Re: Why IP address is fixed everytime connected to the Internet?
Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005 15:37:42 -0700
"Mike Preston" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>Your ISP is assigning your Internet IP Address - You need a static
>>address if you are:
>>Hosting a mailserver
>>Hosting a website
>>Providing Dialin Access (VPN)
> No, you don't. no-ip, dyndns and similar services allow you to do all
> of the above with dynamic IPs.
For hosting a mail server?! Surely you are joking.
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