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Hosting and multiple ip's

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by larysmith711, Dec 21, 2005.

  1. #1
    So... we are adding about 10 new sites per month right now and I want to find some hosting that will offer multiple ip's. I'm looking at future growth and within a few months want to be able to have the ability to have 50-100 unique ip's with our hosting.

    Does this exist??? What companies???
     
    larysmith711, Dec 21, 2005 IP
  2. ServerUnion

    ServerUnion Peon

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    ServerUnion, Dec 22, 2005 IP
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    duclelo Peon

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    #3
    go to webhostingtalk.com, it's really good forum
     
    duclelo, Dec 22, 2005 IP
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    jg123 Notable Member

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    I am at Hostgator and they offer extra ip's fo $2.00 per month.
     
    jg123, Dec 22, 2005 IP
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    onedollar SEO Consultant for Hire

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    #5
    smindsrt, If you decide to go with hostgator, I can suggest you the right way to do it.

    First sign-up for one plan (with additional ip for 2$ only) and host all your sites on this plan (they allow unlimited add-on domains) so you can set it up for only 9.95$ per month. Once your sites start to gain momentum and start showing profitability, you can gradually move them on to their own individual plans and request unique ip's for each.

    This way you can setup all your sites on their individual ip's as and when the need arises.

    Hope that helps :)
     
    onedollar, Dec 22, 2005 IP
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    ServerUnion Peon

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    #6
    I stay away from addon domains. Just dont like multiple sites under the same account. backups, restores, stats... I could go on.

    The key is to get the sites on unique class c IP blocks, not just on IP's. As I said, www.sprintserve.net (which we have been with for 1.5 years) offers a great SEO hosting service over multiple class c IP blocks.

    Contact Chaw at sprintserve for specifics. If you have any questions let me know
     
    ServerUnion, Dec 22, 2005 IP
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    wheel Peon

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    #7
    If you're looking for different C-block IP's, in many cases just asking your current provider will fix you up. I've contacted a number of datacenters and while initially a bit WTF?, when I give them a rough outline of why I need that they're generally pretty compliant. I've now got something like 10 different C classes on my one server.
     
    wheel, Dec 22, 2005 IP
  8. larysmith711

    larysmith711 Well-Known Member

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    #8
    Yes, I should have said that in my original post. I need unique class C IP blocks. I will send an email off to sprintserve.net to see what thy can provide me.
     
    larysmith711, Dec 22, 2005 IP
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    chrisd Active Member

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    #9
    Why different class c blocks ?

    Thank you,
    A true newbie aware of his ignorance,
     
    chrisd, Dec 24, 2005 IP
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    Coupons Active Member

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    #10
    For SEO purposes, of course :)
    Having different class C IP's for each site, it's like having each one in a different webserver, so Google (in theory) likes it.
     
    Coupons, Dec 24, 2005 IP
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    chrisd Active Member

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    #11
    Affiliate7 thanks.

    "Different class C = Google thinks different physical location?"

    Could you give me, the quick theory of why this is important ?
    How could you concretly take advantage of having multiple class C? :confused:

    Thank you,
    Christophe
     
    chrisd, Dec 24, 2005 IP
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    mnemtsas Super Dud

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    www.pair.com offers hosting of different sites on different class C addresses for $10 setup plus $1 a month on top of your hosting plan costs. Works a treat for me.
     
    mnemtsas, Dec 24, 2005 IP
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    ServerUnion Peon

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    Do they offer it at the reseller level though? This is a real important factor as keeping all of your sites under one WHM control can be a real timesaver.
     
    ServerUnion, Dec 27, 2005 IP
  14. topicalone

    topicalone Active Member

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    #14
    One thing i can say is - LINKS.

    Having sites in different C class IPs gives you the freedom to point to any site you choose from all the different sites hosted in these IPs.
     
    topicalone, Dec 27, 2005 IP
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    john_loch Rodent Slayer

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    #15
    Let's not overlook nameservers either.. tho the significance of all IP's resolving through the same DNS is a matter of conjecture..

    Cheers,

    JL
     
    john_loch, Dec 27, 2005 IP
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    chrisd Active Member

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    #16
    Thanks topicalone.

    Man, I would sure visit someones FAQ page with the exact guideline Google uses in terms of their interpretation of ips.

    john_loch raise another very good point.

    I know someone with 4 class C in the same datacenter rack space.
    So infering a different class c is a different location is actually incorrect, maybe 50% of the time?
    I would guess that most large/medium hosters would have 1+ class B in the same datacenter...

    If anyone has a "Google_Or_Other-IP rules" FAQ page, please post it here or PM me.
    Thank you,
    Christophe
     
    chrisd, Dec 27, 2005 IP
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    alext Active Member

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    #17
    http://out-fox-the.net/online-seo-tools/

    Check the #1 and #3 links under "SEO Info & Tools"

    Might help.
     
    alext, Dec 27, 2005 IP
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    chrisd Active Member

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    #18
    The #1 link seems to say, that you want your sites on different class B ranges. Not just different class C.
    Like:
    63.1.1.1 and 63.2.1.1 GOOD (different class B)
    63.1.1.1 and 63.1.23.1 NOT_GOOD (different class C)

    ".../...
    - within the same C block (IP=xxx.xxx.CCC.xxx)
    If you have many sites with the same web host, prolific cross-linking can indicate more of a single entity, and less of democratic web voting. Easy to spot, easy to penalize.
    .../..."

    Did he mean "within the same C block (IP=xxx.xxx.xxx.CCC)" ?
    Or his he correct and that you want hosting on , what most call now(?), a different class B (Class B subnets share the first two octets...)?

    The #3 link, did not have specifics about "ip", "block" or "class" (did a search on the entire thread page)"...?

    Thanks, alext, for the links, will read more this evening,
    Christophe
     
    chrisd, Dec 27, 2005 IP
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    alext Active Member

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    #19
    I believe they mean the same C-Block. I.E.
    1.1.1.1 linked to 1.1.1.2 = BAD
    1.1.1.1 linked to 1.1.2.1 = ok

    "within the same C block"

    "A C Block is a block of 256 addresses from X.Y.Z.0 to X.Y.Z.255"
    http://www.samspade.org/d/ipdns.html

    Oh well I thought it did. Useful guide anyway.
     
    alext, Dec 27, 2005 IP
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    chrisd Active Member

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    Roger that, alext.

    Thanks,
    Christophe
     
    chrisd, Dec 27, 2005 IP