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Topic # 202034 14-Sep-2016 15:14
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Hi

Can someone advise if the Spark UFB plan (100/20) come with a fixed external IP address?

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  Reply # 1630306 14-Sep-2016 15:25
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Not as standard.

 

You will need to sign up for a static IP.

 

https://www.spark.co.nz/help/internet-data/webservices/what-is-a-static-ip-and-how-do-i-get-one/ 


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  Reply # 1630307 14-Sep-2016 15:29
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Spark does not allocate a double NAT IP on fibre if that's what you are asking




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  Reply # 1630312 14-Sep-2016 15:36
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Do you mean a static IP or merely a public IP?

 

 




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  Reply # 1630382 14-Sep-2016 17:00
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Sorry should have been clearer - something
that allows me to get to my network from outside. I presume this will be public IP.



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  Reply # 1630385 14-Sep-2016 17:02
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This would be via a VPN off course :)

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  Reply # 1630393 14-Sep-2016 17:21
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mailmarshall: Sorry should have been clearer - something
that allows me to get to my network from outside. I presume this will be public IP.

 

You get a public IP still, I have one at least.


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