Looking for webhsot with dedicated IP's that are fresh not recycled? Where? Hostgator are recycled

by apples
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Looking for webhsot with dedicated IP's that are fresh not recycled? Where? Hostgator are recycled.

Asny ideas, reasonably priced etc, have good uptime.

Peter
#dedicated #fresh #hostgator #recycled #webhsot
  • Profile picture of the author downloadvyp
    godaddy ? bluehost?
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  • Profile picture of the author apples
    no, no. The problem I have (I think) is that say I have 5 websites they are all on the same IP. If someone finds one of my sites, they can then find the other 4 via that IP.

    Hopefully a seperate dedicated IP for each domain will not allow people to see how many site I have all together.

    I am with Hostgator now, but to get multiple seperated dedicated IP's you need to get the reseller account, $25 a month basic, then pay $2 per unique IP. But the part that is not that good is that they use recycled IP's not fresh ones.

    This mean that I could get an older IP that has had bad content on there, gotten a big cross from Mr G, and now it becomes a dud IP to have. Bad rankings etc....

    Peter
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    • Profile picture of the author MisterE
      Host9 might be a solution for you, if I remember correctly they offer 6 or 8 IP's from around the world at no extra charge (basic reseller account). I'm sure they're all class C's but they should work for covering tracks to your different sites.

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    • Profile picture of the author bgmacaw
      Originally Posted by apples View Post

      This mean that I could get an older IP that has had bad content on there, gotten a big cross from Mr G, and now it becomes a dud IP to have. Bad rankings etc....
      IPv4 addresses are recycled simply because there's a limited supply of them. See IPv4 address exhaustion

      In other words, it's not 1999 so you're worrying about something you don't need to worry about.
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  • Profile picture of the author HJ-Andrew
    We have dedicated IP addresses available that are not recycled. Contact our support team for more information.
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  • Profile picture of the author thriftgirl62
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    I retired in 2005 at 43 and now I give away websites like these for FREE [hosting excluded]

    When you make at least $100+ per month, we split the profit 80/20 and YOU get the 80% Until then, you keep 100% and I'll help you drive traffic, get backlinks and put the domain in your name too!
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