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another "hosting for PBN" thread

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nonai, Mar 31, 2014.

  1. nonai

    nonai Power Member

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    Hello

    I did search previous posts but none of them addressed my question.

    I have read here you need to make sure the ip addresses are different class B and class C addresses (whatever that means)

    so let's say am I considering 10 hosts to host with.
    bluehost
    abc host
    xyz host
    whatever host

    how can I know these hosts offer different class B and C ip addresses? what if the ip for bluehost and xyz host is the same? How can I make sure it's not?
     
  2. madinina

    madinina Power Member Premium Member

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    just make sure they have their own server and that xyz is not reseller of abc

    i think that's enough but i'm no specialist
     
  3. poetry1969

    poetry1969 Junior Member

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    Endurance International Group (EIG) owns a huge market share of hosting providers. Many known brands today have been acquired by EIG, and are simply resellers of their services (You noted Bluehost and they are an EIG company). If you are concerned about making sure companies are separate from each other, you will want to ask them and make sure you don't get two EIG companies because they will probably share a central router. EIG does most of the advertising now days. Look for companies that have been around for a long time, more than 10 years, and then ask them plainly if they are in the EIG chain. That's the best way to know. Many small resellers and colos, as well as privately branded hosts using fully managed servers don't even know they are reselling EIG. It's quite convoluted in the market at the moment. Good Luck.
     
  4. souleclipse

    souleclipse Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    high chance they don't. I bought 10 different hosting without thinking of this problem.
    I think the problem you should be facing is when the host will just shut down. lol
     
  5. gonglu

    gonglu Newbie

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    Its really simple buddy, xxx(Aclass).xxx(Bclass).xxx(Cclass).xxx
    The Cclass contain only 256IP Addresses, like IP number 101.101.101.101 and 101.101.102.101 are from different Cclass, So theres one in a thousand chance u can meet 2 hosts which have allocation from same C class.
     
  6. allaboutdomains

    allaboutdomains Junior Member

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