To problems with this approach spring to mind. Are you behind a router? In which case all you are renewing is your private address which will make no difference to anyone that is banning your IP as it does nothing for your public IP address.
If you are connected directly to your ISP via a modem and are in fact renewing your public IP address, your ISP is going to notice eventually and you will get banned again. An ISP ban tends to be terminal.
>> Why will my isp ban me ?? I am just renewing my ip address. <<
Becasue you will be putting a strain in his DHCP servers. IP addresses aren't meant to be renewed every thirty seconds. ISPs keep track of what IP address was allocated to which customer so in the event of any complaints they can track who was doing what and when. With an IP address that changes every thirty seconds it makes that job near impossible. Your activity log will be enormous compared to everyone else's.
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