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There was one awhile back. However, it was taken down not long after it was put up. The service who provided the server probably wasn't happy about receiving copyright notices. Also, it's probably hard to find the kind of service provider that has the bandwidth required by AirVPN and its users that shares the same values of an open internet. 

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There was one awhile back. However, it was taken down not long after it was put up. The service who provided the server probably wasn't happy about receiving copyright notices. Also, it's probably hard to find the kind of service provider that has the bandwidth required by AirVPN and its users that shares the same values of an open internet. 

 

Actually it was not at all a problem of notices. See here for the whole story, if you are curious:

https://airvpn.org/topic/10166-new-100-mbits-server-available-izar-in-experimental

 

All the other datacenters in India we have inquired pose the same or similar problems: they can't meet our technical requirements, we're sorry.

 

Kind regards

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There was one awhile back. However, it was taken down not long after it was put up. The service who provided the server probably wasn't happy about receiving copyright notices. Also, it's probably hard to find the kind of service provider that has the bandwidth required by AirVPN and its users that shares the same values of an open internet. 

 

Actually it was not at all a problem of notices. See here for the whole story, if you are curious:

https://airvpn.org/topic/10166-new-100-mbits-server-available-izar-in-experimental

 

All the other datacenters in India we have inquired pose the same or similar problems: they can't meet our technical requirements, we're sorry.

 

Kind regards

 

 

Thanks for the link. For some reason I thought it I remembered that part of the reason was due to notices. Thanks for clearing that up. 

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Singapore and Hong Kong servers should work fine from India.

Datacenters with an unmetered, real 100Mbit connection per server are virtually non-existent. The bandwidth there is very expensive.

You can partially blame Tata and Airtel cartels for this.

 

Leapswitch, which is considered one of the best DCs in India, still offers only 10Mbps dedicated of 100Mbps shared ports.


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