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Banned from Box.bz any way back?

Wooderson Avatar
7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
Hi guys, stupidly I got banned from the site for having a duff ratio, I just couldn't seem to get it back up because I was downloading unpopular shows.
Is there anyway I can get back on the site? It always seems to say i'm banned even though i'm using a different email.

Thanks
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Probably no way, they generally ip ban you (as they do here) so theres not much way round it
#2
teambintip
Probably no way, they generally ip ban you (as they do here) so theres not much way round it


Thought it was impossible to ban an individual IP, it's normally an account banned or a "range" of IPs.
#3
Delete the cookies from your web browser. Disconnect your internet connection to obtain a new IP. Sign up :thumbsup:

If you've got a static IP, you're screwed.
#4
surely its relatively easy to change ur ip tho
#5
casparwhite
surely its relatively easy to change ur ip tho


Nope.

And just clearing cookies and rebooting your router won't do much either.

Most ISPs will give you the same IP address, even though it's via DHCP. It's a config option (on their side) that you can't do anything about.
#6
casparwhite
surely its relatively easy to change ur ip tho


If you can find a proxy they haven't banned (assuming you're stuck with a static IP). They've even banned the VPN service I use :lol:
#7
Babbabooey
Nope.

And just cleaing cookies and rebooting your router won't do much either.

Most ISPs will give you the same IP address, even though it's via DHCP. It's a config option (on their side) that you can't do anything about.


Works for me on BT. You must be doing it wrong :p
#8
Babbabooey
Nope.

And just cleaing cookies and rebooting your router won't do much either.

Most ISPs will give you the same IP address, even though it's via DHCP. It's a config option (on their side) that you can't do anything about.


and i take it these sites dont accept proxies?


try ringing ur isp ask for new ip?
#9
Shengis
Works for me on BT. You must be doing it wrong :p


Then BT haven't set that option (yet) :thumbsup:
#10
Babbabooey
Then BT haven't set that option (yet) :thumbsup:


Lease time might be a problem on other ISP's. It can be done though.
#11
Btw, heres a quick and dirty solution that would probably work on lease time ISP's.... Get a second router. My thinking on this is that the lease is tied to the MAC of router 1, so router 2 is seen as a new user and so will be assigned a new IP. Not 100% sure if it would work or not but worth a try :)
#12
If you do find your way back, here's an easy ratio tip: all soaps are ratio free to download on boxbz, so jump on them as soon as they are released and if you share it say twice, it's a free 700mbish to your ratio. Do that a few times a week and it's plain sailing :thumbsup:
#13
Thanks guys, i'm with Virgin at the moment connected directly to the modem, not sure if that's a good thing regarding the IP situation.
#14
dcx_badass
Virgin is a static IP, so in your case it's a bad thing.


Im with virgin & iv been able to change my ip address buy living it switched off over night & the following morning iv got a new ip
#15
mrfun1981
Im with virgin & iv been able to change my ip address buy living it switched off over night & the following morning iv got a new ip


Cheers i'll give it a go.
#16
dcx_badass
Virgin is a static IP, so in your case it's a bad thing.


Lol....

It varies, some people have static, some people have dynamic ip, it's the same on every single ISP in the entire world.
banned#17
dcx_badass;5744425
No it isn't. Some ISPs do just static and some do just dynamic, it's upto the ISP it's not just random magic. In my experience with Virgin when we had it for two years we had the same IP for the whole time.

+1 :thumbsup:

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