Such a situation: the beeline provider is distributing a gray ip.Can I rent a white ip, say here, and link it to an asus router or a computer? Or do you have to rent an ip from your provider?

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No, only with provider.
What you got rid of is ip for servers leased by this company.
  • That is, ip is always issued only by the provider whose services I use? – Puzzled Parrot Jul 6 '19 at 15:04
  • Puzzled Parrot, in the case of physical persons - yes. – Envious Eland Jul 6 '19 at 15:06
  • Envious Eland, sadly, but about a month ago I had a global dynamic ip, and + everything didn’t change at all.But for some reason, after a temporary outage, I immediately got into NAT.And now pay...
    Thanks for the answer.
    – Puzzled Parrot Jul 6 '19 at 15:17
  • Puzzled Parrot, I can only be sympathetic.My online provider, I pay him 150r a month for a static ip.In general, as a long-time client I have a discount, so it doesn’t really strain me.Try chatting with managers, complain about the price and ip, beg the tariff better, threaten the change of provider – Envious Eland Jul 6 '19 at 15:20
  • Envious Eland, well, you can try it.Now the tariff is generally 650 r worth[along with TV], also the static can be rented for 150 rubles, it will be a plate.mine is no different, but the problem is that there is no detailed description of the tariff, and when I try to go, I get an error...So, for anyone, just communicate with them directly. – Puzzled Parrot Jul 6 '19 at 15:31
  • Envious Eland, do you know the services for redirecting from ipv4 to ipv6? And then you can do ipv6 via miredo, but you can’t connect to ssh with android without ipv6. – Puzzled Parrot Jul 6 '19 at 15:34
  • Puzzled Parrot, I know, but the connection is made on a router with static ip. – Envious Eland Jul 6 '19 at 15:46
No, do not work, rent.
Can you bind a global ip?
Set up a VPN and use.

Or do you have to rent an ip from your provider?