I have a Cisco DPC3848V, and I can't seem to figure out how to change my ip.
I believe i have been getting booted off. This has been happening ever since i joined someone's Teamspeak.
At this time, changing your IP address isn't something that we can support. The ARP cache (what holds your MAC address in our system and binds it to an IP address) expires after 4 hours, so if you unplug your modem for at least that period of time, it's possible that you may receive another IP address, although it's never guaranteed.
You mentioned being booted off... would you be able to elaborate on that a little?
Will almost always take longer than 4 hours.
ARP cache is supposed to be 4 hours, but the default lease time on an IP address is 48. After 48 hours, the DHCP server can/may assign it to another modem, or it may not, you could get it again.
If you are getting DDoS with the DPC3848, there isn't much you can do. Normally I'd suggest changing the MAC address of your router, which would work if you were using the pass-through to another router, but in this case, your modem would come back online with the same IP, but your own router would have it's own, different IP.
The traffic dumps they do to boot you off, will still come to your DPC3848, and still boot you off
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