With a dedicated IP address, you shall have a unique number which will identify you on the Internet and which will not be shared with anybody else or associated with other websites. The most widespread use of a dedicated IP is the one that involves the setting up of an SSL certificate, which could be used to encrypt the connection between a site and its targeted traffic, so if they have to log in or to submit payment info, their info will be secured. You'll also get better search engine rankings, since your site will load faster and shall not have the same address as sites that load slowly or have a questionable reputation. A dedicated IP address may also be used to access software such as a VoIP application or another type of hosting server. With our server solutions, you may order additional dedicated IPs effortlessly and assign them to any online app you host instead of the IP address included with the server by default.
Extra Dedicated IPs in Dedicated Servers
All dedicated servers
we offer come with three IP addresses by default and you can use them in whatever way you see fit. In the event that you need even more IPs for any reason, you can add them to your web server with just a few mouse clicks with no restrictions as to their number or to the period for which you shall be able to use them. This upgrade comes in increments of three and if you require the IPs right away, you'll be able to add them to the plan during the signup process, while in the event that it turns out that you need more IPs at some point later, you may order them just as quickly from your billing area and we'll assign them to your dedicated server a few minutes later. The dedicated IPs could be renewed along with the web server plan on a monthly basis and you could choose if you will renew all of them or just a few - in the event that you no longer require that many. You could use the IPs both for your own Internet sites and for customer hosting accounts - provided you're using the dedicated server as an Internet hosting reseller platform.