How to Change your Network's WAN IP Address Tutorial - For DDOS Attacks, Flooders, Gaming Booters. Please subscribe!
To change your WAN (Wide Area Network) IP Address, you will need a router that has a customizable MAC (Media Access Control) Address, an ISP (Internet Service Provider) that allows you to do so, a dynamic WAN connection type, and basic knowledge on how to log in to your router and change settings. An Ethernet cable needs to be connected from your laptop/PC directly to your router. After you have all of these:
1. Launch a web browser on your computer and type in your LAN (Local Area Network) IP Address to get into your router settings. This is most commonly 192.168.1.1, 192.168.2.1, 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.I.1
2. Check your Connection Type under WAN settings. This should be set to "dynamic". In the column on my router, under "Internet WAN" there is a MAC Address button (The location of this is dependent on your router brand and will vary in location) After you find this, click on it and log in with your password if you haven't already done so
3. Your WAN MAC Address should now be shown, it will be labeled as 00-00-00-00-00, with random letters and numbers in the 0s. The last 4 zeros are the ones that are editable, only change one of these numbers/letters every time you want to change your WAN. In my example, 94-B6 was the last 4 MAC characters before and after it will be 84-B6
4. Apply the changed MAC Address and wait about 1 minute, then unplug your modem first, then your router second
5. Wait another minute, then plug back in both your modem and router
6. If your router does not reconnect to the internet after a few minutes, this process will not work for your ISP and you will need to change the MAC and Connection Type back to what they were before you started. If it does connect once your modem and router are rebooted, go back to your router's home page or wherever your router shows your WAN IP, Gateway, DNS, etc., and your WAN should now be changed. Or go to "whatsmyip.org"
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