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We used to be a customer on your semi dedicated hosting and have your nyc railgun connected to our cloudflare account & not usable currently due to us switching host, if we decide to return but using your cloud service, is it possible to whitelist the cloud server to be able to use railgun?

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3 minutes ago, Gyuri said:

We used to be a customer on your semi dedicated hosting and have your nyc railgun connected to our cloudflare account & not usable currently due to us switching host, if we decide to return but using your cloud service, is it possible to whitelist the cloud server to be able to use railgun?

Hello! We do still have Railgun enabled in NYC for our shared/cloud web hosting, semi-dedicated, and reseller hosting plans. Unfortunately our cloud compute (https://www.hawkhost.com/cloud-compute) services, which are the equivalent of a VPS / your own private environment with full root access, would not be Railgun compatible.

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3 minutes ago, Brian said:

Hello! We do still have Railgun enabled in NYC for our shared/cloud web hosting, semi-dedicated, and reseller hosting plans. Unfortunately our cloud compute (https://www.hawkhost.com/cloud-compute) services, which are the equivalent of a VPS / your own private environment with full root access, would not be Railgun compatible.

Okay if that is the case, if we return back to your semi dedicated option, is your cloud server/vps node cage nearby to your semi dedicated node, as we have to get a low latency environment for a elasticsearch node.

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On 3/1/2021 at 1:22 PM, Gyuri said:

Okay if that is the case, if we return back to your semi dedicated option, is your cloud server/vps node cage nearby to your semi dedicated node, as we have to get a low latency environment for a elasticsearch node.

Latency between any two services with us (shared, SD, reseller, compute) within the same datacenter/location should be sub-1ms. Here's the output of me pinging between a semi-dedicated server and shared server to give you an idea of what you'd see. This would be the same between semi-dedicated and a compute as it's contained within the same infrastructure:

PING nyc100.hawkhost.com (172.96.186.130) 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from nyc100.hawkhost.com (172.96.186.130): icmp_seq=1 ttl=64 time=0.269 ms
64 bytes from nyc100.hawkhost.com (172.96.186.130): icmp_seq=2 ttl=64 time=0.298 ms
64 bytes from nyc100.hawkhost.com (172.96.186.130): icmp_seq=3 ttl=64 time=0.246 ms
64 bytes from nyc100.hawkhost.com (172.96.186.130): icmp_seq=4 ttl=64 time=0.226 ms
 

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