What is a Dynamic IP address?
An IP (Internet Protocol) address identifies a computer or other device on the Internet for the purposes of sending or receiving data. Having a Dynamic IP address means that each time that device accesses the Internet, it will have a different address. There is no need for the user to take any action to set up this address each time he or she goes online. Customers who need to be consistently identified on the Internet (those with a domain name like XYZ.com), those who are hosting a Web site or e-mail server, or those who need to access their computer remotely, will require a static IP address. Dynamic IP addressing is the only addressing available with the residential version of NTC DSL Service.
Can I register a domain name for my Web page?
Yes. One can register his/her domain name using NTC DSL services, for this one must has to get a Static IP from NTC against DSL connection.
How is DSL different from other Internet connections?
Dial-up (Analog) Modems
Analog modems were designed to work on regular telephone lines and usually operate at speeds ranging from 28.8K to 56K. The main difference between analog and DSL modems is that an analog modem works over voice frequencies. It can't handle the higher - and much faster - digital frequencies. DSL actually takes a load off the voice channels by using the higher, non-voice frequencies.
Some Internet connections are available through cable television lines that have been upgraded to carry data in two directions. However, you share bandwidth and this access with your neighborhood, so there is a possibility of slowdowns during peak-use periods just because your neighbors log on.
DSL technology provides a dedicated service over an existing local connection to the NTC office/exchange near you. This means that you don't have to share your local access connection with other users.