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Thread: Detecting router over the network.

  1. #1
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    Detecting router over the network.

    Hey guys, So my ISP does not allow me to use a router, still i was using it for over a year by cloning my MAC. But since last 3 days, they say you are using 4 different MAC addresses instead of one. How can i circumvent this problem? I tried resetting the router and cloning mac again, doesnt work. Kindly let me know. Ty.

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    Re: Detecting router over the network.

    I have a router from Hama, don't know the model number though.

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    Re: Detecting router over the network.

    They may be doing DPI and finding the MAC addresses in the NAT tags. The only fix is to build a Linux server that does http proxying. That will also limit you to web traffic only.

    Alternatively, if you set up the server as a router and terminated at a VPN, or used something like m0n0wall and terminetd at an IPv6 VPN, they would see nothing.

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    Re: Detecting router over the network.

    You need to contact your ISP to resolve this. The Forums are not an appropriate place to discuss circumventing the restrictions your ISP places on your service.

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