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  1. RRITESH KAKKAR

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    Hello,
    I have notice many times that my PC when i use search engine Google it shows diff states i.e. it link to diff states that mean IP address changes automatically what is the reason of it??
     
  2. tom_s

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    1 - how google treats you, well no answer there
    2 - you assume your ip changes
    3 - calling your internet service provider and asking them may be more fruitful
    4 - what is diff?
     
  3. R!f@@

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    OP likes to SMS more !!
     
  4. RRITESH KAKKAR

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    Hello,

    I am using modem for data service, I have the gsm or hspa 3g.
    is there any internal problem in pc to to be updated i was searching in Google it say it happen , but why?
     
  5. RRITESH KAKKAR

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    sorry??
     
  6. DumboFixer

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  7. RRITESH KAKKAR

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    dynamic mean which changes like web pages, how to make it stable, is there any disadvantages of it!
     
  8. nerdegutta

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    To have a static ip address you have to talk to your isp, and probably pay some money. If you are on a cell phone connection, I dont think you can have a static ip.
     
  9. RRITESH KAKKAR

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    i have Modem!
     
  10. joeyd999

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    Every time you disconnect/reconnect, your computer will be provided with a different IP address via DHCP during PPP negotiation. There is likely no way for your ISP to provide you a static (fixed) IP address.
     
  11. RRITESH KAKKAR

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    Is there any disadvantages of it?
     
  12. joeyd999

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    Not today, AFAIK.

    You can even use a dynamic DNS server (like afraid.org) to assign a domain name to your changing IP. I do that for my home and office servers.
     
  13. Ramussons

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    There is a shortage of IP addresses on IPV4. This is overcome in IPV6, but that has not been widely implemented yet.

    Since all Internet users are not on line all the time, IP addresses are allocated only to users who are Online AND Active (Dynamic allocation of IP Address). This helps to conserve the available IP addresses.

    Your ISP has a bank of IP addresses that is shared between the users - First Come First Served. Many a time, the number of users exceed the available addresses and all will not get connected.

    As mentioned in earlier posts, your ISP can allot a Fixed/Static IP Address on a additional payment.

    Every time you disconnect/reconnect, your Modem (not the computer) will be provided with a different IP address via DHCP during PPP negotiation.

    The ISP can allocate a Fixed IP address on an additional payment.

    The interconnect between the modem and the computer is independent of the link with the ISP and can have a Fixed IP address (required in Port Forwarding).

    The IP address (dynamically) allocated to the Modem is a Public IP Address, while what the computer has is a (dynamic) Private IP Address.
     
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  14. tom_s

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    post #6 and post #13 have answered your questions

    for a fixed (static) ip, you need to talk to your service provider. they will fill you in on any requirements needed

    not knowing what sort of 'modem' you have, it might be better to use as a door stop
     
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  15. RRITESH KAKKAR

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    Thanks for clearing doubt.
     
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