New IP with dial up modem....???

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Hanginout, Sep 23, 2009.

  1. Hanginout

    Hanginout Newbie

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    I know dial up is slow. But do you recieve a new IP address each time you dial in. Net Zero for example. Would you get a new IP address each time you dialed in?
     
  2. thestrangefruit

    thestrangefruit Regular Member

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    Depends on the company you are using.
     
  3. Hanginout

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    Im not using anyone yet. If you can recommend one that give a new IP per dial up Id appreciate it.
     
  4. jellyfish

    jellyfish Junior Member

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    I can't recommend you on any isp that gives new ip every time you'r connected but i think allmost every dial-up company has pool of ips,each time u connect you'll get a new one,however it could be a small isp with a small pool and in that case you could get the same ip twice.but basicly i don't think dialup is Static ip.
     
  5. myrtlebeachdude

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    From my experience you receive a new ip address upon every disconnect/reconnect.

    However, it seems its always like this.

    First connect ip: 123.32.23.4
    Second connect ip: 123.32.23.7

    From my experience only the last block changes, so its not of a dynamic change as it could be, thus making it easier for craigslist to block you out. Keep in mind, 97% of dial up #s are soft blocked, so if you plan on using that for CL plan on obtaining PVAs.
     
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