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A dynamic IP address is assigned to a computer when it first attempts to initiate a connection to the network. The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is responsible for assigning these addresses, which typically expire and are replaced every 24 hours unless otherwise specified. These types of internet protocol addresses provide an easy way for networks, such as your company’s local area network (LAN), to assign temporary-use ip addresses that can be used by anyone who needs them in order to access the internet.

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The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is responsible for assigning these addresses, which typically expire and are replaced every 24 hours unless otherwise specified. These types of internet protocol addresses provide an easy way for networks, such as your company’s local area network (LAN), to assign temporary-use ip addresses that can be used by anyone who needs them in order to access the internet. Another benefit of using dynamic IPs for assignment purposes is that it makes troubleshooting easier because you don’t have to worry about not recognizing a computer’s user name or location when they come into contact with your network.  When a person without their own unique IP address tries connecting to the LAN on another person’s account, this will

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