What is Linux VPS hosting?
Linux VPS hosting is a usual VPS hosting just with a Linux operating system installed. Linux VPS has its own operating system, applications and data that are separated from other people on the same server and performs just like a dedicated one.
Do you provide VPS hosting based not on the Linux OS?
Our VPS hosting servers are only based on Linux operating system. However, during the ordering process you can choose from various offered instances of Linux OS templates - Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian, CentOS and Suse. However, if you are looking for Windows OS, you can try our dedicated hosting
What are the possible locations for Linux VPS hosting?
Currently we provide cheap Linux VPS hosting in 5 different locations – USA (Los Angeles, Chicago), Germany, Brazil and South Africa.
Do I have to install Linux OS by myself?
Our Linux VPS hosting comes with Linux OS already installed and is free of charge.
What happens when VPS bandwidth limit is reached?
If your server uses a lot of network resources, there is a chance that you will reach your monthly VPS bandwidth limit. After the limit is exceeded, the network speed of your server will become limited to 64 Kbits/s. You will also receive a notice about this limitation via email.
There are a few options if you want to solve this problem:
1) Wait for the end of the month (or the end of your billing cycle) when the bandwidth count starts over.
2) Upgrade your bandwidth resources at your Client Area as your VPS is fully customizable. However, in this case, the price of your VPS would increase.
What is the network speed of your Linux VPS hosting?
We limit the network speed provided depending on the location of your VPS hosting service.
Outgoing (data that is being sent from your server to another one) network speed is limited up to 500 Mbps in all VPS hosting locations except São Paulo, Brazil, where network speed limit is higher - up to 200 Mbps.
Incoming (data that is being transferred to your server from another one) network speed does not have any limitations.