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AT&T static IP on home basic DSL plan.

I apologize if this has already been asked.

I have the AT&T Basic DSL plan with one dynamic IP.

I was wondering if I could get a static IP for this plan without upgrading to a business plan (i found http://dsl.bus.att.com/ys/si.html#byocpe it says its possible) and if it is possible what is the price of the static IP?

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For this you call.

In reply to: AT&T static IP on home basic DSL plan.

They answer and give the price.

However the IP didn't change for over 2 years here. Go figure how that would be different than a static IP.

Can you share why you need such?

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reason:

In reply to: For this you call.

I run IRC servers and other servers that a dynamic ip makes it kind of hard to do. (i Use DynDNS but i fail at setting up the update clients)

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You would still need DynDNS. Here's why.

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While you can pay for the IP you can't get them to enter that IP into the world's DNS (servers) for a price that you could live with.

So after you have explored this I bet you won't buy it but go back to DynDNS.
Bob

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after I get teh static IP...

In reply to: You would still need DynDNS. Here's why.

Id plan on buying a domain.

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So how...

In reply to: after I get teh static IP...

Will you get that domain entered so it points at your IP?

Static IP = some money.

Static IP that gets an DNS record = lots more money.

Just make the call.
Bob

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