Why does my IP address change?

Every time people establish a new connection with their broadband Internet Service Provider’s (ISP) account either using a wired home/business connection or a wireless connection, the ISP’s network assigns an individual Internet Protocol to them. This is necessary for any computer in order to connect to the web and so that other web servers could provide the data exchange facilities.

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Why does my IP address change

There are two types of IP address assignments – static IP and dynamic IP. Most broadband service providers use dynamic IP address allocation and offer a static Internet Protocol allocation at an additional fee. Static IP assignment is often required for device tracking devices such as those used in IP address surveillance and those that require a permanent network address.

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