Extra Dedicated IPs in VPS Hosting
If you choose to buy one of our Linux VPS hosting, we shall provide you with one dedicated IP address by default and a second one free of charge - if you add any of the hosting Control Panels that we offer to your order. More IPs could be purchased with ease if you need them. The option is offered on the order page, so in case you need more IPs from the start, we shall be able to assign them to your VPS whenever it's set up and you can use them as soon as you start using the machine. If you require them for any reason afterwards, you can order them from the billing area and they'll be available in a couple of minutes. That way, you'll be able to assign dedicated IP addresses not only to your own Internet sites, but also to customers' websites in case you've started a reseller enterprise. You can order IPs as frequently as needed and renew them along with your virtual hosting server plan. If, sooner or later, you require less IPs, you'll have the opportunity to renew only those that you need, while the extra ones will be taken off your server.
Extra Dedicated IPs in Dedicated Web Hosting
In case you acquire one of our dedicated server plans, you'll receive 3 IP addresses at no additional charge and you can use them for any purpose. If you require more IPs, you'll be able to request them at any time through your billing area and we'll assign them to the server a few minutes later. You may even get additional IPs during the signup procedure and they'll be available on your machine the moment it is ready and we hand it over to you. The IP upgrade is available in increments of three and you could choose how many addresses you will order and how long you shall use them, since you could pick the number of IPs which you will renew every month with your server plan. Any IP address that is assigned to your dedicated server may be used not just for your personal content, but also for any website or app that your customers may have - if you have bought the server with the intent to resell the disk space to third parties.