メインコンテンツにスキップ
ヘルプ

現在のバージョン作成者: jayeff ,

テキスト:

@joetuff
 
Have you got a static or dynamic public address provided to you by your ISP?
 
If dynamic, try turning off your router and then wait for 5-10 minutes and turn it back on again. It should give you a new address.
 
If the problem is actually the ISP's ASN address (identifies the ISP which you are connected to, to the other networks) then there's not much you can do, except try a VPN or get a new ISP.
If the problem is actually the ISP's ASN address (identifies the ISP which you are connected to, to the other networks) then there's not much you can do, except try a VPN or get a new ISP.

ステータス:

open

編集者: jayeff ,

テキスト:

@joetuff
 
Have you got a static or dynamic public address provided to you by your ISP?
 
If dynamic, try turning off your router and then wait for 5-10 minutes and turn it back on again. It should give you a new address.
 
If the problem is actually the ISP's ASN address (identifies the ISP to the other networks) then there's not much you can do, except try a VPN or get a new ISP.
If the problem is actually the ISP's ASN address (identifies the ISP to the other networks) then there's not much you can do, except try a VPN or get a new ISP.

ステータス:

open

編集者: jayeff ,

テキスト:

@joetuff
 
Have you got a static or dynamic public address provided to you by your ISP?
 
If dynamic, try turning off your router and then wait a fewfor 5-10 minutes and turn it back on again. It should give you a new address.
If dynamic, try turning off your router and then wait a fewfor 5-10 minutes and turn it back on again. It should give you a new address.
 
If the problem is actually the ISP's address (identifies the ISP to the other networks) then there's not much you can do, except try a VPN or get a new ISP.

ステータス:

open

オリジナル投稿者: jayeff ,

テキスト:

@joetuff

Have you got a static or dynamic public address provided to you by your ISP?

If dynamic, try turning off your router and then wait a few minutes and turn it back on again. It should give you a new address.

If the problem is actually the ISP's address (identifies the ISP to the other networks) then there's not much you can do, except try a VPN or get a new ISP.

ステータス:

open