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Need some help. Hosting multiple Public IP's

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys,

I'm trying to sell unused server space similar Digital Ocean or Vultr. I have gotten as far to setup SolusVM setup and am planning to setup WHMCS.

 

Is there any way I would be able to provide each vps with their own public ip? 

 

If not then can I use one IP and provide my clients with a sub.sub.domain (virtual-server.host-server.domain.ca)

 

I my current ISP is Rogers residential

but have access to Bell business

 

Thank you,

James

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rogers residential will shut you down if they find out.

bell would be okay with it but unless you got clients lined up I don't see the point


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1 minute ago, jams22 said:

Is there any way I would be able to provide each vps with their own public ip? 

dhcp to the boxes and give them all a public ip? Then setup the networking so that each vm can't change their ip to be other than the one you assign it.

 

3 minutes ago, jams22 said:

If not then can I use one IP and provide my clients with a sub.sub.domain

Well normally 

2 minutes ago, jams22 said:

I my current ISP is Rogers residential

but have access to Bell business

How many public ips do you have?

 

 

Also what buiness plan? You probably won't want to host a vpn on anything other than a deticated internet line. most cheap buiness lines are still shared bandwidth.

2 minutes ago, jams22 said:

'm trying to sell unused server space similar Digital Ocean or Vultr.

If your trying to do this from your home its a really bad idea.

 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
8 minutes ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

dhcp to the boxes and give them all a public ip

So assuming I have enough assigned ip's a bridged router and devices set to DHCP should do the trick?

 

10 minutes ago, Electronics Wizardy said:
15 minutes ago, jams22 said:

If not then can I use one IP and provide my clients with a sub.sub.domain

Well normally 

Do you know what direction I should take if I where to use this method?

Or how I would properly identify and route the traffic. 

 

b/c I do not believe I only need to assign the host a public ip and point "host-server.domin.ca" then set the hostname of the vm's to "vm-name.host-server.domain.ca"

 

 

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Just now, jams22 said:

So assuming I have enough assigned ip's a bridged router and devices set to DHCP should do the trick?

 

bsaically, but make sure you know your stuff so people cana't mess with it.

 

Just now, jams22 said:

Do you know what direction I should take if I where to use this method?

So normally a dns entry points to a ip, but you can use a reverse proxy to use something like blog.domain.com.

 

But this won't give a vps full access, so it may work ok for a website, but not the same as deticated ip.

 

Really though, don't do this at home, you don't have the same infracture as a isp. Things like backup generators, building security, multiple isps is what people want in a vps.

 

 

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