Does wild blue allow static ip for accessing remote home security applications?

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Joseph Fletcher

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Steve Frederick, Champion

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Not on residential accounts. For a static IP, you would have to have a business account.
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Brad, Viasat Employee

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Yep! Steve is correct, our business accounts are where you'd want to look if you require a persistent IP address for home security.
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JEP

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Joseph - Check into a dynamic DNS service.  This works fine with for remote access to cameras or other "smart" devices in your home.
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Omar Rivera

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I was using remote access cameras with exede with no problem, but since i Change my modem to wireless i can't access, who can help with that? mi Ip 99.197.251.198 and using a dinamic Ip service
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Matt F, Viasat Official Rep

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Please reference the new conversation here: Remote access cameras

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