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IP address issue

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by eGomes2107, Aug 24, 2013.

  1. eGomes2107

    eGomes2107 Newbie

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    Hey guys, got myself into a little trouble here and lookin for help to get out.... I used to have Comcast back in my stealth days a couple years ago and changing their IP address was a brees...well now I got verizon and went in to try it with them, I couldn't find the option to change the MAC address and seen a selection where I could select it to automatically detect a IP address, now I see that was a bad idea lol now I get no Internet and can't even get back into the router to change that selection back....I tried looking up the IP config and used that one in the address bar and no dice....if anyone knows, how do I fix this mess?
     
  2. gho$t

    gho$t Newbie

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    Can you at least reset the router/modem to original settings? Usually on the back is a button on the modem that reset everything back. Also check your settings on the PC to make sure they aren't conflicting with the modem and check your cables.
    If you using windows, go to command prompt and type
    ipconfig /all
    look for the default gateway to tap back in the router/modem
    Hope it works

    And if you are going to change your MAC address, use TMAC address changer. It's free, you can get it on cnet, and it makes like easier.
     
  3. eGomes2107

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    Thx, I will try all that now and report back if successful or not.
     
  4. eGomes2107

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    Reset worked, Thanks man! Now how do I go about changing this thing, it doesnt give me any option to change MAC address like the comcast method did.
     
  5. gho$t

    gho$t Newbie

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    I use TMAC address changer. It's pretty simple. I haven't used it since my main pc is down a week ago. You don't even have to go in windows settings to change anything. TMAC does it for you.
    I would give you the link but i'm restricted.
    It's actually called "Technitium MAC Adress Changer"
     
  6. Nonofficial

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    I downloaded this, and I checked the random MAC address and clicked "Change Now"

    According to TMAC Software my MAC address was changed but my IP did not change, when I googled it.

    I thought if MAC Address changes, my IP will also change. How am I suppose to make a new stealth account if I cannot have my IP change?
     
  7. Riders On The Storm

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    tmac is worth to give a shot
     
  8. surftheair

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    why don't you use virtual machine with virtual private server(vps)?
     
  9. gho$t

    gho$t Newbie

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    I said it will change your "MAC Address." Not IP Adress. For that you'll need a VPS or if you're cheap like me Tor or something like that.
     
  10. Nonofficial

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    To make a new stealth account, you need new MAC Address and new IP address, am I right?

    Yes I am cheap like you lol, please tell me how to change my IP address. What is Tor?
     
  11. eGomes2107

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    From what I understand, Proxies like TOR wont work