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Adsense work on the content not on the IP. If your other domains contains trash entries, it won't penalize you unless those domains got involved in scams/spams. A website/domain involve on scams/spams will be IP recorded and will be looked at by Adsense in random timeframe. Adding a new IP will only allow you to put a dedicated IP on your Adsense domain and ...
Google analyzes content, not IP addresses. I have several clients on the same IP cause they're low income or for friends. No one gains and no one loses from that arrangement except I don't charge them for it.
I received this answer from CPanel This is not a feature that is supported in the WHM or cPanel frontend, however it is possible to change the ip address of an addon domain by manual editing. Here is link to tutorial: https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/CKB/How+to+Assign+Dedicated+IP+Addresses+to+Subdomains
www.site1.net. IN CNAME mainsite.com. You have setup site1.net as an alias of mainsite.com The DNS now overrides the virtual host and alters your records and redirect you to mainsite.com Just leaving this here as a reference.
This sounds like a server firewall issue. Failed ssh attempts can usually trigger a rule that will then block your IP. 1und1.de has a guide for how to manage their server firewall (I had to use Google Translate to read it). You may be able to log in to your server control panel to whitelist your IP. If not, you could try getting in touch with 1und1.de ...
The first thing that I would check is DNS. It sounds like you recently changed your DNS settings and it has not completely propagated yet. When you change DNS settings it may take several days for the changes to fully take effect depending on your time to live (TTL) settings. Some computers will see the new info sooner than others. Computers that have ...
I use Route53 which is amazons version. I can relate that I have a 60 second TTL on all my zones and when I make a change, that change syncs to their dns infrastructure in about 10 seconds. All total when I change a record with them and sync its about 2 minutes. To affect a change to a single server I would Change or ensure ttl is at 60s. Verify that ...
A domain name is owned by you. You can take it with you when you move hosting. The IP address is owned by your hosting company. Hosting companies sometimes force IP address changes during internal switches. Use the domain name if you don't want to be tied to your host.
Not much you can do, as the DNS is not administered by you. Any record can point to any IP -- so I guess you're just out of luck :( You can, of course, try to contact the domain owner and ask if they could change the record. You can spend as much time as you want on this, but if it's worth it... I'd say no.
In Spam blacklisting , only the IP address is blacklisted and nor content of the website / app , this is mainly an issue in shared hosting servers where a single IP address is shared among different users. If 1 users on the network is sniffed by spam spiders "Spam Detection apps/websites" then all users on the network/shared host using the same IP suffer the ...
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