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    I need your help guys. Can someone please tell me which ISPs provide real IP? And also the package details too please. I am really confused

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    Quote Originally Posted by GalibTheGamer View Post
    I need your help guys. Can someone please tell me which ISPs provide real IP? And also the package details too please. I am really confused
    Basically if an ISP gives you a id and password for connecting, they are giving real ip, maybe not static, but real. And for package and details, I cannot help much because I live outside dhaka and have no idea about the local ISPs of dhaka.

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    Most ISPs provide static IP for extra connection fee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaz_swapnil View Post
    Basically if an ISP gives you a id and password for connecting, they are giving real ip, maybe not static, but real. And for package and details, I cannot help much because I live outside dhaka and have no idea about the local ISPs of dhaka.
    First of all, thanks for replying at least . And yes, I am using an ID with password. But when I play FIFA 14 or FIFA World, I can't connect with anyone in BD. I get the annoying "Connection lost error" though I can play smoothly with any foreign player. Isn't this issue related with not having real IP? Thus meaning that I don't have real IP? :/

    And bro, what do you mean by static IP? That the IP remains same all day? If so, then my IP is static. It doesn't vary.

    And finally, is there any other way of detecting real IP? :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawon0418 View Post
    Most ISPs provide static IP for extra connection fee.
    What do you mean by static IP? That the IP remains same all day? If so, then my IP is static. It doesn't vary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GalibTheGamer View Post
    What do you mean by static IP? That the IP remains same all day? If so, then my IP is static. It doesn't vary.
    It should vary once/twice every month, or even longer period. Easiest way to find out is calling your ISP and ask if your internet is shared or dedicated. If it is shared, you can ask if they provide dedicated connection, and how much they will charge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaz_swapnil View Post
    Basically if an ISP gives you a id and password for connecting, they are giving real ip, maybe not static, but real. And for package and details, I cannot help much because I live outside dhaka and have no idea about the local ISPs of dhaka.
    sorry, I'm confused as what you mean by "real IP"
    My ISP gave me a user ID and a password.
    my IP is static. The pudlic IP doesn't change if I restart the router.
    So is my IP real?

    Note that everyone else I know, who uses this ISP, has this exact same public IP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GalibTheGamer View Post
    I need your help guys. Can someone please tell me which ISPs provide real IP? And also the package details too please. I am really confused
    I have 2 Real IPs. One from Banglalion and another from a local broadband called "U-Turn".

    Getting a Real IP is easy nowadays, just call any ISP and ask for a Dedicated Connection (not shared) with Real IP. I am currently paying U-Turn 2k for the dedicated connection with 5Mbps speed.

    Static IP does not always mean Real IP. Static IP can be local, but Real IP is always public.
    If your Static IP matches the IP in sites like www.whatismyip.com then you have a Real IP, otherwise not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    So is my IP real? Note that everyone else I know, who uses this ISP, has this exact same public IP.
    No. That is not a Real IP.

    Real IP only belongs to 1 user at a time. If it is shared, it is no longer "Real".
    In your case, your ISP has the Real IP and they are sharing it with all their users making it non-Real.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Syeef View Post
    I have 2 Real IPs. One from Banglalion and another from a local broadband called "U-Turn".

    Getting a Real IP is easy nowadays, just call any ISP and ask for a Dedicated Connection (not shared) with Real IP. I am currently paying U-Turn 2k for the dedicated connection with 5Mbps speed.

    Static IP does not always mean Real IP. Static IP can be local, but Real IP is always public.
    If your Static IP matches the IP in sites like www.whatismyip.com then you have a Real IP, otherwise not.

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    No. That is not a Real IP.

    Real IP only belongs to 1 user at a time. If it is shared, it is no longer "Real".
    In your case, your ISP has the Real IP and they are sharing it with all their users making it non-Real.
    I always use http://www.whatismyip.com/ to check IP address. And it reports my static IP. So, what do you mean by matching my IP in the website?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syeef View Post
    Real IP only belongs to 1 user at a time. If it is shared, it is no longer "Real".
    That's what I knew is called "real IP".

    btw, how do you verify that your IP is not assigned to anyone else (i.e not shared)?
    Last edited by Badhon_raj; December 17th, 2014 at 12:54.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GalibTheGamer View Post
    I always use http://www.whatismyip.com/ to check IP address. And it reports my static IP. So, what do you mean by matching my IP in the website?
    The Static IP in your router, given to you by your ISP... if it matches the IP reported in that site, then you have a Real IP.

    Here is mine:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    btw, how do you verify that your IP is not assigned to anyone else (i.e not shared)?
    No need to verify. If your IP matches in that site and router, nobody else is using it, as you cannot share 1 IP without making sub-IPs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Syeef View Post
    No need to verify. If your IP matches in that site and router, nobody else is using it, as you cannot share 1 IP without making sub-IPs.
    hmm, yes of course, if local IP = public IP, then the IP is real.
    I was thinking if your public IP is NATed through some router, then it won't be possible to verify that if you are the only one with thatpublic IP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GalibTheGamer View Post
    I always use http://www.whatismyip.com/ to check IP address. And it reports my static IP. So, what do you mean by matching my IP in the website?
    if you don't have a router, you can find your local ip by running this command in cmd,

    ipconfig /all | find /i "IPv4"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    hmm, yes of course, if local IP = public IP, then the IP is real.
    I was thinking if your public IP is NATed through some router, then it won't be possible to verify that if you are the only one with thatpublic IP.

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    if you don't have a router, you can find your local ip by running this command in cmd,

    ipconfig /all | find /i "IPv4"
    Thanks for helping @ Syeef and Badhon_raj. Yeah, my IP ain't real -_-. So, what should I do now? Should I change ISP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GalibTheGamer View Post
    So, what should I do now? Should I change ISP?
    No... like I said, call them and ask for a Dedicated Connection with Real IP. See what happens first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    sorry, I'm confused as what you mean by "real IP"
    My ISP gave me a user ID and a password.
    my IP is static. The pudlic IP doesn't change if I restart the router.
    So is my IP real?

    Note that everyone else I know, who uses this ISP, has this exact same public IP.
    So....I was wrong then. But I've never saw any ISP that has PPPoE/Dial up connection using NAT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syeef View Post
    No... like I said, call them and ask for a Dedicated Connection with Real IP. See what happens first.
    technically, shouldn't a dedicated line cost 2.8k per mbps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    technically, shouldn't a dedicated line cost 2.8k per mbps?
    No, but it can cost up to 5k connection fee because they will need a lot of cable.
    The government price of bandwidth is 2.8k per MB/s, not mbps.

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    wats da benefit of having static ip,
    da more hidden u are more awesome,
    like i browse tor(don ask me Y),
    soo if i have static ip wont it be easier to find me out even wid da tor`s ip mask??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    technically, shouldn't a dedicated line cost 2.8k per mbps?
    It used to.

    but it's cheaper now (to my knowledge)... like I said, I am paying only 2k for 5mbps dedicated line with fiber-optic. Previously I was getting only 1mbps.

    Btw, normally you wont get any local ftp with dedicated connection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Syeef View Post
    It used to.

    but it's cheaper now (to my knowledge)... like I said, I am paying only 2k for 5mbps dedicated line with fiber-optic. Previously I was getting only 1mbps.

    Btw, normally you wont get any local ftp with dedicated connection.
    So, does that mean I won't get BDIX speed from torrent-bd, etc if I use a dedicated connection? :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by GalibTheGamer View Post
    So, does that mean I won't get BDIX speed from torrent-bd, etc if I use a dedicated connection? :/
    Depends on the ISP... previously I used to get but I don't anymore. But chances are you won't. You should ask your ISP if they can give you.

    I use only genuine stuff, so it doesn't matter to me. And this is my current SpeedTest (international server):

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    I mean how much more speed do you really need?
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