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Best way to host multiple websites on Different IPs?

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by J0kerz, Dec 20, 2009.

  1. J0kerz

    J0kerz Supreme Member

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    Hey guys,

    I need to host different websites on IPs from all around the world. What would be the best way to do so?

    1. Use different webhost ($$$$$)
    2. Use one webhost that have mutliples servers around the world (is such webhost exist?)
    3. Host on my own dedicated server and use "Ip failover"
    4. ????


    What can I do?
     
  2. Steve|munich

    Steve|munich Newbie

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    interested in this as well - *bump*.
     
  3. triple3

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    I'd say get a dedicated server and then purchase as many IP's as you need..
     
  4. blackhataffiliate

    blackhataffiliate Senior Member

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    Just use different web hosts. For example, use HostGator, BlueHost, GoDaddy, etc and spread your sites between the hosts. If you need global IP's, just replace the above hosting companies with global companies.
     
  5. stack paper

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    Best host i've found for this is http://bit.ly/8HBKnA
    Single host offering multiple c-class IPs.

    Best hosting for SEO type stuff.
     
  6. DrJekyll

    DrJekyll Senior Member Premium Member

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    Seo-host.com is good as you can get different class c ip's
     
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  7. mickthehat

    mickthehat Newbie

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    Surely SEO Host is on Googles Radar and as such, probably not the best place to host a black hat SEM style site? Obviously this is an assumpiton, but if anyone can set the record straight, it would be appreciated:)
     
  8. wiredmom

    wiredmom Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Seo hosting won't work in this case as the IPs would be all US based.

    If you want worldwide IPs the only way to do it is as someone else said, to order hosting from global companies. Even large companies that have multiple presences in other countries probably won't have enough to be suitable for you. Most will have maybe 1 or 2 other country locations max.
     
  9. THUNDERELVI

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    What about Reseller Hosting? I think this is the best solution!
    If you purchase Reseller at Hostgator for e.x every time you create an account for yourself you get a new IP to that account(at HG you must pay $2/IP but that's cheap).
    What do you guys think about that?

    Also the best option is Dedicated Server with multiple C-Class IP-s(purchased of course). But that's expensive though...

    And different webhosts is too much expensive even if it's shared hosting!
     
  10. blackhataffiliate

    blackhataffiliate Senior Member

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    You still have multiple ip's from a us based companyl. Also you need some ip diversity and G knows that these ip's would all be from HostGator

    Unless several dedi's are purchased through different companies in different areas, the same issue arises, the ip's would all be from the same provider and from the same location.
     
  11. THUNDERELVI

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    I understand that the IP-s will still be from the same country(US if from HG), but what's the problem if all are from the same Provider?

    G. will know that, but I don't think he can link our sites which are in multiple IP-s can he??? Other than that, can you plz explain what other issues may arise? And what's IP Diversity? Sorry if these questions sound dumb...
     
  12. wiredmom

    wiredmom Executive VIP Premium Member

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    The OP specifically asked for worldwide IPs.
    Thats where you're getting confused. Not SEO IPs / different IPs per domain, but specifically different other places in the WORLD IPs for his sites.
     
  13. selvamurali

    selvamurali Newbie

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    what ABT CA... it will help you .but its Costly. Google and microsoft more companies use this CA ONLY
     
  14. bcc2342

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    Get a dedicated server (or a VPS if you want to save money) with a good, reliable host.

    Then get a bunch of $5/mo hosts from a bunch of different companies. The only thing you need is some server-side support, like asp or php. Almost all of the hosts support it.
    Install a server side reverse proxy (php or asp based) on those hosts and route it to your dedicated server. (or code one if you can, it's just a matter of 20-30 lines)

    So basically as a request comes in to one of those cheap hosts, it opens up a connection to your server and passes all info, reads the response and outputs it to the client.

    That way, you'll physically have all your stuff in one place while having appearance of hosts that aren't connected with each other in any way.

    Make sure each one of those $5 provide enough bandwidth for your needs and you are set.

    You'll be able to add new hosts as needed without having to change your database, application server and whatever else you have running on your main box.
     
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  15. jimmy3

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    guys, anymore suggestions, great solutions! bump!
     
  16. blackmagic_80

    blackmagic_80 Registered Member

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    Well i was at the same cross roads a month back and here is my rationale :

    If you go for either multiple IP's with HG or with different C class IP's , the intrinsic problem of big G finding out does not get solved as though different C Class IP's , that still is not as good as different A and B class IP's.

    Hence you can choose to do what i did, got 10 web hosting accounts with different hosts spread across the globe. It sure is more trouble with managing these accounts , but if you are really looking to play it safe, it cant get any safer.

    Btw, make sure you dont just host them differently, but also have different email,address/analytics/domain info setup for each of these classifications if you truly want things bulletproof. Goof up at any point and all your hard work could just be " Work without benefits".

    PS : I am assuming here ( might be wrong) that you are trying to prevent big G or anyone else from knowing they all belong to you. If i am wrong , ignore the post.
     
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  17. THUNDERELVI

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    hmm, I got it now. Yes, that confused me with C-Class IP-s for SEO purposes and totally forgot the OP was asking for worldwide ones.
    Thnx for making it clear for me!
     
  18. insider

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    With OVH shared hosting you can have IPs in ie/pt/uk/it/es/pl/cz/nl/fi/lt/fr/de , with just one account
     
  19. Hyperion

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    How many sites do you guys generally host per IP?