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Topic # 240093 20-Aug-2018 14:24
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looking at moving mum and dad to a 100/20 plan from the existing provider.

 

Can anyone tell me what the $85 plan gives me?

 

Is it a static IP?  Is it CGNAT?

 

do they provide a new router?

 

How is the service delivered - pppoe, ipoe?  how do I configure the existing router?

 

 





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  Reply # 2076253 20-Aug-2018 14:30
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It is all on that page / on the signup page.

 

PPPoE / VLAN 10.
Yes, a router is provided if required. There is a courier charge.
Public IP, non static.

 

Also depends on what router you're planning on using. I'd recommend just using the Fritz!Box as it is a pretty good router...





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  Reply # 2076268 20-Aug-2018 14:57
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2degrees do not use CGNAT

 

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