Static IP's with GigaPower

Static IP's with GigaPower

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Hello All. Just a simple question here...

 

I currently have U-Verse here in Austin (fiber to the premise) and have a static IP block through AT&T. My question is if I upgrade, will AT&T allow static IP's with GigaPower? I can't find any information concerning this anywhere else.

 

This is sort of a "make or break" option for me, and I am eligible for GigaPower at my location.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Static IP's with GigaPower

Thanks Morgan!  I need to think about it, as from what I've seen the DHCP address does NOT change that often, and NAT/Forwarding rules seem(!) to work very well for me for what I need. 

 

I assume the TOS still prohibits "public" servers on the RESI service. 

 

 

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ACE - Expert

Re: Static IP's with GigaPower

If I recall correctly, you can have "public" servers, but you can't have "commercial" servers.

 

So you can host information for a hobby or your local recreational sports team, but you couldn't start an web hosting business.  I read the restrictions in 10a as stating that you can't make your connection available for public use to access the Internet via your connection, e.g. by creating a public hotspot.

 

Please check the TOC and Acceptable Use Policies for yourself, though.

 

Links to both of these can be found here:

 

http://www.att.com/gen/public-affairs?pid=20879

 

 

 

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Re: Static IP's with GigaPower

It works. I was able to keep my static IPs.

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ACE - Expert

Re: Static IP's with GigaPower


foo.c wrote:

It works. I was able to keep my static IPs.


Thank you for confirming that the process worked.

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Re: Static IP's with GigaPower

Hi foo.c,

 

I am glad your install went smoothly, and you were able to retain your static IPs. Welcom to GigaPower!

 

-David T

If you encounter any issues with your service or equipment, I recommend checking out our Troubleshoot & Resolve solutions to help diagnose the issue.
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