Most shared hosting users have little need for a dedicated IP address, but you should check out this article to see if you do.
Bandwidth measures the amount of data that passes between a website and the rest of the Internet.
A dedicated IP (Internet Protocol) is a unique Internet address dedicated exclusively to a single hosting account.
You cannot create more than 1,024 directories and subdirectories.
We calculate bandwidth by measuring the amount of data your hosting account sends and receives via HTTP (visitors to your website) and FTP (your access to the files on your account).
Our shared hosting accounts do not support streaming video, but you can still display video on your site by embedding a video file such as an MPG or AVI into your Web page.
Yes, our hosting accounts support RSS feeds.
For security reasons, we do not let you use “exec cmd” or “exec cgi” in your SSI or HTML files.
Yes, you can configure additional MIME types on your Linux hosting account.
No, proxy servers are not required for outbound shared hosting connections as of September 10, 2008.