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Question about IP's
 
kyle939  posted on Apr 06, 2012 5:49:23 AM - Report post

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Hello,

I've got a little question which I'd like to ask, just incase I do it and get banned which I do not want.

Okay...

I've got two gaming machines in my house, both within the same IP range, but obviously different ending, so example "192.168.0.2 and 192.168.0.3"

Anyway, would it be alright if I used trainers on both of these machines?

Or am I strict to one computer which my IP has changed because I did a complete system build and my new IP ending is a 5 instead of a 2, so hoping that does not affect me.

Anyway, can I use trainers on both of these machines or no only my main.

Thank you!

[Edited by kyle939, 4/6/2012 5:51:35 AM]

 
techowl  posted on Apr 06, 2012 6:02:56 AM - Report post

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where im most of the time we are 10 on the same net all the time and we all got same ip so thats weird
 

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192.168.x.x are local addresses assigned by a router to individual machines on the same network. The network as a whole is actually only utilising one single IP address, assigned by your ISP, which should be the one the trainer registers.

Even if it isn't, I've used trainers on my laptop and on my PC, so you should be fine, unless you're using them in different physical locations (i.e. using your laptop in a library).

 
Neo7  posted on Apr 06, 2012 7:24:37 AM - Report post

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The 192.168.x.x is a special block of IP address that is used by every wireless router as a means to extend the amount of IP4 addresses available before switching to IP6 addresses. This is more of a local IP address used for administration inside your personal network (i.e. setting up services for you and your family to use only inside your house). Your actual IP address is different and can be checked here:

Link

And yes you may use trainers on multiple computers as long as it is for your personal use only.

[Edited by Neo7, 4/6/2012 7:25:58 AM]

 
kyle939  posted on Apr 06, 2012 8:49:38 AM - Report post

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quote:
originally posted by Neo7

The 192.168.x.x is a special block of IP address that is used by every wireless router as a means to extend the amount of IP4 addresses available before switching to IP6 addresses. This is more of a local IP address used for administration inside your personal network (i.e. setting up services for you and your family to use only inside your house). Your actual IP address is different and can be checked here:

Link

And yes you may use trainers on multiple computers as long as it is for your personal use only.

[Edited by Neo7, 4/6/2012 7:25:58 AM]

That was the answer I was looking for.

Thank you, yeah they are personal use ofcourse just did not want to be banned for using my own account for me on two different computers in my house you know.

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