Changes between Version 257 and Version 258 of doc/GoodBadISPs


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Feb 2, 2013, 4:54:56 PM (7 years ago)
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Nexus6
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Trivial: fixed a couple of misspellings

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    2626 * [http://tailoredvps.com/ Tailored VPS] has a [http://blog.tailoredvps.com/?p=34 blog post] about hosting Tor relays so I assumed they allow hosting one. Been their member since late January 2012. Good experience so far. -> I can confirm they are quite tor-tolerant (even exit nodes). They ask you to deal with the abuse letters they forward you, and may ask to add an exit policy to the "victim"'s IP as a precaution. Not the cheapest, but they play nice with Tor relays.
    2727 * [https://vps6.net/ VPS6.NET] Tor initially allowed. Been hosting for an exit a couple of days there (also very nice support team!). - December 2012: They are now more strict about Tor. Middle nodes should be fine. However, if planning to host an exit, you might want to check if your desired exit policy is fine with them.
    28  * [http://www.vpswebserver.com VPSWebServer.com] Windows VPS provider who allows to install Tor on their VPS Servers. I'm their customer for few months and ask them to install Tor and get positive answer. They allow to install all apllication's which are legal and don't abuse others. Also when you make order you will get dedicated IP address. Also their support is full managed who always help to solve your problem's and issue's.
     28 * [http://www.vpswebserver.com VPSWebServer.com] Windows VPS provider who allows to install Tor on their VPS Servers. I'm their customer for few months and ask them to install Tor and get positive answer. They allow to install all applications which are legal and don't abuse others. Also when you make order you will get dedicated IP address. Also their support is full managed who always help to solve your problem's and issue's.
    2929 * [http://www.serveraxis.com ServerAxis] Low-cost VPS provider offering both metered and un-metered (100Mb/s) plans. I've been a customer since mid-2012 and have run a bridge node the entire time without incident.  The infrastructure seems solid, I've had no downtime.  Low-end metered plans come with 1TB/mo data transfer allocation and $0.01/GB after that.  Their AUP does not explicitly disallow Tor.
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    3636 * [http://tele2.at/ Tele2 Austria GmbH]  Forwards abuse at business connections, good quality traffic, does not  like "proxys" on private lines. Cheap synchronous (SDSL) connections.  (william, 12/2011)
    3737 * [http://a1.net A1 (former Telekom Austria)]  Does not like Abuse (in any form) at all. Seems to give out customer  data at alleged abuse. Not recommended but cheap. (william, 12/2011)
    38  * [http://xpirio.at xpirio GmbH]  in general rather relaxed at all services, but better get in touch with  their (very understandiung) support when you expect abuse. (william,  12/2011)
     38 * [http://xpirio.at xpirio GmbH]  in general rather relaxed at all services, but better get in touch with  their (very understanding) support when you expect abuse. (william,  12/2011)
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