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Author Topic: myIPneighbors - site shows you how many other accounts on your shared hosting  (Read 2566 times)


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This could be really useful for people on shared hosting.. I've often wondered how many accounts are put on each shared server.

However, I'm not sure how accurate this is, and most servers are allocated a block of multiple IPs, so this may only show you a small fraction of the accounts on your machine..  Still a cool idea regardless.

For those on shared hosting, myIPneighbors IP search is a great way to find out who your neighbors are or just to see how many other websites your hosting company hosts your server.

Is your website packed into a crowded host with hundreds of other sites? Or is there questionable content being hosted side by side with your site? If so, it may be time to look for a better host.

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Excellent find mouser... THANKS!   :Thmbsup:
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enter google.com into the domain and submit...  :o


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It's a reminder not to register your personal sites (or even just your personal email addresses) to the same IP address as your professional stuff - I don't know why that never occured to me before.