These two IP's are also listed in the forum with his posts, so they both belong to him. Conclusion, he does not have static IP.
But both IP's are from: Australia Melbourne Telstra Internet.
Just a reminder to you guys that when RSC can't resolve an IP address (not unthinkable with higher pings from Australia) it will ALWAYS display the USA as a default. So that gives no info except that RSC could not resolve the IP address.
Gaza would not be the first to think they have a static IP when in fact they don't. Most times they will keep the same IP address until they restart their router, in some cases the provider will push a new IP address.
In my own case I also have semi-static IP. I can have the same IP for half a year, even when I restart my router but suddenly I may get another one. Providers do this so you don't run services that require a static IP because they want you to take a "business" account for stuff like that, it's how they make (more) money.
Trust is hard to gain but easy to lose.
Last edit: 3 months 5 days ago by NL.
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Correction, that second IP is currently yours, the first one is the IP is the one you had before this one... It is not a different Gaza, they bot link to the same account.
Do me a favor, turn of your router for 10 minutes (or the night) and check after restart if you got a new IP.