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Topic # 227477 8-Jan-2018 21:24
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Hi guys

 

 

 

Wondering if anyone has an idea of what the IP ranges used by BigPipe customers are. The reason I'm asking is to restrict SSH access to my AWS EC2 instances. I know I could get a static IP, but dynamic suits me for now.

 

 

 

Or is that information a security risk, and therefore not shared?


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  Reply # 1932429 8-Jan-2018 21:27
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For the hassle you could have down the track (eg. more ips added to pool, you put in another pool etc) i'd opt for the one time fee for a static...





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  Reply # 1932430 8-Jan-2018 21:29
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What a floored idea go for the above and get a static IP address

 

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  Reply # 1932441 8-Jan-2018 21:45
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Haha ok! Thanks for the reality check guys...


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  Reply # 1932446 8-Jan-2018 21:54
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Their publicly routable IPv4s look like they all belong within AS133124 so http://bgp.he.net/AS133124

 

 

Not sure which prefixes are their CGNAT and static pool.

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