ISP IP versus Anonymous IP

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IP address
IP address conflicts
IP address management
Wireless Internet Service Providers
For example if I am a Wireless Internet Service Provider and I have own IP for my subscribers. If a subscriber connect first using the wireless dongle (Ex. Huawei or ZTE) and my server open the port and connect it using our standard IP address. The subscriber now opens a Tunneling software like Ultrasurf which changes the IP address. Can my server detect the change of IP address? Can the server forcibly close the port to disconnect the network because of new IP address?

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  • ErroneousGiant
    Not 100% with this one but i think that because the decive is tunneling through the authorised IP address your system may not detect anything coming from the device, however i would think that your servers would reject packets sent from other sites/services with an IP address it doesn't recognise. So if the user connects and get a legitimate IP address and tunnels using (well many many tools available...) outbound traffic i think will work. Inbound traffic will potentially get stuck as none of your systems know where to forward the info to. I may be wrong. I would check with a provider like Vodaphone or o2 to see how they tackle this issue.
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  • Possiblesolution
    If a user is using ULTRASURF as tunnelling software, will the system or ISP detect the change in IP because of the software? Is the user using ULTRASURF still uses the bandwidth of the ISP allotted for that user?
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