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Topic # 146774 28-May-2014 19:40
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In light of the current Netflix issues, I see via the Vodafone forums that a static IP costs $5 extra per month for those connected to UFB.

Will having a static IP avoid the transparent proxy therefore resuming normal Netflix transmission?

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  Reply # 1055491 28-May-2014 21:42
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With Vodafone high-speed cable, you get a fixed IP address as standard.
VF describe both HSC cable and fibre as "UFB".


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