Extra Dedicated IPs in VPS
Our Linux VPS packages feature one dedicated IP address by default. Another one is available also - in case they are ordered with an Internet hosting CP. In case you need more IPs, however, you shall be able to incorporate them easily, whatever the plan which you have selected. You may do this during the signup process if you need them from the start or through your billing account - if you need them afterwards. The dedicated IPs will be assigned to your server soon after that and you'll be able to start using them. You can renew the IPs along with the plan for as long as you want to use them. This upgrade is very useful not only for your personal content, but also in the event that you intend to use the virtual server to run a hosting reseller business, since you'll be able to offer a dedicated IP to any client who would want to use one. There isn't a restriction on how many addresses you can order or on how frequently you'll be able to do that.
Extra Dedicated IPs in Dedicated Hosting
All Linux dedicated servers hosting packages which we offer include three IP addresses by default and you could use them in any way you see fit. If you require additional IPs for any reason, you could add them to your web server with a few clicks without limits as to their number or to the duration for which you will be able to use them. This upgrade comes in increments of three and if you require the IPs straight away, you can add them to the package deal during the signup process, while in case it turns out that you require more IPs at some point later, you can order them just as simply via your billing area and we will assign them to your dedicated server a few minutes later. The dedicated IPs can be renewed along with the server plan on a monthly basis and you could decide if you will renew all of them or just a few - in case you no longer need that many. You may use the IPs both for your own websites and for client hosting accounts - when you're using the dedicated server as a hosting reseller platform.