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IP Addresses on Verizon Wireless

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mcgill53, Mar 4, 2009.

  1. mcgill53

    mcgill53 Junior Member

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    HI
    Can anyone tell me if a Verizon Wireless internet connection
    changes IP's as you are using or will it change and how?


    Thanks
    John:)
     
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  2. ezcoin

    ezcoin BANNED BANNED

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    With Verizon Wireless aircards you can just log off then log back on again and get a new IP address.

    Just go to hxxp://www.ip-adress.com and check each time to see the new address. Be sure to replace the xx with tt.
     
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  3. mdv1975

    mdv1975 Junior Member

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    Definitely changes 99.9% of time. I know others ahve had luck with Verizon cards, but I was never able to get good reception (even though my verizon phone is great.) On the flip side, my Sprint card gets great reception, but CL has banned every one of those IPs from what I can tell.
     
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  4. ezcoin

    ezcoin BANNED BANNED

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    You are right, mdv1975, the aircards are not any good any more for Craigs postings. I use dial up and it works great. Slow but it works.
     
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  5. blackmagiquellc

    blackmagiquellc BANNED BANNED

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    lol I need some postings on dial-up

    PM me
     
  6. mdv1975

    mdv1975 Junior Member

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    ezcoin - what dial up do you use?

    Its been so long since I tried that - but maybe worth a try for some small posting projects.