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Can Someone Tell Me What Are "C-Class" Proxies?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by imupnow, Jan 12, 2013.

  1. imupnow

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    Ok So I Have Did Some Research And Found Out class C mean "all IPs from same /24 subnet" - Can Someone Go Into Further Detail About This?
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    What Are C-Class Proxies Good For? ...Bots? And Whats a Good Proxy Bandwidth To Get For Tasks Like Posting Comments, Liking/Rating And Etc When Using With A Bot Because I have Shared Private Proxies With 2gb Bandwidth and 10 different C Classes But when i Use The Proxies with my bot it takes more then a day Just to post 35 comments to a website. Would Anyone Know The Cause Of This?

    I Use Proxy Bonaza For My Proxies If That Helps in anyway.
     
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    different proxies, the only difference is the "c class" or the last few numbers, higher probability that whoever uses them are somewhat related

    78.4.05.22
    79.4.05.22
    different "A Class" or the first few numbers are different, which probably means that whoever is using those proxies are not related

    i only answered because nobody else has, I'm not really sure that what i told you is accurate. that is the general idea tho
     
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    Thanks Pilfer7 And I Understand it Now But Why Would Someone Need C class And Why Do Someone Need A Class? Likes Whats The Benefits From Both Of Them?
     
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    if you are liking/rating the same thing over and over from the same ip, it looks like it's the same person just trying to pump the count up

    doing the same thing from different c class ip's is better because it makes it look like the likes are coming from different sources.

    behind the scenes, admins often look at, or have filters set to detect if a lot of votes are coming from the same ip - if they are, it looks fake.

    different a class ip's appears "obviously" from different sources, on the surface anyway.

    if your got phone calls from
    602-278-5567 and then
    602-278-5568
    you would think that whoever called from them numbers is the same person or at least related because only the last number is different, versus
    519-278-5567
    602-454-2212
    they are totally different and dont seem related. different a class ips usually don't have similar ending number (aka c lass) but different c lass. aww hell I'm confused my self now

    as i said, i'm not an expert on any of this, perhaps someone who is will chime in.

    GOOD LUCK BRO-HAM, the answer is out there somewhere
     
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    All of ip is : aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd => C-Class=ccc numbers
    Google will check IP from backlinks source. If lot of them have same C-class ip they will harm your sites ranking
    Beware of this when going to building your backlinks and outsources services
     
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    google wont check ip from backlink sources, they dont have acess to that info as far as i know
     
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    192.168.1.1 & 192.168.2.1 are examples of the class C IP. Search engines usually checks the IP's to avoid spamming or spamdexing. Class C is better than using class D(range from 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.254 and a total of 255 IP's) because the range of IP's are 2^21which is equal to a total of 2097152 IP's. Class B and Class A are even more wider to tell search engines that the networks are located in different geographical locations and hence tracking the activity(like spamming/botting) will be less.
     
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    Google determines IP address of backlinks sources to avoid spamdexing. That's the reason there are SEO hosting(different Class C IPs) to minimize the footprints.

     
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    Holy shit, the amount of misinformation and incorrect information in this thread is appalling. Especially considering when this question can be easily answered.

    Go to wikipedia...

    Class Leading bits in address (binary) Range of first octet (decimal) Network ID format Host ID format Number of networks Number of addresses per network
    A 0 0?127 a b.c.d 2[SUP]7[/SUP] = 128 2[SUP]24[/SUP] = 16777216
    B 10 128?191 a.b c.d 2[SUP]14[/SUP] = 16384 2[SUP]16[/SUP] = 65536
    C 110 192?223 a.b.c d 2[SUP]21[/SUP] = 2097152 2[SUP]8[/SUP] = 256

    EDIT(to explain what should not need explaining): If the first decimal in the IP is under 127, it's Class A. 128-191 is Class B. 192-223 is Class C.

    Do you understand how foolish you appear when you try to make a sophisticated answer to a question that is only asking what a RANGE OF NUMBERS MEAN.

    This is not DigitalPoint. Find the answers and do your best, but do not diminish post quality.
     
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    The theory goes like this. You need backlinks. The more backlinks you get, the better. Someone wants say 100 backlinks to their website, and they think they'll create 100 websites to provide those backlinks.

    However, they stick those 100 websites on their own server. Google goes "ah hah! you're just linking to yourself, bzzzzt penalty."

    Or, they stick those on the same d-class (sequential) IPs, like 54.54.54.1, 54.54.54.2, 54.54.54.3, etc.

    Google goes "ah hah! all these IPs are from the same class-d. obviously you're linking to yourself, bzzzzt penalty."

    Then they go, ok I'll order some class-c's. Google goes "hmmm, these are class c's. I'm not sure if this is one guy linking to himself, I'll give them the benefit of the doubt."

    That's the theory anyways. I wouldn't recommend creating websites to link to your main though so its all moot, don't worry about class-c IPs.
     
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    Thanks Phpbuilt I Get It Now Thanks For Explaining it Noober Friendly So In Conclusion C-Class Is The Way To Go. And Do Anyone Know About The Bandwidth Situation? I Know The Higher Bandwidth The Better The Speed But With My Purpose Of Using The Proxies Is 2gb Enough Or Should I Go With More Because Of Right Now Its Taking Me A Day Just To Post 35 Comments Which is Crazy!! Do You Guys Think Is My Bot Thats The Problem Or Since The Proxies Are Shared ..Its Used By Others Which Is Taking Up Most Of The Bandwidth?
     
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    why do you guys keep talking about google? google has no access to the ip of someone who is rating or liking unless it is on one of their properties (youtube, blogger etc)
     
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    lol, thanks for the chart, that definitely explains it to a newbie

    that answer looks pretty sophisticated to me
     
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    No, you didn't read the last line of my reply. "I wouldn't recommend creating websites to link to your main though so its all moot, don't worry about class-c IPs."

    Ok everyone, here is why you shouldn't construct your own class-c IP hosted blog network.

    When you put up links to your main site, such as a free web2.0 or a blog that you create yourself and host ... in-and-of-itself that free blog/paid blog isn't going to do much for you. You need to build up that website with backlinks/content for it to pass along any benefit to your main website.

    What is the effect of putting up 1000 blogs, using seohosting.com on their 125 unique class-c hosting, and pointing them to your main domain? The results you get, from my experience, are worse than if you had put up 1000 free hosted blogs.

    The issue is that a brand spanking new website starts with zero authority and has a LONGASS way to go before Google considers it to be awesome. On the other hand, free blog websites start with much more authority. You can tell this when you're blasting your tier1 and your free blogs rank better than your main website.

    Free blogs are simply better.

    #1, they're free
    #2, they start with more authority
    #3, they're free
    #4, they're ALREADY on different class-c IP's (in fact, different class-A IPs)
    #5, they're free
    #6, they're going to rank better than your fresh purchased domains
    #7, oh yeah they're free

    The ONLY way you're going to make your freshly purchased domains awesome is if you get them great authority ... highest quality backlinks, high PR backlinks. You're better off doing that to your money site, not on your T1's.

    So forget about SEO hosting, unless you're doing something like buying up expired domains with tons of PR, but even then you can just throw them all on the same hosting because of their diverse backlink portfolios they don't throw red flags.
     
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    BTW, everyone else in this thread spouting off all the class-c info ... I hope for your own sakes that you're just trolling. Because this is a SEO forum, you know? You know what SEO is? Ok. Good.

    Class-C IP's have an application in regards to a little something called "SEO". All of your comments have absolutely nothing to do with the SEO application of Class-C IPs. Because, you know, this IS an SEO forum, right?

    IMHO your post is about the most diminished quality post in this thread. Copy/paste raw IP definition jargon and calling everyone else foolish just makes you look like an idiot in my book. Unless you're just trolling, in which case ... *golf clap for you*
     
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    this is getting good

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    A class proxies will give you a more diverse/unique mix of proxies. An A class is the first three digits. While proxies in the same C class only have the last three digits different, which will give non-sequential list.