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Facebook and IP's

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by otto14, Jan 16, 2010.

  1. otto14

    otto14 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I recently bought 50 phone verified Facebook accounts and I am almost ready to start adding friends. I will be using livelybrowser's FB friend adder. The only problem that I have is with the IP's. How many accounts should I use on the same IP? 2,5,10? I remember seeing a poll thread here but I can't find it.

    Anyway, I would also like to ask what's the best way to do it. Use free IP's? Private proxies? Packetflip?

    Proxies are really not my area and I would appreciate a little help here.

    Thanks a lot :)
     
  2. stang1101

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    There's really no rule about IP and FB. I would play it safe though and try changing ips every 3. BTW, how much did the 50 run you?
     
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    I dont think IP matters with facebook I made 10 verified accounts with the same ip and use them to add people daily. No problem till now exept for one which I sent 200k friend requests for fun lol. But I usually just ipconfig/ renew my ip every 10 or so.
     
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    $35 :)

    I think I will buy a few shared proxies and use 1 for every 5 accounts just to be safe.

    Any other opinions??
     
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    Don't buy proxybonanza IP's if you gonna use them with FB. Most of them are banned from FB.
     
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    I dont see a real issue with IP, because if you take into perspective a university. This uses the same IP address throughout and possibly 1000 students have facebook and regularly access it, therefore they chances of them banning your accounts for using the same IP is slimmer.
     
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    Yeah, I know but the reason that I worry so much is because I use FB to boost an offline business and I can't afford loosing FB accounts because it will actually affect the offline business that's very important.
     
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    Yes i agree, seeing as its important in that respect i would change after 10 accounts.
     
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    And an internet cafe, or a house with multiple computers, or a bloody McDonald's which provides free wi-fi access now. And that's ignoring the fact that a great majority of users with internet in their home have dynamic IP addresses they share with a pool of other users and businesses.

    Sorry buddy, but Facebook doesn't seem to really mind (at least this point and time) about what you do on the same IP in terms of using different accounts.

    Well, at least that's my experience with about 50 manually created accounts on the same IP with very apparent footprints.
     
  10. gjockey

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    I tend to agree but then again... if you log in from one IP location for a while (It can be multiple IPs from a dynamic IP account but from 1 general IP location) then switch to a totally different IP location, you will normally get a Facebook challenge (state Birthday). And in general will keep getting this challenge for a while.

    So it's not like Facebook doesn't keep track of IPs... they do.