lucy24 - 2:34 am on Oct 3, 2011 (gmt 0)
You're just saying that so I'll go off in search of a place that can translate it into English :-P
All I know is that when Suddenlink took over from Cox, their connection speed promptly became so lousy that things actually improved when I switched to DSL to save money. It's slower now that I live three blocks further away (it's an Official Dividing Line, so I also pay less). But I don't have dates to go with the before-and-after IPs.
Is it possible you live in a more densely populated area than I do? My address range apparently covers everything from San Francisco on north. When I feed my IP into one of the free tools, they take a pin, stick it into the map at random and say "Here you are!"
Anyway, I just realized I have a much simpler test. I looked myself up on a forum where I've got moderator access (the "look up all IP addresses" kind), with posts going back to something like 2003. Turns out that even when I was on a cable modem, which is supposed to be fixed IP, I somehow racked up nine different IPs, although one of them accounted for about half of all posts. On DSL I've had almost 300 addresses over the past 5 years.
Also a handful calling themselves ppp. I have no idea what those are, except that they're in the same range as some of the dsl's.
###. There are addresses here I wouldn't even recognize as my own. These are just the DSLs, not the cable modem.