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The common (non-corporate) Internet user always uses a dynamic IP address from the ISP service provider, which causes an IP change (usually a new IP address) every time you log into your ISP account and connect to the Internet. In this environment, Dynamic DNS (DDNS) is the only solution if you want to use your computer as a Web server, BBS, mail server, or other Internet services without worrying about IP changes.