Please don't read the rules

Discussion in 'General Industry Related Topics' started by UG Staff, Jan 21, 2006.

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  1. UG Staff

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    OK, so it's not the 87 I had hoped for, but it's up to 20. Keep up the good work, boneheads.
  2. Psychosis

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    [QUOTEBroadband providers claim they change the your IP to prevent you from running a static application (i.e. Web site, FTP server etc.) without paying for static IP. But they rarely do.[/QUOTE]

    My firewall program informs me when my IP add has been changed and it gets changed every week.
  3. ForFun

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    When you use a dialup connection, you dial into a pool of modems. The one you get is random. The IP's you get may be fixed to that modem or assigned via DHCP. The best information you get (via a tracert and/or registrar search) would be the name of the ISP who owns the pool.

    Broadband providers claim they change the your IP to prevent you from running a static application (i.e. Web site, FTP server etc.) without paying for static IP. But they rarely do.
  4. UG Staff

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  5. superwoman01

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    Also if you have a router. It makes it even harder to track the persons IP address.
  6. Psychosis

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    Not necessarily so, some broadband providers change a subsriber's IP address every week, making it a little more difficult. Now on dial up its easy because you always have the same IP address.
  7. letsgetstarted

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    They can be tracked by IP addresses.
  8. moneyshotsnj

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    Shouldn't this be in the "What if you spouse was a provider?" thread?

    Kelly, you doing doubles with Slinky now? ewwwwwwwwwwww
  9. travis13

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    Only if he returns......................
  10. BigMadM

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    I wish I was married to you Kelly. My wife expected diamonds on everyone of her xmas presents. Tying slinky to a bed, shit, I cant imagine that worth more than a few bucks at most. Youre an easy woman to please.
    (is making fun of slinky a an offense that could get me banned?)
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  11. yamaha

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    after travis is done i will take his place i liked to be tied up as long as i get a bathroom break. by
  12. travis13

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    Hostage Exchange.........

    Hey Kelly we need Slink out here so I will volunteer to exchange places....... LOL

    Have a very good day.........

    you


    Be Careful out there..........
  13. Falcon

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    What a lucky guy...:D
  14. blondekelly

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    He is still tied to my bed......Christmas present, sorry guys.
  15. shorty

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    I'm just curious how UG Staff came up with the number 87.
  16. manohgod2

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    Mister UGStaff, there are many new members that are asking to be banned, check some of the new threads today.
  17. RoosterC74

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    Or members that have been around for quite awhile, and are posting under a new handle, just to bend the damn rules. They do this because it appears to be an opportunity for them to do so.
  18. manohgod2

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    From what I have seen, the offenders have been brand new members that just joined and posted one or two posts.
  19. travis13

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    Hey Staff ... please do and it should be easy some of us have noticed that since 12/24 the last time Slinky posted there is alot of rule breaking or the rules no longer apply ........... which is it........ where is Slinky.......
  20. DaveNJ

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    This board has rules? whoda thunk it? :D
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