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wanna talk about starting seo host

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by lagger, Mar 20, 2015.

  1. lagger

    lagger Power Member

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    First off I'm typing from my phone so forgive the grammar mistakes.

    I've been tossing the idea about building a hosting company dedicated solely for pbns.
    I've read several long winded posts about building pbns and I am defiantly not an expert in this field. I'm not even an expert in vps, I've set one up once at digital ocean just for a wmu site I tried building into a web2.0 platform. Just ended up selling it a year later for a little profit.

    My question and topic of debate I would like to start it how to start a legit pbn host without all the trouble of buying billions of shared hosting and reseller accounts.

    I've been reading a bit into this subject the last couple of days. I have a few questions if y'all don't mind answering or pointing me into the right direction.

    The idea would be to rent a dedicated server, then get a large amount of proxies. I was thinking about getting whm & cpanel bundle. That to me would solve the IP address problem. The next hurdle I image would be having a large pool of DNS servers. This is where I can't really find any solid info.

    How would one set up a large amount of dns servers on one server. Would I need to set it up like a cloud server with multiple instances esc or yeah I'm stuck.

    I don't have the finances to just rent one and find out I can't do what I want. So if y'all could fill in the blanks here for me.

    Also, how many DNS servers would y'all suggest per IP address. 1dns for 5 IPS ESC.

    Also what is would y'all suggest: Linux or windows.

    And before I get flammed for it. Yes I'm thinking about selling this hosting, yes I would get someone more experienced to help run security/admin.

    Thank you
     
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  2. akany

    akany Registered Member

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    >> buying billions of shared hosting and reseller accounts.

    That is the only reliable way.
     
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  3. lagger

    lagger Power Member

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    Akany would you mind ellaborating? I'm rather stubborn and just one comment wouldn't normally deter me with out an explanation why.
     
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    The way you plan to do it will not work, you can not use proxies (I guess you are talking anoynymous proxies here?) to host/mirror your sites.

    You could get a dedicated server and then a dozen hosting accounts, and proxy the main server with apache or nginx. Like that you dont have to maintain each account individually but you would still need to pay the hosting accounts.

    I had a blog network in the past, but hornestly I don't think it's worth the trouble anymore.
     
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  5. lagger

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    Yes, after more research I've discovered I made some mistakes aleady.

    I get what your saying but I was hoping their was an alternitve to the IP address problem. Might be better to find a server that offers a large diverse pool of IP addresses.