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DCHP address changes, trouble with remote sites

By mattw ·
We have many clients who allow us to have remote access to their networks to work on their building management systems. At this time we are setup on dhcp to our ISP. Our clients allow us access through their firewalls by permitting our originating address. Every time the address changes... well you get the idea, a pain! Is there a service that we can connect through wherein we appear to be coming to from the same address as if static? Kind of like a reverse DynDNS?

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by Churdoo In reply to DCHP address changes, tro ...

The simple answer is No. You should really have your ISP convert your account to a static IP account if you're having your clients make firewall rules for you. Upgrading to static generally is just a nominal fee.

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by renegade462 In reply to DCHP address changes, tro ...

You Could Aslo have your isp setup a vpn tunnel and have your client make changes on there firewall.

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by renegade462 In reply to DCHP address changes, tro ...

You Could Also have your isp setup a vpn tunnel and have your client make changes on there firewall.

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