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  1. I think I got your answer assuming your ISP uses DHCP to assign your public IP address which it sounds like it does based on your post.

    First run ipconfig/all and copy down the MAC (physical address) address of your NIC card.

    Then take that info and enable MAC cloning inside your router. Use the MAC address of your NIC card inside the settings of MAC cloning.

    Then release renew your external interface (WAN) of your router. This should cause your ISP to give you another public IP address.

  2. whats even more baffling to me is that he says he has the same ip as his brother.

    same ip with 2 different lines?

    The IP address is leased to the MAC address that requests it. In this case I am sure he is using either the same router or NIC card. In either case the requesting MAC would be the same and the same IP address would be handed out until the lease expires.

  3. 10 mbs really means you'll transfer at 1.21 mb/s

    [  10mb x 1024 kB/s = 10240 kB/s

    10240 / 8.2 ( latency) = 1248 kB/s

    1248 kB/s / 1024 kB/s = 1.2 mb/s ]

    20 mbs really means you'll transfer at 2.3 mb/s

    [    20mb x 1024 = 20480 kB/s

      20480 / 8.2 ( latency) = 2497 kB/s

      2497 / 1024 kB/s = 2.43 mb/s  ]

    10 mbs really means you'll transfer at 1.21 mb/s

    [  10mb x 1024 kB/s = 10240 kB/s

    10240 / 8.2 ( latency) = 1248 kB/s

    1248 kB/s / 1024 kB/s = 1.2 mb/s ]

    20 mbs really means you'll transfer at 2.3 mb/s

    [    20mb x 1024 = 20480 kB/s

      20480 / 8.2 ( latency) = 2497 kB/s

      2497 / 1024 kB/s = 2.43 mb/s  ]

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