Cheapest way to get unique Ips for every domain?

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by Spanic, Apr 11, 2010.

  1. Spanic

    Spanic Junior Member

    Jun 21, 2009
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    Montreal, CA
    Are there any webhosts that allow you to host your domains on different ips without having to create a new account?
  2. BullsEye

    BullsEye Registered Member

    Apr 5, 2010
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    If you're wanting dedicated IPs, then you should go with a small VPS. You can find some pretty cheap deals that will run you about $3-$5 per month, plus $.50-$1.00 for each extra IP.
  3. billrolls

    billrolls BANNED BANNED

    Jan 3, 2009
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    try page1hosting. com ... i have a few ones with them
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  4. Comenius

    Comenius Junior Member

    Feb 13, 2009
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    Host9 offers multiple IP's with their reseller account.
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  5. unmark

    unmark Junior Member

    Jul 8, 2008
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    I second the prev post.
    Out of all options I know of - H9 would be the cheapest. However, few years ago [as far as I know] you could select from 12 different locations, now from 7 and looks like they might change it to 5.
    But, the good part - any additional IP is only 1 buck per month. By the way - H9 is pretty good; I had few sites with them before and never had any probs.
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  6. dw_n_cinti

    dw_n_cinti Regular Member

    Dec 23, 2009
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    Thanks BullsEye,

    I am still confused about VPS hosting. Perhaps, can someone please give me a better understanding.
    • What is the difference between shared (or reseller) and VPS hosting? (please see below) and
    • How is it that you can have more than one IP on the same server?
    • And regarding those several new IPs that people are getting on one server, are they all different Class C IPs for SEO purposes?

    I am trying to understand VPS Hosting a little better. As I understand it, VPS is Virtual Private Server, meaning a server with multiple customers. This indicates to me that it is basically shared hosting. Only with VPS, it can be managed or unmanaged, with cpanel or without cpanel. I am not quite sure what the benefits are.

    With many shared hosting accounts you can get unlimited everything; which we all know is deceptive depending on TOS. And with VPS, though they may say xxx mb of hard disk space and xxxx mb of Bandwidth; however, there is a trend to oversell the servers. It seems to be that the two are very similar -- both of them can crash from overselling.

    Of course with the cost of servers and adequate persennel, I understand the need for overselling and the risk with so few accounts meeting their limits.

    And my understanding as to Reseller hosting is:
    Obviously reseller is shared hosting on one server similar to shared hosting above and VPs above --- all on one server. The difference being that with reseller accounts, you get separate cpanels and also WHMS management meant to be able to bill customers that you are reselling to.

    A big problem is that with each of the three above when the server goes down, all accounts go down. Which makes cloud or cluster servers attractive.

    Ok, is my understanding of the various hosting options correct?

    Thanks for your help and understanding?

  7. webblackart

    webblackart Registered Member

    May 13, 2009
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    on a vps you only share the hardware oft the server but not the software like you would on a shared hosting plan.
    your vps has its own os and a virtual network card and so its own ip.
    think of ips as something like housenumbers in real world. there is no problem to give one house more then one housenumber, there would only be a problem if you try to use one number for two houses.
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