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Dynamic IP address

,. What is dynamic IP address,? what is the difference between normal IP address and Dynamic IP address

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  • alaazx4 Nov 26, 2008

    how can I know my trend net Ip?

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Hai there are two types of ip address provided by your internet service provider.
1) Static ip
2)Dynamic ip

Dynamic ip means changeable ip address when ever you log on to the internet.
Static ip address doesn't change , A specific ip address assign for you by your ISP..
You can check your ip address whether it is static or dynamic at Ip-Details.com

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Dynamic ipaddress - is temporary, the ip changes when you disconnect for example.

Normal, or static ip - It's the same address from day to day.

Posted on May 19, 2008

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There are two kinds of IP addresses: Dynamic and Static. A dynamic IP address changes (refreshes)from time to time while a static IP address remains constant. Dynamic IP is in most cases considerably cheaper than a static IP which for single users probably isn't worth the extra expense.

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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Need to change my address


If your IP address is Dynamic,you can change it simply by resetting it.
If your IP address is Static,you can contact your Internet Service Provider[ISP] and request a new internet IP address.
You can check your Internet IP address from IP-Details.com .

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I set up the Engenius EAP as a repeater and can connect to it with my lpatop and Iphone. When I try to connect another laptop I have excelletnt connectivity reception, but Internet Explorer cannot display...


Signal is only one part of the complete connectivity problem. Your lack of connectivity is almost certainly due to some other component, such as your second laptop having an incompatible static IP address specified, or no DNS servers specified.
First, ensure your PC is configured for a dynamic IP address. Once you have acquired good signal and connected, check to see that you have received a dynamic IP address. If that works, open IE and type in the numeric IP address if your EPA repeater. If you get a response, the problem is not your wireless connection or local IP address. Now type in the IP address 74.125.19.103 . If you get a response, your problem is that you have no DNS servers specified.

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Game server and my IP address


First option is to forward ports where your friends can connect to. The second option is to put your computer in DMZ. These options can be found on the router settings.

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Linksys wireless camera--viewable if ISP uses dynamic IPs?


Ok, everything by default hands out dynamic ip addresses. If the camera is plugged into the network it will automatically pick up an ip address and you would be able to see it in your router config page. Try attaching the camera to the wireless network and then log into your router and look for attached devices. Let me know if you get stuck and where you get stuck.
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Installation CD


I lost my installation CD and received these instructions from the Belkin Tech Support, and was able to install the Wireless N Router with no problems.
Follow the steps given below for configuring the Belkin N router manually.
- Connect the computer to the "LAN" port on the router and connect the modem to the Internet/"WAN" port, using Ethernet cables. 
- Take a paper clip, insert the paper clip in the reset hole of the router and hold it for 15 seconds.
- The power light will flash and then come back "ON" solid, indicating that the router is being restored to factory defaults.
- The corresponding lights on the front of the router should be lit up.
- On the computer, check if you have an IP address in the range of 192.168.2.x.
- If not, specify a static IP address, gateway and "DNS" address by following the steps given in the link-
http://web.belkin.com/support/kb/kb.asp?a=2824 
- Log on to the router web interface by typing in http://192.168.2.1, in the address bar of your browser.
- By default, the password is blank.
- Click on "Connection Type" in the left hand column under "Internet WAN" heading.

If the connection type is Dynamic (cable):

- Choose "Dynamic" and then click on "Next". 
- Type in your “Host Name”, if you’re Internet Service Provider has provided it. Else, leave it blank.
- Click on "Change WAN MAC Address".
- Click on the button "Clone".
- Click on "Apply Changes". 

If the connection type is PPPOE (DSL):

- Choose "PPPOE" and click on "Next".
- Enter the user name and password given by your Internet Service Provider.
- Save the settings.
- Click on the "Home" link at the top of the screen. 

Internet Status should show "Connected" on the top right hand corner of the web page.

If the problem persists, please get back to us with the following information:

1. Type of connection provided by your ISP (Is it PPPOE, Dynamic or static).
2. Name of the Internet service provider (ISP).

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Wireless-wired based devices must be in the same lan


If you are connecting to the internet, your network must use an un-assigned sub-net. You should use 192.168.1.1 - 255 with a mask of 255.255.255.0. Your router, linksys, will defaut to this. You should use dynamic addressing on the computers you want to connect, unless there is a reason that you need to use static addressing. If you need to use static addressing, you need to configure your router to only use say 192.168.1.10 - 20 for dynamic addressing. then configure your PC's to use 192.168.1.11 & 12 or anything else outside of the dynamic addressing.

I suspect your router is set for dynamic addressing and the static address that you are trying to use is in the dynamic range and your router will not see you PC's.

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How do I clone the MAC address in a Router?


In the routers web interface, click on login (password would be either blank or smcadmin) -> Advanced setup -> click on WAN -> Dynamic IP address -> click on clone MAC address and save the settings.

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