Broardband - Static and Dynamic IP addresses

  Martin7 14:08 10 Apr 2004
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I am thinking of going to broardband but am a little comfused by the Static and Dynamic IP addresses. At present I use a dial up modem to Freeserve and have my emails via them. I am thinking of going to Bulldog but they charge extra for a static IP address. What I don't understand is if I have a dynamic IP address what would my email address be as my understanding is it can change each time you connect to them. Any help, comments, or opinions gratefully recieved.

  VoG II 14:10 10 Apr 2004

You're e-mail address will be the same whatever your IP address.

  VoG II 14:11 10 Apr 2004

P.S. if you are currently on dial-up you presently have a dynamic IP address.

  Â ÑÌÇKÑÂMË 14:16 10 Apr 2004

If you change ISP make sure you can get your mail from freeserve after some ISP let you some charge.I dont think a static ip addy matters that much anyway.



Regards.

  Djohn 14:20 10 Apr 2004

click here this may help to explain. j.

  SEASHANTY 14:23 10 Apr 2004

Some info on Static and Dynamic IP addresses on this
forum
click here

  [email protected] 15:37 10 Apr 2004

Thanks all for your replies

  [email protected] 15:39 10 Apr 2004

oops wrong post

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