Definitions for "Dynamic IP Addressing"
Keywords:  dsl, adsl, isp, assigns, bellsouth
A temporary form of addressing used by DSL. When you log onto the Internet, you are assigned an IP address from a pool of addresses. When you log off, the IP address is returned to the pool. Having a Dynamic IP address means that each time that modem accesses the Internet, it will have a different address. You do not need to set up the address each time you go online.
One of two types of DSL addressing. It is a temporary address, randomly assigned from a pool of addresses. Each time you connect to the Internet, you will have a different address. Offered with standard DSL packages.
An IP address is assigned to the customer for their current session or some other ISP-specified amount of time.
Allows users to automatically locate Internet or intranet sites.