[nSLUG] Static IP Availability Question
D G Teed
donald.teed at gmail.com
Mon Oct 15 11:37:25 ADT 2007
If you are interested in running domain services, some of us are running
low volume web and email services on the cheap by using alternate ports in
combination with dynamic DNS services like dyndns, and smart relay
of email through the high speed ISP's SMTP. It works well enough
for personal and low volume needs.
If you need to ssh through some firewall from a static IP, then
you'd probably be set by getting some ISP which provides ssh
to their box with a static IP. I've never used their services,
but vex.net in Toronto seems to offer a very flexible shell
environment for $90/year including access to cron, C compilers,
various scripting languages, use of tools like lynx, etc.
On 10/15/07, Jon <me at jonwatson.ca> wrote:
> Hey All,
> I'm discovering all sorts of things out here that are different from
> Alberta. Today I discovered that Aliant wants $105/month for a static
> IP. Clearly, that's highway robbery, but I need some sort of static
> presence outbound as I need to get through firewalls now and again.
> So, my questions are:
> 1. Is there someone more reasonably priced than Aliant?
> 2. Can anyone recommend a VPN service or something similar that I can
> use to tunnel through?
> 3. Any other bright ideas?
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