Anyway to bypass Rapidshare time wait?

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  1. Jakob95
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    I want to download a game but its in 17 parts from Rapidshare. If I put it in JDownloader it will download but after the first part I have to wait a hour for the second part to start downloading. I don't have a premium account. The only way for me not to wait is to turn of the modem and turn it back on to reset my IP. But I am leaving right now so I don't have the option. Anyone know how to do it? If someone has a Rapidshare premium account that they want to share with me that would be sweet. But if not are there any other options?
     


  2. ollepoll

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    You must know your router model.

    in jdownloader under reconnect settings select the right router and maybe you have to enter your username and password. then it can automatically reconnect.
     
  3. Originality

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    That only works if you have a dynamic IP. For people who have a static IP, they'll only receive the same IP when they reconnect, and RapidShare only locks out IP addresses for the time period they say.

    Aside from certain plugins that are able to bypass the IP check page, the only way to get around it is to use a proxy that can mask or alter your IP. jDownloader does let you configure a proxy in the settings page.
     
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    He already set that he normally resets his ip manually so he propably has a dynamic ip


    If you use a proxy It can happen that the download is much slower
     
  5. Originality

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    I missed that part when I first read it, probably because it's not very clear.

    And whilst some servers provide very little latency, most proxies will make a download much slower. Even so, it's better than not being able to download at all.
     
  6. Jakob95
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    So what should I do?
     
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    Buy a Premium account ?

    If not, just put it on JD and wait for it to finish, unless you can be there to reset your ip everytime.
     
  8. sprogurt

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    Take the power cable out of the back of your router for 30 seconds then put it back in, think it reassigns you a new ip. Works for me anyway ^.^.
     
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    IPs from ISPS are often on a 24 hour lease (that's DHCP default), so unless you're going to stay disconnected for 24 hours you can forget that method.
     
  10. Jakob95
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    That is what I do. But I don't want to stay next to my computer all day.
     
  11. sprogurt

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    Get a program to queue them up. It'll download them like normal and will still have to wait but if you're not going to be at your computer it'll get 6 or 7 out of the way while your out.
     
  12. sprogurt

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    sorry for the double post. >.
     
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    Dynamic is dynamic, if it changes it's dynamic.

    The DHCP lease time (and other settings) determines how often it changes, and how long you have to disconnect for it to change though, and this varies.
     
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    so how would you go about changing the IP address without having a DHCP?
     
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    That.
    Guh.

    DHCP is from the ISP, DCHP is used for dynamic IPs. If it's not dynamic it's static, but they only give static IPs if you pay extra.
     
  16. ollepoll

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    I still think that this method should work
     
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    I have seen timeouts in the days if not longer (not to mention "static" IPs in the dynamic ranges....... always fun when you have to set up an email server that interacts with ISP/popular webmail type servers).

    Option 2- I have seen a lot of foolish people bitch about it but the scene splits rar files they way they do for a reason and while it is not for this it does not half make life easier. Get part one from somewhere, part 2 from another, part 3 from somewhere else and because they should all be from the same initial set that does not matter in the slightest.
     
  18. sprogurt

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    Ahh, cheers ^.^. I haven't really covered anything to do with DCHP yet so thanks for some info! [​IMG].
     
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    Use vidalia bundle (tor), works for me
     
  20. Originality

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    My ISP gave me a static IP by default. I can choose to switch to a dynamic IP if I wanted, but my current setup makes it easier to host mini-game servers (like Freelancer, emulators, Dawn of War, etc). My ISP is also the cheapest in the country, so I don't know why you should pay extra for a static IP.