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#9475 20-Sep-2006 18:28
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Does anyone know of an ISP provider that provides more than one static IP address on a DSL connection?

It appears that we need to sign-up for a frame relay or fibre connection to receive more than one static IP address.


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  #46558 20-Sep-2006 18:44
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or on business plan and must have a really good reason as to why.

This was answered a while back ago... try search the forum.

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  #46563 20-Sep-2006 19:56
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Spoke with Telecom NZ and Orcon about their business DSL plans and both will only offer a single static IP address.

We use the PIX506E as the standard firewall in our offices and this requires more than one static IP.  


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  #46571 20-Sep-2006 21:03
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What are you planing on doing with it exactly that you need another IP? I assume Firewall and perhaps IPSec termination in which case NAT will bork your IPSec with a ADSL Router in front unless both ends do NAT-T. The PIX does not support PPPoE or PPPoA (oddly the 501 supports PPPoE though, go figure) so your crap out of luck getting an ADSL router and putting it in bridging mode..

Try a ADSL router setting up a DMZ to the PIX and if the IPSec is the problem check NAT-T support for both devices.

If you need extra IP addressing space you need to justify it unfortunately, if ISP's go wasting IP's with /30 subnets or allocating large subnets when not needed it makes it hard to justify with APNIC or the regional authority if they decided to look at your IP address space usage.

If you would like message me and I could provide you pricing on this either as a routed /30 or /32 to loopback or other internal setup.

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