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I looking for ip changer what is faster than PROXY (i tried Elite Proxy Switcher + Firefox add-on, but it's too slow. I set automatic switching to 4 sec and yes he change the ip every 4 sec however it's not enough because it loads pages very slowly.) Secondly I tried the TOR Project but this is not good..because the TOR would be nice and working good however he needs more than 10 seconds, a new identity and it's not to good for me because i want to change my ip lass than 10 sec.

So I find the solution. This is IPfucker alias ipFlood (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox.../ipflood/)

But it does not work on all sites unfortunately...because this is just simulation "Simulate the use of a series of proxy changing at each new connection.".

Anyone knows a solution to the problem? Is there an alternative (VPS, Proxy, TOR)?

Thanks in advice.

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What are you trying to do and why? –  pjc50 Nov 14 '12 at 10:25
    
I want to test a new system. –  Carol Nov 14 '12 at 10:38
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This is a classic "XY problem". There's something you need to do, and you think changing your IP address will do it, so you ask how to change your IP address. But actually, there is no problem that would be solved this way. It simply won't work. (It's like moving every day, and still expecting to get your mail.) If you tell us your actual problem in detail, we can try to help you solve it. –  David Schwartz Nov 14 '12 at 10:45
    
Reading this is like reading an essay entitled "What I did this summer" by someone starting in the second grade. –  Ярослав Рахматуллин Nov 14 '12 at 13:18

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There's no point. The only benefit in having an IP address assigned to you is that packets bound for that IP address on the Internet will get to you. But if you change it that rapidly, those packets won't actually get to you anyway. So there would be no point. You're doing something in such a way that you don't get the only benefit that doing that thing provides. It simply makes no sense.

Whatever you are actually trying to do, there's probably a way to do it.

In fact, you have already discovered that changing every 4 seconds breaks things -- yet you want to change even more often than that. That will just break things more.

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