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YoHoJo

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[SuperModerator] Instant | True Private Proxy | Free IP Change | 1000's of IPs | 99.9% Uptime | 1Gbps | From $3.00

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This services are provided and run by Virmach, who I am partnered with.

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good luck will try.Are these brand new proxies or are they just never used on RS before?

I don't think 'brand new' proxies really exist anymore: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPv4_address_exhaustion , unless they are IPV6, which I'd assume is rare/expensive to see around. The chances of a particular IP from a provider being used on RS is quite low (unless said provider happens to cater to a lot of RS traffic and not have many different subnets)

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good luck will try.Are these brand new proxies or are they just never used on RS before?

There is no such thing as a brand new ipv4 address currently as all addresses have been recycled.

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These are private and don't use same username and password like Montreals non private proxies?

 

If so I will definitely be buying soon.

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These are private and don't use same username and password like Montreals non private proxies?

 

If so I will definitely be buying soon.

 

Yes, they're private. You get root access to the VPS hosting the proxy server, and you use the user and password to connect to it.

 

So to make it very clear:

  • The dedicated IP address for the proxy is all yours
  • The VPS is all yours
  • Only your username and password has access to the proxy

 

Also posting here to verify that I'm the owner of VPSGamers and YoHoJo is authorized to represent our company and is partnered with us.

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Bought a socks proxy, works great, it's fast, and he is very helpful in setting it up!

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Hey Im interested.  So it says you can run 12 accounts at once on one VPS.  Is this safe with all 1 VPS?

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Hey Im interested.  So it says you can run 12 accounts at once on one VPS.  Is this safe with all 1 VPS?

 

The only downside would be that all accounts would be from the same IP address.

You can always buy two of the cheaper plans and you should still be able to run 12 accounts, depending on what bot and script you're using. 

 

All-in-all though you get about 25% better value with the large plan.

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Hey Im interested.  So it says you can run 12 accounts at once on one VPS.  Is this safe with all 1 VPS?

 

That's what the proxies are for. If you're using a proxy for each one, what does it matter that you're running them from a single computer? 

 

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Why do you guys low-blow yourselves?

 

RUNESCAPE 3-7 24.95
 3GB DDR3 RAM
 
 5GB HDD/SSD 
 
 3 Accounts Guaranteed
 
 Up to 7+ Accounts
 

 3 Cores HT CPU

 

You can easily run 3 bots PER 1GB OF RAM. They only use 256MB each, after all. 

 

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Can we still use VNC viewer if we don't want to use your online service? Also, what OS do these use? 

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That's what the proxies are for. If you're using a proxy for each one, what does it matter that you're running them from a single computer? 

 

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Why do you guys low-blow yourselves?

 

RUNESCAPE 3-7 24.95
 3GB DDR3 RAM
 
 5GB HDD/SSD 
 
 3 Accounts Guaranteed
 
 Up to 7+ Accounts
 

 3 Cores HT CPU

 

You can easily run 3 bots PER 1GB OF RAM. They only use 256MB each, after all. 

 

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Can we still use VNC viewer if we don't want to use your online service? Also, what OS do these use? 

 

We like to give low estimates, because we want to make sure you get the best performance for the number of accounts we guarantee and list on our plans. Keep in mind these plans are also meant for RS3 botting with other bots, which use more resources, so we take that into account as well.

 

Yes, you can use any VNC viewer. These use Ubuntu 14. We can however set it up on another OS, except windows. We may start offering Windows servers sooner in the future with graphics cards so customers can also use TRiBot Runescape 3 with OpenGL, however, these will probably cost more, especially due to the cost of Windows licensing and it being hard to find dedicated servers with graphics cards. 

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what are the speeds like when using these? Are they user friendly? Will be the first time using one.

Speed as shown on the OP is 200GB at 100Mpbs.

It's plenty to play/bot RS on.

 

Yeah you go though the purchase process, like anything else online, and enter your proxy, port, user, pass into TRiBot, and you're set.

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Yes, they're private. You get root access to the VPS hosting the proxy server, and you use the user and password to connect to it.

 

So to make it very clear:

  • The dedicated IP address for the proxy is all yours
  • The VPS is all yours
  • Only your username and password has access to the proxy

 

Also posting here to verify that I'm the owner of VPSGamers and YoHoJo is authorized to represent our company and is partnered with us.

hello, can i have a 6hour trial vps?

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I cannot get my proxy to work on the vps...please help me

 

and also when i log into rs3 with a proxy my account instantly gets locked.. What is the process on using a proxy so ur account doesnt get locked

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hello, can i have a 6hour trial vps?

 

Sorry, we don't give trials.

 

I cannot get my proxy to work on the vps...please help me

 

and also when i log into rs3 with a proxy my account instantly gets locked.. What is the process on using a proxy so ur account doesnt get locked

 

Issue resolved.

 

just bought one how long is it going to be "pending?"

 

Resolved.

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When I try to order it makes me automatically subscribe to the proxy. I only want to buy it for one month to test it out, not to have another $4,95 taken out of my paypal next month.

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When I try to order it makes me automatically subscribe to the proxy. I only want to buy it for one month to test it out, not to have another $4,95 taken out of my paypal next month.

I believe you can just order it and cancel the recurring  payment right afterwords.

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Just purchased 2 Proxies, currently pending ! Will vouch for the service once I get the chance to experience it. :)

 

Edit: Just got everything going, proxies are SUPER fast. Very nice authentication system also. Love it :)

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