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  1. #1
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    Oct 2007

    Default concerning multiple c-block ip address

    I am currently working on a project, I will be launching about 200 websites from the start, and plan to have 500+ in the next 6 months to a year. (these are not spam sites by any means, just to clear that up) I currently have hosting with you for a few other sites, love the service. My Question:
    I am going to sign up for an unlimited site/domain package. Will all of those sites have the same b, or c class ip? If so, is there anyway I can upgrade that package, more money, and have unique IP's for each site and still be unlimted site/domain. They are all related in some form to one another, and I would like to link them to each other, but won't unless I can do this.

    Thanks you dustin

  2. #2
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    Oct 2006

    Default Re: concerning multiple c-block ip address

    can someone please answer this? It shouldn't be that hard of a question. Let me know if I need to explain this further. ~dustinz, on another account

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    Default Re: concerning multiple c-block ip address

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    Default Re: concerning multiple c-block ip address

    If you are going to have 500 websites on 1 account you really shouldn't be using shared hosting. I would contact vodahost about a dedicated server. 500 websites would use well more then your fair share of the system resources

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