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Point ips to domains

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  1. joewilliam51

    joewilliam51 Regular Member

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    I bout a vps land account, got windows vps hosting. I have two domains and I bought additional ips. How do I point these ips, to change the ips of the two domains frequently as I would like to use this for craigslist posting.

    Can anyone help me please, vps land's documentation sucks!!!!!:)
     
  2. justone

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    I can not make sense out of your question, try explain better what you want to do.
     
  3. joewilliam51

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    Ok, well how about I tell you my situation and hopefully that will help. Sorry for the confusion.

    I got a windows vps account from vpsland.com and I have two subdomains hosted with them.

    Now I bought additional ips from them, and I wanted to use these new ips. I am trying to figure out, how I can use these ips ??

    I dont know if that was good enough, please let me know what additional information I should be including.
     
  4. joewilliam51

    joewilliam51 Regular Member

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    They have given me static ip addresses, I dont think that really makes a difference.....
     
  5. joewilliam51

    joewilliam51 Regular Member

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    I am trying to use the vps asa a proxy, How do I do this ?
     
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    u have to change DNS on domains contaol panel

    u have 2 ways :
    1) use everydns.com service
    2) run own dns on ur servers

    happy to help u :)
     
  7. justone

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    I don't think this will help him ;)

    Joe:
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    you need to assign the IPs to your VPS, in windows through the network tcp/ip advanced options


    important: this does not have anything to do with DNS or domains.
    If you want reverse DNS on your IPs you need to contact the VPS provider and ask if it is possible.

    2. Now you can install proxy software, as example privoxy, polipo or 3proxy
    Make sure you configure the software so it only accepts you as client (IP based or authentication based). If you run them without authentication you might get a very high traffic bill + account termination.

    Configure the proxy server to use the IP you want as external IP, just read through the configuration manual for the right option
     
  8. Razorbl

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    just go to network place properties,click properties on network connection,click properties on tcp/ip and add your additional ip there it says :Ip address
     
  9. joewilliam51

    joewilliam51 Regular Member

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    and then I can just ssh into my vps ??
     
  10. joewilliam51

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    Well I guess I wouldnt really need ssh
     
  11. llamalam

    llamalam Newbie

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    Not really sure exactly what you're trying to accomplish but you would probably need to do something with the DNS settings and just point them where you choose...
     
  12. justone

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    I gave you the easiest solutions already
     
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    Reverse DNS. Are you on a Windows or Linux VPS?
     
  14. joewilliam51

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    @juststone Thanks alot man, yvery good post

    One more question, I am thinking of getting a shell account because it might be cheaper than VPS or just buying some proxy lists.

    I am looking for cheaper alternatives.

    Are there really alot of fast elite proxies out there for a good price ?
     
  15. Razorbl

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    I suggest you to stick to VPN , they arent so expensive and way more useful