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Ready to move my blogs to a dedicated server

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by dizen, Apr 27, 2010.

  1. dizen

    dizen Regular Member

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    I am ready to move my blogs (all with unique ips) to a dedicated server, however there is one thing that bother my mind.

    Would google staff know the rest of my blogs if they perform a whois on one of my blogs?. I don't want my whole blogs get deindexed ...

    Thanks
     
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  2. welshman

    welshman Power Member

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    I would suggest putting each blog on a different IP.
     
  3. dizen

    dizen Regular Member

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    They are already on different IPs.
     
  4. welshman

    welshman Power Member

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    I meant when you move them to a dedicated server.
     
  5. dizen

    dizen Regular Member

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    If they all have different unique ips then it is safe even if they are on a same server, correct?
     
  6. welshman

    welshman Power Member

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    yeah. Make sure they all have different IP's and request RDNS for each of them. Also, whois info different or whoisguard on them.
     
  7. dizen

    dizen Regular Member

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    whois guard ? you mean private registration? Thanks
     
  8. dizen

    dizen Regular Member

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    stupid question . Is it necessary for me to create custom name server for each of my auto blogs? I just want to be careful :)
     
  9. NoSuchAgency

    NoSuchAgency Junior Member

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    I just let the registrar handle the DNS. Common practice, so no worries there about getting all your stuff linked.

    No need to use a million different nameservers.