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    Who's this IP ranges 74.213.165.*?

    Who's this IP ranges 74.213.165.*?Which company?

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    74.213.165.5 CA CANADA ONTARIO TORONTO MOMENTUM SOLUTIONS INC
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    THX!
    Which company operating the server of this IP ranges?

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    Cogeco Data Services Inc. CDSI (NET-74-213-160-0-1)
    74.213.160.0 - 74.213.191.255
    Momentum Solutions Inc THTI-MOMENTUM (NET-74-213-164-0-1)
    74.213.164.0 - 74.213.165.255
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    I wanna order a server what ip ranges 74.213.165.*,It still cant find a link or which comyany have this ip ranges servers!

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    http://www.momentum.com/ just ask them
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    Why do you want to get a server in that range? Did you consider getting a ping test or something?

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    Maybe he won the lottery with those numbers

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    try to contact ultrahosting.com
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    As others have said and the first response noted, the IP is assigned to Momentum which has a brand called ultrahosting.com. If you contact ultrahosting for a server and ask them they can help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Collabora View Post
    Maybe he won the lottery with those numbers
    I LOL'ed at that one!

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    not sure on this one, but we do have customer popping up and asking dedicated servers with specific ip range. From what i have understood that they think that xyz ip range has best connectivity or lowest latency. This is just my side of the story dont know what OP thinks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IPStrada LLC View Post
    not sure on this one, but we do have customer popping up and asking dedicated servers with specific ip range. From what i have understood that they think that xyz ip range has best connectivity or lowest latency. This is just my side of the story dont know what OP thinks.

    I just have to say LOL!

    yeah I own ip range 1.2.3.x so I have the bet connectivity in the world?

    well they might want a server close to their physical location, I don't know.

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    The paranoid types might even have to consider the possibility that they buyer is trying to get a host within a block of known open IPs through an important firewall, or perhaps they want on the same block as another customer of the ISP in hopes that their rules are open wide enough to allow them to penetrate protection. Some firewall admins open to their whole class C as a convenience rather than explicitly allowing specific IP addresses which are all under their control.

    Not saying it's likely, but these two additional scenerios did pop into my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ObjectZone View Post
    The paranoid types might even have to consider the possibility that they buyer is trying to get a host within a block of known open IPs through an important firewall, or perhaps they want on the same block as another customer of the ISP in hopes that their rules are open wide enough to allow them to penetrate protection. Some firewall admins open to their whole class C as a convenience rather than explicitly allowing specific IP addresses which are all under their control.

    Not saying it's likely, but these two additional scenerios did pop into my head.

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    I never had that in my mind but makes more sense

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    Quote Originally Posted by ObjectZone View Post
    The paranoid types might even have to consider the possibility that they buyer is trying to get a host within a block of known open IPs through an important firewall, or perhaps they want on the same block as another customer of the ISP in hopes that their rules are open wide enough to allow them to penetrate protection. Some firewall admins open to their whole class C as a convenience rather than explicitly allowing specific IP addresses which are all under their control.

    Not saying it's likely, but these two additional scenerios did pop into my head.

    --Chris
    Wow, I would of never of thought of that.

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    that is very good explain !

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