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this isnt funny anymore can someone tell me wots going on?
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but it wasnt me!!!
You'd best apologise to expression and D. It must be you noone can have exactly the same IP address. You are lyieng.
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You'd best apologise to expression and D. It must be you noone can have exactly the same IP address. You are lyieng.
well check my ip again, it isnt me! y would i be stupid enough to stay at the same machine logged on as me and some idiot? can you annswer that???
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(Original post by Unregis)
You'd best apologise to expression and D. It must be you noone can have exactly the same IP address. You are lyieng.
The biggest problem is that there are a lot of people who don't know a **** and talk.

I'm not gonna say that jstringer is innocent cause I can't be sure, but there's a GOOD and BIG chance of it. Proxies people, proxies, specially in a lot of computers connected together (NETS).

Could be anyone in the whole university, who knows...
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(Original post by jstringer)
well check my ip again, it isnt me! y would i be stupid enough to stay at the same machine logged on as me and some idiot? can you annswer that???
Well expression said you have the same ip. I didn't so you best sort it out with him and D.
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no, he can have the same IP as someone else, if he is connected to the internet from the Uni/college. This is because in a Uni/College... the individual clients are not directly connected to the ISP and therefore the internet. They are connected to the main server which is connected to the ISP which is connected to the internet. Your ISP allocates your IP. So if he is in a Uni/College, there is someone else in the Uni/College using UK-Learning, but since the server has a static IP, they have the same IP.

In real fact, his IP will be someothing like 121.121.121.121:1 and the other dude might be 121.121.121.121:2
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Probably has the same I.P because all the computers in his school/college are on the same network.
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IP masquerading.
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IP masquerading.
so is there a good chance that someone else was prestending to be me???
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then again, he can be proxied to someone else and so has the same IP as the other dude. Or he can be stupid enough to be the same people. because, hackers, as i said before, are not stupid, (you have to have at least some common sense to be able to hack), and don't waste time posting irrelevant and stupid crap.
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Probably has the same I.P because all the computers in his school/college are on the same network.
yes all the computers are on the same network!
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Probably has the same I.P because all the computers in his school/college are on the same network.
This is more than likely to be the case, and theres every chance that every PC in that room will have the same IP. None the less I have emailed the computing administration team at Priestley College, and advised them of the situation.

They may do nothing, or they may take my on board my suggestion that we are looking for someone called Dave, or David using the UKL board.

The first thing they may do however is see who has been using UKL this morning between 12:10 and 1 PM, through their Network logs.
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(Original post by G4ry)
Probably has the same I.P because all the computers in his school/college are on the same network.
Not necessairly. The server may use a dynamic IP address which will allocate a different IP to each computer on the network. Only if it is static will it be the same.
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then again, he can be proxied to someone else and so has the same IP as the other dude. Or he can be stupid enough to be the same people. because, hackers, as i said before, are not stupid, (you have to have at least some common sense to be able to hack), and don't waste time posting irrelevant and stupid crap.
im not claiming to be a hacker i just want my name cleared!
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I can certificate that you are not a hacker John.


Just look at the x386 assembler thread, VB, C...

But that crap could be done by anyone ...
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This is more than likely to be the case, and theres every chance that every PC in that room will have the same IP. None the less I have emailed the computing administration team at Priestley College, and advised them of the situation.

They may do nothing, or they may take my on board my suggestion that we are looking for someone called Dave, or David using the UKL board.

The first thing they may do however is see who has been using UKL this morning between 12:10 and 1 PM, through their Network logs.
wot do you mean by UKL board?
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wot do you mean by UKL board?
UK Learning.....board

:rolleyes:
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DO NOT bend over!
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burn them burn them all
[IMG]no one ever suspects the buterfly[/IMG]
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Email authentication sounds useful, where by we can recognize problematic email addy's - we'll see what we can come up with when VB3 comes out.
wot do you mean by recognize?
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