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When requesting for additional ips from a company, and they say "IP justification"...

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by hazedoutdesi, Mar 10, 2009.

  1. hazedoutdesi

    hazedoutdesi Regular Member

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    When requesting for additional ips (/24) for a dedicated server.

    The company might say that they need "IP justification showing at least 80% utilization of the IPs.".

    Does anyone know how the process goes? What do you have to do/Show them?

    What reasons can you give them so you get approved for them?

    can you just buy some domains and make subdomains and show them which host will use what ip? would that work?

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    get a different host?
    find a blackhat friendly host and they wont ask any questions.
     
  3. hazedoutdesi

    hazedoutdesi Regular Member

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    how do you find a blackhat friendly host?

    if you know any that would be great.

    thanks
     
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    underhost is the only one i know for sure is blackhat friendly.
     
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    hazedoutdesi Regular Member

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    thanks, i contacted them but i dont think they can help me with that.
     
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    You can try tell them you'r a ssl website hoster, but your chance of success is not too high.
    They often want to see the sites/certificates.

    Usually it's hard to receive more than a class-c on a single server as more IPs can hardly be justified.