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Your own class C's against private proxy list?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Proteus, Sep 21, 2010.

  1. Proteus

    Proteus Junior Member

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    Which one is better as if I want a class C ip it will cost me 1$ a month on my provider so 10 private ip addresses would cost 10$ per month.

    Which is the best way forward, in your opinion?
     
  2. apekillape

    apekillape Senior Member Premium Member

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    If you don't mind the IPs being all huddled together, I see no reason not to go with your own. Generally I go for non-sequential IP addresses so as to keep them as spread apart as possible and avoid drawing attention, so I have to go with an outside provider. It really comes down to your own needs for the project.

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  3. A-Intelligence

    A-Intelligence Registered Member

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    You can get IP's for $1 a piece at a few places still. Most of them will demand that you have 1 domain for every IP you request. Some will check to make sure they are valid, others might not. It might be worth investing in a large portfolio of the cheapest tld domains. In some cases then, the host (especially mainstream ones) may very well give you up to 25+ for free, with a managed server, assuming you tell them you have a large portfolio ahead of time. Then tinyproxy etc. needs to be installed.

    I'm a bit confused by your question. But if you can get IP's for $1 or less each, get em!