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VPS with changing IP

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  1. VanillaH

    VanillaH Regular Member

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    Now, I'm not an expert with VPS, so forgive me if my question is a bit silly. Basically, I'd like to have a VPS where its IP changes automatically every two or three days. Does that exist? Do I need something else like a VPN? How much does it cost?

    Thanks.
    Vanilla
     
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  2. Sophie

    Sophie Elite Member Premium Member

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    I doubt that exists, though. Usually VPS providers uses static IPs... if it changes dynamically, it would be hard to monitor via console, wouldn't it?

    Why not just use a proxy and treat it as an IP?
     
  3. thetrustedzone

    thetrustedzone Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    you need VPS and VPN rotate IPs
     
  4. qrazy

    qrazy Senior Member

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    I am not sure if there are any VPS with dynamic IP's - reason is it's hard to resolve website address by the Nameservers, although it's possible. Depending on your need, you can use VPS with VPNs or proxies.
     
  5. datomcat

    datomcat Newbie

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    It may be a little more expensive, but if you use Amazon's EC2 platform to run your virtual servers you can change IP's whenever you want. Each VPS has a dedicated "internal IP" inside EC2 (10.X.X.X) which never changes, it gets outside/internet connectivity from "Elastic IPs" that can be changed ondemand - there's even an API for it.

    I've written an app that does exactly this, its running on an EC2 VPS and periodically (~36 hours) it changes its IP by first requesting a new "Elastic IP" and then assigning it to itself, releasing the previous one - the change is instantaneous. Amazon may seem expensive but you can do just about everything with their 'Spot Instances' which are 1/5th the price .. just make sure you backup your stuff incase you're Spot Price is outbid.
     
  6. iampresent

    iampresent Junior Member

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    if you only need an ip that's in the same country that you are in (ie you don't need an ip for china if you are in usa) you can use a dongle it changes ip address every time you unplug and plug it back into your computer or laptop, verizon is good also tmobile
     
  7. nickk

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    The most easy to go solution would be to use a VPN with your VPS.
    The difficulty of changing IP in a VPS is that it has to be done manually at back end.
    If you are willing to pay cost for extra IP's per month I can offer alongside with my VPS service
     
  8. frankweerasinghe

    frankweerasinghe Regular Member

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    Try hopspot shield free version. :)
     
  9. VanillaH

    VanillaH Regular Member

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    Thank you guys.