@Liz Checking in on any update from the "Engineers" regarding this issue? We have added a 4th "system" on our LAN that needs to be remotely accessed by IP: lighting control by Lutron RadioRa. That is in addition to our pool-system controller by Pentair (ScreenLogic app), security camera NVR from Clare Vision, and security system from Bay Alarm. All of these systems want an IPv4 external address, or some DDNS equivalent, to remotely access their on-site hardware. Should I be looking for another ISP, or is HughesNet management aware of this shortcoming - and considering a solution? Thanks you!
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@Liz Ditto, any update from the "Engineers" regarding this issue? I am new to this forum, but also have 3 "systems" inside a LAN that need to be remotely accessed by IP (IPv6 I guess, as IPv4 seems impossible via HT2000W). Anyway, these 3 devices include: pool-system controller, security camera NVR, and security system. I'm not sure all of these devices have the ability to change/set their IPv6 address, so I'm hoping that the HT2000W will be able to NAT from some IPv6 (or DDNS IPv6) address to a LAN IPv4 with an associated Port #. From another forum: "There are scenarios where a person may have already deployed a private IPv6 network using ULA space (unique local address; it's equivalent to the RFC1918 private IP space (192.168.x.x etc)). If they didn't want to re-IP their network, they could use NAPT (network address/port translation) to forward requests from the ISP supplied GUA (globally unique address aka public IP) to the ULA network and vice versa."
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