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    Smile Which providers currently support both IPv4 & IPv6?

    I have a client who is looking for a VPS that offers both IPv4 and native IPv6 connectivity (no tunneling).

    Initially, the primary purpose of this VPS will be for testing/ensuring software compatibility with IPv6. As a result, a significant amount of disk space and bandwidth is not required -- however, after testing is complete, the server may be re-purposed and therefore it would be convenient if there was an option to upgrade the specs at a later date.

    Additional requirements:
    - Host based in USA
    - Linux OS (unmanaged or managed)
    - At least 256 MB guaranteed RAM
    - No Kloxo or HyperVM products present on node
    - Month to month payment
    - Ability to process Visa payments without copies of personal documents (e.g. passports, government IDs, birth certificates, etc.)

    Your insight and suggestions are greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    JZ

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    as i know, buyvm

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    rapidxen, buyvm, burstnet, hostrail, trustvps, yard

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    Quote Originally Posted by minhmeo View Post
    as i know, buyvm
    Thanks, but according to their website, they have no inventory for any of their hosting packages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by windywinter View Post
    rapidxen, buyvm, burstnet, hostrail, trustvps, yard
    Thanks. I wasn't able to find a "trustvps" (Google recommended "thRustvps" -- is that what you meant?

    I have always been impressed with BurstNET as they are very active on this forum. Unfortunately, they require the submission of personal identity documents (scans of government IDs, etc.) to subscribe [https://secure.burst.net/policy/ccauth.pdf] and therefore do not meet the requirements outlined above.

    As mentioned previously, buyvm appears to be out of stock for all their products. I am investigating rapidxen, hostrail, and yardvps.

    Thanks for your input.

    JZ
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    Quote Originally Posted by syaman View Post
    Thank you, Syaman. From what I can tell from the forum post, it looks like they are targeting March for their IPv6 functionality. I hope to have the server within the next few days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshZZ View Post

    As mentioned previously, buyvm appears to be out of stock for all their products. I am investigating rapidxen, hostrail, and yardvps.
    Hostrail uses HyperVM

    Out of curiosity, what do you have against tunneled IPv6? Some have no choice but to tunnel as not all upstream support native yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by houkouonchi View Post
    Dreamhost:

    http://www.dreamhost.com

    Unique IPv4 IP addresses cost money but unique IPv6 IPs are free.
    Thanks, I will check them out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitgib View Post
    Hostrail uses HyperVM

    Out of curiosity, what do you have against tunneled IPv6? Some have no choice but to tunnel as not all upstream support native yet.
    I am not aware of the reason, only that my client specifically requested no tunneling.

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    BuyVM.net has ipv4 and ipv6 support

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    buyvm has ipv6 RDNS feature on their solus
    please cmiiw always

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    ClubUpTime does

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshZZ View Post
    I have always been impressed with BurstNET as they are very active on this forum. Unfortunately, they require the submission of personal identity documents (scans of government IDs, etc.) to subscribe [https://secure.burst.net/policy/ccauth.pdf] and therefore do not meet the requirements outlined above.
    Incorrect. We do NOT require the identification/authorization documentation for every order. It is only required if you do not pass our fraud checking initially, and we recommend them in case you think you might have an issue to speed up processing just in case. 99% of orders pass thru just fine, without having supplied such to us. You can always place the order and see if we require them, and just cancel on the slight chance we do, unless you know you have something to odd about your order and will not pass the fraud checking (paying in someone else's name, ordering while traveling outside your address area, etc...).

    I therefore re-qualify us as meeting requirements!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BurstNET View Post
    I therefore re-qualify us as meeting requirements!
    That is mighty convenient
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    I think most hosts have infrastructure to support ipv6, its been phased in for years. The problem isnt with infrastructure its software support. Cpanel for example, doesnt support it yet. That affects probably 95% of the people on this forum
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshZZ View Post
    Thank you, Syaman. From what I can tell from the forum post, it looks like they are targeting March for their IPv6 functionality. I hope to have the server within the next few days.
    Just to clarify, all new orders in our Kansas City location come with IPv6 enabled, and soon that will be the case for Atlanta orders (we are going to be replacing an edge networking device there in a couple of weeks and turn on IPv6 there).

    Existing client servers however will take a bit longer for us to switch over to IPv6 dual stack.
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