Looking for AT&T / Verizon / Sprint WWAN service impressions- on or off-list replies welcome
Sam.Crooks at experian.com
Wed Apr 15 15:22:13 CDT 2009
After much hassle and several false starts and disconnects in getting in
touch with the right department in Sprint, I spoke to a woman in
technical support in the group that supports 3G data cards.
- public IP addresses are used
- static IP available for $3/mo additional
- maximum 3G data plan is 5GB/mo of data transfer, retail reate, $60/mo
(which is typically cheaper than your typical ADSL/IDSL or ISDN service
From: Seth Mattinen [mailto:sethm at rollernet.us]
Sent: Wednesday, April 15, 2009 1:13 PM
To: nanog at nanog.org
Subject: Re: Looking for AT&T / Verizon / Sprint WWAN service
impressions- on or off-list replies welcome
Charles Wyble wrote:
> Crooks, Sam wrote:
>> I'm considering use of AT&T / Verizon / Sprint WWAN services and the
>> Cisco 3G router interface cards/integrated module in C880 routers for
>> primary or backup WAN network connectivity for routers.
> I haven't used the integrated cards with cisco gear. However I do have
> 300+ cards deployed throughout the United States (EVDO USB modems on
> Linux boxes).
>> I'm looking for information from users of these services on the
>> - addressing - Do these WWAN services use dynamic, PPPoE or static IP
>> assignment typically? Any of the 3? All?
>> - is static IP assignment available?
> We have static IP assignment for our Verizon cards. Sprint cards
> aren't static.
I received an offlist response indicating Sprint now offers static.
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