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Dynamic IP Addressing - Definition

Dynamic IP Addressing refers to one of two types of addressing used by DSL. With this temporary form, addresses are assigned at the start of a session from a pool of addresses. When the session is concluded the IP Address is returned back to the pool. Having a Dynamic IP address means that each time that device accesses the Internet, it will have a different address. There is no need for the user to take any action to set up this address each time he or she goes online.


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