Anyone tried to make Spectrum Business IPs as Proxies?

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Has anyone had luck turning Spectrum Business IPs into Proxies?

If so, how? Spectrum told me that each IP must be physically connected to their modem, and if it's more than 4 IPs, then a customer provided router that will assign an IP to each of the devices.

Once Spectrum provides the IPs, there are no ports (thus no "proxies"), since these are direct/static IPs.

Trying to see if I can get this setup for a local agency so they can run their bot software with the Spectrum Business IPs.
 

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Guys, no one here works at at agency?
Please, any help appreciated. Need to know if it's possible to make business IPs into proxies, or what device do agencies use so their clients have a dedicated IP per IG account.
I'm sure it's a proxy, but are all agencies using external proxy providers? If so, which one is dedicated to businesses and not to anyone off of the street.
 

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Spectrum will issue up with 16 public ips per $50 cheap modem at any given time and you don't need to be a business customer to get this.
 

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Spectrum will issue up with 16 public ips per $50 cheap modem at any given time and you don't need to be a business customer to get this.
How do you convert those to proxies? Need special modem or router?
 

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How do you convert those to proxies? Need special modem or router?

You can set multiple Virtual Machines and each machine will get its own public ip from the pool you are allotted by spectrum. You need to take out router from your setup and connect computer directly to modem using LAN port.
From network settings of VMware enable bridging on each Virtual Machine so that they get public IP. I am up for more explanation on skype.

Need special modem or router?
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You can set multiple Virtual Machines and each machine will get its own public ip from the pool you are allotted by spectrum. You need to take out router from your setup and connect computer directly to modem using LAN port.
From network settings of VMware enable bridging on each Virtual Machine so that they get public IP. I am up for more explanation on skype.

Pretty solid advice for the OP!

Another thing to look into is the Motorola Surfboard SB5101 loaded with Haxorware.... these can be found for $50 online, ready to go just activate with Spectrum. You can then get 16 public ips (limited by max-cpe) at the same time and rotate ips by changing MACs within 8-12 seconds without knocking the other ips offline.
 

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You can set multiple Virtual Machines and each machine will get its own public ip from the pool you are allotted by spectrum. You need to take out router from your setup and connect computer directly to modem using LAN port.
From network settings of VMware enable bridging on each Virtual Machine so that they get public IP. I am up for more explanation on skype.

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Pretty solid advice for the OP!

Another thing to look into is the Motorola Surfboard SB5101 loaded with Haxorware.... these can be found for $50 online, ready to go just activate with Spectrum. You can then get 16 public ips (limited by max-cpe) at the same time and rotate ips by changing MACs within 8-12 seconds without knocking the other ips offline.
Thanks guys. These would not be used for the public, but for the office to connect Jarvee to the business IPs.
Would we need one moded modem for each IP allotted by Spectrum? If so, we’d also need a router with 16 slots/rj-45, or however number slots for the IPs allotted?
 

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You can set multiple Virtual Machines and each machine will get its own public ip from the pool you are allotted by spectrum. You need to take out router from your setup and connect computer directly to modem using LAN port.
From network settings of VMware enable bridging on each Virtual Machine so that they get public IP. I am up for more explanation on skype.

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Mind sending your Skype? I would love to talk about this.
 
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