/7/365 and an average of 99.99% uptime, you don’t have to worry about your website being down.”

Here are the offers: 

KVM 1

  • 1 CPU Cores
  • 2GB RAM
  • 25GB SSD Storage
  • 1500GB Bandwidth
  • 1 IPv4 / 64 IPv6
  • $8.99/month
  • [ORDER KVM 1]

KVM 2

  • 1 CPU Cores
  • 6GB RAM
  • 30GB SSD Storage
  • 2TB Monthly Bandwidth
  • 2 IPv4 / 64 IPv6
  • $12.99/month
  • [ORDER KVM 2]

KVM 3

  • 2 CPU Cores
  • 12GB RAM
  • 60GB SSD Storage
  • 3TB Monthly Bandwidth
  • 3 IPv4 / 64 IPv6
  • $23.99/month
  • [ORDER KVM 3]

KVM 4

  • 2 CPU Cores
  • 24GB RAM
  • 120GB SSD Storage
  • 4TB Monthly Bandwidth
  • 4 IPv4 / 64 IPv6
  • $33.99/month
  • [ORDER KVM 4]

NETWORK INFO:

DC74, Charlotte, NC

Test IPv4: 155.254.28.10
Test files: http://155.254.28.10/100MB.test | http://155.254.28.10/1024MB.test

USSHC, Monticello, IA

Test IPv4: 199.102.44.80
Test files: http://199.102.44.80/100MB.test | http://199.102.44.80/1024MB.test

Cascade Divide, Bend OR

Test IPv4: 155.254.16.14
Test files: http://155.254.16.14/100MB.test | http://155.254.16.14/1024MB.test

Peer1, Los Angeles CA

Test IPv4: 64.34.217.34
Test files: http://64.34.217.34/100MB.test | http://64.34.217.34/1024MB.test

Please let us know if you have any questions/comments and enjoy!

3 Comments

  1. simon:

    One could get a dedicated machine at these prices (not every day but still seems way overpriced for LEB)

    June 24, 2019 @ 1:44 pm | Reply
    • Erik Ashfolk:

      Yes, Intel Atom CPU based completely dedicated servers are available for $6 or $7 / month . And dedicated 1-Thread/1-vCPU/1vCore (100% performance dedicated) with dedi RAM, etc based servers are available for $3 or $4 / month.

      By the way, this company did not say what exact Brand/Model of CPU they are using !
      if these deals are using higher/powerful CPU, then this price may be justified.

      June 26, 2019 @ 7:44 pm | Reply
  2. Erik Ashfolk:

    Hi , (1) what did you meant by “1 IPv4 / 64 IPv6” ?
    (1-a) 1xIPv4-address & one /64 IPv6 “NET” ?
    ( one /64 IPv6-NET/subnet/range has 18-QuinTillion (18QN) IPv6-addresses . 1-Billion (1BN) has 9 zeroes after 1 , & 1-Quintillion (1QN) has 18 zeroes after 1 . According to IANA/IETF/etc an end-user should have minimum one /64 IPv6 net/subnet , and standard recommendation is /48 net/subnet for business end-users & /56 net/subnet for residential end-users ).

    (1-b) 1xIPv4-address, and 1xIPv6 /64 “address” ?

    Does your VPS-Management-Panel (Virtualizor) allows to allot+setup “PTR”/RDNS of IPv6-addresses ?

    What exact CPU brand+model you’re using ? or what series of CPUs ? GHz ?

    ( Most Intel microProcessors/CPU (or AMD EPYC series microProcessors/CPU) (1P) has multi-Cores . Each Core (1C) has 2-Threads (2T) . Because of “2-Way-SMT” feature, each Core (1C) can act as 2-virtual-CPUs/2-vCPUs or 2-vCores. )

    in your “KVM-1” VPS (with “1 CPU Cores”), are you actually allotting 1-Core with 2-Threads ?
    or just allotting 1-Thread ?
    if you’re allotting only 1-Thread then why didn’t you use 1vCore or 1vCPU ?

    What is the guaranteed-minimum PERCENT of computing-power/computing-performance/resource/level of a single/1-Thread/1vCPU/1vCore is actually allotted/assigned/committed to these KVM VPS plans/deals ?
    one-Thread’s/1vCPU/1vCore’s 100% or 95% or 50% or even less is committed ?
    CPU “passthrough” for “AES” is enabled/available ?

    what is the UPLINK port speed/rate ?

    June 26, 2019 @ 8:07 pm | Reply

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