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# 177689 11-Aug-2015 16:44
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I'm about to sign up for Unotelly. Do I need static IP for that?

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  # 1362984 11-Aug-2015 16:46
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No, but you do need a real IP if it's dynamic, rather than CG-NAT. Which ISP are you with?



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  # 1362991 11-Aug-2015 16:51
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lxsw20: No, but you do need a real IP if it's dynamic, rather than CG-NAT. Which ISP are you with?


currently with slingshot but in the process of changing to Bigpipe

 
 
 
 


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  # 1362992 11-Aug-2015 16:54
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Since BigPipe use CG-NAT as standard you will need to pay their one off $45 fee to get a static IP to use UnoTelly then. 

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  # 1366531 14-Aug-2015 18:39
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Im currently with flip, they use cgnat and unotelly works ok for me apart from the aussie sites which can be problematic from time to time.

Does 2degrees use cgnat for their broadband?

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  # 1366551 14-Aug-2015 19:46
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2degrees (aka Snap) does not use cgnat.

I would recommend dns4me - they're currently running a promo: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=164&TopicId=177779







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  # 1375970 29-Aug-2015 07:48
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I finallly completed the switch but the speed seems slow. do you reckon dns4me reduced my speeds?

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