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How do I change my IP address?

On the Internet, your IP address is similar to your mailing address in real life. It uniquely identifies where you are so that information can be sent to you. Unlike your mailing address, however, your IP address can change in certain situations. If you want to change your IP address, follow the instructions on this page. So many tuturials prepared for you ahead

Windows Vista and later

  1. Open the Control Panel.
  2. Click on the Network and Sharing Center icon.
  3. In the View your active networks section, click the Local Area Connection or Ethernet link.
  4. On the Local Area Connection or Ethernet Status window, click the Properties button.
  5. In the Properties window, select the Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) or Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) connection and click the Properties button. The connection you select depends on the type of Internet protocol in use for your Internet or Network connection.
  6. In the Internet Protocol properties window, select the Use the following IP address option if not already selected. Specify the new IP address you want to use. You also need to specify the subnet mask and default gateway.

Subnet mask can be 255.255.255.0

Gateway can be 192.168.0.1 or 1.1

 

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Below video explains a different method on how to change you ip address of your device

 

Learn how to change your computer Mac Address

Although physical MAC (Media Access Control) addresses are permanent by design, several mechanisms allow modification, or "spoofing", of the MAC address that is reported by the operating system. This can be useful for privacy reasons, for instance when connecting to a Wi-Fi hotspot, or to ensure interoperability. Some internet service providers bind their service to a specific MAC address; if the user then changes their network card or intends to install a router, the service won't work anymore. Changing the MAC address of the new interface will solve the problem.

 

Mac OS X

Under Mac OS X, the MAC address can be altered in a fashion similar to the Linux and FreeBSD methods:

sudo ifconfig en0 lladdr 00:01:02:03:04:05

or

sudo ifconfig en0 ether 00:01:02:03:04:05

This must be done as the superuser and only works for the computer's ethernet card. Instructions on spoofing AirPort Extreme (2.0) cards are available here. There are not, as of yet, any known ways to spoof original AirPort (1.0) cards.

The AirPort Extreme MAC address can also be changed easily with SpoofMac.

 

Windows

However, a better solution - requiring Administrative User Rights - is to pass over the System Registry Keys under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}. Here settings for each network interface can be found. The contents of the string value called 'NetworkAddress' will be used to set the MAC address of the adapter when next it is enabled. Resetting the adapter can be accomplished in script with the freely available command line utility devcon from Microsoft, or from the adapters context menu in the Network Connections control panel applet.

 

Note: to check your MAC address easily on a Windows XP box, go to Run, type CMD, then type "ipconfig /all" without quotation in the command prompt. The number under physical address is the MAC address. If multiple IP are displayed, you should look under the label "Ethernet adapter x", where x is the name of your connection (which is Local Area Connection by default).

 

We have provided to you a website where you can download a free software which will do the assigns automatic. Remember to copy you original mac address before changing. Download Technitium MAC Address Changer



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