any "bring your own bandwidth" IPv4 over IPv4 tunnel merchants?
tb at tburke.us
Tue May 4 19:25:55 UTC 2010
I've had no problems with it. Seems to be much better than the
residential service. The /29 was only $10? I must be getting jipped,
I'm paying $20.
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On May 4, 2010, at 12:52 PM, "Owen DeLong" <owen at delong.com> wrote:
> LoL... I'm using that same service (without the /29 for $10/month)
> as transport for my
> tunneled setup.
> On May 4, 2010, at 9:40 AM, Tim Burke wrote:
>> I'm using Comcast's business-class service. ~$110 per month for
>> 22mbit down, 5mbit up and a /29.
>> This would definitely be your best bet as opposed to trying to rig
>> up a tunneled setup. You can also get their 12mbit down, 2mbit up
>> service with a /29 for $79, iirc.
>> From: Chris Grundemann [cgrundemann at gmail.com]
>> Sent: Monday, May 03, 2010 2:01 PM
>> To: Bill Bogstad
>> Cc: NANOG list
>> Subject: Re: any "bring your own bandwidth" IPv4 over IPv4 tunnel
>> On Mon, May 3, 2010 at 12:12, Bill Bogstad <bogstad at pobox.com> wrote:
>>> Like many people, I can't justify the expense of "commercial" IP
>>> connectivity for my residence. As a result, I deal with dynamic IP
>>> addresses; dns issues; and limitations on the services that I can
>>> at my residence.
>> Not sure where you live / what service is available to you but many
>> "business" DSL, cable and fixed-wireless offerings are quite
>> reasonably priced these days. I pay about $100/mo for 16m x 2m and a
>> /28 from my local cable operator - which is likely less than
>> residential service plus a vpn/tunnel service. It sure isn't a fiber
>> metro-E connection but it does let me run my various servers out of
>> the house. Perhaps something to look into.
>>> Bill Bogstad
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