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Posted 27 February 2012 - 16:51
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Posted 28 February 2012 - 14:59
"I need to switch ip for differnet geo domains to check my search results on different domains/geo locations?"
If this is what your looking to do, it is possible that a proxy would work. You would need one that allowed you to pick your geo location of the proxy.
Your better option in this case would be most likely to use a VPN that allows you to pick the country end point of the vpn vs a proxy.
But to be honest I don't think you need to go to such drastic measures.
Specify your preferred location
- If you'd like to change your location, click Change Location and enter a street address, zip code, city and state, or country in the box that appears. Click Set to save your location setting.
- You can only specify a location within the country of your current Google domain. For instance, it's not possible to set a U.S. address on www.google.es, the Google domain for Spain. If you'd like to see results for a region outside of your Google domain, please specify the location in the search query (like [ bicycle repair paris ]) or visit a different Google local domain instead.
- If you don’t already have a location set, enter a location in the box next to "Search near," then click Set.
Posted 29 February 2012 - 22:05
It really depends on your ISP at this point. I'm supposed to have dynamic addresses on my modem, but I was using the same IP address for four years until I switched to a router.
Posted 29 February 2012 - 22:18
Posted 29 February 2012 - 22:27
That's gotta suck if you ever have a need to remotely access your network by IP address.
Mine is instant. The moment my modem/router loses connection, it gains a new IP address.
Posted 29 February 2012 - 23:04