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Hosting with multiple Cclass IP - DIY - help

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by seojumper, Aug 9, 2010.

  1. seojumper

    seojumper Regular Member

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    I would like to setup a network of selfhosted WP blogs. I want that blog would be hosted on separate C-class IPs, or at least on separeted IP on a couple of different C class IPs. I would like that all content and settings for blogs would be saved in one database for easier manipulating and backup.

    I live in the small country which has very limited number of hosting companies. And none offers SEO hosting. So i would like to setup this on my own. Why? because this saves me on administration work as payments, network outagase, backups etc.

    1. Option.
    Setup a VPS or dedi and setup whole network there. Is it possible to host different Cclass IPs on one server? I know it could be done, but how?

    2. Option
    Setup one main WP farm, each blog on subdomain for instance. The real domains are hosted at hosting companies and they call for the blog (not just content, whole bloge) to the main WP farm. Is this possible through some htaccess trick?
     
  2. Moonpeach

    Moonpeach Newbie

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    What you want is possible. Check out volumedrive[dot]cóm , They are uber cheap and there lowest VPS starts at $4.95 with $14.00 added for Cpanel license a month. You can easily buy some cclass IP's to get added on and you then tell each domain what ip to use.
     
  3. seojumper

    seojumper Regular Member

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    I forgot to mention, that I would like to have local IPs, not US or UK...
    but IPs from my country.

    So I need to know how rerouting is done?
     
  4. Moonpeach

    Moonpeach Newbie

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    Hmm, That may cost more then. Was going to suggest go check out some of your local hosting companies but as you said they dont do what you want. i would now suggest ask some hosting companys such as volumedrive and ask them if they do cclass IP's but from your country.
     
  5. mad.hat

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    I just wanted to know, why would this matter? Could you fill me in because I am not really sure of the benefits. Thanks.
     
  6. seojumper

    seojumper Regular Member

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    Why local IPs?

    I would use this blog network to link to my money sites. In google if you want to
    be high in local results, you also need links that are near you in geotargeting terms.
     
  7. qwidjib0

    qwidjib0 Newbie

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    I'd recommend looking into SWIP for ths. :)
     
  8. seojumper

    seojumper Regular Member

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    I ve read some documentation on SWIP.

    Do you think/know if SWIP changes the geotargeting component of IP information too?

    For instance US hosting providers assigns 4 IP to me, a Croatian company.
    Then through SWIP it changes information.
    Will because of this change Google and other SE consider this IP as Croatian ip?
     
  9. qwidjib0

    qwidjib0 Newbie

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    It should. If they're using the MaxMind GeoIP tool (which is what it seems like most use), it definitely will.

    SWIP won't remove the original provider's information from an advanced IP whois lookup, but it will append something that's supposed to be used instead as the real end-user. A lot of providers will actually SWIP their own IP's so that they show in the city that service is provided, rather than the company's headquarters (which is how ARIN does it by default).
     
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