damion at trap.me.uk
Mon Feb 20 13:34:09 UTC 2012
On Mon, 20 Feb 2012, Robert McKay wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 18, 2012 at 11:38 PM, <damion.yates at gmail.com> wrote:
> > (*) I have never known a 3G connection to ever provide you with
> > anything like an IP you can connect to via the Internet, they're
> > always NATed and firewalled. This could put a complete dampner on
> > this whole idea.
> Three supply dynamic IPs which are reachable from the internet. That
> +dyndns works well. You can also get static IPs from specialist
> providers such as andrews & arnold who resell three's service. You can
> even get a&a to terminate the 3g on your own L2TP server so that you
> can use your own internal addressing. This would be ideal and infact
> is great (I've used it) but their pricing is more expensive than some
> of the really cheap options.
Oooooh... Okay I didn't know you could pay for this. Obviously it makes
sense technically, it was that I just didn't assume anyone was
botheringto offer it as a service yet. This is useful and interesting
Of course you still have to have something to turn that SIM in to an
RJ45 port for the net-KVM assuming those don't come with some fancy
usb/tether/ppp support or wifi (and use a mifi).
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