> If you will be using PPPoE then you will normally also be using DHCP.
> That doesn't require that your IP address will change, but it isn't a
> true static IP. Most providers here at least actually issue a DHCP
> reservation so that you always get the same IP rather than provide a
> truly static IP address.
I see: a sort of DHCP reservation based on username, instead of MAC
So, this means it wouldn't be possible to use PPPoE with assigned block
of *real* static IPs (including IPs for default gateway, subnet address
and broadcast address) which have to be hard coded in most ISP offers?
Thank you all,