You can deploy SRT-proxy server on your host. For this we provide special Docker-image.
We recommended use this because our servers is public and may be under hight load.
You can use VPS or Dedicated. Power does not make sence, because proxy works like router and only bandwidth and location make sense.
About OS: we recommended use Ubuntu or Centos.
For example: we use VPS with 2 core ($15) for our proxy servers.
Be aware: sometimes providers offers VPS based on OpenVZ. Please don't use it because OpenVZ does not support Docker. If you not sure just ask provider simple question "Can I deploy Docker image on this server?"
for Ubuntu it's easy, just run this commands:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install docker.io
NOTE: we recommended use actual Docker-installation guide for your system from Docker site
just use this command
docker run -p=8088:8088 -p=20000-20400:20000-20400/udp --env ALLOW_PORT_STICK=ON --restart=always -d garaninapps/srt_proxy
Some cloud providers block non-standard ports by default.If you can't connect to your server then please check section usually called like "Firewall rules" or "Network security"
This ports should be opened on your server for inbound connections:
By default Proxy Server assing random port (between 20000-20400) for SRTMiniServer.But since version SRTMiniServer 1.5 you can fix this port.
For example you can use 20330 always. Just type your custom server as IP:20330