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    Question Can the Server Dedicated Ip be from different ip classes?

    Can the Server Dedicated Ip be from different ip classes?

    I mean can I have a server, with lets say 30 ips, all from different ip classes?
    Can this be done?
    Do you know any hosting that have this option?
    What is your suggestion

    thanks

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    Yes, it can be done. Yes, this is a topic that is always brought up at WHT. No, any host that offers you this should be shot.

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    whats it for?


    dos attacks? comes to mind
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    Quote Originally Posted by nocebo
    Yes, it can be done. Yes, this is a topic that is always brought up at WHT. No, any host that offers you this should be shot.
    No No, I just own server hundred of sites, and i cant interlink them if they are on the same ip class, cose Google will bann them.

    So I dont want google to bann the sites this is why I need different ip classes.

    Also, Nocebo you said this can be done.

    But I have spoken with HostGator they said its tehnically impossible.

    So how can this be done when they said it cant be done?

    Thanks

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    I suspect what hostgater means is either:

    1) Their routing / networking equipment cant do it.

    2) They are not stupid enough to try.

    If you find someone willing to do that please let us know as they would be crazy.

    I mean technically it is possible to run a cable from my home here in Toronto to New York city by just looping it out the back of my friends pickup truck but there are so many reasons why that is as dumb as routing ips from 30 different subnets to one box. Get multiple vps from different hosts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrBlackSEO
    No No, I just own server hundred of sites, and i cant interlink them if they are on the same ip class, cose Google will bann them.

    So I dont want google to bann the sites this is why I need different ip classes.
    No, Google won't "bann" them; if this were the case, hundreds of sites that are on shared servers would be banned since they usually run off of one IP address.

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    Thas what i was thinking

    he prolly wants to ddos since they block blocks of em at a time...Itink
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    Google won't ban you for having hundreds or thousands of sites on one shared IP. What google will do is if you start linking to all of your sites within your shared IP google will definitely lower your PR rank because through their algorithms google thinks you might be trying to unnaturally increase your SERPS and PR.

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    Hi,

    It is possible, but it is not very easily done. I know FDCServers usually give different extra ip classes to their servers, such as 66.something as the main ip address and 208.something as the extra ips or vice-versa. Do not expect that to always happen, and actually I'm not sure that's a very good thing to happen.

    Regards,

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    It is possible, but it is not very easily done. I know FDCServers usually give different extra ip classes to their servers, such as 66.something as the main ip address and 208.something as the extra ips or vice-versa. Do not expect that to always happen, and actually I'm not sure that's a very good thing to happen.
    That's probably based on what they have available (& the size of the block). This is not what the OP is talking about.

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    True, that does depend on what they have available and the customer is not given the privilege to choose the ip class he wants to have. What I meant is that if the customer asks for 4 blocks of 13 usable ips on different days, he will probably get different classes (probably, not for sure).

    Regards,

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