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My ISP forces a shared IP on their users, is there a way to generate an IP address to bypass it?

Even if bypassing shared IP is not possible, what are the methods to set/change a unique IP address?

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You might look into setting up an IPv6 tunnel, particularly if you need addresses strictly for private use (or for the use of people outside the US.)

You can tunnel an HTTP server with PageKite.
ChunkHost is currently running a free beta, if you need a VPS temporarily or will be willing to pay for it in the future.

Unfortunately, unless you are in charge of the network you don't get to control allocation of IP addresses.
When / if network providers finally switch over to IPv6 there will be plenty of addresses for everyone; hopefully we all will be able to get static IPs then.

Because NAT is bad.

[#44884] Tuesday, August 31, 2021, 2 Years  [reply] [flag answer]
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