How come when I post a comment from my own hub, my IP address that shows has changed 3 times?
For instance, I posted say 2 weeks ago and it shows my ip address, then a week later i post to someone elses comment and it's different, then today again, it's different? It's from the same computer, same place so what's going on? It's not a slight change either??
Depending on your network set up, every time you connect, your internet service provider can assign you a different ip address known as a dynamic ip address. Only if your settings are for a static ip address will it stay the same. In the end it doesn't matter all that much
You have a dynamic IP. Simple as that. I know dial up has that and some other ISP provide you with a dynamic IP, too.
In case there is some wireless router difficulties this Ip will be the first step for your resolution. Once you access the control panel it is possible to see all the wireless router particulars which includes its firmware type. If some other computers are linked on the 'network ' you are able to discover them. Certainly one of the selections can help you setup wireless network. You just have to examine the settings for wireless 'network ' and add a details and you are totally free gain access to the network of computers together with your notebook. The troubleshooting wizard may make suggestions to the answer of your challenge. In case you can’t recall the security password you can try working with several of the default security passwords which could easily be located online. If that does not assist mainly because an individual has changed the default pass word then it is possible to try the reset button and use yet another username and password.
Hai most of the internet service providers assign dynamic ip address to their users. Dynamic ip address changed when ever you log on to the internet. So your ip address shown different. If you want static ip address ask your ISP. You can check your ip address Dynamic or static at http://www.ip-details.com/
by Audrey Selig 5 years ago
I just noticed this. Is it new or has it always been there? What would be the reason for this posting?
by Cindy Vine 2 years ago
Am just wondering, how do you get a fake IP address that shows you as being in a different country?
by Kiz 9 years ago
I just wanted to say THANK YOU to Hubpages staff for implementing the IP function.Tonight I received two horrid comments from the same user, one while not signed in, one while signed in - and the thought came up:Is there any "block" option in the works or on the ever-growing list of stuff...
by David Stillwell 6 years ago
How come when people leave comments I can see their IP address?I have not noticed this before today, but when I was approving comments an IP address was listed below the approve/deny button. Twice, two separate IP address? Why?
by HELLA 7 years ago
So does anybody here know an easy way to exclude all of my internal traffic from both my work comp and home comp for Google Analytics. Filters seem to be geared more towards owned websites and not so much a site like Hubpages. It's really not a user friendly system. I have noticed that basically...
by internett1t3 5 years ago
How to get dynamic IP?
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