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    duplicate class C ip
    Hi,
    I checked my host and found out that all my websites have duplicate Class C block or Class C subnet IP Address's. It is not possible to sign in for dedicated IP addresses with my host. Is there any possibility to mask the server ip addresses, or what can I do to mask that.

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    No.

    Unless you want to run separate reverse proxies for each site in separate locations with completely different IP #'s (from what I've seen you need to use IP #'s in different Class C blocks for each website for links to be counted by Google. Google does not like links to sites in the same Class C block.

    So if your hosting provider can't provide you with IP #'s in different Class C blocks, either don't link between the websites, or move some of them elsewhere.

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    Drewbert,

    Please elaborate on what exactly "different Class C blocks" means with examples. What is considered the "same".

    Thank You!
    Tami

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    Has anybody seen a positive effect by moving sites to different C blocks? I'm going to try it not for this reason, but out of necessity. Would be nice if it had a positive effect on my rankings.

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    here you can check your class C ip:

    http://www.textlinkbrokers.com/c_class_checker.html

    If you want to see if your websites have duplicate class C addresses you must paste a list of your urls.

    I for myself am going to host each website with a new host and different IPs.

    roland

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    A class-C IP block is simply the first three groups of numbers in an IP address. If they are the same, it is a dead giveaway that the sites are likely on the same server.

    Excessive interlinking of sites on the same class-C IP can lead to penalties with Google.
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    correct

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