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Where to get ipv4 IP's??

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by rankore, Aug 5, 2014.

  1. rankore

    rankore Junior Member

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    ok, i'm a bit confused with all these different ip's like http, socks, ipv4 blah blah.

    I need ipv4 apparently as my email sender guy says, anyone know the best/cheapest place to get them?

    I should say they are for interspire and pmta for ip rotation.

    Cheers.
     
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  3. rankore

    rankore Junior Member

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    Thank you....:grumble:

    So the one I can see which is at the top with adwords is at least $9.95 per ip.....All the rest of the results are how to configure them.
     
  4. akacash

    akacash Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    IPv4 just means that it's a normal IP. The only time that you ever need to differentiate the 2 is if you needed IPv6 for some reason. So you basically just need some proxies. I'm not an expert at all when it comes to Interspire or PowerMTA, but if I'm not mistaken that's going to require you to have port 25 enabled. That's going to make finding proxies rather difficult as most providers will have this blocked out by default. The one's that do have it open usually charge a fairly high premium as well. You can do your own searching to see, but if I'm right about the port 25 that's going to make it tricky. Good luck though, hope you can work it out.
     
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    Whisker Moderator Staff Member Moderator Premium Member

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    Talk to paranoidandroid on here, he can hook you up with servers and ips you can put your mtas on, or just connect to smtp accts created on those machines. Buying proxies for mailing are kind of pointless, 1 because of what akacash mentioned with port25 being blocked, and 2 you won't be able to manage SPF/DKIM/RDNS because you likely won't have admin access to the servers the proxies are on.
     
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  6. rankore

    rankore Junior Member

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    Port 25 is open on my VPS but wanted to rotate the IP's to keep from sending lots of emails from the VPS server IP. Is that how it works? So ipv4's have been set up with their own smtp?