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  Reply # 907493 3-Oct-2013 21:51
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I have been a paying RBI customer for around 14 months I think and was part of the trial for around 9 months before that.  I have had my 3G router changed, been pointed at different cell sites and had the yagi antenna checked.

It is not my IP address on the local side of the router that is changing.  It is the IP address that the world sees for me.  

 

The ip addresses listed below come from successive reload of http://www.whatismyip.com.

 

 

 

49.224.220.236 / 49.224.220.237 / 49.224.220.238

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  Reply # 907496 3-Oct-2013 21:56
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So you are speaking about NATTED ip address?

So when did the issue start, What was changed?

Pointing the yagi at a different cellsite is not going to make any difference as it goes back to the same Core packet network

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 907498 3-Oct-2013 21:58
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What about the staff member name/s that sent you those links? (don't post these)

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  Reply # 907499 3-Oct-2013 22:02
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RuralJohnny: I have been a paying RBI customer for around 14 months I think and was part of the trial for around 9 months before that.  I have had my 3G router changed, been pointed at different cell sites and had the yagi antenna checked.

It is not my IP address on the local side of the router that is changing.  It is the IP address that the world sees for me.  
The ip addresses listed below come from successive reload of http://www.whatismyip.com.
 
49.224.220.236 / 49.224.220.237 / 49.224.220.238


Ugh, that does look annoying. Does it mess with internet banking (or other HTTPS traffic) or just HTTP?



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  Reply # 907501 3-Oct-2013 22:07
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I don't understand the implications of natted IP addresses.  But in looking it up, I did wonder if this is an IPv6 issue?

The issue started within the last 4 weeks as far as I am aware.  Always difficult to pinpoint because I first thought it was a server timeout issue and it is only when it started to happen too often that I started making a note (around 2 weeks ago).

Yes I have 2 names, one at Voda customer support, the other at technical support.

Gmail is all fine and I have no reason to see an issue with https services.  I have noted some issues with a third website I used last week but have not been back to since.

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  Reply # 907505 3-Oct-2013 22:11
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Not related to IPv6 in anyway

OK the picture is becoming clearer now and good INFO I know where to starting looking and what the issue might be and no way it's related to ' dynamic proxies '


Can you please fwd me the emails to john (dot) reader (at) vodafone (dot) com

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  Reply # 907723 4-Oct-2013 10:17
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RuralJohnny:
I have searched my router's setup panels and can find no place to change the config from on-demand to auto.










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  Reply # 907745 4-Oct-2013 10:51
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Thanks coffeebaron.  Found the PPP settings under dialup settings.  Who would have guessed it would be related to dialup settings?

In any case, changing PPP connection from 'On demand' to 'Auto' did not solve the problem - the webmail service still logged me out for the same reason.

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  Reply # 907853 4-Oct-2013 13:03
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Did someone forget to add "address-pooling paired" to their Junos config? ;)



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  Reply # 907884 4-Oct-2013 13:59
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muppet: Did someone forget to add "address-pooling paired" to their Junos config? ;)


I'm not an IT expert and can not know this.  

It seems that Junos is an OS for routers, but my router's WAN IP address does not change within a session so I do not think the issue lies there.  Whether the proxy server uses Junos I have no idea on.

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  Reply # 907897 4-Oct-2013 14:26
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RuralJohnny: It seems that Junos is an OS for routers, but my router's WAN IP address does not change within a session so I do not think the issue lies there.  Whether the proxy server uses Junos I have no idea on.
Does your WAN IP address start 100.64.x.x ?



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  Reply # 907899 4-Oct-2013 14:28
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10.46.xxx.yyy

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  Reply # 907902 4-Oct-2013 14:34
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RuralJohnny:
muppet: Did someone forget to add "address-pooling paired" to their Junos config? ;)


I'm not an IT expert and can not know this.  

It seems that Junos is an OS for routers, but my router's WAN IP address does not change within a session so I do not think the issue lies there.  Whether the proxy server uses Junos I have no idea on.


Yeah, that was a bit of a nerd joke. Sorry :)

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  Reply # 908020 4-Oct-2013 17:23
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Is the IP address shown for WAN in the router different to when you check on www.whatsmyip.org ?




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  Reply # 908039 4-Oct-2013 18:23
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RuralJohnny: 10.46.xxx.yyy


Wait, is this on the WAN address?

So Vodafone are CGNating RBI customers? Interesting to know..


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