#3
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#9
No, the same IP address
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#10
wrong place for this thread but it means a mutiple profile.
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#11
^^See, this is what i don't get. Websites claim to block your IP adress but very few people actually have stable IP adresses, ie. ones that stay the same.

For most people you connect to the internet and your service provider will give you an IP adress. Then when you disconnect your service provider will take your IP adress and give it to someone else who has just connected. The next time you cconnect your provider will give you any unused IP adress which will almost certainly not be the same one as you had last time.

This is also the reason normal people can't use there computer as the server of a website, because they do not have a stable IP adress, so if you program the computer to look in files from this IP adress to display the website then you might not have that IP adress anymore so it would be looking for the files on a computer that doesn't exist or a computer that doesn't have those files.

So if they do block you're IP then i have to ask how?