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    VPS needed around $10-15 with dedicated Ips

    Hi All,

    I am in need of a basic VPS which includes different static ips. I am using about 15-20 GB per month. I would prefer US based servers. My requirement are as follows;

    1Gigs of RAM
    1core CPU would be fine
    15-20Gb of disk space
    Centos, mysql, apache tomcat, java
    Budget - <$15/month
    Bandwidth - ~200Gigs
    C- Class ips - 10-15
    Better response time.

    Please help me out on this. Any help would be highly appreciated.

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    Not goind to happen with that budget. IPs alone would cost like $1 each or more.

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    by default all vps have dedicated ip but only one. More than one would cost you extra money... so look into offer section and good luck..

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    Like said, the budgets too low, I would offer only one IP for that price.
    IPv4 are soon to cease allocation, so the chance of anyone giving away 15 is just nil.

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    I have seen max 7 IPs
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    C- Class ips - 10-15
    In this situation I'm assuming multiply web hosting accounts with other web hosts would be the best solution for you.
    But that will be over $15 for sure
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    Quote Originally Posted by kafka13 View Post
    by default all vps have dedicated ip but only one.
    This not true - Many VPSs come with 2 or more IPs. I've seen some that come with 8 as standard.

    @OP - This can be done if you shop around in the offers section. Just one example (there will be others) is with BurstNET you could get 1Gb RAM, 50Gb disk, 1000Gb B/W with 2 IPs for $9.95 and then add 10 IPs for $5. Remember that you will need valid justification for the extra IPs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WebhostGIANT-Rob View Post
    I have seen max 7 IPs
    I'll see your 7 and raise you one

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    $15 for that amount of RAM and 15 IPs its not easy to find. Maybe a really low budget one with 0 support.
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    They are right that many IPv4 would take your whole budget. If you could find a provider that supports IPv6 (and you can use IPv6 for your application) you could probably find one that offers you more for a reasonable budget.

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    Stop wasting IPs.....poor IPv4

    Thankfully providers are starting to get strict on handing out IPs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F-DNS View Post
    This not true - Many VPSs come with 2 or more IPs. I've seen some that come with 8 as standard.

    @OP - This can be done if you shop around in the offers section. Just one example (there will be others) is with BurstNET you could get 1Gb RAM, 50Gb disk, 1000Gb B/W with 2 IPs for $9.95 and then add 10 IPs for $5. Remember that you will need valid justification for the extra IPs.
    Can you advice me any nice company how can provide me this?

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    Could you clear up what you are looking for in the IP's?

    Are you looking for 1 IP on different Class C's or all the same C?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoopla-Brad View Post
    Thankfully providers are starting to get strict on handing out IPs.
    Not all web hosting companies are hurting for IP space.


    Quote Originally Posted by SlickWebHost-Claudiu View Post
    $15 for that amount of RAM and 15 IPs its not easy to find. Maybe a really low budget one with 0 support.
    Agreed. You are going to have to up the budget for the IP's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barefootsies View Post
    Could you clear up what you are looking for in the IP's?

    Are you looking for 1 IP on different Class C's or all the same C?
    1 Ip on different class C's

    I want to make sure that people could not identify that sites are running from the same server.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faraz786g View Post
    1 Ip on different class C's

    I want to make sure that people could not identify that sites are running from the same server.
    Why not just get more servers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by faraz786g View Post
    1 Ip on different class C's

    I want to make sure that people could not identify that sites are running from the same server.
    That won't stop people identifying that it's the same server - It will just take a few seconds longer.

    (And that alone is not valid justification for the IPs either).

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    Quote Originally Posted by F-DNS View Post
    That won't stop people identifying that it's the same server - It will just take a few seconds longer.

    (And that alone is not valid justification for the IPs either).
    It sounds like he is looking to game search engines, and if he does his registrars, name servers, and all of that correctly. He will accomplish his goal. It takes more than just IP's to play the SEO game.

    Now, before the others chime in about Google and snake oil and all that nonsense. I assure you that almost everyone who says that is not a webmaster nor done SEO work. If you have, you know that what is posted versus a solid A-B-C linking strategy combined with proper set up CAN work. But as I said, it's a lot more than simple IP's to accomplish it.

    As for the IP's... a lot of web hosting companies will not do this for you. Especially smaller one's without the IP's available in the first place. They see 'SEO' as wasteful use of resources, and will always point to some gibberish trying to back up their claim. In the end, 9 of 10 times, they simply do not have the IP's available in the first place to accomplish what you seek.

    There are very few providers who offer this type of service with the 15 IP/C, and have the IP's you need. Much less willing to do it in the first place. That said, you will have to up your budget. No one will give them to you for free whether SEO or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoopla-Brad View Post
    Stop wasting IPs.....poor IPv4

    Thankfully providers are starting to get strict on handing out IPs.
    Why it's wasting? If a IP is needed then it's needed, just because you don't feel it's needed for his requirement doesn't mean it won't be put in-use.

    There's plenty of IPv4 addresses still around, we have plenty and won't run out no time this year.. but we do ask for justification for each ipv4 address purchased after the one's provided during the sign up.


    There should be plenty of providers that should meet your requirements, I don't know the current status of them, or if they are good or bad, But RockstarVPS offers a "SEO VPS" plans that offer VPS packages that have IP packages included with them; under your requirements you should check them out and search for reviews.. Even though most likely all the negative ones it seems to be about them for when they ran a free month promotion offer and you know when you throw "Free" in with "hosting" there's always negative and rants. Soo read them clearly and don't accept every negative or positive thing you see about them reviews..

    Good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-Mark View Post
    RockstarVPS offers a "SEO VPS" plans that offer VPS packages that have IP packages included with them; under your requirements you should check them out
    Thank you for the recommendation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-Mark View Post
    Why it's wasting? If a IP is needed then it's needed, just because you don't feel it's needed for his requirement doesn't mean it won't be put in-use.

    There's plenty of IPv4 addresses still around, we have plenty and won't run out no time this year.. but we do ask for justification for each ipv4 address purchased after the one's provided during the sign up.


    There should be plenty of providers that should meet your requirements, I don't know the current status of them, or if they are good or bad, But RockstarVPS offers a "SEO VPS" plans that offer VPS packages that have IP packages included with them; under your requirements you should check them out and search for reviews.. Even though most likely all the negative ones it seems to be about them for when they ran a free month promotion offer and you know when you throw "Free" in with "hosting" there's always negative and rants. Soo read them clearly and don't accept every negative or positive thing you see about them reviews..

    Good luck.
    Thanks for your thoughts. Well you got my point i was looking for ips just because of SEO other than no reason so i can link all my sites to each other without getting any plenty from search engines. Words about rockstarVPS are not good, can u please advice me any other vps servers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faraz786g View Post
    Words about rockstarVPS are not good, can u please advice me any other vps servers.
    Yep. We have some reviews on WHT for terminating fraudsters and abusers. Or people crying because they can't pass a simple fraud check. If you read the reviews for what they are, you will see they are not people complaining about our actual VPS SERVICE. Just people trying to put things on promotional plans not allowed, or being terminated for abuse.

    If people based everything on WHT in regards to Burst (among other companies on WHT) they would not be one of the longest and most established companies with thousands of servers and clients. You read about Burst almost daily on WHT from some chicken little, yet they continue to grow and are one of the biggest hosts on WHT despite of it.

    If you can pass a simple fraud check (because you use legit info) and are not planning to do things against the T.O.S. then you should have no issues with Rockstar like hundreds of our other clients who are perfectly happy with our VPS service.

    If those will be problematic things for you, then you're right. We are not the host for you. Good luck in your SEO search sire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by faraz786g View Post
    1 Ip on different class C's

    I want to make sure that people could not identify that sites are running from the same server.
    Until someone does a traceroute...
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    Quote Originally Posted by media-hosts_com View Post
    Until someone does a traceroute...
    Gaming search engines has nothing to do with WHT stalkers and trace routes. Nor does Google, or any other search engine, do this as being advertised. The algo's do not work this way, not are their people going to be doing something like this unless you were doing something really bad and they had to 'investigate' you.

    Again, remarks like this really show how little most hosts know about SEO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barefootsies View Post
    Gaming search engines has nothing to do with WHT stalkers and trace routes. Nor does Google, or any other search engine, do this as being advertised. The algo's do not work this way, not are their people going to be doing something like this unless you were doing something really bad and they had to 'investigate' you.

    Again, remarks like this really show how little most hosts know about SEO.
    I might not know much about SEO but i will feel much comfortable if i would have more ips to play with. I not hosting just 1 site, i have about 30-40 sites which i would like to link together but cant do if they have the same static ip. Hope you understand this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faraz786g View Post
    I not hosting just 1 site, i have about 30-40 sites which i would like to link together but cant do if they have the same static ip.
    Make sure you follow A-B-C linking strategies. There is a good program called, 'Link Organizer'. It is excellent for managing this across all of your sites. I am not sure if you are just planning to link internally, or if you are going to also be selling links. But keep that in mind when mapping out your SEO plan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barefootsies View Post
    Again, remarks like this really show how little most hosts know about SEO.
    Why don't you enlighten us on our lack of knowledge then?? (since you seem to know it all). After all, this is a community to share ideas?
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    Quote Originally Posted by media-hosts_com View Post
    Why don't you enlighten us on our lack of knowledge then??
    I enlighten clients. I do not get paid to educate peers.

    If you're going to speak to SEO link building strategies, and the use of IP's, you should know about them. As for the other edited remarks for your initial posting(s), I am simply going to be the bigger man and ignore those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barefootsies View Post
    Not all web hosting companies are hurting for IP space.
    Not all web hosting companies are trying to sell large allocations for xxx,xxx instead of giving them back either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Obvious View Post
    Not all web hosting companies are trying to sell large allocations for xxx,xxx instead of giving them back either.
    Make sure you take that up with the oil companies next time you fill up your gas tank. Those who control the limited resources make the rules.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F-DNS View Post
    This not true - Many VPSs come with 2 or more IPs. I've seen some that come with 8 as standard.

    @OP - This can be done if you shop around in the offers section. Just one example (there will be others) is with BurstNET you could get 1Gb RAM, 50Gb disk, 1000Gb B/W with 2 IPs for $9.95 and then add 10 IPs for $5. Remember that you will need valid justification for the extra IPs.
    Hello,
    One thing, with Burst, the IP addresses are sequential, it is not going to be possible to get 15 from different class C's. The only way to accomplish this is to order 14 blocks of 5 IP addresses a few days ago (Granted that would be overkill ~$55.00 for IP Addresses per month for 75 IP Addresses). Needless to say justification would be needed (and most likely declined by any responsible host, as I cannot think of many legitimate reasons to have 75 IP Addresses on a budget VPS).

    @OP, I assume this is for "SEO Hosting", if so I would look into dedicated SEO Hosting providers, it is a niche market but it exists. Typically "SEO" does not meet ARIN or RIPE Justification for IP Addresses
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    Agreed. You would need a premium VPS typically for such a set up. It really does not make any sense to put something like that on a budget deal. Even with those who can provide it, they would not do it for the budget as advertised.

    Quote Originally Posted by KDisk View Post
    @OP, I assume this is for "SEO Hosting", if so I would look into dedicated SEO Hosting providers, it is a niche market but it exists.[/INDENT]
    Some web hosting companies have IP space and can do this, and others cannot. Money talks.
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    Some web hosting companies have IP space and can do this, and others cannot. Money talks.
    Doing useless waste of space? sure, but it is not gonna help the sites with the ranking. Google Employees said that more than once - and other search engine employees did too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EDIS View Post
    Doing useless waste of space? sure, but it is not gonna help the sites with the ranking. Google Employees said that more than once - and other search engine employees did too.
    **snicker**

    Right. Because Google employees are going to publicly state, on the record, what does and does not work to game the algo including all of the steps to pull it off.

    Give me a break and thank you for the laughs.

    If it did not work, people would not do it. White hat and blakc hats would not seek it out. Hosts do not need to sell people on the concept of it working. People know it works. People can easily enough read how it works and get results doing it. When done properly, the end result is what reinforces the drive for people asking for this SEO service. People ask for this, and smart web hosting companies with the IP space, and solid business mind to offer such a service fill that need.

    Most hosts who say it doesn't work, could never offer it in the first place. Much less have any real front line experience in SEO to be able to speak on it. Other than citing some misinformation provided by the same people who control the algo.

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    Right. Because Google employees are going to publicly state, on the record, what does and does not work to game the algo including all of the steps to pull it off.

    Give me a break and thank you for the laughs.
    Yup, they did - feel free to contact them about it.

    http://interviews.slashdot.org/story...ogle-questions

    Craig Silverstein is well known and respected, i really doubt he would lie - but of course you say something different even if it is wrong, because you sell SEO Hosting and IP ranges.. so you are not neutral in this discussion and therefore not trustable as ressource for neutral answers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EDIS View Post
    Craig Silverstein is well known and respected, i really doubt he would lie - but of course you say something different even if it is wrong, because you sell SEO Hosting and IP ranges.. so you are not neutral in this discussion and therefore not trustable as ressource for neutral answers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by faraz786g View Post
    1 Ip on different class C's

    I want to make sure that people could not identify that sites are running from the same server.
    Anybody that accepts that as valid justification doesn't deserve the IP's they wasted on you.
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    Many SEO hosts allow 'unlimited' domains with cPanel and lots of different class c ip addresses.

    So there is no reason to not just use them, however you're looking at almost $100 a month for 15 IPs on different class c's ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by EDIS View Post
    so you are not neutral in this discussion and therefore not trustable as ressource for neutral answers.
    Right. Nor are they neutral, or going to tell you how to game the system.

    However, keep going with the amusement. For any example you can claim from the 'G', I can point to the same exact reason why it works both ways. The difference is some of us actually have working experience as webmasters and KNOW it works. So I will go with actual experience over some sour grapes web host, or disinformation.

    Again, it comes down to YOU can't offer SEO hosting. The only people who are sour grapes about this whole subject are those who can't offer it. That has been proven time and again.

    First question any SEO potential client can ask to someone claiming it doesn't work... "Have you actually ever done SEO?", followed by, "Do YOU actually have the Class C's and IP space to offer it". Both answers will come back, "No", and they can move on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faraz786g View Post
    I want to make sure that people could not identify that sites are running from the same server.
    the hostname will show which server the website is being hosted on.

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    What this kid wants is many ips for his websites,Im guessing he dont want to resell vps's with such low budget,something I would never do even with tons of budget and the fact that burst.net is a big company doesnt mean is good ,well kid what you want is possible the problem is that you have to be client so they loose the ip's,its simple money solves most everything,but with your low budget you have to administer your time and invest your time searching by your own means Im sure there is something there for you good luck boy

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