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Does it need a static IP address to creat project in Visual Studio .NET to do web application

Posted on 2004-08-09
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Hi dudes, hopefully i throw the question at the right place...
I have just installed visual studio .net, and have no experience yet. does it require static IP address to work on it?

Many thanx in advance!

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Hi boyeric:
> does it require static IP address to work on it?
NO

Dabas
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Your visual Studio web project does NOT depend on your IP address. IP address is only for outsiders to access it.
-Baan
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Visual Studio if working on the local machine will work on a static ip address by default .... a special ip address called the loopback address ... its 127.0.0.1 .... but as to needing a static ip address the answer is a huge no.
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Thanks all guys, i tried it again and it  worked.
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