IP : The Internet Protocol (IP) address is assigned to your computer, providing a numeric address necessary to connect to the Internet or another IP-based network.
Dynamic Ip : A dynamic IP address changes each time you connect to your Internet Service Provider (ISP). This allows ISPs to keep a pool of addresses available to subscribers. If you disconnect from the ISP, your address is returned to the pool, becoming available to the next computer that connects.
Static Ip :A static IP address is fixed, much like a telephone number. If your ISP gives you a static address, you will always use the same address. Servers usually have static addresses, so they can always be found at the same location.