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How to set ip of the router as static ip for my internet cafe

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OK, it is NOT the "Router" that has to be set to a Staiv IP, that can ONLY be done, via your service provider, you Router/Modem, is a Slave, device, that gets it's address FROM, a DNS server, via, DHCP, now, IF your ISP assigns you a static IP, then you can do as you want. However, you can still use a dynamic, IP, and do the same, you merely have to have an individual, name, MY_Internet_Cafe.com.. whatever... & register at DNS servers, and that way whenever anyone want to connect to your website, the Name is stored on a DNS server, when the "Request" is issued. "where is so" and so..Then, the search engine, It looks up that INDIVIDUAL ID NAME, , and and regardless of actual "Address", will connect up the requester with the website.. then anyone can connect, and they don't have to know your IP address, they merely type in your "Domain Name" or Website name" and the DNS will do all the rest.

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