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Private SEO network question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by snekpeg, Oct 8, 2013.

  1. snekpeg

    snekpeg Junior Member

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    Hello,

    I've a private network which I'm using for SEO. I have unique IPs in different c-classes and now I want to create unique nameservers.

    But with .NL domains I have to use 2 unique IPs for each nameserver. For example:
    ns1.ip1
    ns2.ip2

    Is this bad for SEO when I do it like this:
    Domain1: ns1.ip1 - ns2.ip2
    Domain2: ns1.ip2 - ns2.ip3
    Domain3: ns1.ip3 - ns2.ip4
    Domain4: ns1.ip4 - ns2.ip5
    Domain5: ns1.ip5 - ns2.ip1

    Thanks!
     
  2. snekpeg

    snekpeg Junior Member

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    anyone an opinion or any experience please?
     
  3. Moosey

    Moosey Senior Member

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    edit: Nvm I'm a moron.
    You'll want to make sure all of your name servers are unique, so you leave absolutely no footprint.
     
  4. divok

    divok Senior Member

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    He is asking about the nameservers .
    If I am not wrong you can use domain name format also for the .nl tld's . like ns1.zxcvb.com etc .

    http://support.godaddy.com/help/article/5336/about-nl-domain-names#nameserver

    Regarding the seo pov , tough I am no expert in private networks but still I would use different nameservers or hosting companies.
     
  5. snekpeg

    snekpeg Junior Member

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    The nameservers will be unique like ns1.domain.nl ns2.domain.nl but the IP from the nameservers are not 100% unique. So is this a problem, does Google check the IP of the nameservers?
     
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    john1444 Elite Member

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    You want to leave no footprint and also enjoy the full benefit of the private network hosting your Netherlands site, then you got to be 100% unique.
     
  7. snekpeg

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    Thanks, that will be expensive: buying two unique IPs per domain.
     
  8. slim_dusty

    slim_dusty Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I think you will leave less of a footprint if you set up unique nameservers exactly as you listed in your post. If .NL domains require 2 unique IPs for ns1 and ns2, you have no choice but to set up the IPs as you listed. I don't have .NL domains so I haven't tried, but have you at least tried using the same IP for both ns1 and ns2 just to see if it works. If not, then just set up as you listed in your OP.

    At least your nameserver will have an a unique IP - if you don't have a unique nameserver, then all of your domains will have the same nameserver IP.