Dont let the guy with no idea confuse you, I dont have the slightest idea what a "PCIP" is, simply because your PC has no IP, network harware attached to your system using the TCP/IP protocol (or simmilar) is assigned an IP address.
In general if you have a network behind a router your router has an IP address that is visable by anyone on the intenet and you have a seperate set of IP addresses for each system or device on the internal network.
Likewise if you have Dial up and a network adapter your system will have a Network IP and your Dial up (internet) IP address.
Both are independant and only the internet connection IP is relevent when dealing with internet matters.
Hope this helps explain things.
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