Dynamic IP's and routers

  zed650 22:36 25 Apr 04

I am considering bying an ADSl Router to allow me to network several machines and give internet access to each.

As I currently have a dynamic IP (through a speedtouch 330)would I need a static IP -at extra cost from ISP- for an 'always on' connection.


  mgmcc 23:34 25 Apr 04

No because, with a router, it is the router which gets the (dynamic) IP address from the ISP and the router's DHCP server then allocates LAN IP addresses, probably in the 192.168.0.xxx range, to the connected PCs.

  zed650 21:05 26 Apr 04

mgmcc: Ta, still learning.

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