[clug] Fixed IP ISP
mark at canb2c.com
Thu May 13 08:12:20 GMT 2004
I have a fixed IP address for Velocity on Transact. Velocity provide it
for home users at no cost. You don't even need to ask for it. Don't know
if this is also true for ADSL. I host my own mail server and it works
fine. I was using IINET before Velocity and they have just moved from
fixed ip address to dynamic for home users.
Telek, John wrote:
>Velocity Internet are the go.
>From: Edgecombe, Scott [mailto:Scott.Edgecombe at AirservicesAustralia.com]
>Sent: Thursday, 13 May 2004 4:18 PM
>To: linux at samba.org
>Subject: [clug] Fixed IP ISP
>I have a query from a work colleague. He wants to know if there is a
>good ISP in Canberra that will assign a static IP address.
>He is looking to set the system as remote server for personal use at his
>His discussion with Optusnet and BigPond say he has to be a business and
>that the server can't stay in his home residence. Does he have to go for
>a hosted solution even though he can self host if he can get a fixed IP.
>Thank in Advance
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