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C Class IP or D Class IP for SEO

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Garyd, Oct 18, 2009.

  1. Garyd

    Garyd Newbie

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    I have found a hosting plan that is offering competitive prices for different IPs. Yet they mention that they are D Class IP addresses.

    Can anybody explain if this would be a good deal (since I don't know the difference between C Class and D Class IPs?)

    Thank you...

    ps: I am aware of the different rDNS requirements for SEO along with different IPs. I just don't know if different D Class or C Class IPs will make any difference as far as the SEO goes.
     
  2. 20years

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    A little better than having everything on the same IP , but as far as SEO goes i'd never use sites on the same D class for SEO , if I was interlinking.
     
  3. catchme

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    A.B.C.D - 127.0.0.1

    You need different C class IPs for SEO
     
  4. breakfree

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    Yeah, apparently Google goes by C class and groups all D ones. Typically a webmaster could have different interlinking sites on the same group of Ds, while it would be more difficult and expensive to have more Cs.
     
  5. Theodore

    Theodore Power Member

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    From a networks technician's point of view i would say stick to a class C group, you don't have any use for D or E groups unless you're a technical user and have a good reason too.

    D is used basically for like development and research purposes. Also can be used for multicasting

    E is just basically used for development and research purposes.
     
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  6. krish22

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    what is the significace of different nameservers for different ips??
     
  7. ladansenoire

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    Can anyone recommend any hosts that sell c-class IP's I found these two:

    • http://www.seohosting.com/hosting-plans.php
    • http://www.seo-host.com/seo-hosting-packages
    They seem a bit pricy, and I think are both "host gator"

    It seems like most hosting companies say we sell "dedicated IP's" but that generally does mean these are c-class dedicated IP's.

    Here is the way it works:
    What is a C Class?


    To understand Multiple C Class IP Hosting, you must first understand the basics of Multiple C Class IP Hosting. The basics of Multiple C Class IP Hosting is understanding what an IP C Class is. An IP (Internet Protocol) consists of 4 parts: Class A, B, C, D

    For example here is what an IP address looks like: 74.86.246.210, the IP address is divided into 4 parts by ".".

    Class A:74

    Class B:86

    Class C:246

    Class D:210

    So you would want class C differentiation rather than D, because it is more significant. I have not yet done this in practice, but am in the process of setting things up so. That is why I am looking for the most affordable solution.

    Please forward with any companies you know of other than godaddy (bane of my existence) or hostgator (who's info is above).

    Thanks!
     
  8. jazzc

    jazzc Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Dude a D "class" means 1 ip :)

    A.B.C.* <- C class = 255 available ips
     
  9. TheInsider

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    I know a guy who can set you up with a dedicated box for around $300 a month with 11 ips. I know he can give you ips in different C classes. Not sure if they have 11 different ones, but I know I've had them personally in 5 different C classes. PM me if you are interested.
     
  10. Garyd

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    Talk to these guys:
    http://www.mydosty.com/Compare-Plans.php
    http://www.hostrocket.com/resellerwebhosting.html
    and ask them you to give you a price for any of these deals:
    http://www.seo-host.com/seo-hosting-packages
    tell them you are trying to accomplish what's shown in this page:
    http://www.seo-host.com/seo-services-webhosting
    both of them are competitive...

    GD

    ps: no, I don't sell for any of them - neither am I their affiliate. I found these two companies among many of them that I was talking to when I was looking for a hosting company for linkwheel (I am not using them at all because I changed my strategy.)
     
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  11. len2503

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    Ideally - Yes 'C' classes would be the way to go ......but ..

    Realise that the total number of available IP addresses is NOT unlimited.

    There's got to be a way round this then buying different class c's for every thing we do.

    len2503
     
  12. kobra

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    PM me for 15 (yes, fifteen) unique "C" class IP addresses for $110 per year. You also get 3 free domain names. Each "C" class can have unlimited domains! You have the option to choose US or UK datacenter!

    Disclaimer: I'm an affiliate for this company and will earn $50 commission. The only downside is you get "Plesk" control panel which is not as easy as "CPanel"

    Just PM me for info. :)
     
  13. Leads Provider

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    Had no idea about this C CLASS D CLASS :-s , but i am able to understand something and getting it noted in my diary for a PLAN