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    Do Pipex give static IPs?

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    For normal ADSL accounts? all the information I can find indicates that as a NO, looks to be dynamic only from what i can see.

    Information would usually indicate if they do static addresses on their site, but this doesn't show up, however www.adslguide.org shows all of their accounts as being dynamic IP's?

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    My Pipex IP hasn't changed for a long time - I got the option of converting it to dynamic a while back , but politly declined

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    Doesn't bother me if it isn't static would be nice if it is though Shame I can't do a reverse on it but hey ho

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    Pipex IPs don't change, mine hasn't for 2 years (except when I moved realms).

    If you have a special requirement maybe you can speak to them about it? Nildram can do reverse I think.

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    Zen are definitely static.

    I've had a static for ages with them.

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    ive just had a look on the upgrade section of my account, for a neww type of connection - and it givest he option of dynamic ip, static ip, 8 static ips.

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    Pipex are "Sticky" Dynamic, if you want true dynamic you just ask, but proper routable static IP's are for the home office accounts only
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