Can i altered my laptop IP address with software in??

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    stephen0606 Guest

    can i alter my IP address inside laptop without changing anything...just
    by software....izit got this kind of trick??
     
    stephen0606, Mar 8, 2008
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    dzomlija Guest


    You'll have to go into Network properties, then View Network
    Connections. Edit the properties for TCP/IP v4 of your current
    connection - If you already have a static IP address, then it's easy to
    change - just alter it according the the specifications of your network.

    -*Before you make ANY changes, make a note of what the current settings
    are, just in case you bollox something up and you lose network and
    internet connectivity.*-

    If the address is dynamically assigned by your router via DHCP, you'll
    have to consult with the router documentation on how to change the IP
    range assigned to connecting clients.


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    Mick Murphy Guest

    Right-click on your Network Connection>Properties> select(single click)
    TCP/IPv4 and TCP/IPv6 >then click the Properties button there.

    Why do you want to change it?
     
    Mick Murphy, Mar 8, 2008
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    Stephan Rose Guest

    I have this feeling he isn't interested in changing his IP on his local
    subnet but rather that he wants to change his IP to the outside
    world...probably got his IP banned from something would be my guess as to
    why.

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    Stephan Rose, Mar 8, 2008
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