With a dedicated IP address, you shall have a unique number which will identify you on the Internet and that won't be shared with anyone else or associated with other websites. The most common use of a dedicated IP is the one which involves the setting up of an SSL certificate, which may be employed to encrypt the connection between a website and its customers, so if they have to log in or to submit payment details, their information will be protected. Additionally, you will get better search engine rankings, since your site will load faster and will not have the same address as sites that load slowly or have a questionable reputation. A dedicated IP address may also be employed to access software such as a VoIP app or another kind of web server. With our server plans, you could order additional dedicated IPs easily and assign them to any online app which you host instead of the IP address supplied with the server by default.

Extra Dedicated IPs in VPS Web Hosting

If you decide to buy one of our Linux VPS web hosting packages, we will provide you with one dedicated IP address by default and a second one totally free - if you add any of the hosting Control Panels that we offer to your order. More IPs may be purchased easily if you require them. The option is available on the order page, so in the event that you require more IPs from the start, we'll able to assign them to your VPS the instant it is put in place and you can use them the minute you begin using the server. If you require them for any reason later on, you can order them via the billing area and they will be available in a couple of minutes. That way, you shall be able to assign dedicated IP addresses not only to your own Internet sites, but also to customers' websites if you have started out a reseller enterprise. You can order IPs as often as required and renew them together with your virtual server plan. If, sooner or later, you need less IPs, you will have the chance to renew only those which you require, while the extra ones will be removed from your server.