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question about ip addresses (noob)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wceo1, Oct 9, 2014.

  1. wceo1

    wceo1 Newbie

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    New to this forum, and I must say i'm finding it very useful indeed. I have a question concerning ip addresses:

    If your were to get your domain banned by google, would they be able to ban your ip address too?

    In other words when you register a domain or hosting account, are these in any way linked to your computer's ip address?
     
  2. BigMoneyyy

    BigMoneyyy Power Member

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    When you register a domain or a hosting account your IP adress is logged.

    Google is banning domains and not IP adresses.
     
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  3. Asif WILSON Khan

    Asif WILSON Khan Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Google only has access to your home IP address, when you interact with or use Google services or products.
    Your host or domain registrar will have your IP address logged but unless you are hosting or buying domains from Google then you shouldn't worry.
    Not sure I entirely understood your question, so you may need to expand a little.
     
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  4. deciphers

    deciphers BANNED BANNED

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    Those are two different stuffs.

    Google won't ban your ip ever.
     
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  5. rank bank

    rank bank Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Many of us using shared IP's(for cheap). If Google banned one, it will affect many peoples.
     
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  6. wceo1

    wceo1 Newbie

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    Ok understood, thanks guys
     
  7. hammeritharder

    hammeritharder Newbie

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    No it does not work like that. Your home ip address is not affected. Moreover your domain is not hosted on your home computer but on a different server.
     
  8. Triplescan

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    When you buy a domain the IP might be from anywhere in the world so not your home, it can also be a shared IP, between your domain and others' . If you use a unique IP address you can have SSL, that is sensitive data, otherwise this is not possible. So when someone searches the web for a specific site and this site has a shared IP, the site's address transforms in the IP, the information is sent back to the server and only there the particualr website searched is listed. So a shared IP containing several servers cannot be closed by google because one domain is faulty. You don't close the supermarket if one product has expired, right?