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    quick question about SKY BB ip

    This is a discussion on quick question about SKY BB ip within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; in the process of moving from bulldog to sky BB and i have a question ,whats the average time for ...

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      quick question about SKY BB ip

      in the process of moving from bulldog to sky BB and i have a question ,whats the average time for ips to change using sky broadband max package ? with bulldog it was sometimes days and with BT broadband it can be weeks even if you restart router.


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      Re: quick question about SKY BB ip

      it should be every time you reboot the router...if you need something to keep an IP it might be worth looking into a dynamic dns service...
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