Two things. First, Webware's sessions tracking is based on a session id
that can be stored in a cookie or in a URL parameter. The IP address of
the client is not involved in session tracking.
Secondly, you can create your own persisitent cookies if you like, but
there's no technical reason why that state can't be stored on the
server. For example, most shopping cart contents are kept server side
these days, whereas in the early days of cookies, cookies were seen as a
good place to put that kind of information.
>>> probably does not matter.
> Why? Does Webware provide some other form of session to session persistence?
> If so, what about users on dialup and/or other connections which change IP?