A dynamic IP address is one that can change without the device’s user having to do anything. Dynamic IP addresses allow networks to control the IP addresses of devices that connect to them. This allows you to connect portable devices to different networks without needing to manually change their IP addresses.
Dynamic IP addresses are set by network protocols, most often DHCP.
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