What is a Static IP? A Static IP is an Internet Protocol (IP) address that is a permanent number assigned to a specific computer by the Internet Service Provider (ISP) that connect that device to the internet. This number does not change if the devices on the network are restarted or if the network router is off.
When computers and devices are connected online, each device is assigned a unique IP address—a random set of numbers that identify each device on a network and enable them to communicate. A Static IP address remains constant—and for businesses, that has several advantages. Learn more about the benefits in our vlog.