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# 257394 30-Sep-2019 19:58
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Hi all, I apologise if this is something commonly discussed here. I have a 4g Broadband router on Skinny in a house in Rotorua and I've had non stop issues trying to get certain services working on it. For example Netgear Arlo cameras didn't work last time I tried (6 months ago) apparently due to CGNAT? I was trying to get Google wifi devices setup down there over the weekend and for the life of me they weren't connecting or setting up. I've setup a lot of these and never had these type of problems. I'm close to shutting it down and getting a fibre connection in there.

 

 

 

 


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  # 2327290 30-Sep-2019 20:05
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I assume it's all about no ability to have a static ip or dynamic IP hence some stuff can't find the route back


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  # 2327291 30-Sep-2019 20:08
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Skinny WBB Doesnt offer a static ip. you will have to move to Spark Wireless for that, Alternatively yes Fibre is a great option.

 

 

 

there is no reason a google wifi shouldn't work, alro might be looking to have a port though..

 

CGNAT is used by many providers, particularly on mobile networks.





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