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  Reply # 688163 19-Sep-2012 13:37 Send private message

Beccara:
techmeister:
Beccara:
techmeister: I asked, they use Chorus for connections.
The secure IP is an IP allocated internally by 2talk and cannot be reached from external sources.
So making it a very secure connection for end users which I guess gives 2talk end to end control of their phone service and security.
Sounds like a good option to me, but no good if you want to run a server or remote desktop or similar.
This must be very similar to how Ubernet did their wireless broadband connections.


???

Our voice system is semi-private and our VOIP service is only allowed on-network but nothing about our connections stop you running RDP or services behind it


Ah sorry, I got that wrong, there was a public IP address, it was just you could not access the Router/aerial
yourself to forward ports, had to get Ubernet to do it.
Might have changed by now though.
I do apologise.


Thats still the case, ports done by us as we control the CPE but public IP's and always happy to do ports if uPNP isn't working for you or you wanna run a static services :)


Have you deployed IPv6 yet?





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  Reply # 688175 19-Sep-2012 13:47 Send private message

Zeon:
Beccara:
techmeister:
Beccara:
techmeister: I asked, they use Chorus for connections.
The secure IP is an IP allocated internally by 2talk and cannot be reached from external sources.
So making it a very secure connection for end users which I guess gives 2talk end to end control of their phone service and security.
Sounds like a good option to me, but no good if you want to run a server or remote desktop or similar.
This must be very similar to how Ubernet did their wireless broadband connections.


???

Our voice system is semi-private and our VOIP service is only allowed on-network but nothing about our connections stop you running RDP or services behind it


Ah sorry, I got that wrong, there was a public IP address, it was just you could not access the Router/aerial
yourself to forward ports, had to get Ubernet to do it.
Might have changed by now though.
I do apologise.


Thats still the case, ports done by us as we control the CPE but public IP's and always happy to do ports if uPNP isn't working for you or you wanna run a static services :)


Have you deployed IPv6 yet?


Yes, The first ISP in NZ to turn it on and have every client using it without any CPE upgrades needed :)




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  Reply # 699192 10-Oct-2012 16:25 Send private message

techmeister:
This must be very similar to how Ubernet did their wireless broadband connections.


Ubernet issue public ip's i believe




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