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The Hajdar

Worse case for mass accounts on single IP

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Hello, what is the worse case regarding many accounts playing simultaneously on a single IP? Say for example 10 accounts running at the same time on a residential IP. I assume the chance for chain ban is significantly greater, is that the worse case? I've done some research on the topic and a few other users have said that Jagex will not IP ban a residential IP so if loosing all the accounts isn't a big deal would this be possible? 

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if there all botted accounts, there is a chance you could get a chain ban, specially if you are botting the same/similar things, however not 100%, also if playing legit on account generally tends to be safe, however can still be banned. I'm not sure about an acutal IP ban tho, 

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6 hours ago, The Hajdar said:

Hello, what is the worse case regarding many accounts playing simultaneously on a single IP? Say for example 10 accounts running at the same time on a residential IP. I assume the chance for chain ban is significantly greater, is that the worse case? I've done some research on the topic and a few other users have said that Jagex will not IP ban a residential IP so if loosing all the accounts isn't a big deal would this be possible? 

Thanks

What other things are you worried about?
When botting the worst thing that can happen is getting banned. They don't generally block IP's and I believe it would happen even less with residential IP's but it's possible the IP could be flagged so that any account made from it is automatically added to the "check if bot" pile but if you don't care about bans then what's the harm in testing?
You can definitely make money from botting hundreds of accounts on a single IP. just depends how you go about it.
Another thing would be if you're creating the accounts on the 1 IP then you won't be able to make that many cuz your IP will get blocked from creating accounts for like an hour or something. also, you could get locked which is super annoying if you have to manually unlock it or used a throwaway email address.

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8 hours ago, lets be friends said:

What other things are you worried about?
When botting the worst thing that can happen is getting banned. They don't generally block IP's and I believe it would happen even less with residential IP's but it's possible the IP could be flagged so that any account made from it is automatically added to the "check if bot" pile but if you don't care about bans then what's the harm in testing?
You can definitely make money from botting hundreds of accounts on a single IP. just depends how you go about it.
Another thing would be if you're creating the accounts on the 1 IP then you won't be able to make that many cuz your IP will get blocked from creating accounts for like an hour or something. also, you could get locked which is super annoying if you have to manually unlock it or used a throwaway email address.

Well I am worried about getting an IP ban. I have yet to see anyone report having a residential IP receive a ban however I wasn't able to find much info on the topic. While I am on a residential IP, it is a static IP so I am not able to easily change IP's if I receive a ban. I am not looking to bot hundreds of accounts but more like 5-10. I am currently limiting myself to two accounts but would see much greater profits if I could increase the number some. 

Not worried about getting a chain ban, all the accounts are disposable to me. I am also using a script which limits account creation to once every 3 hours so I end up with 8 accounts a day from the single IP. Not trying to do anything crazy, I just wasn't sure if they would see say 5 accounts all logged in at the same time from a residential IP and throw up some red flag, since im sure most home IP's don't have so many accounts logged in at the same time which is why i've been limiting my usage to 2 at a time since that seems more legitimate. 

It looks like ill just have to play around with it some more, I was just pretty worried about getting a IP ban since like I said before it would be a major pain to get a different IP. Thanks for the reply! 

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