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    Three - External IP Addresses

    Not sure if this is the right place so move if necessary.

    I have a 3 dongle I use on a Vigor 2920n router, the external IP address always seems to be in the 92 range but changes when I connect, does anyone have a list of the full list of externals that 3 use? I know you are assigned a 10 address but I just want to allow access to a certain application from the 3 ranges, still means loads of people could get to it if they know the IP address but its a smaller risk plus its a once every few months the rule will be enabled.

    Have had a look online but nothing sticks out to me. Cheers

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    Why not use a dynamic dns service?

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    I would but my firewall only allows me to put in a single or range of IP's. Not to worry think I have found the answer but also found a workaround now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthewL View Post
    Not sure if this is the right place so move if necessary.

    I have a 3 dongle I use on a Vigor 2920n router, the external IP address always seems to be in the 92 range but changes when I connect, does anyone have a list of the full list of externals that 3 use? I know you are assigned a 10 address but I just want to allow access to a certain application from the 3 ranges, still means loads of people could get to it if they know the IP address but its a smaller risk plus its a once every few months the rule will be enabled.

    Have had a look online but nothing sticks out to me. Cheers



    I most certainly can. The way to do it is find an IP address from three's network, then find the AS number of it and then find all IP ranges associated to that AS number.

    I've done this for you and all the IP ranges can be found here AS21327 Hutchison 3G UK and Ireland Core AS - bgp.he.net

    enjoy

    Dave

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    Thanks Dave.

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