VPS As Go-between USA And Asia

Nov 27, 2008

We have our main cluster in Atlanta, Georgia, USA and intend to keep it there.
However our customers in Malaysia are not able to connect reliably to that server. They have up to 30% packet loss.

I want to get a server that can sit in the middle and just port-forward between Malaysia and the USA. This needs to be just a low-cost linux vps server as it is doing very little.

Does anyone know of a provider that has good links to the USA and to South East Asia who can provide a server like this?

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if there is any one here

who works for rtg asia

if there is i would like to know about your VPS

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The server load is low so it's not server related.

Traceroute TO the server appears fine.

Traceroute FROM the server to users IP's appears to have issues over the SingTel/Optus network.

My webhost says it's an issue for SingTel/Optus.

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I'd suggest that the owner of the domain (me!) approach his hosting provider and have them escalate to Cogent. We can't escalate to Cogent as we have no peering with them."

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