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skusey Avatar
7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
How do I find it?

Many Thanks
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
which one?
#2
Do you mean IP address or the address of your service provider (eg O2, Virgin's address etc)?
#3
I have a claims form to fill out as two transactions have gone out of my account and they want to know my ISP and IP address?
#4
Paddy_o_furniture;5629904
which one?

LMAO:w00t:
#5
They presumably mean the name of your ISP, and your IP address!
#6
jah128
They presumably mean the name of your ISP, and your IP address!


OK, how do I find them?:?
#7
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#9
skusey;5629951
OK, how do I find them?:?


Presumably you know who provides you internet?

Rappys link will show your IP, or to be double sure log onto your routers page and check it on there!
#10
Thanks helpers:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
#11
who is your ISP?

Also there's no point to them knowing your IP address as these change all the time unless you pay for a fixed IP?
#12
skusey;5630000
Thanks helpers:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:

HOPE YOU GET SORTED AND CATCH THE CULPRITS:thumbsup:
#13
SunTzu;5630002
Also there's no point to them knowing your IP address as these change all the time unless you pay for a fixed IP?


Plenty of ISPs do fixed IPs for free - and even those that don't the IP addresses will all be from a small subnet :thumbsup:
#14
jah128
and even those that don't the IP addresses will all be from a small subnet :thumbsup:


Not that it matters to the OP but that's not true, how could you allocate addresses to a million people from a small subnet????
#15
SunTzu;5630378
Not that it matters to the OP but that's not true, how could you allocate addresses to a million people from a small subnet????


Because its not going to be a million connections on one exchange. With a dynamic IP, the first n bits will not change - even on the largest exchanges I'd guess at most the last 16 bits will be dynamic...
#16
jah128
Because its not going to be a million connections on one exchange. With a dynamic IP, the first n bits will not change - even on the largest exchanges I'd guess at most the last 16 bits will be dynamic...


But you still can't have a small subnet, you can't issue duplicate IP's to people, even if they are separated by exchange!

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