What is an Internet Protocol address?
IP stands for “Internet Protocol,” and it refers to a unique address assigned to each computer connected to a certain network.
What is a virtual private network (VPN)?
A VPN is an acronym for a virtual private network. It is essentially a “simulated” private network that is stretched over a public network. It enables users to browse the internet as if they were linked directly to a genuine private network.
What is a VPN with a dedicated IP (Static IP)?
VPN services may offer static (dedicated) or dynamic IP addresses (shared). A dedicated IP (Static IP) VPN uses a VPN provider-generated IP address that is static, not shared, and does not vary over time.
Each time a user connects to a dedicated IP VPN, the internet protocol stays the same since the subscriber is assigned a unique IP address. However, a dedicated IP VPN is a premium service that comes at a premium price, since the IP address will be reserved exclusively for the subscriber who paid for it. There are many advantages to utilizing a dedicated IP (static IP) VPN.
The advantages of dedicated IP VPN
The following are some of the advantages of a dedicated IP VPN.
A private, non-shared IP address
A dedicated IP VPN provides the user with a static IP address that is devoted to them alone, as opposed to a dynamic (shared) IP address that is used by many users to access prohibited websites and conceal their actual IP addresses.
IP addresses that remain static
Another advantage of a dedicated IP VPN is that the IP address remains constant except when it is utilized exclusively by the user. It is not dynamic (shared) in the way that a dynamic (shared) IP address is.
Prevents you from being banned
Certain websites highly regard static and dedicated IP addresses and frown upon shared IP addresses. These websites often prohibit users from using shared (dynamic) IP addresses due to their maneuvering activities. As a result, users with dedicated IP addresses often avoid being blacklisted.
Avoidance of “unrecognized IP address” and getting banned
Certain websites, like PayPal, eBay, Google, and credit card firms, monitor their customers’ IP addresses for security reasons. They are compelled to ban users whose IP addresses are constantly changing by delivering an “unrecognized IP address” notice and temporarily disabling login until their identities can be confirmed. Users that utilize a dedicated IP VPN are not affected by this change.