Why in the router configuration Static ip if the ISP and so it provides?


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Hello! I have a provider (2kom) provides a service static ip, I have it hooked up, now my ip address is constant. And why in the settings of the router there is a function "Static ip address"? Because I have same ip and so was static, although in the router settings is set to "Dynamic ip address"
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Static ip in router means that you yourself will enter the IP address manually.
Dynamic Ip in the router means that the address will be given by DHCP server of ISP.

And what there address you will be given provider is static or dynamic it depends on your arrangements with the provider.

In General, configure a static ip you do not need, it is necessary when your ISP does not provide the distribution of addresses on DHCP.
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> And why in the settings of the router there is a function "Static ip address"?
to drive it handles.
> Because I have same ip and so was static, although in the router settings is set to "Dynamic ip address"
is not to drive handles.
just the name of the setting confuse you. it would be better to call it "get DHCP address" but marketologi translators of the manufacturer of the router decided otherwise.
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From the question is not very clear about what ip is it external or inside the network. Suppose on the inside. Then the answer is: it's not the same as your external ip is the address that the router gives to the computer in your local network.
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When I read this question, immediately thought of what IP is it ? The correct answer to this question, ask another question=))) totally agree with Alex Shots Alex Ukolov
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