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PBN IP address issues

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by spappa, Oct 23, 2015.

  1. spappa

    spappa Regular Member

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    Just got a few questions regarding PBN IP addresses and trying to keep PBN's as safe as possible.

    1) For those that have heaps of PBN sites, say 50 plus how do you get different IP addresses for each site? To what extreme do you go? Do you have 50 different hosts?

    2) If the IP addresses are completely different for two PBN's BUT is still hosted by the same company, is that bad?
    i.e. pbnsite1.com hosted with godaddy has an IP of 123.xxx.... pbnsite2.com hosted with godaddy has an IP of 789.xxx....

    3) If you have two PBN sites hosted by two completely different companies but the first 3 numbers of the IP address are the same, does that matter?
    i.e. pbnsite1.com hosted with godaddy has an IP of 123.xxx.... pbnsite2.com hosted with hostgator has an IP of 123.xxx....
     
  2. asap1

    asap1 BANNED BANNED

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    1. One host might give you 10 ips. You dont need 50 different host for 50 site. The more host you use the better tho.

    2. No, that is fine, just make sure you mix it up. Hosting everything on one host can be a footprint.

    3. No

    Don't forget about nameservers, they should also be unique for every site.
     
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  3. Bionaire

    Bionaire Junior Member

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    Think of an IP like this: A.B.C.D (111.222.333.444)

    1. If you use ~50 different hosts for example, you would want a mix of a few A class IPs at the very least. But it's not uncommon to get the same B & C class IPs.

    2. For two PBNs, that's fine.

    3. That doesn't matter at all.
     
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  4. accelerator_dd

    accelerator_dd Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    1. Sometimes, but even if not 50 hosts, you always have a lot of different hosting accounts in play (if you want to stay safe)

    2. As long as you have other hostings mixed in as well (i.e. not 50 sites hosted on godaddy), you can get away with exceptions like that

    3. First few numbers dont really matter that much. You want to avoid the CCC from AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD being the same.
     
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