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Looking for 1 hosting package with many IPs?

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by menly, Jan 1, 2009.

  1. menly

    menly Registered Member

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    Can anybody help, I'm after one hosting package but I want access to about 20 or so IPs on it. What would be the best way to do this and at what company? I was thinking I may need a reseller or vps?

    Any help would be much appreciated.
    Thanks
     
  2. CyberDilemma

    CyberDilemma Regular Member

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    The question is do you need separate C Class ip's for link juice? If yes, you might try SEOhosting owned by hostgator. If you just need different ip's so your sites cannot all be associated with a reverse ip lookup, then hostexcellence looks like a cheap option. I just talked to hostgator about the same thing with a reseller account and they said each group of 5 accounts set up under their reseller accounts will share the same ip unless you buy private ip's at $2 a pop monthly. So the way I understand it as hostgator explained it to me is you can set up 5 or more domains with 5 accounts under your reseller account, then the next group of 5 accounts will have a separate ip (not separate C Class necessarily). If someone else can shed additional light on this, it would be appreciated, because I am looking for the same solution as the OP.
     
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  3. beyondrecruiters

    beyondrecruiters Junior Member

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    Stay away from SEOproxies, SEOhosting..etc

    Scam company, ive been burned by them.
     
  4. hayama

    hayama Registered Member

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    I was looking for some cheap class-c's for my future projects. I collected this list from a couple threads before. Check out:
    hostscan
    liquidweb
    rackforce
    resellerzoom
    webhostingbuzz

    I forget the feedback on them, so anyone feel free to comment if any are not reliable.
     
  5. reseller mike

    reseller mike Newbie

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    Hi,

    I would go with a VPS server as you will need a few more then just 2 IPS... You can find a vps for as low as $15 per month. thats with no control panel.

    Best of luck with your search,
    Mike.
     
  6. CyberDilemma

    CyberDilemma Regular Member

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    Dude, SEOhosting is owned by Hostgator. So how exactly were you scammed by them?
     
  7. alfardo

    alfardo Registered Member

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    I'd like beyondrecruiters to explain how exactly he was scammed. SEOhosting as previously stated is a Hostgator company and well respected. It might not be the best option or cheapest for what you want but as for getting scammed, come on......
     
  8. CyberDilemma

    CyberDilemma Regular Member

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    Isn 't rackforce a big-titted, crime-fighting, super hero?.....and isn't her arch nemesis, liquidweb?.....I don't know, maybe I've been reading too many porno comic books. j/k

    btw - please forgive me fellow & fellowette black hatters for my self-indulging humor....I just got home and I'm drunk. I promise, I'll be all better tomorrow.
     
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