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Google and Class C IP Block Bans?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by sire243, May 23, 2014.

  1. sire243

    sire243 Regular Member

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    I want to scrape Google using a block of c class ips. (192.168.1.XXX)

    Will Google block all ips in the block if one were do raise a red flag? Or will the other Ips be affected if Google blocked one IP in the block?

    Thanks.
     
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  2. proxygo

    proxygo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    personally just an opinion - i wouldnt
    if all thats changing is the end digit you run a high risk.
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  3. sire243

    sire243 Regular Member

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    @Proxy

    Do you now any other service that offers different ips on different blocks for a low price?

    I'm looking for ips for my a custom script, and speed is an important variable, so I would rather not have to share the proxies with others.
     
  4. SPPChristian

    SPPChristian Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    you should try proxygo proxies for scrapebox
    If you want to use the same proxies for a long time you should use dedicated proxies, but you will have to configure your scripts to simulate real google searches, low threads with delays between searches, otherwise you will get your proxies temp banned by google immediately.
    For different prefixes proxies, discounts, reviews, check my signature
     
  5. innozemec

    innozemec Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    for sure you will get your whole ip network blocked easily. As already adviced for intensive scraping it is better to use public google passed proxies and not private ones
     
  6. nullfo

    nullfo BANNED BANNED

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    Don't know why everyone is so happy about using different C class IP's,

    Use different A class, you'll get different subnets.

    Come on guys ~_~
     
  7. cyber.surfer

    cyber.surfer Regular Member

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    192.168.1.xx is a set of class C private ips not public. Google doesn't see these ip. What they log is public ip and not private ones. You can check your public ip by using services like whatismyip.com.
    When google starts seeing unusual traffic from an IP, then you start getting captchas and if the traffic does't stop ever after that than a never ending loop of captchas start redirecting to the same captcha page evertytime you enter captcha and thus you wont be able to use search feature anymore from that ip. And yes some time IP range for that particular network also gets affected.
    If you have dynamic IP the resetting modem and clearing cookies/cache helps. But if you have a static IP it can worsen your situation.
     
  8. playerb

    playerb Junior Member

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    if it's anything like yt, you might get a message about high volume of requests originating from your network..

    best to mix it up