Yes it is possible, but most cable internet providers charge extra for doing so. You want to ask them for a "static IP address".
The other option is to use a service that provides Dynamic DNS (Domain Name System). One such provider is TZO.com. This allows you to have a dynamic IP address, and TZO routes the DNS (such as www.mywebaddress.com) to whichever IP address your computer currently has. When your IP address changes a utility (which you install on your system) notifies TZO or whoever your Dynamic DNS provider is.
Dynamic DNS: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamic_dns
If a computer is connected to the Internet, it can access e-mail. Not all computers are connected to the Internet, so they can not access e-mail.
yes it is possible
in general, no. however, it is possible if the computer connected to the internet has a second wireless card installed. then you would set the second card into ad-hoc mode and activate internet sharing.
Millions of computers and servers. Connected with optical fibres.
It is possible that the router (wireless network) that you are connecting to is not currently connected to a modem (the internet). In this case, your computer will say that it is connected to a wireless network, but the network is not connected to the internet. If you have access to the router, check to see that the router has an ethernet connection to a modem.
Possibly It really depends on your vulnerability! If you have a great program for an antivirus and internet security then it's still somewhat possible but highly unlikely. It really depends on what you have for safety.
No, you cannot. For that to be possible, your ipod would have to be connected to the internet, which only occurs when your iPod is connected to your computer. Unfortunatly, the iPod now belongs to the thief.
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It's very possible. In fact, that's how most viruses get spread - through the web. Of course, just having your computer connected to the internet can put you at risk to get viruses.
The main advantages of an ADSL filter in computer science is making it possible to be connected to the Internet while at the same time being able to make and receive landlines calls.
It is possible to connected a DirecTV receiver to both a computer and a conventional television. However, the receiver is designed to be connected to the television.
The following are possible reasons to why your computer often gets disconnected from the Internet:Something is wrong with the computer.The software on the computer is messed up.The computer didn't connect to the Internet correctly.You are not paying your Internet bill.
Yes if your connected to a DSL line. This allows both phone and computer connection to the same line simultaneously.
If you have never had Internet on that computer nor used an electronic bulletin board service, then your computer can never be hacked into remotely. However, if you have recently had Internet access and been on a site that has a hacker, then it is possible that they already hacked in. Now, if somebody has physical to your computer and knows or can guess your passwords, it is possible.
You would need to contact your internet provider to see if it's possible to host a website through them. Then you need to run a server on your computer and stay connected to the internet 24/7. It isn't very easy.
it is possible for it to short the board or card it is connected to if its not running properly - so yes... if your USB port is connected directly to the main board it is possible, yes.
No. The purpose of a gaming router is to provide the best possible performance for communication between computers on a LAN. It does not have to be connected to the internet.
You need an internet monitoring software and a manageable switch, so by connecting your computer to the mirroring port, you will able to monitor all computers' internet activities. Internet monitoring software: http://www.imfirewall.us Deployment example: http://www.imfirewall.us/help/doc/deploy_Dlink.htm
It's not only possible but if one of many features which is widely used.If it is a computer in a corporate network, il can be easily and legally accessed by your system administrator at any time. You won't even notice it. There are many products for remote access such as VNC, Radmin, LogMeIn, Remote Office Manager, TeamViewer and so on.
It most certainly is possible. Each computer, no matter how many are connected, has its own unique number or address that is permanently assigned to that computer. The network admin can trace that number back to the given computer and known which file was downloaded as well as exactly what time and on what day it took place. When a company sets up a network do not fall into the idea that there is privacy.
yes you can
Windows updates are needed to patch new security flaws and / or fix bugs in the system. If you have a Windows computer connected to the Internet, you desperately need to keep your security as up to date as possible.
As long as the network is connected to the internet, yes.