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how to change my IP

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Derik, Nov 13, 2009.

  1. Derik

    Derik Regular Member

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    I am using high speed cable broadband connection with comcast (US) and they provide dynamic ip.

    I need to change my IP. Despite of trying the following steps my IP never changes.

    1. Cleared cookies
    2. Ipconfig/release then restart
    3. Reset Modem
    4. Reset my modem and unpluged and left if over night.
    5. Reset modem pluged directly to my computer did ipconfig/release.
    6. Tried a program called hide my IP, it hides my IP but doesnt do wat i need to do.


    None of the above works.
    Any suggestions

    Thanks
     
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  3. Derik

    Derik Regular Member

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    will try tht out and let u know how it went...
     
  4. flightrisk

    flightrisk Junior Member

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    you need to change the MAC address....then power down the modem and renew ip


    http://www.technitium.com/

    works like a charm

    also all this info is already posted...you must search ;]
     
  5. MachTurtle

    MachTurtle Newbie

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    You need to go into your router and hash out a new MAC Address. To come up with a new MAC you simply need to roll each character (not each pair) to the next one up. the numbers go 1 through 9, the letters go A through F. for instance, if one pair read [32], you would add one to each character making it [43]. If it were [AC] you would change it to [BD]. If it were [2F], it would become [3A], and so on. You change all the fields, except for the first one, as it should always read [00].

    save this, and then go to the status area of your router and hit DHCP release. At this time power cycle your modem. Once the connection has been re-established, hit DCHP renew, and vioala, you have a brand spankin new IP addy.
     
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