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how can I get my actually IP from my router?

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Hi,  I got a ADSL router and a ADSL connection.   Since my ADSL router provide all the fake IP for my computers.. so I dunno how to get a real IP to make my FTP server, since my ADSL has different IP each time I login..

thanx for your help :)
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there are two ways to do this, either get an IP from your ISP, this will cost money, or use a service like www.dyndns.org which will let you use a login / bootime script to give them your ip, then you simply telnet / ftp to myusernameorsomethingelse.dyndns.ml.org


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Just go to this web site...

http://kid.pagecount.com/kid/tellip/
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