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    xbachir
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    Hey, 

    If I bot on my pc and get banned and then change the ipv4 adress shown at cmd ipconfig, would I be safe to bot on another account with an non flagged ip?

    Like if I change the last 3 digits of my ipv4 would I be using it  as a non flagged ip?

    Would it be an fresh ip?

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    Depending on your ISP you might be able to get a new IP address by disconnecting your modem from the wall for a few minutes or maybe even overnight.

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    Runescape doesnt care about your internal ip get the ip from whatismyip.com or something xD

    yeah how can I change that one, my provider says I have dynamic ip. 

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    yeah how can I change that one, my provider says I have dynamic ip. 

    Don't shoot me on this one, but dynamic IP means your IP changes every couple of hours or something (can last up to months, but usually just a couple of hours).

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    Don't shoot me on this one, but dynamic IP means your IP changes every couple of hours or something (can last up to months, but usually just a couple of hours).

    Depends on the DHCP release time.

     

    I have a DHCP release time of 7 days. This means that I gotta unplug my router for at least 7 days.

    Depending on your ISP you might be able to get a new IP address by disconnecting your modem from the wall for a few minutes or maybe even overnight.

    This.

     

    And if that doesnt work, just get a new router. 

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    Depends on the DHCP release time.

     

    I have a DHCP release time of 7 days. This means that I gotta unplug my router for at least 7 days.

    This.

     

    And if that doesnt work, just get a new router. 

    Well it says for me that DHCP lease time is 3600 seconds. 

    But it only changes my ipv4 and not my actual ip adress shown on whatsmyip.com

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    I have a dynamic IP that changes when I turn the router off for 30 seconds ~ 1 minute. Check your ip at http://whatismyip.com, unplug your router and plug it again in a minute and check the website again. If your IP changes then you don't need proxies and GGWP

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