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Topic # 9095 19-Aug-2006 15:54
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Hey guys


I assume we cannot have a dynamic IP on cable?

Will Telstra change my IP if I ask them too, how easy and do they charge?.

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  Reply # 44324 19-Aug-2006 15:56
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Why do you need a different IP address



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  Reply # 44325 19-Aug-2006 16:03
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I don't specifically, I just want to know if it is possible or if anyone has done it.

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Reply # 44327 19-Aug-2006 16:20
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??????





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  Reply # 44331 19-Aug-2006 16:35
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Battleneter:
johnr: ??????





lol umm, Its a question, nothing controversial, just want to know if  one "can" change there IP, or has anybody has done it.

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  Reply # 44333 19-Aug-2006 17:22
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I think the big question is why you would possibly have a need to change your IP address?

IP addresses can easily be changed, but TCL aren't just going to change it because you want it changed.





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  Reply # 44334 19-Aug-2006 17:30
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Ok so you don't know. No problem


I don't want to give any examples as I know there will be a 30 page debate of "why would you want to", when all I really want to know is can it be done easily.


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Reply # 44341 19-Aug-2006 18:41
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It can be done, and probably easily - if you give TCL a good justification, such as "there's some bad guy targeting my current address".

I have the same IP for the last 7 years. Great stuff!







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  Reply # 44351 19-Aug-2006 20:17
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OK cheers for that, pretty much as i suspected. I am only 99% happy with cable now, I guess I can live with that :P

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