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Topic # 18100 27-Dec-2007 20:30
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Hi, guys how are you doing?

I think I have static IP Address because when I saw on the Static routes, the network address, subnet mask and Gateway are added. And also on the Routing table, the static IP is listed, for more information see in the Routing table.



 


Flags

Network Address

Netmask

Gateway

Interface

Metric

C

0.0.0.0

0.0.0.0

84.235.112.254

PVC1

0

C

84.235.112.254

255.255.255.255

directly

PVC1

1

S

90.148.151.98

255.255.255.255

84.235.112.254

PVC1

1

C

90.148.110.237

255.255.255.255

directly

PVC1

0

C

192.168.1.0

255.255.255.0

directly

LAN

0

C

127.0.0.1

255.255.255.255

directly

Loopback

0

 

 


 

 

 



 My question is, If it is static IP Address, how could I add ( apply ) in my Router?



thanks

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  Reply # 101970 27-Dec-2007 22:42
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No, that is a static route for 90.148.151.98 via the default gateway 84.235.112.254.  It's not a static IP, and is odd that it is there given that you already have a default route (0/0) via 84.235.112.254.

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  Reply # 103055 5-Jan-2008 16:36
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Best way to see if you have a static IP (assuming you are on an ADSL connection):

1. Goto www.whatismyip.com and note down your IP address
2. Turn your ADSL modem off, wait 10 seconds, then turn it on again
3. Repeat step 1 and see if your IP address is the same

My guess is you'll have a different IP address, and so it's not static.

A static IP is given to you by your ISP, not normally set in your modem.

 
 
 
 




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Reply # 103432 7-Jan-2008 20:10
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           thank you very much Guys, i understand for what you are saying.
                                                  

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