Extra Dedicated IPs in VPS Web Hosting
Each and every VPS web hosting service that we provide features one dedicated IP address and if you add an Internet hosting Control Panel to it, we shall provide you with a second one at no additional cost, so you can use it as you see fit. If you want to use more IPs, you'll be able to order them with no more than a couple of clicks at any time, since you'll find this sort of an option both on our order page and within your billing CP. In the first case, the dedicated addresses will be available the moment the virtual server is set, while in the second - a few minutes after you purchase them. You can renew the IPs along with your VPS plan and use them for as long as you need. They can be useful not just for your own websites, but also for the Internet sites of any clients that you may have in case you are using the virtual server to run a hosting reseller business. There isn't any restriction on how often you'll be able to order additional IPs or on the number of of them you'll be able to use with your web server at any given time.
Extra Dedicated IPs in Dedicated Servers Hosting
When you acquire one of our dedicated server plans, you'll get three IP addresses at no additional charge and you could use them for any purpose. If you need even more IPs, you can request them at any time through your billing area and we'll assign them to the web server a few minutes later. You may even get more IPs during the signup procedure and they'll be available on your hosting server the moment it's ready and we hand it over to you. The IP upgrade is available in increments of 3 and you may pick how many addresses you'll order and how long you'll use them, since you can choose the number of IPs which you'll renew every month with your hosting server plan. Any IP address that's assigned to your dedicated server may be used not just for your personal content, but for any site or application which your clients may have - if you have acquired the hosting server with the goal to resell the disk space to third parties.