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Systems and Network Engineer
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Posted 29 May 2012 - 09:11 PM
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Posted 29 May 2012 - 09:32 PM
A static IP normally runs between $5-12. $15 is a bit high, but if you need it - then it's not too overpriced.
ok wow i didnt see that but i called today about it and they said that i just have to agree to the extra 15.00 for that ip address and within hrs its setup and ready to go. do you think its worth 15.00 for that ip address.
Technically it would be hosting, but aslong as you are the only one accessing it then it shouldn't be a problem at all. If it's just setting on your network where you can remotely access it, it isn't really using bandwidth. Just make sure you don't leave it up on your laptop/computer viewing it 24/7 over the internet.
now i would not be wanting to check the cameras when i am out of town or out of the house. would that still be hosting?
Posted 29 May 2012 - 09:37 PM
Posted 29 May 2012 - 09:39 PM
It depends on there setup. They may assign the static IP to your radio/antenna, then DMZ your router for you. Then all you'll have to do is open the ports. However, my WISP bridges the radio and gave me a static IP to assign in my router. Either way, shouldn't be that much of a problem and will depend on how they do it. The end result is the same for the most part.
one last question when i get that public isp do i have to do anything on my router at all other than port forwarding the ports? do you know?
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