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Standard User ArthurP
(newbie) Fri 27-Feb-15 01:26:16
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one fibre line 2 ISP'sd


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Is it posible to connect to two ISP's at the same time on a single FTTC connection. This way I could for example connect to Infinity for the sports service, whilst continuing to use current ISP with static IP for remote connections?
Standard User micksharpe
(legend) Fri 27-Feb-15 01:33:36
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Re: one fibre line 2 ISP'sd


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No. You would need two connections to do what you want.

Edit: Do you really need a static IP address for remote connections? Could you not use Dynamic DNS?

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Edited by micksharpe (Fri 27-Feb-15 01:48:51)

Standard User tommy45
(knowledge is power) Fri 27-Feb-15 02:33:37
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Re: one fibre line 2 ISP'sd


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Does he really need bt sport for that matter


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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Fri 27-Feb-15 08:57:44
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Re: one fibre line 2 ISP'sd


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No

BT sport via web/app will work as a stream on any provider if you have the login credentials so a visitor can watch on their tablet and chromecast to tv for example

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