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Is there Anything Called as Windows VPS with Dynamic/Resettable IP ?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by humvee9, Jul 13, 2012.

  1. humvee9

    humvee9 Power Member

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    So ppl,

    Let me know if this is actually possible to get Windows Based VPS in US with Dynamic IP ?

    I hope its clear to understand

    -Humvee
     
  2. Tsmash

    Tsmash Regular Member

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    I'm very interested in this as well. Any answers?
     
  3. HostStage

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    I would answer that it depends on how dynamic you need the IP to be.

    no-ip.org + HMA is a good way to go.
     
  4. Th3T3chGuy

    Th3T3chGuy Senior Member

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    Not 100% sure but look into Amazon's AWS/EC2. I believe it changes IP every time you boot it.
     
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    You can't get a Windows VPS with a dynamic IP, one thing you can do is, buy lots of IPs and then develop a custom software that would change your TCP IPv4 IPs at a regular interval.

    Another thing you can do is, use HMA Pro or any other VPN.
     
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    That's a nice twist assuming you know which IP all the time, as you would loose your RDP connection each changes, unless you use a No-IP.org service which is working fine for IP changes which occurs at least with 5 minutes in between the changes.
     
  7. Tsmash

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    Yeah I don't know what any of this means. It's just really frustrating because I need a dynamic IP that I can switch whenever I'd like and I just bought a house somewhere that doesn't have DSL so I'm basically screwed.
     
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    its called a remote PC, people get internet connections at their homes and setup a cpu on it and give you rdp access and charge you around 300 a month for it.

    they give you their modem control panel and you can restart the modem through that, and you connect through teamviewer usually as you don't knwo what ip your server has changed to and won't be able to access with rdp client with the ip.
     
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    Not sure how a dynamic IP within a VPS could solve your DSL issue :D

    You may want to look for internet over satellite which is pricey but for an IMer without DSL is a matter of survival.
     
  10. Tsmash

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    Yeah, RDSL basically. Thanks for the suggestion but I've tried that route in the past. I've used it and never had good experiences. It's usually people with 756k speeds with archaic computers which make it impossible to do anything effectively.

    Because DSL gives me a dynamic IP and I assumed a VPS with a dynamic IP could be a solution... but like I said I have no idea what I'm talking about. Can I change IP on demand with satellite internet?
     
  11. Zapdos

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    True there are problems with satellite.
    However to the person who said he should give up, totally wrong.


    I live in the middle of bumfuck nowhere. DSL ends ~1 mile down the road (~6 miles away from dslam) and cable is about 18 miles away. No dialup, no satellite, no dedicated t1 (considering it though). You can get speeds as fast (or faster) than DSL or cable. Look for wireless ISPs.
    Depending on their gear and your location you can get up to 100mbps over the air. The catch is that the gear is normally LOS based so you may require a utility pole to be put up or even a mini tower (rohn 25 @ 90ft is usually enough).

    Barring that, you could try and sign up with sprints evdo plan where you can get up to 2mbps/512k or 10mbps/2mbps if 4g.



    Now if its just a new IP you need and not speed then you have some options depending on use. For strictly web browsing and SEO tools then you can buy private proxies. Possibly even socks4/socks5 proxies. it'll cost about $1/month/ip
    If you only need a few IPs a month (about 5) then you can buy a VPN and they usually allow a few changes per month.
     
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  12. Tsmash

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    Proxies don't work for what I need them for unfortunately. However I think I have a solution figured out.

    Oh and if someone told me to give up, they are out of their minds. Why would I give up just because the options I need don't seem to be available at my new home? My new home that I paid 200k cash for using money generated from my 20k a month internet marketing income. Get the fuck out outa here.
     
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    Because when I first started the proceedings 70 days ago AT&T dsl was still available in the area. However, buying a house takes a long fucking time for some reason or another (which I hadn't anticipated). I'm finally closing on my house on Monday and I called AT&T to set up DSL and within the past 30 days they officially switched over to offering only U-Verse in the area which does not suit my needs.

    In my case living in a populated area is the problem, not living in a rural area. AT&T is slowly switching from regular DSL to U-Verse in populated areas. It's not that I can't get internet, as I can get U-Verse and Cable internet.. the problem is that I can't get DSL which is what I need.
     
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    That sucks :( maybe he a friend who lives near you to let you use his Adsl?
     
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    You could try looking at resellers. Even though AT&T doesnt offering it, the CLEC still should which means others can provide it. Qwest and Embarq come to mind.
     
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    Unfortunately I need a minimum of 3 lines (that's DSL, all in all I like to have 4 or 5 in all)

    I've looked into this but the only other DSL provider in the area does not meed the specifications that I require.

    I thought the same thing, but AT&T is basically raping everyone with this U-Verse bullshit and are forcing it upon their users.
     
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    Does anyone know how to connect to DSL (in a remote location) via a proxy so that it shows the RDSL's IP as my computers IP opposed to having to run my software in the same location as the RDSL? I know it can be done as there is a provider who offers this service. However, this service is about $400 monthly and it would be much more cost effective to do it myself in a remote office.
     
  18. Tsmash

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    thanks that definitely helps
     
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    I can give you remote PC for $200 per month. If you order 5 Or more I give $150 per PC/Month