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Reduce Debian 10 to Minimal Environment

The following post will quickly guide you to reduce Debian/Ubuntu installations size by removing, in a safety way, non-essential packages. This may useful in VPS instances where limited disk space is available, around 2GB or less. I’ll be using a NAT VPS instance based on OpenVZ with 4GB of disk space under Debian 10 but […]

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V2Ray IPv6 output Proxy Server on Ubuntu 20.04

The following post will quickly explain how to create your own V2Ray IPv6 proxy server under Ubuntu 20.04 and use it on any Android device as global proxy. Works with both IPv4 & IPv6 connections. I’ll be using a NAT server located in Japan but it will also work on VPS instances based on KVM. […]

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Setup Shadowsocks Proxy Server on Debian 11 Bullseye

The following post will quickly explain how to create your own Shadowsocks Proxy Server under Debian 11 Bullseye and use it on Windows 10 as a system proxy. I’ll be using a KVM server located in Poland but it also will work on VPS instances based on NAT servers according to the assigned ports. STEP […]

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Setup AdGuard Home on a NAT VPS

Here is a simple guide to set up Adguard Home on a NAT VPS. What is AdGuard Home? AdGuard Home is a network-wide ad-and-tracker blocking DNS server. Its purpose is to let you control your entire network and all your devices, and it does not require using a client-side program. At the same, AdGuard Home […]

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Setup Wireguard on a NAT VPS

This post covers WireGuard VPN installation on NAT VPS. We have a 256MB NAT VPS. Steps should also work with a 128MB instance. You’d need to know your public IPv4 & assigned ports beforehand. We will be configuring WireGuard VPN Server using Nyr’s wireguard-install script on Debian 10. This will let you set up your […]

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What is a NAT VPS?

A NAT VPS basically an IPv6-primary VPS with shared IPv4 access. You generally get fully dedicated IPv6 addresses (an /80 subnet – that’s 281,474,976,710,656 IPs!) and a shared IPv4 address. This ensures dual-stack connectivity & compatibility with all environments. The IPv4 is shared using a method known as Network Address Translation (NAT) The VPS is […]