17-04-2018 10:55 AM
17-04-2018 11:18 AM
EE mobile network does use Carrier Grade NAT (CGNAT), which means that you don't get your own public IP address but share it with other users. So you can't be uniquely id'ed on the Net by unsolicited accesses. This is unlike fixed BB.
19-04-2018 12:40 PM
I think you are going to need either a SIM card with a fixed public IP or use a router that is capable of generating a fixed public. Add in the need for a SIM that has over 200MB and this is quite rare. A company called Pinnacom Limited do a VC4GR router that can ofer a fixed public IP and routing services with a totally unlimited EE data SIM. It is a system used by companies and broadcasters and would solve your problem, but may prove to be too expensive. Pinnacom are on the web. The SIM is an M2M data only SIM and is genuinely unlimited data use.
19-04-2018 12:52 PM
Thanks for the reply guys. Its a shame a dynamic IP on ipv6 would do the job. I did look at fixed IP SIM's and I could make something work. The data allowance doesnt need to be really high to get the systems I need working.
19-04-2018 01:43 PM - edited 19-04-2018 01:45 PM
It could well be that this firm has its own networks with its own SIMs.
19-04-2018 01:52 PM - last edited on 19-04-2018 01:58 PM by Lee_H
Sorry but Pinnacom DO supply a router that delivers a fixed public IPV4 address to the end user - and Pinnacom are an ISP that makes this happen through an EE SIM..
And Pinnacom DO provide a totally unlimited EE Data SIM. You can run terrabytes through it if you wish - provided you pass the credit check to pay the bill!
Give me a call on *************** to confirm.
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19-04-2018 02:34 PM
@martineecom Pinnacom do events not personal connections. It’s for large crowd events/corporate shows that will need a larger than normal data allowance. ( that’s how there website says it anyway). And with you saying give me a call I’ll have to assume you work for pinnacom.
The amount of data that this company can give is an agreement with pinnacom and EE and it’s not going to be cheap because it’s not for home use and not sold as such. Especially if you’re saying if you pass the credit check.
19-04-2018 03:00 PM
Pinnacom DO supply a router that delivers a fixed public IPV4 address
Yes, but only by being an ISP. It's their ISP network that delivers a fixed public IP to the SIMs/routers. The SIMs/routers themselves receive these public IPs from the ISP.
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