Five volunteers needed (EU .... Are you sure that this is really advantageous?

Mark azbigdogs at
Thu Oct 8 23:00:20 CEST 2020

Back in the old days of the internet there was ISP called Primenet (no
longer around) that did give static IPs. I had one at that time. 
Nowadays it seems like only possible with business accounts at at least
with Cox, those are 2-3x the cost of residential ones. So unless you
want to spend the coin you are stuck with the dynamic IPv4 and IPv6

On 10/8/2020 9:00 AM, Robert J. Hansen via Gnupg-users wrote:
>> There isn't much consumer demand for it (most people don't even know 
>> what IPv6 is), so ISPs aren't going to spend time on it unless
>> there's something in it for them.
> Here in the United States, it is generally quite difficult for consumers
> to get -anything- except the bog-standard that their ISP offers.
> Doesn't matter what it is: if it's not part of the bog-standard
> consumer-grade package your only recourse is to upgrade to a
> commercial-grade package.
> There are some exceptions to this rule, but by and large it holds true.
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