__/ [Benjamin Niemann] on Monday 31 October 2005 13:40 \__
> Ryan Garnier wrote:
>> I thought writing the link with my IP address, but my ISP provides me a
>> dynamic IP, so it wouldn't work always.
>> A solution may be obtaining my IP and making the link with that IP.
> Look at services like www.dyndns.com or www.no-ip.com
Or VPN (Virtual Private Networking)?
The ISP can sometimes make exceptions and have you allocated the same IP
address every time (reserved?).
I can recall a user who needed the same IP address assigned to him for
whatever reason he states. He was retired, so I question the genuineness of
his needs, at the way he put it. Then again, he apparently controls the
newsgroups in the UK, so there might be justification.
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