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Static IP not really static?

The 'go' company....

2:58 am on Jul 22, 2007 (gmt 0)

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Not sure if we are able to mention names here so, I'm sure most of you know who the 'go' parental unit company is right? :)

Ok well I was on their deluxe package, then switched to a basic basic as it's an 8 page site with a very limited php script that runs fine.

But after reading everywhere I decided to give it our all for better results with a static IP address. After much to do to downgrade and get the static IP address, I'm finding that it is really not a static IP address?

Now when I type the IP address in, the website does show up...
On their control panel however, it shows the following:
Server IP Address:
Dedicated Hosting IP: 208.109.#*$!.#*$!
Then when I use Whois from domain tools I get this:

Server Type: Apache
IP Address: [Whois] [Reverse-Ip] [Ping] [DNS Lookup] [Traceroute]
IP Location United States - Arizona - Scottsdale - Go Daddy Software
Response Code: 200
Blacklist Status: Clear
Domain Status: Registered And Active Website

What can I do to ensure I'm getting what I paid for here? Are they providing me with their internal server IP address or the place externally where I site but I have another external mapped to the other external?

I'm confused..

5:34 am on Aug 3, 2007 (gmt 0)

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Does the dedicated hosting IP resolve to your site?

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