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DHCP (Dynamic Host Config Protocol) is a protocol that will automatically assign an i/p address (TCP/IP) for network connectivity. The other type is Static I/P which would have a "static" i/p address assigned. If you go to Start/run, type in cmd and then ipconfig /all to see if you are connected via DHCP or Static I/P. Some apps need a static i/p, and this can be accomplished if you edit the hosts file on c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc but you would need expert help with it.
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