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#306718 16-Aug-2023 10:32
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I've been with 2degrees Broadband since back when it was Snap. Back then I picked Snap because it appealed to the more technical users and as such, over the years with them I ended up getting static IPv4, IPv6 and they also offered me a /29 public IP subnet. As someone with a bit of a home lab, I happily took up that offer and it has been pretty handy for having a VPN on port 443 (for public networks that have strict port blocking) while also having some other services on 443. It is a bit overkill, but it has carried over with all the changes that have happened with the ISP since.

 

Quic looks tempting to switch to, but having a /29 would be kind of nice to keep, if they support it?





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  #3116626 16-Aug-2023 10:36
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I'm pretty sure it is something coming soon. They did speak of it in the past. They've also just purchased more IP space too :)





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  #3116657 16-Aug-2023 11:16
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Hey @Obraik!

 

Not officially just yet, but once you have a connection with us, fire me a DM with the name on your account and connection address, and I can provision you a /29 subnet. :-)

 

As @michaelmurfy has eluded to, this is coming soon in an official sense (aka once it's automated from a provisioning perspective etc), but happy to provision bespoke/manually until then.





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  #3116660 16-Aug-2023 11:18
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That's good news, I'll definitely look into that! 2gbps for the price I'm paying for 900mbps seems like a no brainer 😉





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