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Topic # 123302 2-Jul-2013 21:53
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Hi Folks,

A friend has a HG556a from VF, but they are using it with 2talk broadband.

It had a number of port forwards setup which worked nicely until they changed.

I cant see anything wrong, but the WAN IP listed in the modem is:

100.64.23.21

This isnt what I get if I go to "whats my ip" - I get 103.29.31.23 (which is a 2talk IP).

Whats the explanation behind that other WAN IP?

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Al


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  Reply # 848481 3-Jul-2013 06:23
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Invisible cache/proxy in between?

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  Reply # 848482 3-Jul-2013 06:23
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Sounds like the 2talk NATed connections that were only designed for VoIP.

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  Reply # 848506 3-Jul-2013 08:03
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Yea is that a '2Talk secure IP' perhaps?
You can pay an extra $10 and get a public.



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  Reply # 848913 3-Jul-2013 19:31
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FYI the answer from 2talk was that some of there basic services are not exposed to the internet. Must be behind some kind of proxy.

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  Reply # 848926 3-Jul-2013 20:02
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bigal_nz: FYI the answer from 2talk was that some of there basic services are not exposed to the internet. Must be behind some kind of proxy.


It's simply a NATed connection with multiple users behind it which is the case for all their cheap plans don't include a public IP address.

If you want a public IP address you need to pay extra for a plan with one.

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  Reply # 848960 3-Jul-2013 21:45
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I think there are now three isp's doing this in NZ now.




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