ARIN Justified...

Leonard Gilbert lgilbert at
Mon Jan 1 08:02:14 EST 2001

OK, so what do you do with the search engines that don't support it. Tell
all the businesses that use the search engines to get their business from
somewhere else?

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-vwp at [mailto:owner-vwp at]On Behalf Of NeoBoi
Sent: Saturday, January 06, 2001 7:40 PM
To: Scott Rogers
Cc: 'Simon '; 'vwp at '
Subject: Re: ARIN Justified...

I agree, unless the client is using SSL, there is no need for a Single IP
per domain....its a waste...

Scott Rogers wrote:

> SO let's all open a $50. account and request a
> few thousand IP addresses :-)
> At least we will knoe where to go to get more when
> we all run out.
> (Please, no flames... I'm kidding... Well sort of :-)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Simon
> To: vwp at
> Sent: 1/5/01 7:57 PM
> Subject: Re: ARIN Justified...
> Now, this is how IPs are wasted. Why in the world they can't use one IP
> per client, I've no idea. It's interesting too, they assign each new
> domain a unique IP unless you refuse. Very strange. I doubt it's a typo,
> too. I mean, if you can use named-based hosting and imply so, then why
> give unique IPs by default. I think companies like this should be
> penalized somehow.
> "Why pay up to $50 per month for additional domains added to your
> hosting account? With Blue Gravity Hosting, all domains are combined
> under one account, and one usage based billing plan. Host an unlimited
> number of domains under a single account, for one low monthly price. Pay
> a one-time setup fee of $5.00 per domain (each domain is assigned a
> unique IP address unless otherwise requested)!"

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