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How to change the IP address of my computer

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by lovetrain, Mar 9, 2015.

  1. lovetrain

    lovetrain Registered Member

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    Hi

    I need your help. I want to make IG accounts on my computer with Bluestacks. Thatswhy i have to change the IP of my computer. I have a few private Proxies already but now im not able to change my IP.

    In the internet i found some tutorials and how-tos but nothing is working.

    Anybody an idea what i can do?
     
  2. agsllc

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    depends on your internet..router reset would prolly do it
     
  4. juanpopo

    juanpopo Power Member

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    have ypu tried using a VPN?
     
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    A VPN wouldn't be better than private proxies, too many users piled up on one IP and who knows what they could be doing with them.
     
  6. lovetrain

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    Thanks for your help.

    I used the tutorial from the youtube video. But its not funtion for me, after using i just get an "Cache Access Denied" Error.
     
  7. lovetrain

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    Can i get a VPS Server and change on this computer the IP?
    No idea if thats working, maybe somebody here can tell me?!
     
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    agsllc Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Can you clarify a little? I'm not really sure what you're asking.
     
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    The "Cache Access Denied" error implies that your server isn't configured correctly. Are you using squid on your own server or are you using a proxy service?
     
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    if you have a dynamic ip then you can keep restarting your router for a fresh New IP address. Try It
     
  11. papercut

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    Either by:
    1) Resetting your router if you are allocated a dynamic IP

    2) Using a VPN to mask your IP

    3) Using a public, secure proxy
     
  12. papercut

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    Yes - that will work, either install OpenVPN or a PPTP server on it, (pptpd).
     
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    1 reason i hate having a 100% static ip, its a pain in the ass on cable
    i miss my old days of dsl where ip changed with every modem boot
     
  14. papercut

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    Lucky you! Since the shortage of IPv4, ISP's have started giving customers a dynamic address.
     
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    agsllc Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    With cable I don't think a dynamic IP is possible, but phone line internet eg. DSL has always been a dynamic IP as far as I know.

    As far as the shortage of IPv4, this is somewhat false. Just because the RIRs have a low number of IPs doesn't mean there is a shortage, it just means they have given away most of their IPs. The IPs that they've given away are still in existence and can be bought and sold just like any other commodity. The market for IPv4s will continue long after the RIRs are completely out of IPv4s until IPv6 reaches a much higher utilization, which is currently only about 5% globally.
     
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    correct cable ips are 100% static , they do however change by 1/2 digits when
    plugged into a router but thats it, and again correct dsl is dynamic but its a mixed bag
    i found back in 2008 dsl was crap in the uk not reliable , where as cable was alot better
     
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    provider if it's static, unplug and plug if dynamic
     
  18. papercut

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    IPv6 is at a low rate because upstream providers are chewing every last bit out of the old age IPv4 sytem which needs to eventually be slowly disused else people will no longer be able to connect to certain sites.
     
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    Yes if that website only has an IPv6 and not an IPv4, and this is really not the case yet. Right now I think they're plenty of IPv4 addresses to go around. One IPv4 address can be used for hundreds of websites, that's what shared hosting is. The reason why the RIRs supply of IPv4 has been dropping quickly is because orgs with large IP allocations already are doing everything they can to get the last ones left, but there are probably about a billion IPv4 addresses not being used right now.

    I think the real utilization of IPv6 will come when they start giving IPs to things like household appliances, things like toaster ovens will have IPs :) When that happens you'll need to access these devices from a system that uses an IPv6 address and that's when people will really start needing them.
     
  20. papercut

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    Finally, somebody sees my point. It's big companies like Ford who have /17's which are probably being disused which needs the addresses circalating back in to RIR's.

    Another incident, for example, a bankrupt BOOK SHOP chain had a /16 IPv4 block which were probably 70% being left utilized!
    http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2011/12/05/borders_flogs_ipv4_addys/