Hosting on different CC classes

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Post 3+ Months Ago

I have a couple domains that i want to get hosted on different cc classes. Is there any easy/ cheep way to do this? LIke find a host for just 1 domain

thanks

Justin
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Do you need a domain for each of the .cc's or are you looking to point multiple .cc's to one domain?
  • Willy
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Post 3+ Months Ago

i'm dumb for saying cc..

What i mean is C class. I have say X websites and i want to host them on X independent C classes.

sry, thx

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Post 3+ Months Ago

you must be referring to IP addresses, and to get those, you need an ISP
to assign them to you. Hosting places have them, but usually at a cost.
In most cases, however, you'll find that hosts use virtual IP addressing,
and the IP you have is the same for many many people on the server.

If you are wanting all the domains to point to just one site, then you can
simply use your registrar to do that.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

i'm reffering to C classes.. I believe thats the "term" that refers to the first 3 octets of an ip..

so say i have 2 sites. I do not want them to share a common first three octets


thx

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Post 3+ Months Ago

I know what a c-class is. and for the most part,
the only way that can happen, is if the isp has ip lots available from
different c-classes. generally, this is not the case. You could just get
hosting packages from completely different web hosts and try your luck
that way.

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