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Reader Who Bought Huge Arsenal Of Guns Online Gets His IP Blocked
#11
Mr_Gixxer;84900 Wrote:Two words, PROXY SERVER.

Problem solved.WinkNinja

A proxy is easy to work around. TOR would work better. And even in this case, might not work at all.

It is strange though. Is it from any access, even the data on his cell phone? Is it sites that he has purchased large amounts through or all sites?

We need more info than we have.
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#12
Yea there are other ways around that im not too well versed in like DNS and VPN.
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#13
Mr_Gixxer;84916 Wrote:Yea there are other ways around that im not too well versed in like DNS and VPN.

If it was the ISP actively blocking him from accessing something, none of those tricks would work. That would be a good way for him to narrow it down though. I'm not sure the person is tech-savy in the first place though.
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ByblosHex;84871 Wrote:
Warpt762x39;84857 Wrote:My tablet changes IP addresses constantly. Google results change everytime it happens. It shows up everywhere from Maryland to New Jersey to North Carolina.

Unless you're using your home internet connection for your tablet's internet service.

Home internet changes IP addresses everytime I sign on too. The tablet is through T-mobile though.
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Warpt762x39;84971 Wrote:
ByblosHex;84871 Wrote:Unless you're using your home internet connection for your tablet's internet service.

Home internet changes IP addresses everytime I sign on too. The tablet is through T-mobile though.

Sign on to what?
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#16
For some reason my internet only recognizes one device at a time. When I switch from the laptop to the Xbox it gets a new IP address.
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#17
Warpt762x39;84857 Wrote:My tablet changes IP addresses constantly.

Anyone with a little knowledge can change their IP address(es). Not really that hard to do.
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#18
A block at the ISP level means his cable/DSL modem's IP is blocked, and likely there is MAC blocking instead. That's much more efficient than constantly changing IPs. Doesn't matter what DNS or anything else you use, if your MAC gets blocked...your MAC is the SSAN of the device, wheras the IP is just the phone number.

Would be interesting to know more about this case....
Vampire pig man since September 2012
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#19
His wife probably decided he was buying too much stuff and got in and set up filters in his router Smile
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