Mobile Broadband with a public IP address?

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  1. wwwww

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    Any services do this?
     
  2. JSmithDTV

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    Yes... list here, some links dead;


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    Thanks for this, just what I need.
     
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    Hmm, how old is this list? Most of these companies don't seem to be in business anymore.
     
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    Getting a VPS somewhere and tunneling is surely easier? ngrok is even easier right?
     
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    and don't quote me, but I'm sure Exetel changed a couple years back, now no public IP.
    They used to be good 10 years ago public and static IP, after JL's passing a lot of negative changes made to their network and i'm sure this is one of them
     
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    Probably 4/5 years old, was more an example of it can be done... pretty sure Telstra and Optus can still provide same, but you may need a business plan and have to call them to have it activated.

    This mob does;

    https://summitinternet.com.au/internet-data/telstra-4g-data/
    As does this one;

    https://www.zetta.net.au/services/internet/mobile-broadband/


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    If it's for a business, Optus will sell you postpaid business plans with static IPs too. Probably Telstra as well, although they're making it increasingly clear they don't give a fuck about any entity with less than 7 figure annual bills.

    similar, but not identical, options to ngrok are zerotier and tailscale. depends on what the OP's trying to achieve
     
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    Take your Telstra sim card into a Telstra Business Centre and plead your case, they can add the extranet codes for you!
     
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    Zettanet works for me
     
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    Not all, you can get whatever you want, if you are prepared to pay for it
     

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