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  1. #1
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    What's the point of dedicated ip if using shared nameserver?

    What's the point of dedicated ip if using shared nameserver?

    Lets say im using a dedicated ip address for one of my sites and using shared nameservers. If they shared nameserver is banned from a network will the website still work? Meaning they banned the nameserver only not the dedicated ip.
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  2. #2
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    You may require a dedicated ip if you want to use a SSL certificate, or would you want everybody on the shared server to be able to use your cc processor ;-)
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  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by valentin_nils
    You may require a dedicated ip if you want to use a SSL certificate, or would you want everybody on the shared server to be able to use your cc processor ;-)
    This would only be in effect if a consumer choose to have his CC Provider allow acces by IP which isn't recommended.

    Most control panels require a dedicated IP for SSL and operate better with it.

    It also allows more security in general compared to being on the same IP address as say, 200 other accounts.

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