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Dedicated Hosting IP

Dedicated Hosting IP also known as Static IP. Build your business on its own unique IP address.

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So you can give your hosting account and website it's own unique IP address with a Dedicated Hosting IP, which is not shared by any other accounts on the same server. So when your DNS records are being propagated, or if you are planning to add a 3rd-party SSL Certificate and need direct access to your site, a Dedicated Hosting IP might just be for you.

Dedicated Hosting IP
  • FTP Account Access
  • Accepts SSL Certificates

Access your site anytime.

Even when your domain name is not available, like during domain propagation periods you can still get to your site. All you need to do in your browser url bar! is type in your Dedicated Hosting IP address.


Dedicated Hosting IP Address.

Have your own unique Dedicated Hosting IP Address.

At bladedomainandhosting we can help with you advanced hosting needs. We can provide you with your own unique Dedicated Hosting IP Address, which gives your website it's own unique IP address. This means that you no longer are using a shared ip address for your website. At bladedomainandhosting we can proved these amazing Dedicated Hosting IP Adresses at affordable prices.

NOTE! our VPS and Dedicated Servers come with 1-3 Dedicated Hosting IP Adresses.

What is a Dedicated IP?

Dedicated Hosting IP or also known as Static IP

Dedicated IP (Internet Protocol) address – also known as a static IP – is your own unique address. If you don't have a Dedicated IP then your hosting account will be sharing the server's IP address with the other hosting accounts. In most instances this is all right. But there are instances when a unique Dedicated IP address is beneficial for a large dedicated hosting website with SSL encryption or heavy traffic.

For more information, see our Web Hosting Support page.

What are some reasons Dedicated Hosting IP is needed?

For example here are many of the reasons to need a Dedicated Hosting IP address:

  • Direct Access – When you use FTP or your favorite Web browser, with your own Unique IP address, you can use your hosting IP address to view your website. Also give you direct access to your website's files.
  • Updating DNS – Your site will become inaccessible for 24-48 hours After your domain name's DNS is updated, This of course can be a major issue if you want to FTP or preview any changes. But with a unique address (Dedicated IP), you can use your Dedicated IP address by typing it to the browser or FTP client and upload your content and preview your website with no problems!
  • SSL Certificates – To give your users/customers the security they need an SSL certificate requires a Dedicated IP address. When your website requests a payment or personal information you should use SSL protection, which SSLs require a Dedicated Hosting IP (static IP) to work. The Dedicated Hosting IP will allow you to setup an SSL that redirects your visitors through an encrypted hosting connection. (Our SSL certificates include a Dedicated IP, so you do not need to purchase a Dedicated IP credit separately if you are adding a certificate to your site on your shared hosting account.)

For more information, see Who Needs a Dedicated IP Address?

What are the advantages of a Dedicated IP?

Dedicated IP addresses are very exclusive and secure, while shared IP addresses are not. Most domain names share their IP addresses with hundreds of domain names. Therefore, if one domain name causes issues, all of the domain names can be impacted.

Some search engines or ISPs will penalize an IP address if one of its domain names sends spam email. With a Dedicated IP, you can avoid the disadvantages that come with sharing your IP address with other users.

Online experts believe that a static IP or Dedicated IP address can boost search engine ranking results. Search engines like unique addresses because your domain name isn't associated with or connected to other domain names.

For more information, see Adding a Dedicated IP Address from Your Hosting Account.

How do I purchase a Dedicated IP for my hosting account?

This is easy by using your Account Manager you can purchase a Dedicated IP. Click on Hosting & Servers on the main navigation bar, and select Dedicated IP. Now you can Choose the length of Dedicated IP service you would like to purchase, and then proceed to checkout.

As a rule of thumb pre-paying for the same service length on your shared hosting and Dedicated IP addresses is alway good. When it comes time to renew, If you do forget you won't need to worry about renewing one of your IPs.

Once you complete your purchase, go to the Web hosting area in your Account Manager and apply the credit.

Looking for a Dedicated IP for your SSL certificate? No need to! Our SSLs already come with a Dedicated IP attached to them. When you apply the SSL to the hosting account, we assign the new Dedicated IP to the server.

Interested in purchasing a Dedicated IP? Visit our product solutions page for more information.

How do I add a Dedicated IP to my shared hosting account?

By simply logging in to your hosting account and click on Web Hosting, next by click the Options button next to the account you want to work with you can add your Dedicated IP. The Customize tab you can select to purchase a new Dedicated IP or apply a Dedicated IP credit that you already have.

Once added the Dedicated IP can take 24 - 48 hours before it's active on your hosting account.

For more information, see Adding a Dedicated IP Address from Your Hosting Account.



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