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#1 fiendless7
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i take it you guys are talking about euros and not USD
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#2 fiendless7
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it says 37$ for me, for anno 2070. which is the only one i care about enough to buy. but im not paying that much for a digital copy. i wish they sold disc copies where i lived.
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#3 fiendless7
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[QUOTE="fiendless7"]nevermind. wow i actually figured out how to do it... holy bajesus. i just copied my LAN MAC address into the WAN mac address field, checked to use it instead of automatically acquire, restarted my router and BAM new public IP JigglyWiggly_

That's the same thing as I said, except you copied your pc's mac, no real difference albeit maybe a bit of confusion on your end later.

sorry im just a noob and didnt really understand what you were saying with the word spoof, i thought u meant i had to download a program for it or something. now i understand since i did it myself. anyway u got me on the right track in thinking so thank u
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#4 fiendless7
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nevermind. wow i actually figured out how to do it... holy bajesus. i just copied my LAN MAC address into the WAN mac address field, checked to use it instead of automatically acquire, restarted my router and BAM new public IP
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#5 fiendless7
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[QUOTE="fiendless7"]let me just go ahead and note i have cable and not DSL.JigglyWiggly_
den read my post

since im connecting from a router thats my only option? my router doesnt have that option with its mac address, and when i try to clone it the internet just doesnt work.
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#6 fiendless7
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let me just go ahead and note i have cable and not DSL.
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#7 fiendless7
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but i dont need to change my LAN IP. i need to change my IP that everyone else sees on the internet. being a noob idk what its called officially, i just call it public IP address because thats what comes up when i google "my IP address"
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#8 fiendless7
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so why does this guy and all the guides online say this ^^^^^ yet the other people in the thread say contact the ISP. can someone explain? obviously you have to contact the ISP cause ive tried all those other ways and having a dynamic IP, it does give me a new IP but not a new public IP (the one that matters)
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#9 fiendless7
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do you think it would be advisable to contact them? i mean im sure each company has their own policies and stuff, but if they'd do it i might be limited to one change or something. plus i dont want to come off like a criminal. if its such a hassle ill just forget about it.
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#10 fiendless7
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I figure this is a good place to post since the forums move relatively fast and im wanting a fast answer.

Ive read it all through google, either the IP address those guides were talking about is different or theres no way to do it..

the release/renew ip command doesnt work for the PUBLIC ip address. and by public IP address i mean when you go to google and type "my ip address" it flashes up. that one never changes and thats the one i want to change.