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Single or Multiple Static IPs?
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Subject: Single or Multiple Static IPs?
From: "Bill Hurne" <billhurne@pilgrimradio.com>
Date: Fri, 20 Oct 2017 11:39:45 -0700
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We are considering switching our office/studio ISP from 6 DSL lines to Bonded T1 service.  6 DSL lines are currently needed to provide the necessary bandwidth.      It would be nice to have fiber service, but this isn’t available at our location.   We tried a couple wireless services that didn’t work out well, too many dropouts, etc.

 

With our current 6 DSL lines, we have 6 static IPs and 6 modem/routers.   If we change to Bonded T1 service, would it be desirable to continue several static IPs, or setup a large number of ports on a single static IP?  

 

We have multiple outgoing audio streams for online listening as well several streams for Back-up audio to remote transmitter sites.

 

Bill Hurne

Chief Engineer

The Pilgrim Radio Network

775-883-5647 x18

 

Western Inspirational Broadcasters, Inc

 

 

 

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