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Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by sundartech, Apr 13, 2010.

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  1. sundartech

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    in my office have one server 2003 n ubuntu server, i want the difference betweeen static ip n dynamic ip's, i know the static ip means ip which r assisgned manually n dynamic means obtain ip automatically other than that?
     
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    Yes, that is correct. A static IP address, is one where you specify the IP address, mask and gateway in the configuration files on the server.

    A dynamic ip address is one where an IP address is assigned to a machine from a DHCP server from a pool of IP addresses allocated to a DHCP scope. The machine may get a different IP address when it is rebooted.

    A third type is a Reserved IP address, is one where an IP address is assigned to a MAC address in the DHCP Scope so that a machine is always allocated the same IP address and the machine gets that IP address from the DHCP server.
     
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    oh thanks very much......
    another question, how to block some websites by using firewall device?
     
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    What Firewall and did you read the user manual for your firewall device?
     
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