26-09-2019 09:04 AM
We are considering moving to Vodafone fibre. However, we need more than 1 IP address. Vodafone have suggested that the 4G failover modem (combined with DDNS) would solve this issue, but I have concerns that the 4G network is not available UNLESS the fibre network fails. Is that a fair appraisal? If so, is it possible to add a USB modem to the ultra hub so that a second network is available (as can be done with Draytek Vigor 2760 for instance) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJH2gryuQ10?
26-09-2019 11:54 AM
We have mulitple servers and for testing purposes want to place some within one network and some within another without having to purchase a second fibre connection for the tiny volume of traffic we expect one of those networks to deal with - basically all connections on port 80 or port 25, for instance, need to be directed to one server for one domain and to another for a different domain.
26-09-2019 12:12 PM
26-09-2019 12:18 PM
I disagree with that and it is not what I asked. Because of our particular needs and using dynamic DNS we would not need the second IP to be static (even if we would prefer that). The port forwarding would take place at the router/modem. My question is not if this is possible. My question is if the Vodafone Ultra Hub modem supports the addition of a 4g USB modem as per the example provided (showing the Vigor modem doing just that and not as a failover, but as a secondary, routable connection).
26-09-2019 12:30 PM
26-09-2019 02:54 PM
@mrrosh The HG659b is not a Vodafone modem
21-10-2019 02:24 PM
Hi, as we were unable to get a satisfactory answer on this from someone with access to an Ultra Hub (without ourselves signing up to a two year contract to get a modem to test the solution with), we have gone with another provider.
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