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#238248 9-Jul-2018 08:45
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Hi all,

 

Does anyone know of a way to SSH / Telnet into a B315 to create and IP reservation?

 

I have looked but come up blank.

 

TIA

 

John

 

 





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  #2051922 9-Jul-2018 12:38
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No :)

 

The new B525 though appears to be able to do this though (I haven't tested it yet).

 

 





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  #2052039 9-Jul-2018 14:24
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Is the B618 (provided on 240GB plan) able to reserve IPs?
How about ARP binding (MAC-IP)?


 
 
 
 


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  #2052043 9-Jul-2018 14:40
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lapimate:

 

Is the B618 (provided on 240GB plan) able to reserve IPs?

 

 

I am not sure, they only use a few GB per month, 120GB is a total overkill let alone 240GB.

 

I have not seen any second hand ones come up on trademe yet as I would like one for home.

 

Thanks

 

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  #2052044 9-Jul-2018 14:41
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coffeebaron:

 

No :)

 

The new B525 though appears to be able to do this though (I haven't tested it yet).

 

 

 

 

I will keep an eye out for one to try.

 

Thanks

 

John





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  #2052049 9-Jul-2018 14:45
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If I cant get a reserved IP address I will look at a usb to Ethernet adapter and put a static IP on it.

 

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  #2052959 10-Jul-2018 21:30
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You can't move the SIM into a device outside the B315 or B618 IMEI range otherwise it will get blocked.

 

Best idea is to run your own DHCP server on the network or do double nat with a router that meets your needs and setup the B315/618 in DMZ mode.





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