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How to obtain static IP? [closed]

My service provider doesn't provide me static IP unless I pay them. Is there any other way to achieve this?
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3answers
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How can I understand if an IP address is dynamic or static?

I have an IP list and I have to seperate them as static ones and dynamic ones. Is there any tool or way to do that? Thank for any advice...
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5answers
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Can't connect to internet with dynamic IP

I have a small business network with the DNS server being run on Windows Server 2003. Most of the computers in the company have a dynamic IP address assigned through the aforementioned server. One of ...
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1answer
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Building test environment inside Hyper-V - Adding machines into a Domain

I am currently building a test environment with 4 servers inside Hyper-V. One of the servers is a Domain Controller, the other servers will be a member of that domain. All machines are on an ...
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6answers
543 views

Accessing IP restricted server from dynamic IP

Our servers (all CentOS) are all restricted by IP but often i am out and about and stuck on a dynamic IP address. Using a DynDNS widget I have set this dynamic IP to always sync with a DynDNS hostname ...
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5answers
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How necessary is a static IP when running a webserver from home

I'm considering hosting at home not through a third party. Some of the content will be software that need to run reliably 24/7. Currently I buy the domain then redirect it to the IP of my webhost, so ...
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2answers
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What are the advantages and disadvantages of using Exchange in native mode vs pop3 connector

I've a client which has Exchange 2010 installed. He is thinking to have POP3 connector to get all emails from his provider as opposed to native redirection of all MX records to this server. He feels ...
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1answer
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'arp authorized' alternative

Is there another way besides arp authorized command on a cisco router to prevent users from setting static IP addresses on their computers and getting access to the network? Essentially, limiting ...