Static IP, I get it. Once it gets banned, you are done on that IP.
But what about Dynamic ones? Let's say I am playing on a game server and the administrators decide to ban me for cheating. They ban the IP I was using that specific time, correct?
But Dynamic IPs change pretty often so does that mean I will be able to normally log-in again once it changes? Is it that simple as it sounds?
Does someone have to restart the router in order for their IP to change or can it happen randomly while browsing on the Internet etc? (assuming it's a Dynamic IP)
When an IP changes, does the ISP change it completely or only the last few digits? For example from 94.544.453.erty (didn't want to finish it with numbers) to 94.544.453.sfrf. Or is it possible to also go from 94.544* to like 94.434*?
Do internet cafes have Dynamic or Static IPs usually? The reason I am asking is; if a cafe user gets banned from a server for cheating then does that mean whole cafe (30+ players) is pretty much unable to play on that server?
Is it true that you can't find someone's location accurately if they having a Dynamic IP? For example, it might say that you live 10kms away from your actual location.
If it's so easy to evade a ban by using a VPN or even by having a Dynamic IP then why do they keep issuing IP bans? Is this the only way to prevent someone from having access to something?