Since a significant number of publicly available IP addresses are allocated by ARIN (American Registry of Internet Numbers) directly to carriers, the carriers will usually retain their IP addresses if you move or change service providers. As such, it is usually not possible to keep your static IP during the move/change process.
Articles in this section
- How do I check my ONT (Optical Network Terminal) for connectivity?
- What is a VPN?
- What is DNS? What is reverse DNS?
- What is ARIN and do I need to register?
- What happens to my IP address if I move or change my Internet Service Provider (ISP)?
- What is the difference between a "single static IP" and a "block" lease?
- Do IPv6 and IPv4 addresses look different?
- What is IPv6, and do I need it?
- What is the difference between a dynamic IP and static IP?
- Why would I need a static IP address?