any ITfags here?
I often get IP banned for something I didn't do. Is it because my ISP shares the same IP with other users?
In my school they never told us about isp's recycling IP addresses. However I read on here the other day that some anon gets banned, then unplugs his router and waits then plugs it back in for a new IP. Idk if this is legit or not.
Click Start->Run, type cmd and press Enter. Type ipconfig /release at the prompt window, press Enter, it will release the current IP configuration. Type ipconfig /renew at the prompt window, press Enter, wait for a while, the DHCP server will assign a new IP address for your computer.
Basically this, you should be able to ask your ISP for a static IP and they'll give you one if you pay a little extra.
A static IP will never change until you cancel your service.
Static IPs can give you certain advantages, like when you are hosting small services. Like, you have a large pron collection and a webserver running. You give your friends the IP and a open port on your computer, and then they can download your stuff.
Instead of porn, it can also be some pirated games or CP or whatever. I have a static IP. Not too unhappy about it.
You literally have no idea what you are talking about.
This only renews your local LAN IP address. The device connecting you to the internet, i.e. your router or whatever, will still have the same IP. Your router is the DHCP device you fucking weeaboo.
A static IP is the preferred choice if you use your Internet connection for anything besides dicking around.
If you end up getting swatted it certainly has nothing to do with you using a dynamic IP address, wtf. How the hell can you be this retarded?
In the case that I described, the dynamic IP that your ISP gives you is held by the router. What you do with that command is renewing the IP that your router, in detail, the DHCP server in our router gave you.
Your router gives you shit IPs like 192.168.X.X. That one is renewed. But such IPs are not used in databases for bans, because they are local.
And your ISP gives you global IPs like 184.108.40.206 (not exactly, this is a google DNS, but you get the point).
Learn into IT, faggot.
Yes, if you use a router or a switch those commands will only reset your LAN IP.
If you're connected to your ISP directly(not recommended unless your ISP has properly configured NAT) and your ISP uses dynamic IPs then you may get a new one.
I got banned the other day on my phone for a post someone made in /TV/ back in 2013. It went away a few minutes later, but its happened a couple times in the past to. Just a weird glitch on the site?
Shut the fuck up. You're the worst kind of sperg -- you know a few words but you don't know what they actually mean.
NAT has absolutely nothing to do with any of this. NAT is when you have several clients on a LAN all going out to the internet on the same WAN IP.
Yes, if you have a router conntected inbetween you and your ISP will only reset your local LAN address. If you're not using a router you'll get a new dynamic IP. Which is most likely what the person you responded to is doing. You're under the assumption that everyone uses a router to connect to the Interent, which is wrong.
If you run the equalient of those commands from your router you will also get a new dynamic IP.
Also, learning how to set up a home network barely qualifies as IT, but keep telling yourself that if it makes you feel like better than everyone else.
Please shut the fuck up you fucking wannabe.
>Yes, if you have a router conntected inbetween you and your ISP will only reset your local LAN address. If you're not using a router you'll get a new dynamic IP.
And now read what I wrote:
>That only works if you are not behind a router. If you are, it does jack shit.
Please kill yourself.
Regardless of whether you use a router or not, you still have a LAN IP address. That command only resets your LAN IP. ipconfig commands only apply to the local network, they don't send requests to your ISP you fucking idiot. Just stop talking, you have no idea what the fuck you are on about.
Whatever you need to tell yourself to feel better.
I responded to your orginial post and explained to why you were wrong, and you refer to me to your damage control post and goes on the offense. Go you!
Your ISP might be leasing dynamic IPs. Large ISPs do this to conserve what few IPs they are allowed to issue. Ask them if you can get a static IP, its usually free.
>Regardless of whether you use a router or not, you still have a LAN IP address.
Errr, no. LAN = Local Area Network. Like, VERY local. If you don't have a router, then you don't have a LAN.
ITT: frontline support techs try to outdo each other with the tiny bit of networking knowledge they have acquired after years of telling people to switch their router off and on again
get on my level niggers
I am a programmer who specialized on network programming. I have written my own HTTP stack in C which connects to Tor to monitor and download threads on 4chan.
Get on MY level, nigger.
Lets kill ourselfs
Can 4chan ban you instantly for something, possibly by already having the filename of what you're uploading on a database of things the mods deem illegal? A couple of times I've received a ban for reposting something from a previous thread then getting a ban like 30 seconds later even if no one asks for mods.
Lemme try to put it this way:
They CAN. Look up MD5/SHA to learn about checksums. If 4chan would check against blacklisted checksums and got a hit, they COULD do that.
But most probably, they aren't. Because this software is over 9000 years old, and the admin does not give a flying fuck.
Tor does not really work on 4chan unless you only want to read. The moment you try to post something, they give you "b&" right up your ass.
Also, Tor is there to protect your anonymity. That makes it a nice tool for criminals as well - but some people actually use it because they want to protect themselves. Sounds strange, doesn't it?
Its strange though, I saved a webm of a couple having sex, clearly not cp but I instantly got banned when I reposted it. I thought it was just a mistake so reset my router and tried posting it again, tried it 3 times in total. Same result everytime.
In order to change your ip address on a dynamic ip leasing system (like 90 percent of all home internet connections) you need to change the mac address of the main device or router you are using.
The alternative is to wait several days with the router turned off but there is no guarantee that it will work.
On routers like my linksys you simply have to log into the router and look for the option that says use custom mac address. Then just change a letter or number in the mac address and reset router and modem.
Boom you have a new IP.
Not completely sure on that one, but 4G applies to a different level in the network stack (level 1 and 2). IP is level 3. Which means that it still depends on your ISP whether you get a static or dynamic IP - just like with normal connections on your PC.
Id be surprised if phones werent dynamic.
With how short the lifespan of a mobile device is, it really doesnt make sense to put extra strain on your device management systems by giving them static ips.
The problem is the lease time on those ips. It could be a week, which means unless you can go without your phone for a week you could be out of luck. Id wager you could call the phone company and ask them to swtich it for you.
Two processes. One is your normal browser that you do for everyday shit /b/ faggotry. The second one is the Tor browser which you use for your criminal activities.
The only hard thing here is not to mix them up. That can prove deadly.
>tfw too many unjustified bans
4chan mods are a joke
That's why I said that it depends on the ISP.
There is nothing in the 4G specification that forces ISP to hand out only static or only dynamic ISPs. And the conditions to which one can connect through an ISPs network can be altered - if it's profitable for them, that is.
Default would be dynamic though, I agree.
That was me.
And at least from what I experienced I can say that they don't let you. They let you read things, but once you try to post something, it does not work.
Also, it's not that hard. Comes with the same bit of awareness that renders anti-viruses obsolete.