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NEED TIP: where to rent c-class IPs for cheap?

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by Doc_Doxey, Nov 9, 2010.

  1. Doc_Doxey

    Doc_Doxey Newbie

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    Hello, I'm interested in renting c-class IPs. From what I understand you can approach hosting companies, but since there are quite a few of them out there I was wondering if anyone would care to share their sources for cheap c-class IPs?

    Thanks very much,
    Doc
     
  2. Lancez

    Lancez Regular Member

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    The cheapest way is buy hosting from different company.
     
  3. Doc_Doxey

    Doc_Doxey Newbie

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    Not a bad idea, although it is a bit of a hassle to manage that many accounts. I'd still like to hear from anyone who knows where to rent IPs for cheap.

    -Doc
     
  4. Dellius

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    VPSLAND allow you to get up to 5 IP's per month but I don't know much more.

    Do they rotate them every month, are you stuck forever with them, can you order more by contacting sales, I don't know the answer to these.

    I am interested in a dedi server or VPS for xRumer posting and I am also looking for a host which can provide me with at least 10 or even more IP's, which will change every month automatically so I can do direct posting and not bother with shitty proxies.
     
  5. TurkeySub

    TurkeySub Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Getting a whole class C from any company is going to require work and most likely a few hundred dollars...the biggest issue will be you providing adequate reason to have that many IPs.

    arin and ripe require in depth info before they allow hosts to assign that many to any given host machine.

    For cheapest, I would guess FDC will be your best bet - they provide allot of IPs for free and additional arnt too bad.
     
  6. saxgod

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    I bought a C-class from ripe a while back and it runs at €500. I also got my own BGP AS number because I used use multiple upstreamproviders (this is all in a datacenter). You need to find legitemate reasons to request a C class though. I used the excuse that I do a lot of SSL (https) hosting and https vhosts all need their own dedicated IP. I don't use these Ip's for blackhat though.

    Beware that it is very easy to find out who a C-class belongs to, but you can fake that data if you go through a small ripe registrar. Also beware that an entire C-class can be banned very soon by 1 rule in a firewall, so its better to spread Ip's and get a lot of different IP's in very different C-classes. The best way is still to get a hosting account. Or get a shell account (normally used for irc bots etc) and run a private socks proxy on it. Change the outgoing vhost (ip) from time to time.
     
  7. apalalas

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    i know to get a bulletproof with class c for 3k $ a month if anyone is intrested
     
  8. Dellius

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    I am interested if it's possible to buy IPV6 addresses in bulk and use them instead of IPV4 since IPV6 addresses are abundant and much cheaper.

    How doable is it ? Anyone tried it ?
     
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  9. sirkarma

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    Hey Ultimate, thanks for the tip. One question though: I've seen that Ubiquity's IPs have been banned on many websites, do you know which ones still work with them? Thanks.
     
  10. mmichael

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    That's the problem with ubiquity. They are banned from Facebook. Anyone know of any alternatives providers?
     
  11. lclynnch185

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    Does anyone know if there banned from CL
     
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    Hello,
    I am interested if it's possible to buy IPV6 addresses in bulk and use them instead of IPV4 since IPV6 addresses are abundant and much cheaper.

    Its better to spread Ip's and get a lot of different IP's in very different C-classes. The best way is still to get a hosting account.
     
  14. mazgalici

    mazgalici Supreme Member

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    Ubiquity doesn't allow proxies -> http://www.ubiquityservers.com/tos.php

    "Using any method to change, mask, hide, or otherwise obscure the source of any IP packet, including but not limited to the use of "spoofing" techniques, open relays or proxies, or the use of any inaccurate or unauthorized innformation or domain name, including TLD, in a PTR or other reverse DNS record that provides for IP to name resolution, including records hosted on Nobis Technology Group, LLC DNS servers or any other server to which IP to name resolution authority is delegated or otherwise assigned."