Adam McKenna wrote: > Like I said, I don't consider DHCP addresses to be static. And any > commercial ISP that uses that scheme and calls it "static" is asking for > trouble. Why? I get my static IP assigned via DHCP (actually the PPPoE equivalent thereof, but it's the same principle -- my ISP gives me an IP address whenever I connect, but they guarantee that it'll be the same every time). I don't see how this could possibly be construed as "asking for trouble". Cameron.
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