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networking issue

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by davevtom, Feb 19, 2017.

  1. davevtom

    davevtom Newbie

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    Not sure where to post this so...

    I was wondering if someone would be kind enough to help me with some networking issues. So I have 3 networks that come into my house right now which are on separate modems/routers, however I cannot get the ips to get off the same range example: 172.55.xx.xx. I've tried changing the macs on my pc's, routers, messing with the modems however i cannot get off that first range. all the ips are dynamic and not static. Same isp also.

    Than you in advance
     
  2. ziplack

    ziplack Supreme Member

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    use a private proxy or vpn
     
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    WebzSuite Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Those dynamic IPs are assigned by your ISP, beside waiting and resetting you can't do anything about it.

    You still can use proxy or vpn
     
  4. davevtom

    davevtom Newbie

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    So i can't really use a vpn or proxy since all my networks are used for trading different types of currencies. basically all proxies and vpns are blocked and if you use them your money would end up being flagged.

    If the first two columns of the ips are the same 172.55 and the last two are different 172.55.xx.xx it's just saying that were in the same general area but different people? If that's the case how do you measure the radius someone can see?