Getting IP Range Of Bandwidth Providers

Aug 3, 2007

Is there any way to get the IP Range of providers like SAVVIS, Global Crossing, or Level3?

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Bandwidth Providers

Jul 8, 2007

I have seen on WHT alot of negative comments about cogent?

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Aug 3, 2008

I'm looking to get several dedicated servers, I don't require alot of processing speed or storage. And I'm not really picky about uptime, if the system is down for a few hours in a month its not a problem. What I need is alot of bandwidth. It needs to be quick and unlimited! What provider is going to give me the best deal?

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Who Are The Best / Fastest Bandwidth Providers

Jun 27, 2008

I have been reviewing a lot of different data-centers and networks, and everybody seems to use different bandwidth providers. Is there any consensus on who the best (Top 5 maybe?) carriers are? According to, there are currently only 9 "true" Tier-1 carriers:


Global Crossing
Level 3
Verizon Business
NTT Communications

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Pooled Bandwidth Providers

Jun 5, 2008

What other providers offer bandwidth shared by several servers?

As in, I rent several servers connected to one switch and can upgrade the bandwidth later if needed.

So far,

Razor Servers


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How Do You Get Bandwidth Providers Interested

Apr 16, 2007

Our data facility is located in an area that does not have a variety of providers. Our current provider is Verizon (formelrly MCI) and we are looking into buying a small building and build up a small data facility. Can any one recommend what is the best approach to ineterest more providers in our area or I am just going against the tide?

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Frankfurt Bandwidth Providers

Jun 12, 2007

I'm trying to decide between two Frankfurt co-location providers and I'm not sure who has the better network when it comes to bandwidth and latency. Does anyone know what a good bandwidth provider is in Germany or what an unreliable one is? Or is there any difference?

1st Provider:
NTT, Level 3, Interoute, Colt or BT

2nd Provider:
TeliaSonera and Tiscali for upstreams at DE-CIX and KleyRex

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Definition Tier-1 Bandwidth Providers

May 28, 2009

Who defines Tier 1 provider definition?

I am seeing multiple definitions and seeing various posters argue and make claims against Tier 1 and who is/who is not and how many total, etc.. I do not think that there is consensus out there. Personally, I see more than 7 Tier 1 providers and know several other very good Tier 2 or Tier 1b providers.

Many on WHT claim that there are only 6 major Tier 1 providers, but I recently had a CTO who has been in the business since 1996 tell me directly that there are 9 Tier 1 providers. I know that some providers themselves claim to be Tier 1, but many of us “know” that they are not really Tier 1.

So, who are the best Tier 1 providers out there?

Who are the best Tier2 or non-Tier 1 providers?

Who are the best providers to/in Europe? …South America?

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Unmetered Bandwidth Adult Hosting Providers

Jun 27, 2008

I'm looking for unmetered bandwidth adult hosting service providers with Europe-based servers, want to keep this project on the low side.

Has anyone been trying hosting with

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Do Dedicated Server Providers Oversell Bandwidth

Mar 11, 2008

Do dedicated server providers oversell their bandwidth? Here are some examples.

ThePlanet offers 2500GB bandwidth.
Softlayer offers 2000GB bandwidth
LiquidWeb offers 4800GB bandwidth

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Is There Any "Pay As You Use On Additional Servers + Bandwidth" Providers

Apr 15, 2008

This is my 1st post on this forum and my sole reason is to gain some valuable advice from members of this great community to my hosting predicament below.

We are currently developing an e-commerce website that has similar business model as I believe you have heard of this website before as it is very popular in the U.S. Their business model is to sell 1 item a day and the sale will end prematurely if the quantity of the product is sold off before the day ends.

What I would like to bring your attention is that has a special event called “WOOTOFF”, whereby instead of selling 1 item a day, they would have successive items for sale JUST FOR THE DAY. On this special “WOOTOFF” occasion, there would be A HUGE TRAFFIC SPIKE FOR THE DAY as compared to their regular days. Traffic could increase 10 FOLD or more for this “WOOTOFF” event when compared to their regular daily affair sales.


As a startup business similar to, we intend to start off with only 1 dedicated server to handle our entire frontend, backend, and database web operation and to handle REGULAR traffic flow on normal day sales, in which we would expect around less than 5K CONCURRENT active users to visit our website on a daily basis for the first few months. There would also be a blog and forum as well on our site.

Since we will be having such similar “WOOTOFF” event (probably once every 2 – 3 months), the traffic will definitely increase multiple folds for that 24 hours and our 1 unit server definitely will not be able to cope with the increased traffic load. Also, it is not economical to just go out and rent extra dedicated servers to handle that spike of traffic load (in that 24 hours) whereby we will have pay for the extra servers based on the entire month’s fee. This means out of the 30 days in a month, the additional rented servers’ and bandwidth resource are only fully utilized for that 1 day while the remaining 29 days are sitting there idle.

Just to illustrate my point. Let say to handle our normal traffic flow, we have 2 present servers in place. When we run the “WOOTOFF” event and if we were to expect a 10 fold hike in traffic, then the additional number of servers we need to add is 10 x 2 = 20 additional servers. If each server rental costs like US$400.00 per month, we are looking at paying US$8,000 just for the rental of the 20 additional servers in a month, but are only used for ONE day to handle the traffic and bandwidth spike while the remaining days are left idle. This method and the associated cost involved to handle that 1 day traffic spike is not acceptable for us at all.


1. Is there any dedicated server provider that allows for customers to only pay for the additional servers and bandwidth resources just to handle the additional traffic spike for that day’s usage?

2. I understand that there is a method to pay as you use method by utilizing Amazon S3 or CDN network but I’m completely clueless about how to go about this.

3. To your knowledge, what would be the most cost effective solution and how you’d go about it if you were in a shoestring budget whereby you’d only want to pay for the additional servers and bandwidth just for the day’s usage?


In the near future, if our website is recording a steady increase of NORMAL traffic and our primary 1st server cannot handle the increased traffic, of course we would have to add more dedicated servers whereby the newly added servers will be a permanent fixture paid on a monthly basis to take care of the steady increase of NORMAL traffic.

4. What would be your advice to me to load balance the traffic who insist on the most convenient, optimal and economical load balance solution to handle the steady increase of NORMAL traffic flow? E.g. server clustering, server mirrors, round robin DNS, etc as opposed to renting a load balancing router hardware from server providers that could cost like US$500+ monthly (rental + each server setup) whether it is being used or not.

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If You're On Different IP Range, Then How

Jun 12, 2007

Let's say when i first joined the datacenter, i'm given some 16 IPs from 123.123.123.*.

Now that i need more IPs, and they have to give me IPs from 123.123.124.*, am i right to say i need a new switch?

Now is it possible that i link up the new switch together, so that both switch can pick up any available IPs from either range?

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Googlebot IP Range

Mar 22, 2007

I'm running a web server with mod_evasive and want to know how can I prevent mod_evasive from blocking the googlebot crawler ip address.

Is there a script out there that can detect this crawler and make sure its ip doesnt get blocked by iptables or mod_evasive?

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Blocked Range Ips Through Apf - How To

Nov 5, 2009

am using APF firewall and am getting ddos from these range ips




how could i delete all the range from these ip's?

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Block An IP Range ...

Apr 6, 2008

I set up a forum for a small group of users, so I don't really wish to see spiders or bots on it, so I've put a robots.txt file there to prevent all of them from accessing the forum pages.

I know not all bots follow the robots.txt rule, and these days a really annoying bot called MUNAXNET or Munax AB with IP range - is causing the forum to have extra and unexpected loads.

I've tried to block this IP range with .htaccess and uploaded it to the root of the site a few days ago, here is the content:

order allow,deny
deny from
allow from all
However strangely it seems that all of these are not working for this bot, today I saw my forum had 80 users online and that army still keeps coming and browsing all pages of my forums...

I tested the .htaccess with blocking myself, and it actually worked for me, dunno why it's not working for that bot..

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We Want A DDS Plus A Full Range Of IP

Jun 11, 2008

we want a dedicated server with a full range of ip with our own company name(or with my name) and abuse mail

+ kvm and apc access

we need a good support too , for example if we want to check our hard disk the provider check it fast

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Apf Firewall Banning Range

Mar 8, 2007

I need to ban IP range and I inserted say ip in the deny_hosts rules, this should ban range from 12.44 but strange is people from that range still be able to access my site, any idea what went wrong?

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Block A Range Of IP Addresses?

Feb 27, 2007

Server: OS RHEL 4
Web Server: Apache1.3.37

Hi. I want to block a range of IPs. Currently, I use the following command as an effective weapon against the IPs of people I find in the log trying to do bad things.

/sbin/route add -host x.x.x.x reject

Works like a charm. I then put the offending IP in the file /etc/rc.d/rc.local so that it will reload the bad ips when the server reboots next.

I also use the CSF/LFD firewall, and it successfully blocks single, offensive IPs also.

What I need, though, is the ability to block an entire range of IPs. For example, i have a very persistent hacker trying to access from a certain range like so....

The last two numbers are always changing but the first two remain the same.

How do I block this "range" of IPs from accessing my server?

Note, I know how to block a range of IPs in a .htaccess file for a certain account, I put this in the .htaccess file...

deny from 205.196.

But when I try this with /sbin/route, it will not accept the ip. My firewall will also not accept a range of IPs.

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How To Block All And Allow Certain IP Addresses Range

May 7, 2007

Is there any way to block all and just allow certain IP using APF or iptables?

I want to block all the traffic to the server and just alow IP range.

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Blocking IP Range On Windows

May 14, 2009

I have a client who needs to block IP range on a windows server. However, he is using Cloud hosting from Rackspace. I guess they are not being corporative in doing so. Anyway to do this without root? Perhaps from the control panel?

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Internap Price Range

Jan 13, 2008

I am getting my quote back Tuesday but need a little bargaining power with these guys...

Oakland, Ca datacenter

40mbps, 20A, 42U rack.

What should I be looking at price range here, how much per mbps?

Only info I've seen is from 2003 where people were saying $200/mbps. Obviously prices have come WAY down. I've seen people on here reselling internap bandwidth for $12/mbps, but they might have bought a huge commit.

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Add 2 Range Ip In Linux Centos

Jul 6, 2008

i have 2 range ip

range 1 is : 111.111.111-119

range2 is : 222.222.222-229

how may i add both range?

i can add for one range,but about 2 rage i can`t

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Critical IP Range Block From US To IT

Mar 28, 2008

from 36 hours we have really critical issue:

we have 3 server with Liquidweb that have problem to "resolve" a server locate in Italy

Email sent from server with LW to Italy server is not sent and stay in queue.

We try to force delivery and error is:

Message 1Je39R-0000wk-3N is not frozen LOG: MAIN
cwd=/usr/local/cpanel/whostmgr/docroot 4 args: /usr/sbin/exim -v -M
1Je39R-0000wk-3N delivering 1Je39R-0000wk-3N Connecting to
[**.**.**.**]:25 ... failed: Connection timed out (timeout=5m) LOG: MAIN [**.**.**.**]:25 Connection timed out LOG: MAIN
== R=lookuphost T=remote_smtp defer (110): Connection
== timed out


We have check, there aren't problem with port and firewall
All seesm ok, for all server
We have try to restart exim, reboot, ..
Emails don't start from 3 server LW to 1 in Italy

We have try to ping from server LW the Italian server and the problem is the same, found IP but 100% packet lost..
If we ping from 3 server LW a IP of server that is "over" the server IT is all ok

The problem seems only with single IP

So, we have try to send from server in Italy to 1 of 3 server under LW.. same problem

Message 1JeSBO-0003CD-HO is not frozen LOG: MAIN
cwd=/usr/local/cpanel/whostmgr/docroot 4 args: /usr/sbin/exim -v -M
1JeSBO-0003CD-HO delivering 1JeSBO-0003CD-HO Connecting to [**.**.***.**]:25 ... failed: Connection timed out
(timeout=5m) LOG: MAIN [**.**.***.**] Connection
timed out LOG: MAIN
== R=lookuphost T=remote_smtp defer (110):
== Connection timed out

LW support not have suggest solutions and also Italian support not have idea of problem solution

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We Want A DDS + A Full Range Of IP Address

Jun 11, 2008

we want a dedicated server with a full range of ip with our own company name(or my name) and our own abuse e-mail address

+ kvm and apc access

we need a good support too , for example if we want to check our hard disk the provider check it fast

any body know anywhere to provide this services with a good price?

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CLASS C IP Range For Hosting

Jul 21, 2008

I would like to use different Class C IP ranges across my domains for better cross linking. Of course, all domains are closely related to a particular niche.

I am currently on, they have been extremely helpful and good. But wondering if same host can provide me different class C IP range?

want to confirm this before i order a new server from them.

or should i just go for another hosting provider? wondering anyone as good as imountain?

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Gnax IP Address Range On Dnsbl-3

Mar 30, 2009

Some of our client emails are being blocked and it appears that the whole GNAX range of more than 103680 IP addresses was blocked.


As you should know now: It is not you, it is your complete provider which got UCEPROTECT-Level 3 listed.

Your IP was NOT part of a spamrun, but you are the one that has freely chosen your provider.

By tolerating or ignoring that your provider doesn't care about spammers you are indirectly also supporting the global spam with your money.
Seen from this point of view, you really shouldn't wonder about the consequences.

What I want to know is how often do it happens that a datacenter have all it's IP addresses being blocked?

I contacted Gnax about this but their response was merely that they will take steps and the whole range will eventually be delisted. (Obviously the immediate removal fee of $200 something is too much for them)

Ironically merely a few hours AFTER I contacted them I got a "warning" about spam send from one of our clients.

The date of the email was a few weeks AGO and We already long ago warned our LEGIMATE client that such emails are not allowed and the account will be terminated if it happens again. (In other words WE immediately acted against potential spam while Gnax not and then have the nerve to warn US after WE informed them of the blacklisting)

On the one hand I understand that it can be difficult for a very large provider and seems a bit harse to block ALL IP addresses due to 0.238 % spam ip addresses.

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Aug 3, 2009

This came as a surprise today, I setup a server-based RSS reader and could not get WHT's forum RSS feeds. A little digging revealed it was the default APF installation that was blocking the range, which includes WHT and a chunk of Softlayer's ip range.

The quick fix is easy, just remove that range from the /etc/apf/internals/reserved.networks file and restart, in the latest apf version, I don't know how many apf versions back this block goes.

The APF folks do a fantastic job in keeping APF up to date, but this seems to be recent update to this particular ip range that hasn't made it into APF yet.

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Banning A Whole Country IP Range From My Website

Oct 28, 2008

I want to stop users from country X from accessing my website, I know I can ban people's IPs but I dont know if it is possible to ban certain geographical area and if so, I haven't got a clue about how to do it.

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Oct 9, 2006

Does anyone know how to range ban IPs using IPsec.

I can enter IPs manually but unable to ban an entire RANGE of ips

i.e. For example -

Anyone know?

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Sep 19, 2009

I've read that all ethernet switches in a MST Region need the same Name, Revision number, and list of member vlans for each Instance. So what happens when you need to change the range of VLANs in a MSTI ? Let's say that you need to add a range of vlans to an instance that spans 20 switches? How would you do that?

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