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Warm-up (ipv4)

hello

 

please could  you help me  find  the  true way  to warmup my ip ?

 

thank you

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Re: Warm-up (ipv4)

What exactly do you mean by 'warmup my IP'? After searching it, you might check out https://www.liquidlight.co.uk/blog/article/what-is-ip-warm-up-and-why-is-it-important/.
Joe V
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Re: Warm-up (ipv4)


@nilson_t wrote:

hello

 

please could  you help me  find  the  true way  to warmup my ip ?

 

thank you


If you're a residential customer warming up your IP won't work.

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