Dynamic IP wallets

What happens if i do a http payment request to my wallet running on my home server that does not have a fixed ip-address, and the ip-address changes during the process.
I’m assuming it will fail because the server cannot be reached, but what if it now points to someone elses wallet and she will claim my grin.
Is this something i should be worried about or am i just being paranoid?

Most home connections are static IPs so this shouldn’t be a problem in general. Dynamic IPs are problematic, you can either use one of the other supported payment methods (file, keybase) or use a third-party wallet like wallet713.

Maybe be good dont use default port

Here most ISP’s give dynamic address