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Ultimate Geek


# 142480 14-Mar-2014 12:50
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Hi,

Does someone have the IP ranges used for 3G/4G? I want to open my firewall to allow inbound connections.

Alternatively, I wouldn't mind putting the whole /16 (or a bunch of /16 if there are that many) if it's easier.

Thank you.

PS: I wonder if there's a tool to get the IP Ranges from an AS number?

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  # 1005526 14-Mar-2014 12:51
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This changes every other month



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Ultimate Geek


  # 1005527 14-Mar-2014 12:53
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johnr: This changes every other month


Fair enough, what about the whole VF NZ range? As I said, I don't mind putting the /16 (or the appropriate netmask).

 
 
 
 


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  # 1005670 14-Mar-2014 15:26
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This will give you their entire ranges, well what they advertise to the APE, which is believe is all the ranges, apart from the TelstraClear network.



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  # 1005673 14-Mar-2014 15:28
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pchs: This will give you their entire ranges, well what they advertise to the APE, which is believe is all the ranges, apart from the TelstraClear network.


Excellent, this is what I was after, thank you.

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