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The IP address of an item, unless you specifically assign it one, is done automatically by the router when it connects to the network. This address can be different each time the device connects depending upon what other devices are already connected.
"Static IP addressing is for one customer on one IP address and
Dynamic IP addressing assigns a different IP address each time the ISP
customer logs on to their computer, but this is dependent upon the
Internet Service Provider (ISP) because some ISP's only change the IP
address as they deem it necessary.
If you have Dynamic IP Addressing through your Website Host it means
that you are sharing an IP Address with several other customers.
If you are a beginner on the internet, an avid internet user, are
entertaining the thought of starting your own website business, are a
gamer, use VOIP or VPN there are several things you should know about IP
I would guess that your ISP is providing a dynamic IP address for connectivity to the internet. If your router is changing the IP address back to default, I would think that your configuration is not setup properly, to receive a dynamic address, but is set with a static address instead. So what happens is that when you attempt to connect to your ISP your router is resetting. If this is the case then you need to go into the router configuration and set it to recieve a dynamic address from your ISP.
There should be an option in your touer for having "Static" IP address assigned. Currently, your couter is set for "Dynamic" IP's. I'm not too familiar with this router, but if you go to their support site, they should have some info on how to do this.