Extra Dedicated IPs
Discover more about dedicated IPs, the key reason why they can be so special and the way you will get more dedicated IPs with your server.
With a dedicated IP address, you will have a unique number that will identify you on the Internet and which shall not be shared with anybody else or associated with other websites. The most popular use of a dedicated IP is the one which involves the installation of an SSL certificate, which can be employed to encrypt the connection between a website and its visitors, so if they have to log in or to submit payment details, their information shall be secured. You will also get better search engine rankings, because your Internet site will load faster and won't have the same address as Internet sites that load slowly or have a questionable reputation. A dedicated IP address may also be used to access software such as a VoIP app or another type of web server. With our server plans, you'll be able to order additional dedicated IPs with ease and assign them to any online program you host instead of the IP address included with the web server by default.
Extra Dedicated IPs in Dedicated Servers
In case you get one of our dedicated server plans, you'll get 3 IP addresses at no additional charge and you could use them for any purpose. If you need additional IPs, you can request them anytime through your billing area and we shall assign them to the web server a few moments later. You may even get additional IPs during the signup process and they'll be available on your web server the moment it is set and we hand it over to you. The IP upgrade is available in increments of 3 and you could choose how many addresses you'll order and how long you will use them, as you could choose the number of IPs that you will renew every month with your server plan. Any IP address which is assigned to your dedicated server may be used not only for your personal content, but for any website or app your clients may have - if you have obtained the machine with the aim to resell the disk space to third parties.