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VPS or RDP for Facebook?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by AceCanoe, Mar 8, 2016.

  1. AceCanoe

    AceCanoe Registered Member

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    Hi, I have a question for those who use a VPS or RDP for Facebook.

    I am finding it hard to find a great - decent quality VPS to use per Facebook. I researched about RDP's (Remote Desktop Protocol) and I know they're modified VPS out there but I want to buy a decent VPS (dedicated IP per Facebook)

    Can anyone leave any recommendations? I'd appreciate it a lot!
     
  2. gooty2

    gooty2 Registered Member

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    I've used some but they ended up being a terrible mess. Till today I'm still searching for a good one.
     
  3. AceCanoe

    AceCanoe Registered Member

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    Would anybody else know of any service that could provide quality VPS or RDP exclusively for Facebook? While I think nobody uses VPS/RDPs for Facebook anymore, I could probably try finding existing services via Google. I just wanted to see if there's anybody who can recommend a service that they have been using for a while.
     
  4. Galleta

    Galleta Regular Member

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    Why you dont just rent one dedicated IP (they sell it here as "proxy", I can recommend changemyip.com Sellersname Unr3al here on BHW. costs maximum 2$ for one) and use it locally?
    much more efficient and cheaper.

    Apart from that:
    A windows VPS always comes with RDP installed. I can recommend shape.host, they are here on BHW and their VPS are very good and affordable.
     
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  5. AceCanoe

    AceCanoe Registered Member

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    Thank you for a great answer! I will definitely try ordering a dedicated IP from Unr3al - changemyip. Despite the difficulty I had experienced for a long time of trying to get proxies to work are ridiculous because I've always had problems figuring out how to use them and "actually" be able to use a proxy with it's dedicated IP.

    Otherwise, I will try going for the second alternative you recommended. I never heard of shape host, however, I'll definitely try them too.
    I appreciate your help a lot, thank you again!
     
  6. islandman1010

    islandman1010 Elite Member

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    Sounds like you are a bit confused. If you have a Windows VPS then you can connect to it using RDP. It then runs just like a normal windows setup. You can do more or less whatever you want on there, as you would on a desktop PC. Your Windows VPS will have its own IP so you can if you want to just log in to FB from there. Or you can setup proxies in the browser on the VPS. If you use Firefox you can get a proxy add-on to make it easy to switch proxies and clean cookies etc very quickly. If you get some private proxies from Unr3al and maybe a basic VPS ( I use Greencloud Hosting about $8 amonth) its very easy to setup. But, you can also do this on your home PC and not have to use a VPS.