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In most cases you probably don't, unless your ISP has stated your service comes with a static IP. Static services are usually more expensive than regular residential dynamic services.

In the example of DHCP, your ISP may have "leased" an IP to you but it will expire after the lease period is over and you will obtain another IP.

Some IP addresses change more often than others, depending upon your ISP, but this does not mean your IP is static.

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by Masamune See Profile edited by KeysCapt See Profile
last modified: 2002-07-22 18:17:02

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