Does Dish check location from IP address when receivers connect by Internet?
If they did it wouldn't matter much.
We sometimes connect with Hughesnet which the IP range is in Virgina. But most often we use the park Wi-Fi where we are staying. So our IP address changes as often a daily.
Why do you care? MOVER possibly? They don't care about that or the ip ,unless you are trying to put receivers in different houses then they would notice the ip address isn't the same.
Like Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Oregon, Washington, Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma>?If they did chk they would see you are in the same general area.
IP addresses change and really only give your general area.
IP addresses can be tracked right down to the computer, if someone wants to take the time and effort to do it. I'm sure if the IP associated with my internet service was given to Verizon they could track it down to my house. It doesn't make a difference if you have static or dynamic IP service either. Question would be would Dish really care enough or want to spend the bucks to do it....
Given that all receivers must be located in one and only one location, it could certainly represent a red flag to see them with different IP addresses.If they did chk they would see you are in the same general area.