I've recently received an email from my web host saying:
"Since your domain does not have a static IP address but acquires a dynamic address you may not be able to use the mod_rewrite feature."
For some reason it seemed fishy to me and I decided to find out for sure. I've been trying to find the true answer via searching Google and scanning apache docs on mod_rewrite. And I hope it's not that self-explanatory and trivia that it wasn't just covered anywhere. So, is it true?
Thanks for the input so far. I can't verify it really because they don't allow .htaccess. Dumb, he? I learned it in that same email from them. What would you think my webhost is? Hint: they have the largest web portal on the Web %-)
I'll try contacting them and playing fool, asking to use mod_rewrite in their main config files, maybe they'll give up finally.
So far I haven't had any problems with indexing and I hope dynamic IP won't cause anything sagnificant.