does FakeIP work?
It's interesting to see that my ip address is actually coming from a location that's not even that close to where I live.
At the consumer level, there is generally a limited list to choose from, and so we go with the one that gives us the best package. Our connection will likely be to the data center closest to the service area. The IP will be traceable to that data center. They may have specific IP blocks mapped out for each service area, which may narrow down that you live in or near a particular burrough or town.
We do not have IP addresses, our network provider does. We are known to them by our MAC Address, the unique internal address of the network adapter leasing the IP from the ISP, through which we are connected. The MAC Address is tied to customer details that can only be got from a service provider by court order.
I live in eastern Norway, and I think my dynamic Ip adress come from http://www.nextgentel.no/ located in Wetern Norway 600 Km away.
I recommend that you at least read my thread about your real Ip address before you post. See link above.
If you have a dynamic IP you can try this:
It depends how many resources are available but it seems that LulSec and Anonymous have ways of hiding their IPs, so it must be very possible. Even kgun's script won't get it -_^For Vista (Windows 7 is very similar)
1. Click Start
2. Click All Programs expand the Accessories menu
3. In the Accessories menu, Right Click Command Prompt and choose Run as administrator
4. Type ipconfig /release and hit enter
5. Click Start, Control Panel, and open Network and Sharing Center. Depending on your view, you may have to click Network and Internet before you see the Network and Sharing Center icon
6. From the Tasks menu on the left, choose Manage Network Connections
7. Find and Right click on the active Local Area Connection and choose Properties (If you’re hit with a UAC prompt, choose Continue)
8. Double-click on Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
9. Click on Use the following IP address
10. Enter a false IP like 22.214.171.124
11. Press Tab and the Subnet Mask section will populate with default numbers
12. Hit OK twice
13. Right click the active Local Area Connection again and choose Properties
14. Double-click on Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
15. Choose Obtain an IP address automatically
16. Hit OK twice
17. Go to What Is My IP to see if you have a new IP address
Read more: http://www.whatismyip.com/faq/how-to...#ixzz1SWoXaqt3
Realistically, there is software that will hide it, and using a proxy will - all explained above. You've been banned somewhere, though, and if you change or hide your IP, I'm telling!
Babies don't need a vacation, but I still see them at the beach... it pisses me off! I'll go over to a little baby and say 'What are you doing here? You haven't worked a day in your life!'
Your internal address is concatenated with your external address, along with the IP Addresses of any intervening proxy servers, so that the Header of any TCP/IP packet as received by the target server includes a complete chain of addresses from end-to-end.
The only way to defeat this is to use a true anonymizing proxy, which strips from the Header all IP Addresses in the packet it receives from you, and replaces it with an internal private address of its own which it temporarily assigns to you, so as to know to whom to forward the server's response to your request.