There are free services that will take your dynamic ip and make it "static"
in order to run services at your dynamic ip. However, looks like
speakeasy.net is your ISP and they can charge what they want. My web host
provider changed the mx record of my domain for free and my dynamic ip is
"static" via www.no-ip.com which was also free (but I paid for their mail
forwarding feature that saves my mail if and when my server is down).
Quote:> Does anybody else have a static IP with speakeasy.net ?
> We asked them to point the email MX records to our static
> IP address and they said that we have to buy an
> addfitional service with them in order to do that.
> Is that right ?. From hearing what other people say on
> this forum, I always thought it should be free.
> Thanks, Tony