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If you have DSL, here's how to change Your IP in 2 Seconds

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  1. Gogeta

    Gogeta Power Member

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    Here is an easy way to quickly change your ip address. First find your router home page,if you cannot try looking in the manual or searching Google. After you find it and it. Now you can change your ip alot faster. :D

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  2. Jimmyvee

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    This only works with DSL. if you have cable then it's much harder to change your IP
     
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  3. Gogeta

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    Yeah sorry :( this only works for people with DSL.
     
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    Even better.....get an air card. You can change your IP addy without any scripts, programs, exe or anything. Just login and logoff bam! instant new IP addy.
     
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  5. foxler

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    on my network its 192.168.0.1 but it changes depending on the router and it asks for the username and pass, if you don't know your check the box or instructions it should be on there.
     
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    there are tons of you*tube tutorials on this very subject for those of you who don't like to read.
     
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    I'm surprised coz on my network too is 192.168.0.1, i thought that address was specifically for me. That's something :confused:
     
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    I've updated the title to reflect that this usually only works with DSL.

    If you aren't sure what your modem's LAN address is, Google your modem's company (Ex. Linksys) + model number + "LAN address", and it should give you the results.
     
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    This works if you have a dynamic modem. If not you will need to do it the old way disconnect, wait about 10mn then restart.
     
  10. le5oy

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    that's your internal ip, you external one is your unique ip address.
     
  11. le5oy

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    it should also on the back of your router ;)
     
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    192.168.0.0 - 192.168.255.255 are reserved for private networks. You cannot access a computer outside of your network by going to one of these IP addresses. If you try to access one of those IP addresses you'll either go to a computer within your network or it won't resolve.
     
  13. jzero88

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    Not trying to Flame but this guy is an idiot. If you think you can change your I.P. go to http://www.whatismyip.com and check it. Try your little trick and go back to that website. You will then see it did not change. You are only changing your Local Networks I.P. for your comp. You can always change that I.P. but as someone mentioned before you can't change your external I.P. The only way you can somewhat change it is by using a Proxy. Good luck.:yield:
     
  14. Gogeta

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    Noob it does work think before you type man.

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  15. jzero88

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    Apologies . I stand corrected.
     
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  16. Essential Clix

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    This may work some times for static IPs, but it is not fool-proof. For instance, where I live, Comcast bases the IP on the modem's MAC address. I once left my modem off for a week and when I came back and turned it on, the IP was the same.. You can try to spoof or change your modem's MAC address, but I've also heard of people having to call up their cable companies to give them their new MAC address, because their Internet stopped working once they changed it.

    DSL, for the most part, is based on the use of dynamic IPs (good thing). You have to specifically request a static IP with most DSL companies.
     
  17. digitali16

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    Wow something I know a little something about and on this forum it is not easy LOL. This is hands down one of the best informed forums around. However I must say that for some years during the dark days myself and my brother punched a clock working for Verizon DSL. The trick will work on some systems and it depends but most large companies do base it on your Mac addy as has been posted and all this 192xxxx is a local IP changing it will effect nothing.

    On a somewhat sad note many people pay for the priveledge of having a static IP in the business section yet almost all customers have the static IP. Even spoofing only got you a call to me as changing the Mac ruins your access. I have used Bellsouth and Roadrunner basically noting the same thing and I am pretty sure most of Comcast is setup the same way. As many release and renews I done with customers upto 500 a day ( They all got that same IP ). Not trying to flame or disagree with anyone if this works for you fine but you are by far the minority.
     
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    A idiot calling someone an idiot. That's pretty funny.
     
  19. SlowNsteady

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    I have comcast too. In order to change your ip address with a static ip, you must have a router. Log into your Routers Control Panel. Go to Mac Address & hit 'clone'. Change a few letters and digits in the address. Save your changes. Now unplug both your Router and Modem. Now reconnect and enjoy your new ip. Your welcome ;)

    I have comcast with a static ip and this works.
     
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    lol that is hilarious- can hear someone saying here "takes one to know one "

    lol