Question on Dedicated IPs

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  1. sidddd

    sidddd Power Member

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    I have a VPS with 2 free dedicated IPs. I see that first IP is

    - 68.122.18.321

    And second is:

    - 68.122.19.321

    Only one digit has changed!

    Now, if I buy few more IPs, will they have this similar pattern? What I mean is will the next IP be 68.122.20.321... then 68.122.21.321 and so on?

    Will that create a footprint if I am going to host my own PBN on this server? Or that's how dedicated IPs are usually assigned?

    I have this hosting for over 5 years now. Always neglected it until now. It'd be nice to know if I can host all the PBN at one place, without having to register and pay for new hosting companies.
     
  2. manking

    manking Regular Member

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    If you buy in bulk, then in most cases yes, I hope these aren't real IPs by the way, if they are remove them immediately before someone tries to hack your vps
     
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  3. davids355

    davids355 Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Probably will be same or similar. Won't be a footprint on its own, but if there's any other footprints then I guess google will add two and two together.
     
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  4. sidddd

    sidddd Power Member

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    Thanks a lot! They are just examples.

    Nameservers can be a footprint, I guess? I hope not. Lemme research more.

    Appreciate your replies!