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How to get more public Static ip´s for running a Server

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey is there any way of getting multiple public static Ip´s on a FritzBox from AVM for hosting multiple Servers with different ip´s!

 

thanks for your Help,

Kurt

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1 minute ago, Lincox said:

Hey is there any way of getting multiple static Ip´s on a FritzBox from AVM for hosting multiple Servers with different ip´s!

No. You'd need to configure the FritzBox into a bridged mode, after which every device connected to it would be directly connected to the Internet -- you'd need to add another router/firewall in between it and any devices you don't want directly connected. Even then, you'd only be getting multiple IP's if your ISP allows it; many ISPs only hand out a single IP per customer, so you need to check with them first.


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8 minutes ago, Lincox said:

Hey is there any way of getting multiple public static Ip´s on a FritzBox from AVM for hosting multiple Servers with different ip´s!

 

thanks for your Help,

Kurt

You'll almost certainly have to buy them if you want IPv4 addresses and that's going to cost money. Almost all ISPs for regular residential customers forbid hosting servers so you'll likely need a business plan as well.


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only option i know, and i work for an isp, is purchasing them. And this is not supported for consumer lines, only business packages.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

ok thanks for your help To all Have a great day!

1 minute ago, Caennanu said:

only option i know, and i work for an isp, is purchasing them. And this is not supported for consumer lines, only business packages.

 

25 minutes ago, Lurick said:

You'll almost certainly have to buy them if you want IPv4 addresses and that's going to cost money. Almost all ISPs for regular residential customers forbid hosting servers so you'll likely need a business plan as well.

 

29 minutes ago, WereCatf said:

No. You'd need to configure the FritzBox into a bridged mode, after which every device connected to it would be directly connected to the Internet -- you'd need to add another router/firewall in between it and any devices you don't want directly connected. Even then, you'd only be getting multiple IP's if your ISP allows it; many ISPs only hand out a single IP per customer, so you need to check with them first.

 

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