Deploy Your Website With a Single ClickReserved IP

Reserve new IP addresses and assign them to your nodes or leave
them idle as needed — you can even reserve IP addresses for existing
nodes — for a set monthly fee.

What is Reserved IP Address ?

A Reserved IP address is the one that is used exclusively for internal purposes behind a router or other Network Address Translation (NAT) device and is not available to the general public. Public IP addresses, on the other hand, are open to the public and cannot be utilised within a home or business network. A Reserved IP address is also known as a local IP address in some cases.

The most well-known reserved IP address is This is the loopback address, which is used to test the network adapter or integrated chip. Over the local network or the internet, no traffic addressed to is transmitted.

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Benefits of Reserved IP Address

Simple Approvals

Do you require additional IP addresses? Please contact our sales department and explain your use case.

No Hidden Costs

There are no hidden fees; what you see on our price tables is what you pay.


Each Reserved IP address will be invoiced at a lower rate than other providers, regardless of whether it is in use or not.

Simple to Manage

F60Host LLP Cloud's MyAccount site allows you to easily manage your IP addresses.

Pricing of Reserved IP Address

Reserved IP Monthly Price
Reserved IP Address ₹199/-

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Frequently asked questions.

Computers use IP addresses to send and receive data over the internet. The majority of IP addresses are numerical, however as internet usage grows, certain addresses have letters appended to them. IP addresses are divided into four categories: public, private, static, and dynamic.
You can reserve IP addresses for as long as you need them based on your plans, and you can also link them to Cloud Service Deployments in the Reserved IP address region.
Static IP addresses are necessary for devices that need constant access. For example, a static IP address is necessary if your computer is configured as a server, such as an FTP server or web server. This is where reserved IP will come in handy, Better DNS support, Static IP addresses are much easier to set up and manage with DNS servers
No, The IP once reserved you can use it anytime till it is valid.

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