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Topic # 205517 16-Nov-2016 14:18
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I need to obtain a SIM card (maybe Vodafone can supply... but anything will be good) which can be set up for dynamically assigned public IP address but to be pre-assigned such that the address does NOT begin with either 196 or 10..?  Anyone done this in NZ?


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  Reply # 1672120 16-Nov-2016 14:50
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SIM card has nothing to do with the IP range allocated.

 

All carriers use CG-NAT so you will get a non public IP using their default APN's. Various APN's available from the big carriers can give a public IP but this will be firewalled for inbound uninitiated  traffic. There are plenty of threads and sticky posts here discussing these.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1672121 16-Nov-2016 14:50
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SIM card has nothing to do with the IP range allocated.

 

All carriers use CG-NAT so you will get a non public IP using their default APN's. Various APN's available from the big carriers can give a public IP but this will be firewalled for inbound uninitiated  traffic. There are plenty of threads and sticky posts here discussing these.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1672125 16-Nov-2016 14:55
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Static IPs are assigned on the HLR / HSS profile for the MSISN and zero SIM card related

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