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Topic # 67419 1-Sep-2010 14:06
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Can Vodafone do Static IP's on GPRS or 3G data?

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  Reply # 375308 1-Sep-2010 14:21
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Unfortunately no, it is not an option.



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  Reply # 375310 1-Sep-2010 14:23
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Even with something like corporate connect? The client isn't budget constrained.

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  Reply # 375326 1-Sep-2010 15:00
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bender: Even with something like corporate connect? The client isn't budget constrained.


It's possible via Corporate Connect, as long as your client is happy to manage via their own DHCP or RADIUS server.



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  Reply # 375328 1-Sep-2010 15:03
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That's what I was hoping to avoid, not because of the cost but to try and keep the solution simple.  Who does one speak to at Vodafone about corporate services?

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  Reply # 375348 1-Sep-2010 15:38
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bender: That's what I was hoping to avoid, not because of the cost but to try and keep the solution simple.  Who does one speak to at Vodafone about corporate services?


PM me some details and I'll point you in the right direction.

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