ISP controls the number of devices which can access internet

Some ISP will set a fixed number of devices, say 5, which can connect to the router and access internet at the same time, the sixth and other devices can connect to the router but can't access internet regardless to whether one or more of the five devices have been disconnected or turned off, unless the router is rebooted.

When rebooted, all devices can connect to router and will access internet on a “first come first serve” base but only five can succeed in accessing internet.

Is there any method to increase the number of devices which can access internet?

Add another router and use NAT.

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回覆 1# Molo

proxy都得.

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邊間 ISP ??

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Funny ,我用過 3 同 hkbn 都冇限,十個 device 同時用都試過得。  

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回覆 5# buynaka

我覺得係大陸既ISP.

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回覆 1# Molo


    I don't think ISP can control number of devices behind the router as the source of data  (say data from your device) is transparent in ISP view unless, the router itself is compromised by ISP so that the ISP can obtain device list behind the router.

I would say your problem appears to be the matter of settings in your router

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回覆 7# 天宮葉月

Google "網絡尖兵", 大陸ISP常做的事, 為免D人用來開網吧或share倖隔離左右用.

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回覆 8# 雯雯


    埃,呢個device既出現都係因爲強國人要管,貪小便宜。
BTW你賣俾我既router好使好用,多謝嗮師姐

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回覆 9# 天宮葉月

強國人要是試過被查水表後就不會輕易share俾人.

我賣UBNT Edgerouter俾你?

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