static address

static address

An identification given to a component that does not change. See static IP address.
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In such cases, it is typical for these customers to have various mobile job sites and the location aware SAS-5000 alarm and signal processing system protects them by reporting the exact location with static address to the responding police force.
Dogewallet said that they are currently looking at logs and have found thousands of attempts to hack their systems by gaining access to Dogewallet's filesystem and modified its send/receive page to send coins to a static address.
Having a static address is a necessity for such tasks as peering two offices together for free phone calls, or having remote extensions for offsite employees.
By sitting there with a static address, it is more likely that someone can 'find you' and try to drop a Trojan horse onto your machine.
In technology parlance, if you don't have a static address on the global financial network, you will not be allowed to do business in the United States or with a U.