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How to get new IP without shared Vpn Service?

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by big cat, Nov 5, 2014.

  1. big cat

    big cat Registered Member

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    Ok. so all my stealth accounts recently keep getting closed before I get started. It's gotta be the ip since everything new on account.
    How can I get a new VPN for specific cities without a shared vpn service? I don't really want anything where I have to go in a change in manually as I am not too tech savvy. I have multiple ebay accounts so I want something easy.

    Is there a vpn service where its not shared ip's or is there another simple way do changing the ip without a vpn? I has to be in several different cities.
     
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    HostKnight Registered Member

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    You need to look into renting a DSL line if you want good results. It won't be cheap
     
  3. mrkay

    mrkay Newbie

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    Use socks 5 or setup private vpn
     
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    Private VPN or VPS with static ip is good, sent you a message too.
     
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    A VPS would be the cheapest option, I would check with some of the providers here with specific request and might get lucky.
     
  6. BigMoneyyy

    BigMoneyyy Power Member

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    Just go with a VPS, dedicated socks 5 proxies or your own dedicated server with proxies.
     
  7. big cat

    big cat Registered Member

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    What is socks?....
     
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    Try Hidemyass's VPN

    HMA VPN

    I've been using it fine - you can also have it rotate IPs within certain intervals i.e. 5 mins.
     
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    Thats no good eventually you will get limited, when you get on a ip that someone else used and got limited

    hma has a ton of users & all shared ips
     
  10. jmt123

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    If you have multiple stealth accounts, then getting a VPS for each one works but that can get expensive depending on how many accounts you have. Proxies can had to find truly private/reliable ones. VPNs work only if you aren't using a popular one that isn't shared. And with the above 3 options, there's always the possibility that ebay could go on a banning spree against accounts ran on a particular company's IPs.

    You can't really beat hotspots/dongles/tethering, especially for the non-tech savy. The monthly fee would be about the same as 1-2 VPSs, but you'd get access to an extremely large amount of IPs. You don't have to do anything fancy to get a new IP - just reset the device. And your ISP would be Sprint/T-mobile/Verizon/AT&T or whatever you chose.

    The IP location relative to your stealth account doesn't matter. You can run a stealth with a west coast address with an east coast IP, for example. This would only be a problem if you had a huge amount of stealths, you live in a small town, and are selling similar (especially risky) items.
     
  11. big cat

    big cat Registered Member

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    jmt123 thanks for the info. can you tell me about dongles/tethering ? I can't run to a wifi hotspot everytime I need to work on an account. Can this be used with home internet? Can you explain in a little more detail exactly how it works....sorry like I said not tech savvy never used one before.

    Also I have always been told to have the ip relatively near the address on the stealth account??
     
  12. jmt123

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    Dongles and hotspots are similar in function; they just have a few differences.

    A dongle is just a tiny piece of hardware you plug into an open USB port on your computer. A hotspot is a tiny square that doesn't need to be plugged into a USB or anything. There are different types of hotspots, but the ones I am referring to are 4G hotspots.Both dongles and hotspots run on a particular cell phone carrier's network such as Verizon or T-mobile, so you don't need to have access to wifi to use them. They essentially become wifi hotspots themselves actually. You just have to pay a one time fee for the device (price varies depending on the model but you can save money buying a used one), then the monthly fee to the cell phone carrier.

    Once you turn the dongle/hotpost on, it will show up as a list of network connections on your computer. You then click on it, put in the password and you're connected. You can use them anywhere that you have cell service. To get a new IP, just turn on/off airplane mode (if using a laptop), or just reset the device. Not all cell carriers are equal in terms of pricing, available IPs, and ease of switching IPs. AT&T is probably the worst when it comes to getting a new IP. Often times you'll reset the device and the IP will stay the same. T-mobile can act that way as well, but not as much. And they're overall the cheapest. Verizon has the largest amount of IPs, but is the most expensive. I haven't tried out Sprint or any other carriers. You'll have to figure out which carrier is best for you.

    Tethering is also similar. You turn on an option somewhere in your phone's settings, then your phone becomes a hotspot that a computer can connect to. Again, you would be using a cell provider's internet here, so it works wherever you have cell service. You may pay for tethering already in your monthly cell bill so this could be a good start.

    If going one of these routes, make sure to keep track of all of your IPs. You don't want to log into two accounts with the same IP accidentally, so just check the IP every time before you log into ebay/paypal and jot it down.

    The IP location doesn't matter at all as long as it's in the same country. For example, if you're in the US and you have a stealth account whose address is in New York, you can connect to it with a California IP just fine. IP location tracking can be very inaccurate and can show your location as being a few states away from where you actually are. So you can safely have accounts across the country and use IPs not anywhere near them. The overall quality of the IP matters much more than the location.
     
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  13. big cat

    big cat Registered Member

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    Thanks Jmt123 very well and simply explained.
     
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    There are softwares that can allow you use up to different ips on 5 different browsers for your works,run a google search
     
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    How does ebay relate to international IPs ? I have been told here that it is best to register and all using a US IP, after that, when its international, it doesn't matte.r Is it true ?
     
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    But aren't those dongles/hotspots just for connecting in airports and hotels?