An IP address that is not subject to change. Typically reserved for business Internet services, while consumer Internet services use dynamic IPs.
A fixed (non-dynamic) IP address. Your IP address and host name are recorded in DNS, and remain unchanged each log in.
An Internet Protocol address that remains the same each time you log on to the Internet.
If a web hosting company offer a dedicated IP with their hosting plan, this means that your site will be assigned its own IP address. Most shared hosting plans do not have this option. However some web hosting companies will give you a dedicated IP address if you need to install SSL certificate for example.
The term used to describe a network device that has a permanent or public IP address as opposed to a dynamic IP address.
You are assigned one IP address that is yours for as long as you keep your service.
a connection with a permanent IP address that persists after re-connection
a fixed address, meaning you use the same address each time you access the Internet
an address that a specific computer always has
an Internet address that never changes, which is sometimes an optional service when you purchase high-speed, "always-on" Internet service
an Internet protocol address that does not change
an IP address that doesn't change
an IP address that is fixed, that is it never changes
an IP address that is set on each workstation under the TCP/IP protocol
an IP that is manually given to you, and is basically leased out to you
a number (in the form of a dotted quad) that is assigned to a your website by us to be its permanent address on the Internet
a number that is assigned to you by iTEL to be your permanent address on the Internet
A static IP address is a permanent Internet Protocol address. Devices that need to be connected to the Internet long-term benefit significantly from having a permanent address. Back
A connection where the numeric address does not change, even if you disconnect and reconnect.
An IP address that is the same each time connect to the Internet. (See also Dynamic IP).
If a host offers a static IP, it means that your site will be assigned a unique and unchanging IP address. This means that you are given a unique set of numbers (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) specifically assigned to your Web space. This allows you to access your Web site via a Web browser or development tool regardless of the status of your domain name. Having your own IP address also gives you the opportunity of publishing your Web site to your new Web space before actually transferring your domain name.
A static IP address is one that has been reserved and assigned to one particular customer's DSL or T1 line, and will be used by one computer or router. It does not get reassigned or changed unless the customer requires it to be, or network changes at Speakeasy prompt it to be.
Fixed IP address permanently assigned to your PC or IP phone.
A static IP address is a number (in form of a dotted quad) that is assigned to a computer / appliance by an Internet Service Provider (ISP) to be its permanent address on the Internet.
An IP address that stays the same every time you log on to the Internet.
If a host offers a static IP, it means that your site will be assigned a unique and unchanging IP address. See the FAQ for some possible advantages of using a static IP.
Just as each building on a street has an address, so does each computer on the Internet. This "address scheme" allows you to distinguish between every computer on the Internet. For example, you may have come across a number in association with Internet lingo such as "18.104.22.168"--or something similar. This is an Internet Protocol (IP) address. The only reason you would need a Static IP Address is if you wish to turn your computer into some sort of server, or if you want the convenience of knowing that every time you connect to your ISP, you're going to use the same IP address. A Static IP Address would allow you to give out one address to everyone, and they could then use that address to connect to your server while you were connected to your ISP. Other examples of uses include using a Static IP Address in conjunction with an email server, a WWW server, or playing a multiuser game with others on the Internet.
A Static IP address is a "fixed" IP address. What this means is that the IP address as well as the host name are recorded in the DNS tables. Each time you log in, you will have the same address.
An address on your network that never changes. Static IP Addresses are obtained from ISP's.
Some web hosting companies offer a static IP, which means that your site will be assigned a unique and unchanging IP address.
A Static IP is a "fixed" IP address assigned to a specific computer or other device on a network. The IP address remains the same and is associated with that computer or device.
An IP address which is the same every time you log on to the Internet. See Dynamic IP.
Static IP (or Dedicated IP) is an IP address set aside exclusively for a particular domain name.
Is an assigned IP Address that does not change.
A static or dedicated IP Address is a type of account from an ISP where your computer(s) are assigned the same IP Address at all times. While this used to be a requirement for web-site serving, it is usually used today for security purposes.
This is a number identity that is assigned to a computer by an Internet Service Provider (ISP) to be its permanent address on the Internet. It is used by computers to locate and talk to each other on the Internet. Networking
An IP address that never changes, always stays the same. (A dynamic IP lways changes).
It means that the site is assigned a unique and unchanging IP address.