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Topic # 9692 5-Oct-2006 15:53
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Does anyone know if it is possible to get a static IP?




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  Reply # 47711 5-Oct-2006 22:43
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No, not yet.  I don't think VF think itself as an ISP, maybe in the future.

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  Reply # 47727 6-Oct-2006 08:24
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I very, very much doubt it.




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  Reply # 48659 14-Oct-2006 17:50
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Vodafone, at this point in time, does not offer static IP address options in the traditional ISP sense.

From an enterprise remote access perspective, Vodafone offers products that allow for direct access into an enterprise network environment.  This is essentially facilitated by a private APN.  These private APN's can have an IP schema configured that meets the remote access requirements - including static IP addresses.

I am assuming your question relates more to the former, so you might want to check out this posting about Vodafone's current APN set.  Depending on your requirements, one of these public APN's might be of use.


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