+ 0 Votes Your own ISP? Churdoo 6 years ago Seems like your own ISP would be the best place to start. I'm sure you already have asked, but if they do control the connections, then they should be able to NAT or Route a pub IP to you. You can pay them or you can pay someone else, but the only way a third-party provider would be able to provide this would be through a VPN tunnel much like you've already tested through work. I don't know of any suppliers that provide this service because as you said, it is a bit of a unique situation, so would require a specialized vendor which of course also means a specialized price. So having said all that, and not to re-engineer your solution or point out the obvious, but wouldn't it be easier and cheaper to get a web host and upload your site to a standard web hosting account? Even if you have to do some work to your site to get it to run on a hosted farm, I think you'll have an easier time finding a host for your site than to find an ISP that will route a pub IP through a VPN. + 0 Votes Name server shannah 6 years ago Hi Underdog, I wish my ISP would. The kind word was they were not going to make any special configurations. I can understand - I share limited bandwidth with about 25 users off "my" tower. Living in a remote rural area, I am simply tickled to have broadband (2 Mb up/down) without satellite latency so I won't push it.