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Join Date: Jun 2012
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# 1792
03-19-2013, 02:00 PM
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Originally Posted by darkjeff View Post
Isn't a static IP something granted by your ISP, not your router? You don't really have control over what IPs your ISP assign you.

Generally, I find resetting my router helps my connection. I think it's old and dying. T_T
You can purchace a block of static IP's from your ISP. I think mine are costing me $5 a month for 5. Originally yes, I had a single Static IP. Using a block the router is set up as transparent and the computers handle the work. In this case I have 2 computers under Static (Servers), 2 cameras with Static IP's and the Netgear router with a Static. There are about a dozen computers all total. The gaming computers all go through the netgear and have dynamic IP's.

And yes, reseting the old Linksys would fix the problem for a short time. It was old and dying. I sold it for $2 to some poor dumb sucker.