2
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2answers
66 views

Strange IP addresses given from router.(ISP limits number of addresses?)

Let me explain the situation: I have wireless router, that connects to DSL modem, that later goes to ISP(by f-connector if it matters). Then I have two problems with it: 1) Wireless router gives the ...
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1answer
188 views

Need Multiple IP addresses from one PC

I'm using it for online games and running programs for friends out of one PC. Limits will be placed soon, so my question is: how can I get a different IP address for each account loading up from one ...
0
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3answers
537 views

If you connect directly to your modem how does the IP address get assigned?

From my understanding your ISP will assign (sometimes dynamically) an IP address to your router. (Or is it assigned to the modem? [I'm starting to think it is.]) If it is assigned to the router, ...
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1answer
101 views

How to make static IP address dynamic

My ISP gave me static IP Address. Is there a way that I can make this static IP Address dynamic? Perhaps using either proxy or any other application?
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3answers
59 views

Dynamic IP range

With a dynamic IP address, each time I start up my router I get a new IP address by my ISP. But is there any sort of range where that IP is taken from? I mean, after X new requests, is there a chance ...
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5answers
2k views

What keeps you from changing your public IP address and wreaking havok?

An interesting question was asked of me and I did not know what to answer. So I'll ask here. Let's say I subscribed to an ISP and I'm using cable internet access. The ISP gives me a public IP address ...
0
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1answer
588 views

freebsd server can't connect to internet when static ip is assigned

I have a freeBSD server that worked fine in its old location, but I moved it to a new location with a new ISP and a new static IP address. I replaced the old static IP with the new static IP in ...
2
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0answers
387 views

cant access my site is my ip blocked by ISP

I want to know if my ISP has blocked my website www.indolog.com . If i use another ISP it works fine. Below are the tracert log C:\>tracert www.indolog.com Tracing route to indolog.com ...
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2answers
763 views

How to circumvent a private WAN IP address?

I just signed up with a new ISP and I got a dynamic private-range (172) IP as WAN address on my firewall/router, so I can't do any port forwarding. They say that to do port forwarding I must buy a ...
0
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1answer
81 views

Mulitple ISP IP's pointing to one router

My ISP is providing me with two dynamic and one static IP. My question is: How is it possible to have three IP's, but i only have one router? Or is it that i can only have a static or a dynamic ip ...
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1answer
109 views

How do i setup this ip for two location which will be using a same gateway as different subnet?

I have two public IP, they have not given me any subnetmask and gateway for those two. But in seperate they have given me one subnet mask/gateway as below: 217.91.227.x 217.91.170.x To be use ...
0
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1answer
259 views

Is it possible to use a static IP assigned by my ISP for an offsite web server on a VPS (different ISP)?

I have a web server on a Virtual Private Server with a hosting provider. Unfortunately, they are really stingy with IP addresses and I need to run several SSL certificates on my server, so I will need ...
2
votes
2answers
542 views

Can I have the same public IP while conected to different ISPs?

I have a possible disaster recovery scenario, use a production server with public IP from AT&T, the disaster recovery server should have the same public IP but with a different ISP (Time Warner or ...
2
votes
2answers
1k views

Reliably determine range of IP addresses that could be assigned to router

Like many of us with home internet service provided by ISPs, my router/modem is dynamically assigned an external IP address, typically within a range. When the router is reset (e.g. by a power ...
3
votes
1answer
164 views

A Canadian in Berlin - problems with FTP and IP numbers - anyone have ideas?

Thanks for taking the time. My problem- I am a Canadian (with Canadian laptop) presently in Berlin. For some reason I am having repeated connectivity problems -- At my flat I cannot connect via ...
2
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2answers
458 views

What are the advantages of a fixed IP address?

My ISP provides an option to pay for a fixed IP address. What are the advantages of a fixed IP address? This relates to a home connection which will be used for general browsing, movie download / ...
2
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1answer
474 views

Hiding my location to websites with region-specific languages/content

I just went to download Microsoft Secority Essentials and it enraged me as it redirected me to a site in my home language and not the default English. If I go to America, I don't want them to speak ...
4
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3answers
5k views

How does an ISP assign IP?

I've noticed when I reconnect to internet, the last two bytes of IP address static IP changes. Does that mean when I disconnect someone else could have the same IP? How does this process differ from ...
0
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1answer
175 views

How to get a Static IP address?

I have a dynamic IP address and I don't want to change it every time I connect to the Internet. I want to get a static IP address; what can I do?
2
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1answer
854 views

Checking if my ISP supports IP multicast [closed]

I want to cast a live stream and can't tell if my ISP will support multicast or not. How do I check whether my ISP supports IP multicast?