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Change public IP address

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Is there a way to change my public IP address other than "use a robot to unplug my modem and plug it back again" or "change modem daily" or "contact my ISP daily" as i found with some research.

I can do it manually by logging in to my IP address. I have an option there where i can disconnect and connect back again. That does change my public IP address but even if i automate that, it wouldn't work on other connections.
 

So any other options?

 

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Why would you want to change your public IP address?


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I detecte some automatation on my address and rather than banning them i prefere simply changing my public address.

Now that you know the reason will you help me?

 

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Sounds like you have a ISP that does not hold a lease for your router/model so you get a new IP.

There is no way to "change" your public IP on your side its all driven by your provider, the one thing you can do from your side is look into proxy servers so that the first IP seen by is the proxy and not your public address.

Edit: Your Reason makes no sense, if people are on your "public ip" changing the IP will not fix it, you need to get them off your network.  Soon as your IP changes your router is going to NAT any/all traffic on the network to the new address including the "bad" traffic.

Change your SSID

Impliment MAC Filtering

Disable DHCP

Disable SSID Broadcast

Change your Wireless Security Protocol

Etc

Those are things for security, not changing your public IP. 

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Impliment MAC Filtering

Disable SSID Broadcast

Those are a false feeling of security

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You need to control your modem (router) via SNMP/telnet/web and restart the connection...


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You need to control your modem (router) via SNMP/telnet/web and restart the connection...

 

Most providers will not issue you a new public IP immediately. Maybe if you wait a couple of hours before reconnecting...


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Impliment MAC Filtering

Disable SSID Broadcast

Those are a false feeling of security

 

While its true turning off SSID Broadcast is not a real security measure, if the OP has random people jumping on his wireless its a great thing to do in a laymans environment, MAC Filtering however I strongly disagree.  If you only allow the MAC of your devices access and all other devices are cast out that is a very strong security measure.

Yes you can spoof a MAC but again thats not something the average person would know how to do and they would need to know the MAC to spoof its not exactly easy to guess a 48bit address so you have to sniff it, if you have good encryption going on they cant sniff it to begin with so it makes brute force cracking a good encryption harder.

By any logic you could say none of those are "security" since all of them can be cracked/broken, but they work like an onion and each layer bolsters the one before and after it creating a more secure network, and by that they are all security methods and all valid suggestions.

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Can you do what you want, manually from your computer keyboard and mouse?

Yes on my computer. But that wouldn't work on an other computer with another connection.

It is not about high security. Noone is trying to hack me. Sometimes my wife watches livestreams and i get some ads that spot my public IP address and then they send me ads. I discovered that as soon as i renew my public IP they stop sending me ads.

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Sometimes my wife watches livestreams and i get some ads that spot my public IP address and then they send me ads.

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My only other two wild ideas are.

1.) Automate entering your routers config page (say 192.168.1.1) and making a change in the settings that would trigger the reset of your address, be that a reboot, changing from dhcp to static ip for the WAN side, etc.

2.) Get a WeMo switch that can phisically turn off/on the power to the device.  I integrated my WeMo switches to Autoit by first interfacing it to IFTTT so that an email can turn them off/on and then I setup an autoit GUI that has buttons that generate those emails.  So I have a GUI to turn off/on things in my house.  Its not as clean as I wanted but it works. 

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