Web Horizon OVZ7 NAT VPS

Hi there, in these days of low-end budget servers, NAT VPS instances are increasing its popularity in U.S and Europe locations, however, there are a few providers that offers this type of VPS in Asia, which is quite rare. One of them is Web Horizon, I’ve bought a minimal NAT VPS located on Hong Kong and I’ve been waiting this for a long time, my latest review of a VPS in that location was in 2019, Wishosting was the provider, it discontinued its services in that location years ago, so, friends at Web Horizon roll out an amazing deal, so, let’s get started.


Today’s review is about Web Horizon and its VPS-NAT256 instance, a minimal NAT VPS based on OpenVZ v7 located in Hong Kong which include:

  • 1 vCPU Core.
  • 256MB RAM.
  • 4GB SSD HDD.
  •  500GB Monthly Bandwidth.
  • 1 IPv4 NAT (20 usable ports).
  • 1 IPv6.
  • TUN/TAP.
  • VNC Console.
-------------------- A Bench.sh Script By Teddysun -------------------
 Version            : v2023-10-15
 Usage              : wget -qO- bench.sh | bash
 CPU Model          : AMD EPYC 7513 32-Core Processor
 CPU Cores          : 1 @ 1297.561 MHz
 CPU Cache          : 512 KB
 AES-NI             : ✓ Enabled
 VM-x/AMD-V         : ✓ Enabled
 Total Disk         : 3.9 GB (974.3 MB Used)
 Total Mem          : 256.0 MB (19.2 MB Used)
 System uptime      : 0 days, 1 hour 1 min
 Load average       : 0.00, 0.01, 0.05
 OS                 : Debian GNU/Linux 12
 Arch               : x86_64 (64 Bit)
 Kernel             : 6.1.0
 TCP CC             :
 Virtualization     : OpenVZ
 IPv4/IPv6          : ✓ Online / ✓ Online
 Organization       : AS63473 HostHatch, LLC
 Location           : Hong Kong / HK
 Region             : Hong Kong
 I/O Speed(1st run) : 319 MB/s
 I/O Speed(2nd run) : 376 MB/s
 I/O Speed(3rd run) : 364 MB/s
 I/O Speed(average) : 353.0 MB/s
 Node Name        Upload Speed      Download Speed      Latency
 Speedtest.net    8344.35 Mbps      7428.96 Mbps        0.32 ms
 Los Angeles, US  457.75 Mbps       935.42 Mbps         200.01 ms
 Dallas, US       403.82 Mbps       830.21 Mbps         212.21 ms
 Montreal, CA     72.49 Mbps        889.69 Mbps         240.63 ms
 Amsterdam, NL    262.87 Mbps       1339.94 Mbps        305.25 ms
 Chongqing, CN    0.37 Mbps         0.42 Mbps           68.98 ms
 Hongkong, CN     6022.71 Mbps      7106.27 Mbps        0.89 ms
 Mumbai, IN       410.53 Mbps       989.03 Mbps         259.99 ms
 Singapore, SG    330.61 Mbps       882.81 Mbps         34.50 ms
 Tokyo, JP        704.29 Mbps       1156.50 Mbps        75.28 ms
 Finished in        : 5 min 34 sec
 Timestamp          : 2024-05-30 12:18:34 EDT

In these NAT VPS instances you can install:

  • Alma Linux v8 | v9.
  • CentOS v7.
  • Debian v10 | v11 | v12.
  • Ubuntu v20.04 | v22.04.

You might be wondering for what purpose you can use these VPS instances with very limited resources. Generally, people think this is just for web proxies, like OpenVPN or Wireguard but you can actually use it as a web server and host any number of projects.

This could give you a hint

Personally, I use this server, yes, as a HTTP proxy but also to test bash/python scripts, as well as a temporary WordPress website, mainly to test themes and plugins. So far, I never experience issues nor downtimes with this NAT VPS instance, the service have been smoothly stable.


If you’re looking a small and inexpensive VPS instance just to learn more about Linux, this is a great option. Don’t forget to keep an eye on Web Horizon deals, they also offer Premium KVM VPS instances and Email Hosting Plans.

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Web Horizon OVZ7 NAT VPS
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24 days ago

HTTP proxy? How??

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