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More effective ban than IP ban


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I have heared about a way to ban a specific network(internet) card.
Is this possible? - if it is it will be a lot more useful from IP ban which is really not a good kind of ban for today`s already so advanced ways to change IP etc.(X member can "fall" in usere "Y"s ban...)

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creating some kind of a hash code would be genious in that case, on startup each user gets his own hash code which won`t ever change(such as in emule, change you r name or ip, you`ll have the same credit so in here change your ip or name the board will create a special hash code for you which will be stored forever)
Is there a way?

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If you could ban someone by their MAC that would be fantastic, but the fact is maybe they have access to a few computers or maybe they figure out whats going on and simply get another $10 nic. Either way the biggest problem is the fact that most people are on DHCP through their IP provider. Why go through all that extra trouble? I installed the Misery Mod which only I know about on the site. If I get bothersome people I turn on the Misery for them...seems to handle my situtation pretty nicely.

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If you could ban someone by their MAC that would be fantastic, but the fact is maybe they have access to a few computers or maybe they figure out whats going on and simply get another $10 nic. Either way the biggest problem is the fact that most people are on DHCP through their IP provider. Why go through all that extra trouble? I installed the

Misery Mod

which only I know about on the site. If I get bothersome people I turn on the Misery for them...seems to handle my situtation pretty nicely.



This is something I should really try. I tried organizing a mass alienation of the trouble-maker (hold your giggles please :blush:) by choosing "Ignore this User" in his profile and just not responding to him, but this would work better than trying to get rid of him by.. essentially getting rid of his desire to be there with us.
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