What’s the ideal connection for business (STATIC/DYNAMIC)

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I applied DSL for my business. In the internet cafe what's the ideal connection is it static or dynamic? For your
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Tony Stevenson

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What’s the ideal connection for business (STATIC/DYNAMIC)

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This is quite long story if I'm going to discuss this in the IT Terms there are many technicalities you need to know and first timer done easily catch up of this technicalities. IP Static is like a telephone numbers address which is a fixed IP address, this can be use if your planning your own website then you must have a static IP address so that the client locate you on the internet through IP address. Static IP address are always available for the higher plans. If your ISP offer you an options if you want static or dynamic IP address then much better you choose IP Static. On the dynamic side, i will give you the overview and use of this. Dynamic IP address are normally use for residential, every time you log to internet the ISP assign to you a new IP address unlike Static which is fix. The concept of Dynamic IP is every time you restart you will be given new IP addresses. Hope you have now idea on this.
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Tony Stevenson

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What’s the ideal connection for business (STATIC/DYNAMIC)

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Static As the name implies Static IP addresses are the same every time you connect. Dynamic IP addresses may change each time you connect to the internet. The Dynamic IP addresses are the normal customer access method used by most ISPs or services providers each time.

When we using dynamic IP addresses, even if you are permanently connect always on some ISP's/service providers change dynamic IP addresses every 24 hours, others change is less frequently may be monthly or even longer in certain cases. You may check your local ISP's policy on IP address change quickly. The basic change of IP address is typically carried out between your ISP/Service providers network and your local on site. 

DSL or other modem using the main Dynamic Host Control Protocol called DHCP. You will see no operational effect when IP address changes each time, but neither will you be able to stop the process.

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