|A dynamic IP address is an IP address that
One of the best examples of a dynamic IP
address is your Internet connection. For example, you have an IP
address when you connect to the Internet. Most of the time, when you
connect to the Internet, your IP address changes (it is dynamic). Not
everyone has a dynamic IP Internet connection IP, but the majority of
Internet users use an automatically generated dynamic IP.
The IP address is automatically assigned to
you each time you log on to the Internet.
Why do you need an IP? It's necessary
so that when you "click" on a link or watch online videos, or download
files, all of these things need to know how to find your computer.
They are aided by your IP address.
Dynamic IP Address Advantages
More secure since hackers have a hard time
tracking your IP address.
Dynamic IP Address Disadvantages
It's tough hosting a website with a dynamic IP since
it would be changing and after each change, it would be
challenging for the Internet to keep up with these changes. While it
can be done, it is usually not done by professional website hosts given the
nature of errors and associated problems.