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    Why real ip price is high? What is the difference between ip and real ip? is download speed differs? My isp asked 2000 taka for a 1.5 mbps connection because he said its real ip

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    real ip isnt a big issue and it only cost 500 taka more , the thing is most of the isp uses this as a dedicated connections means optical fiber and real ip combo which makes it so expensive . real ip is no biggies if you arent using paypal or other freelancing stuffs any shared ip will do just fine , the thing is real ip can connect easily peer to peer and if you are a uploader at any torrent sites then it will help you to connect with peers more easily compared to shared ips , i usually upload in TBD and this is what i experienced i got better peer connections in upload and download but the download and upload speed remains the same like shared ips

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    real ip isnt a big issue and it only cost 500 taka more , the thing is most of the isp uses this as a dedicated connections means optical fiber and real ip combo which makes it so expensive . real ip is no biggies if you arent using paypal or other freelancing stuffs any shared ip will do just fine , the thing is real ip can connect easily peer to peer and if you are a uploader at any torrent sites then it will help you to connect with peers more easily compared to shared ips , i usually upload in TBD and this is what i experienced i got better peer connections in upload and download but the download and upload speed remains the same like shared ips
    my english is not that good so if u please tell me what do u mean by "optical fiber and real ip combo which makes it so expensive" and thanks for the great review. But i hear it is require for play game? is it true?

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    +1 for that Gintama avatar gif @sensei

    Also Optical Fibre is the normal cable now people use instead of regular Cat-5(copper) cable. Yes you need real IP to play games very well without it, you'll get packet losses and frequent disconnections i think.

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    Non RFC1918 addresses = 'real' = publicly routable IP addresses.

    This means that there's no ISP NAT box between you and their routers (this is a good thing).

    Granted APNIC has been 'out' of IPs for most ISPs for a long time, so this is getting harder and harder to provide as customer numbers boom. I personally can't wait for proper IPv6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codex View Post
    Non RFC1918 addresses = 'real' = publicly routable IP addresses.

    This means that there's no ISP NAT box between you and their routers (this is a good thing).

    Granted APNIC has been 'out' of IPs for most ISPs for a long time, so this is getting harder and harder to provide as customer numbers boom. I personally can't wait for proper IPv6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Codex View Post
    Non RFC1918 addresses = 'real' = publicly routable IP addresses.

    This means that there's no ISP NAT box between you and their routers (this is a good thing).

    Granted APNIC has been 'out' of IPs for most ISPs for a long time, so this is getting harder and harder to provide as customer numbers boom. I personally can't wait for proper IPv6.

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    মানে হইতেসে optical fiber একটা তার যেইটা দেখতে এইরকম । আর normally আমাদেরকে এইটা দেয়া হয় । optical এর সুবিধা তার টা সহজে নষ্ট হয় না আর cat 5 damage এর possibility বেশী থাকে , এই ছাড়া যা বললাম আর কি optical fiber এর সাথে real ip দেয় isp গুলা যাকে dedicated connection বলে , সোজা কথায় real ip বা static ip তে peer to peer connection shared connection থেকে ভাল থাকে যার কারনে office কিংবা freelancer রা এই connection বেশী use করে যেইটা normal user দের খুব একটা দরকার পরে না

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    real ip isnt a big issue and it only cost 500 taka more , the thing is most of the isp uses this as a dedicated connections means optical fiber and real ip combo which makes it so expensive . real ip is no biggies if you arent using paypal or other freelancing stuffs any shared ip will do just fine , the thing is real ip can connect easily peer to peer and if you are a uploader at any torrent sites then it will help you to connect with peers more easily compared to shared ips , i usually upload in TBD and this is what i experienced i got better peer connections in upload and download but the download and upload speed remains the same like shared ips
    comparing to you and trave's post, you said 'no problem if not using paypal and freelancing stuff' but trave said 'gaming will be in a little bit of trouble.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    comparing to you and trave's post, you said 'no problem if not using paypal and freelancing stuff' but trave said 'gaming will be in a little bit of trouble.'
    i used to play dota 2 without any real ip and didnt face any "huge issues" and even after getting the real ip i didnt see any "huge difference" either way but in lan parties or may be in gameranger or tunngle you need real ip to skip port forwarding issues so depends on what game you are mentioning in case of steam or origin real ip doesn't matter much

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    need real ip to skip port forwarding issues
    That's nothing small by any means. In terms of gaming specific issues, you'll always need to resort to tunneling programs for hosting your own games whereas with real IPs you can do it outright.

    For me the biggest advantage of real IP was direct file sharing with my friends. TBD and stuff made that redundant for media files but I still used to use it often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    That's nothing small by any means. In terms of gaming specific issues, you'll always need to resort to tunneling programs for hosting your own games whereas with real IPs you can do it outright.

    For me the biggest advantage of real IP was direct file sharing with my friends. TBD and stuff made that redundant for media files but I still used to use it often.

    ei jonne e bollam ar ki normal user der to khub akta lage na real ip and steam ar origin e khelle to alada host kora lage na tunngle or gameranger e to khub kom manush e ekhon game khele

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    comparing to you and trave's post, you said 'no problem if not using paypal and freelancing stuff' but trave said 'gaming will be in a little bit of trouble.'
    using paypal isn't that much of an issue either, since all of your IP's will be from same region (dhaka/bangladesh).

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