Re: @ nodes on same IP
- --- In email@example.com, "k9dc" <Dave@...> wrote:
> A second addressFor example, my ISP (Comcast) charges me an extra $10/month
> (if available) sharing the same bandwidth, should be pretty cheap.
for six addresses instead of a single address. Static too.
- Your Telus connection will support more that one IP with the package you
have, but you have to get them to send you a Thomson Modem, and then you
have to do some fancy network playing to get it to work.
You will then require a switch and a new wireless router (since Telus
will want the one you have back).
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org
> <mailto:irlp-embedded%40yahoogroups.com>, "k9dc" <Dave@...> wrote:
> > A second address
> > (if available) sharing the same bandwidth, should be pretty cheap.
> For example, my ISP (Comcast) charges me an extra $10/month
> for six addresses instead of a single address. Static too.
- Just to add, I have fount it fairly inexpensive to add IP addresses, the only place where I ran into a snag was good 'ole Charter Communications (which is only available in the town I live in). My DSL provider currently gives me 8 ip addresses and I am paying around 45.00/month. I currently have 4 nodes running on it.But yes, as Dave said, it depends. I have found ISPS that will only allow you to have a singe IP address (requires an updgrade to a 'business' account), and others that have no issues having more.Jim / K6JWNNodes 3598, 3633, 3229 and one other one.On Dec 25, 2008, at 11:42 AM, k9dc wrote: