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DynDNS on LTE router with CAA

mbernasocchi
Level 2
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I wanted to access the network behind my LTE router. 

In the normal case, a mobile data connection gets an RFC1918 (private) IP (see https://community.swisscom.ch/t5/Archiv-Internet/Dynamic-DNS-possible-with-Swisscom-quot-Natel-Data-...) like 10.*.*.* .

So I can't have a DynDNS running.

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mbernasocchi
Level 2
2 of 2

I called the hotline and a super nice supporter activated CAA for me (5CHF/month) for all my multi sim.
I tested it with a secondary data-only sim and it worked flawlessly.


I had to change the APN to corporate.swisscom.ch (empty user, empty password), disconnect my router (or just reboot it) and I got a publicly routable IP, which means I can now run my VPN server, DynDNS and all I want...

 

Thanks a lot support 🙂

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mbernasocchi
Level 2
2 of 2

I called the hotline and a super nice supporter activated CAA for me (5CHF/month) for all my multi sim.
I tested it with a secondary data-only sim and it worked flawlessly.


I had to change the APN to corporate.swisscom.ch (empty user, empty password), disconnect my router (or just reboot it) and I got a publicly routable IP, which means I can now run my VPN server, DynDNS and all I want...

 

Thanks a lot support 🙂

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