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Ask Me Anything C-class IP hosting. Question.

Discussion in 'Domains and Hosting' started by Pyth, Aug 24, 2017.

  1. Pyth

    Pyth Affiliate affiliate

    I have had short conversation with my webmaster and it seems he is recommending me to get C-class IP hosting. I have done the search and it turned up as SEO hosting. Are the same things? As for the providers? What about seohost.com? Are they good?
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  3. utdream

    utdream Service Manager Service Manager affiliate

    Are you talking about trying to get your own Class-C block of IP Addresses? If so, then your webmaster is using incredibly outdated information, not to mention a terrible business practice.

    IP Addresses are broken out into blocks of 4 numbers, ranging from 0 to 255. So, the smallest IP Address you could have would be, and the largest IP address you could have would be

    There are 3 classes of IP addresses, Class A, B, and C, which are determined by the size of network blocks they encompass:
    Class A: 255.n.n.n
    Class B: 255.255.n.n
    Class C: 255.255.255.n

    So, a Class C range of IP addresses would be any range which includes all 255 IP Addresses for a specific range. For example, one example of a Class C range is 208.77.211.n. Which means all the IP's from to

    With the extreme shortage of IP addresses in the last 5 years or so, there's no way that you're going to get any reputable provider to give you a full Class C range of IP's that you can use to snow-shoe your SEO. No way. Not happening. I would also question the integrity (and knowledge) of anyone who recommended such methods to you as a viable marketing strategy. Don't do it, and don't listen to anyone who recommends such foolishness.
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  4. andesW

    andesW Affiliate affiliate

    Very good explanation is given above. I would say in the following way. If you want to find if seohost.com provide the service you have been looking for that is better to ask them directly.