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Topic # 179158 29-Aug-2015 10:48
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Hi,

considering Orcon as new ISP. Need to run my own servers, their tech support doesn't know what CGNAT is so I don't fully trust their assurance they don't use it.

Can anyone confirm that Orcon does NOT use CGNAT? In other words, can anyone confirm you can run say ftp and webserver with Orcon?

Thanks.

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  Reply # 1376011 29-Aug-2015 11:02
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Orcon does not use CGNAT and there is no plan for it at this stage (does not mean there never will be).



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  Reply # 1376025 29-Aug-2015 11:13
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Thanks.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1376106 29-Aug-2015 14:47
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Orcon isn't new BTW. They have been doing internet since 1997



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  Reply # 1376107 29-Aug-2015 14:50
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I meant I am considering Orcon as MY new ISP. I was not implying Orcon itself is a new ISP.

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