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how many ips can my router have?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by imm088, Oct 22, 2013.

  1. imm088

    imm088 Registered Member

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    Restaring my router gets me a new ip adress.
    Theoretically speaking how many ips can i get from the pool?
     
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    paulik123 Junior Member

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  3. GuitarMan

    GuitarMan Registered Member

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    You're not thinking that this will give you a new IP for signups on websites are you? Because it won't!
     
  4. Ming the Merciless

    Ming the Merciless Power Member

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    Why would it not? As long as it generates a new IP - you are good to go. Now, on the back end, the "new" IP that generates is time stamped with your info. So, in theory, if someone wants to come "after" you, there is a large footprint. But, if you just want to access a site multiple times, this will work.
     
  5. GuitarMan

    GuitarMan Registered Member

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    Because it gives you an IP for your home network, not for your internet connection which would stay the same, unless you have dynamic IP addresses with your service provider, which even then probably is only just a few and would be very similar. You still couldn't sign up to, for example, wordpress multiple times by just changing your IP on your home network, could you?
     
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    Flex1 Regular Member Premium Member

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    You can have an infinite amount. What your router is doing is changing it's MAC address and there fore changing your IP. I have done this over 50 times in one day, and never repeated the same IP.
     
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