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You will need to add your customers domain by adding a 'addon' domain to your account and use the sub directory you have currently. Shared IP's are not an issue and setting the add-on domain will do the rest once you have got your customer to add the AAA Name Record to the shared IP address. If you plan to host their mail for them then your need them to get ...


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If it helps at all the CIDR range converts to: 103.22.200.0-103.22.203.255


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Yes. The IP address 103.22.201.147 is CloudFlare within the IP address range of 103.22.200.0 - 103.22.201.255.


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Just my 2 cents, I have a few web sites on my web server (about 8) and they all have the exact same IP address. With the use of Host Headers, the FQDN helps the web server (in my case Apache) to direct the request to the correct directory for the web site in question. The IP address is directed to my company Website by default. I have found since around 2001 ...


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From SEO perspective it is a disaster. If you have one website for example stackexchange.com and it is also accessible from the ip address this will lead to duplicate content. This will destroy your rankings, and will confuse your users, which they will search Google and find 2 results for the same topic (one accessible by the domain name, and one ...


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The original version of HTTP did not include any mechanism for the client to specify the host name as part of the request. It connected to the server and sent only the path portion of the URL. One of the early modifications to the HTTP protocol was to add the ability for the client to send other "header" information, including the host name. 20 years ...


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Especially if you have a shared hosting or a server of your own hosting multiple domains you can't access the "website" via IP. For your own server you could possibly define a primary domain that is reached if you enter the IP. For shared hosts that is impossible. As mentioned by @Ijacqu the IP could easily change. Another thing is duplicate content, so ...


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Note that the website that is reached through a domain name might not be hosted directly at the root of the IP address, i.e. example.org could map to 123.45.67.89/~example. This is common for normal web hosts since they can't allocate an IP address per website – that would be incredibly wasteful. For instance, if you do a DNS lookup of ...



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