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Mac Makeup And Changing Ip Address

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#1 killer_kyle


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Posted 01 April 2008 - 10:07 PM

Im trying to change my IP because I got banned from my friends TS server and I want to get back in lol

I'm not realyl sure whihc section to put this in but I decided on here because it involves the program macMakeup

But anyways, I found this guide: http://www.d3scene.com/forum/wow-private-s...ast-ip-ban.html

I tried the thing with the router and it didn't work. So I tried the 2nd step with MacMakeup and I cannot get that to work either. When I select my network card there is no MAC address, but I hit generate random, and then I change it, then my internet connection is lost and I power cycle my modem and router and then my internet connection still doesn't work... So I have to click remove the MAC address and my connection is restored.. with the same IP.

I'm assuming Mac Makeup is not working because no MAC address shows up before I generate one... does this mean my IP is dynamic and not static?

Anyone can help me change my IP address??


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Posted 01 April 2008 - 10:28 PM

Sounds to me like you are trying to circumvent business security.

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