Just in case anyone is looking for a way to get FusionHub working, I wanted to post my experiences over the past couple of weeks.
I have tried StratoGen, AWS and ElasticHosts, but only managed to get FusionHub working successfully with ElasticHosts.
The team at StratoGen were very friendly and helpful, but I couldn’t get it to work. Also, the least expensive cloud offering they had was going to cost around $150 per month.
I don’t know what to say about AWS. Do they all spend hours trying to complicate things to the point where they are simply unusable for the average person? It certainly seems that way to me, and, although I got FusionHub installed eventually (over the period of 2 days), it didn’t “do” anything, and I got no joy there. And as for getting support? Forget it. AWS may be a good fit for you if you work in IT, but I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone I know.
What a different story! Albeit with of help from @MartinLangmaid, this service works! I have 4 x 13/1 Mbps connections, and have seen speeds of up to 40 Mbps when testing on SpeedTest.net, and the speed tests from SpeedFusion also show a marked improvement on 13/1 Mbps!
The support staff have been wonderful in helping me to get things set up properly, and I couldn’t recommend them more highly.
I have a 1GB SSD, 1Ghz CPU, 1 x Static IP (1GB HD for backup) package which costs USD 34 per month.
(Disclaimer: I must admit that the speeds I get are quite varied, but I really do put this down to the connections I get from my ISP here in Thailand not being reliable.)
ElasticHosts offer a 5 day trial, and, if you’re looking for somewhere to host FusionHub, I recommend you try them!
Finally, I wanted to thank @MartinLangmaid publicly for all his help. He has been absolutely amazing, on one occasion working with me up until 01.30 his time, and continuing to support me all the way through to success on ElasticHosts. He really is a credit to Peplink. Thank you, thank you, thank you!