1. If i'm behind a network/LAN/NAT, the IP that is publicly tracked via Website/Email header belongs to my ISP. In other words, this public IP reveals which ISP i'm registered with. Right?
2. As known a Dial-Up connection assign me a public IP directly to my PC, so if somebody tracked my IP, he/she would spot almost my exact location/address. Right?
3. If i have a home LAN which has a router box and all my hosts are connected to this router, then obviously i would have an IP address that explicit to everybody so i can get incoming/outgoing connections. Now if a user track this router's IP, the user will be able to track where my router is which resides inside my home/where i live, so what about the ISP Public IP? Which one will be considered as a Public IP. Since i'm registered with an ISP + my hosts are behind a router. Tracking my Public IP would track to which location? my ISP or my Router's box? I'm little confused about this, can you please explain.
4. If somebody could locate your ISP, can he/she get spot the address where you living without contacting the ISP?
5. Does the ISP client has to be located/living where the ISP is? For example, if ISP is located on Houston, TX, does this mean the client live in Houston, TX? or the client could be living in Washington, DC whereas the ISP is located Houston,TX?
My questions based on assumption that a client is using either Cable or Wireless. I think they follow the same rules for IP distributions.
I tried to make my questions clear and easy to grasp. I'm looking forward to hearing from you.