IP adresss management verification

Albert Meyer from_nanog at corenap.com
Tue Nov 14 18:25:38 UTC 2006

The "myth" that I've heard relates to links. From the comments on Matt's blog:

"500 sites under the same IP interlinked in some way will provide the same 
benefit as 500 sites on uniques similarly interlinked all other things held 

The answer to this question almost has to be "no." A site with hundreds of links 
from the same IP should not be treated the same as a site with hundreds of links 
from other IPs. If it is treated the same, scientology-style fake links will 
proliferate. If it is treated differently, then separate IPs do add value.

Warren Kumari wrote:
> Matt Cutts ("Matt Cutts works at the Googleplex and at his blog writes 
> about Google, search engine optimization traps and whatever comes to his 
> mind") has just responded on his blog:
> http://www.mattcutts.com/blog/myth-busting-virtual-hosts-vs-dedicated-ip-addresses/ 

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