Static (or semi static- on DSL and/or Fibe?
I have a client that has need for a static(ish) IP for his home security system (remote monitoring).
Right now he's got a 5mb DSL connection which changes the IP with each session. Does "Fibe" do any better (semi-static ala Cable) or is a static address available for regular DSL customers?
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Most indies (Teksavvy, Caneris, Acanac, Velcom, etc.) offer static IP as an add-on for approx. ~$4/month
SimonJonesMTS Allstream Alliance
Another option might be just to get Dyn.org/dns. IIRC, they offer a free service that will track the dynamic IP and keep updated name server access.
He needs a domain for that, and that's not really an option.
he doesn't need a domain. they have hundreds of them, all you pick is which one you want to use and an available name infront of it.
so it would be email@example.com or whatever you choose