I've been trying all day to try and find a way I can use a proxy on a game called SAMP (San Andreas Multiplayer). I've tried a number of things:
Restarting my router: I don't want it to just change to another one of my IPs, I need it to change to a completely different IP.
VPN: This is really good.. However, I'm really looking for something that can constantly change my entire IP. For example: 123.456.789.00 to 395.853.104.56. VPN servers unfortunatly just stay the same IP. Plus if you want a good VPN you have to pay for them.
Sockscap: Tried to socksify SAMP.exe but it practically just ignores Sockscap like it's not even there. My ping stays exactly the same (aka I can tell the IP hasn't changed). I believe they use a very hidden way of connecting to your internet, so it's hard for programs to proxy the game.
IP changer programs: I find that these types of programs really only change your IP on your internet browser. They don't seem to work for games.
I just need some way of using a proxy to connect, then when I want to change it I simply put in a new proxy and play the game.
I'm not sure if it's possible, but if anyone knows a way of doing it please post. Also, if you're good at finding out how games connect to your internet, feel free to download the SAMP pack from www.sa-mp.com/download.php . This might give you a better understanding of what it is.
Now I was thinking maybe I could proxy a specific something, so I was thinking maybe the game port?
So is there a way I could do this?
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