[clug] The Search for an ISP
steve at nerdvana.org.au
Tue Apr 12 04:49:35 UTC 2022
Like most ISP's, they have a static IP bolt-on option
it does cost extra for non-business plans, but it's the 3-way-pick-2
split these days.
On 12/4/22 12:15, jm via linux wrote:
> That could be a problem. I don't need a static now, but a normal
> public IP would be useful for those times I need to connect back in or
> if I start to run servers at home again.
> On 12/4/22 10:12, Paul Wayper via linux wrote:
>> On Mon, Apr 11, 2022, at 8:34 PM, jm via linux wrote:
>>> Thanks for all the replies. Seem the answer is Aussie Broadband.
>> Only problem with Aussie Broadband is Carrier Grade NAT:
>> Looks like they deliver IPv6 though:
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